At any rate, now knowing that my arm is broken, I figured I probably should see that doctor, so I went up there early to make sure that I could get in to see him and make it to class, and guess what? The doctor was late. Excellent. So, I had to leave to make it to class (which I normally wouldn't have minded skipping, but it was a final) and I asked some nurses about what I should do, and they didn't seem concerned. The conversation went down something like this:
Cliff: So, I can't see a doctor right now, but, my arm is broken, is there something I should do about that?
Nurse: I don't know, does it hurt you much?
Cliff: A little.
Nurse: Well, uh, do you want some kind of support for it, like a sling?
Cliff: That would probably be good. (Thinking, "I don't know! You're the one with the medical training, you tell me!"
Anyway, so now I have sling, and I wear it most of the time, though I have to take it off to do things like type, play the guitar, do my job, and play Starcraft. Aside from that, though, I generally leave it on, and it's a huge relief to take it off. In the mean time, I think my arm is probably up to about 50% combat readiness (at least) but I haven't really tested it, now I know that the bone is broken, I figure I should be careful with it. That being said, I make an end.