The Ebola patient that died in Dallas yesterday didn’t seem to have one decent picture of him. It makes me wonder if I’m in such a newsworthy event what kind of picture the media would dig up and attach to the story, or that my family would be willing to provide.
I wonder if the family of the now deceased Ebola patient will sue, considering the hospital first sent him home even after he admitted to being in Africa recently.
I went to the dentist yesterday for a teeth cleaning, which makes me not want to eat anything for the whole day because I don’t want to dirty up my teeth. It’s kind of like when you wash your car and do all you can to try to keep it clean.
I tend to think the dentist asking what prescriptions you’re taking and your past surgery history is a bit overkill for a cleaning.
DaughterGeeding asked me again why we don’t call a toothbrush a teethbrush since we aren’t cleaning just one tooth.
I timed WifeGeeding in the mile. She use to run cross country and before kids ran in a half marathon, but currently she just does boot camp twice a week. I thought she’d make it in under eight minutes, but I was a little off as she clocked in at 8:13.
I had no idea ‘Meet The Press’ has fallen to third place, gosh I do miss Tim Russert and would have loved to see how he would have interviewed Sarah Palin and the Tea Party – NBC considered Jon Stewart for ‘Meet the Press’ – Best line from that article, and anyone that was watched his show would agree “Though not a traditional journalist, Stewart can be a devastatingly effective interrogator.” I’m happy with where’s he’s at. He’s smart and savvy, but overall likes making people laugh and doesn’t want to be taken seriously.
This 29-year-old woman is terminally ill and has moved to Oregon to take advantage of their “death with dignity” law. So come the first of November, she’ll take some pills to end her life. Having seen my father get to the point of no return and then drastically suffer for another two months, I’m all for this. Heck, we are more humane to our dogs than our fellow humans when it comes to suffering and the end of life. I wouldn’t say my support of this means I don’t respect the sanctity of life, if anything, I think this embraces it by making it more dignified, and I only support it when you get to a point of no return and lack functionality.
Here’s the link to the ’30 for 30′ short on the Herschel Walker trade:
It’s funny how much Jimmy Johnson makes it a point that he was in charge of the roster and trades. It’s also crazy how much Tex Schram and the rest of the league underestimated Johnson’s intelligence, so many thought he was just naive.
Johnson tries to be complimentary of Tom Landry by calling him great and then saying his roster was so bad his Miami team would have given them a good battle.
Other than the old farmer/veterinarian on ‘The Walking Dead’ I don’t think I can name another Herschel.
I believe Washington had a bigger trade deal than what Dallas got for Walker, but it goes to show how great Jimmy and his staff was at spotting talent.
Jerry sounds so much different, voice and accent.
In five years the Cowboys traded 51 times, more than all other teams combined.