Maiello: Defeat the Press
Miami Fans Mistakenly Chant "Let's Go Eat" During Playoff Game
Sorry, guys. This is lame, but I am not myself
1. Call accountant to amend tax returns to reflect all the deductions previously not taken to keep tax rate above 14%
Camera UP: View of Signage:
Ten Years From Now Under the Romney/Ryan Dystopian World
Location: A typical doctor's office. Patient (Mr Jones -- around 65ish in age) is seated on an exam table, and his wife is standing by. They are both looking hopefully at the doctor ---
Dr. Smith: Mr Jones, I have evaluated all your XRays and tests, and it looks like you have a small lesion in your lung. I am happy to say that it is the kind of lesion we can take care of very easily with surgery, and I think you have a very good chance for a complete recovery. I just need to see your voucher card before we make these arrangements. [Read more]
I realize this is probably not the place for this, but couldn't find another.
I used to be able to click on this site and my last log-in showed up. Now, every time I click on DagBlog I have to re-log on, and even if I am logged on(as I am now), if I click on a headline, such as Ramona's (which I just did) I am no longer logged in.
Is this fixable? I don't comment as often as I used to, so it is not a huge problem, but it seems to be a glitch that should not be.
Any others with this problem?
One is a narcissistic ball-buster who wears scary makeup and whose hair appears to have been created in a plastic factory. She is a media-loving, cold fish who has a known history of sexual shenanigans, and has a fixation on outward displays of her wealth.
And the other is a pretty cool singer who actually earns her living!
Medicare currently provides reimbursement for medical care to those of us who are 65+ years old. There aren't too many in that group who have never had a health issue, and even fewer who have never had a chronic one (eg: high blood pressure, arthritis, injuries, surgeries, and even cancer etc) --
[insurance companies absolutely LOVE any of those things, because they get to charge more for premiums, or outright deny coverage, based on the fact that they would not be able to charge those unfortunate people enough to make a profit] [Read more]
The link has been taken down, but a link to the audio is below, provided by flower! Thanks for that, flower!
Update: my link worked 5 minutes ago, but I think it keeps crashing.
As someone who could win prizes for the worst pictures in the world, I want to share this one, fairly decent one of me.
Oh, and on a more important front, BRAVO EGYPT!!!! It has been 25 years since I was in Cairo, and I have many miles under my belt, but Egypt was one of the most interesting places I have ever been - in every way.
Back when the Soviet Union was the Soviet Union, a friend of mine went there for a year (1976) as a doctor to accompany a group of American young people (all fluent in Russian) as they went from city to city to show how great America was, and to learn what they could about the USSR. It was a USIA (United States Information Agency) project. The reason he went was because in previous years people had died from such things as appendicitis, and other treatable medical problems. [Read more]