Bag of Randomness


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  1. Random guest says:

    CPAP will change your life in a very positive way. I've been using it for 8 years now. If someone told me they were taking my CPAP machine away, I'd tell them they would have to pry it from my cold, dead, lifeless hands. As far as the air coming out of your mouth, you might want to try using a chin strap at first to keep your mouth closed – they're very helpful until you get the hang of it. You will probably hate using the system at first; it can take weeks to get used to it. Don't give up! Also, it's CPAP, not CPAC; it's an acronym for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. Good luck, and enjoy getting better sleep.

    • Geeding says:

      Thanks so much for your thoughts, especially on the chin strap, and I guess I wasn't in the right mind typing CPAC instead of CPAP, I guess politics is always on my mind. 😉

  2. warren says:

    CPAC is something we use in Canada to put us to sleep…it's the Canadian TV station to watch the government in action

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  4. GeedingNation says:

    "America's Worst Charities" I noticed numerous references to "Kids" "Children" and "Cancer". I was listening to an author a few weeks ago talk about the charity industry and one of the facts that stuck with me is that there are tens of thousands of charities with the word "Veteran" in the title. I recently made a contribution to a religious charity that I know to be legitimate and I am sure the money went where it was suppose to, but I was disappointed that within two weeks I was overwhelmed by numerous similar charities sending me requests for money. Four of them called me at my home. I have an unlisted number and am on the Do-Not-Call list.

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