Monday, August 31, 2009

Sorry – no posting for a while…

I broke my collarbone in a bicycle crash.

Fannie and Freddie series to be continued…

32 comments:

babar ganesh said...

this explains a lot. has anyone actually seen JH and PK at the same time?

http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/08/30/going-fishing/

Anonymous said...

Hope you weren't riding on Southern Cross Drive.

All the best for your convalescence.

Tom Lindmark said...

Sorry, dude, but that didn't stop Lance Armstrong!

r said...

oh no ... i hope you get better quickly!

Neil said...

John, get well soon! You will be missed.

The recovery shouldn't be too long if you don't need surgery. If physical therapy is required, follow the regimen diligently and you will be as good as new.

I suffered the same fate six years ago. I didn't see a chain across the road until too late and went over the handlebars.

Neil

lawrence said...

Hope you feel better :-)

Looking forward to your future FnF posts.

Anonymous said...

Ouch, get well soon.

Anonymous said...

Take care and get well soon John! Looking forward to hear from you again.

Oso said...

Thanks for this excellent series.Please get well soon.

Kiwi-Lime Smoothie said...

Ditto, may your recovery be V shaped like that mighty Aussie dollar, John!

Your blog shall be missed.

Morten said...

Ouch ... that gotta hurt!

Get well soon.

doctorpat said...

I wish I could break my collarbone in a bike crash.

Since April, any such incident would probably kill me. So I've got a lovely piece of carbon fibre and aluminium hanging up underneath my house and can't use it.

What I'm trying to say is: look on the bright side.

And having just spent a lot of time in hospital... I find that you have LOTS of time to do blog posts. Well at least I was able to write them out longhand, and type them up later.

Fernando said...

Get well. All the best.

Anonymous said...

Get well soon

Martin said...

Get well soon!

Chris said...

Best wishes for a quick recovery.

Anonymous said...

John,

your insight will be missed. I wish you a V-shaped recovery!

Wilfried

Nick at Nite said...

Feel better soon!

Isam Laroui said...

Get better quickly bro!

But What do I Know? said...

Get well soon--I will miss your comments.

non said...

Good luck sir.

Anonymous said...

sorry - i have been there

speedy recovery

Tales of a Starbucks Addict said...

Get Well Soon!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to read that but happy to know you are a cyclist.
All the best for a prompt recovery Raph

Paul W said...

Good luck on the recovery.

Don said...

Get well soon. Here's hoping that you have a refuah shlema.

Don the libertarian Democrat

Anonymous said...

John, hope you get well soon. Thanks for all the brilliant posting thus far including of couse the latest on FNM/FRE pfds.

Best.

Anonymous said...

John, get well soon...

Linda P. said...

John,

Get well soon. I did the same thing skiing in 1982. Let us know how your hospital/medical treatments go, really enjoyed your entry on the Australian healthcare system!

Anonymous said...

You broke your collar bone and so are not posting for a while?

What, are you still in the queue?

We've got some really good orthopedists here in the U.S. If you want, I can hook you up with a specialist in NYC.

Sorry for this tease and more sorry for your misfortune.

Here's to a speedy recovery.

I enjoy your blog and look forward to your future posts which are both educational and enjoyable.

Tom

Claire said...

Oh, noes! Get well soon, John.

stranger said...

joo

your treatment has a time ?!

becouse Aussie's Nursing and Hospital Beds are inadequate !?

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