Unhinged Episode #041: Juicy Juice - Unhinged

Unhinged Episode #041: Juicy Juice

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Unhinged Episode #041: Juicy Juice

Originally, this episode was going to be focused on music and how specific songs affect our moods and emotions. Unfortunately, the battery in Doug’s DBS is running down and this has affected his mood. Since we want to give this music topic the attention and justice it deserves, we decided to postpone that topic until after Doug’s battery is replaced and he’s back in a more positive mood.

In this short episode, we talk about the DBS battery, how Doug checks it, how it’s replaced, and ultimately how important that little piece of tech is for any DBS patient. As it stands, Doug is trying to get an appointment for the surgery as soon as he can, but the doctor that does it is out until the 20th of March, so he might have to wait up to of 3 weeks. We’re hoping the trickle charge lasts until then so he doesn’t fully relapse. Fingers crossed!

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  1. Replybsmntdwllr73 (Avery)
    Doug, I'm sorry to hear about your setback on the road to recovery. Your bravery and valiant determination are a continuous source of inspiration. Moreover, while I have to admit that I was really looking forward to your latest episode focusing on music and the effects it can have on the listener's brain, I'm sure that the wait will be more than worth it in the end!! In the meantime, here is a list of 15 songs (in no particular order!) that are among my never-ending legion of musical favourites: ELO "The Fall" (1980), The Tubes "Love's A Mystery..." (1979), The Cars "Go Away" (1987), Hall and Oates "Wait For Me" (1979), Oliver Nelson "Stolen Moments" (1961), Emerson, Lake and Powell "Touch and Go" (1986), Warren Zevon "Night Time In The Switching Yard" (1978), Judas Priest "Heading Out to the Highway" (1981), Yes "Tempus Fugit", (1980), Iron Maiden "Wasted Years" (1986), Todd Rundgren "Just One Victory" (1973), Genesis "Evidence of Autumn" (1980), Blue Oyster Cult "I Love the Night" (1977), Queen "It's Late" (1977), and finally, Manfred Mann's Earth Band "Blinded By the Light" (1976). An eclectic list to be sure! Happy listening for those who dare!! Avery.

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