Rybak blogs about his heart attack

  • Article by: Steve Brandt , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 21, 2014 - 5:37 AM

You can’t keep an ex-mayor down.

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maddyinmplsJan. 20, 14 6:55 PM

Enough already on Rybak and his heart attack. The Star Tribune as already conducted overkill on this story.

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rayk1800Jan. 20, 14 7:53 PM

@maddy. Actually Rybak's story has convinced me to get a full checkup and see if I any issues @ 62. It's not just about Rybak.

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wileyrulesJan. 20, 14 8:43 PM

I had a single angioplasty last April. I felt better immediately, just about a month long bruise and those couple pills a day. Hope yours goes as smoothly, RT.

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jaynedrakeJan. 21, 1412:34 AM

Men, especially, in their 50's, 60's and into their 70's should have a CAT angiogram. Just dye in your arm to highlight your arteries while CAT xrays you. If your insurance doesn't allow that, then it costs about 1200. I had it two and one half years ago-tells you what arteries look like.

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irelandguyJan. 21, 14 8:01 AM

Rybak's shameful conduct in the Vikings stadium debacle should be formally investigated by the City of Minneapolis. He willfully and knowingly violated the referendum requirement in the City of Minneapolis Charter in order to get Zygi Wilf's football stadium subsidized at the expense of Minneapolis taxpayers. Why? Rybak's victims - hundreds of thousands of Minneapolis taxpayers - deserve an answer.

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