Here is another salvo in the ongoing fight to educate the public on dysentery and the lives of those who fight it.
- Tim Tebow played his last college football game yesterday, throwing for 482 yards on 31/35 completions. From all accounts the man is a good person, competitive but humble, good values, and grateful for what he has. He cites Bible passages on his eyeblack. It’s going to be a real shame if he gets drafted by the Oakland Raiders.
- One recipe for a good New Year’s Eve house party includes the following ingredients: a warm, brightly-lit house with ample common space and bathroom access; enough alcohol for everybody; snacks, including chocolate; at least two social circles represented, with several key introduction-makers in common; a good sound system; a 3:2 taken-to-single ratio of attendees; a few good friends visiting from out of town.
- With Tiger Woods’s fiasco, LeBron James seems to have taken over the title of Most Marketable Athlete.
- Ciprofloxain works in the following way. It draws a line in the sand with its toe and says, “I dare ya to cross it.” Dysentery crosses it. Ciprofloxain takes a step back, draws a second line, and issues a second challenge. Dysentery steps over that line. This process is repeated, usually 3-4 times, until dysentery steps over the final line and falls off a cliff.
I hope this helps shed some light on the – brb