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Sport L.A. Times columnist Bill Plaschke details his battle with COVID-19: “I have been scared out of my mind.”

03:25  13 august  2020
03:25  13 august  2020 Source:   awfulannouncing.com

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Also, I have had bowel problems since I was born. I have always went poop every 3-4 days and my BM's have always been really large. I am just looking for some advice to what this could be and some people to talk to because I have been scared out of my mind for the past year that it is colon cancer.

There have been many sports media members who have faced tough battles with the COVID-19 coronavirus, and the latest one to go public there is long-time Los Angeles Times columnist Bill Plaschke. The 61-year-old Plaschke, who’s written for the Times since 1987 and has also regularly appeared on ESPN’s Around The Horn, discussed his ordeal with the disease in a column published Wednesday. Here are some key excerpts from that:

Bill Plaschke wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera © Provided by Awful Announcing Bill Plaschke

My temperature hovered in the upper reaches of 102. It felt like my head was on fire. One night I sweated through five shirts. I shook so much from the chills I thought I chipped a tooth. My chest felt like LeBron James was sitting on it. My fatigue made it feel as if I was dressed in the chains of Jacob Marley’s ghost. I coughed so hard it felt like I broke a rib.

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I dont know about mind speak but I have been scared out of my mind a few times for no apparent reason while out walking. Going back to the original post, All the info Flagstaffer laid out is suspect at best. I agree that the whole article reads like channeled material.

I have been scared out of my mind about this happening especially with all the natural disasters. I truly believe if these volcanoes and super volcanoes erupt it will be the end for us. This video touched on the indonesian island of Bali being evacuated due to a possible eruption of Mount Agung.

I would fall asleep in a chair and wake up terrified from a hallucinatory dream where I was chased through a playground by old women with giant heads. During phone calls I would get confused and just stop talking. I would begin crying for no reason. I lost my sense of taste, smell, and five pounds in the first four days.

Plaschke writes that he picked up the disease near the end of July, tested positive days later, battled symptoms for a week, and is now quarantining while he recovers. He said he believes he contracted COVID-19 by relaxing his guard and having two socially-distanced outdoor meals (allowed under California regulations at the time) with friends late last month, following months where he didn’t go anywhere or do anything. And he writes that the mental toll of worrying about it has been tough as well:

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Two days ago i was accepted into Arizona State University A creative writing Major . For months I have been scared out of my mind . All my life i have held some comfort in knowing where i was going that one year latter i would be here or there.

The kids father and I are having a rough patch and he has kicked us out. ( he blames me for some things regarding his other 2 kids) Anyways my daughter and i had to move to another town to live with some friends and i have been scared out of my mind .

Nobody tells you about the dread. From the moment my doctor phoned me with the test results, to the moment I am writing this column, I have been scared out of my mind.

…Once you realize you have a virus that could kill you and there’s nothing anybody can do about it, you live in constant fear.

Our thoughts go out to Plaschke as he recovers.

[The Los Angeles Times]

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