Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Careful with that transplant...

From Wired.com:

Brain Amoebas. Organ Transplants. Brrr.

Nightmare scenario: New disease arises. It’s rare enough that there aren’t many known patients, and so it isn’t well-studied — and because it isn’t well-studied, there aren’t agreed-upon treatments or accurate tests for it, and there isn’t a good understanding of situations where the infected might pose an unusual risk to others.

Situations, for instance, like organ transplants.

Read the rest at Wired

Glad I don't need any organ transplants...

Friday, June 11, 2010

Thursday, June 3, 2010

THE HORROR

They're... they're... taking pictures... of... CHILDREN!!

Where is the heroic examiner or the manly advocate?

WHY aren't they denouncing this?

Have they abandoned their crusade to protect all children from being photographed?

Why aren't they exposing the Coloradoan as potential child molesters?

It's sad when a community's (self-appointed) heroes fall down on the job.

Friday, April 9, 2010

People Have Had Enough of Fred Phelps

West Virginia Miners Drive Fred Phelps Out of Town

Psycho Fred Phelps and his band of creepy followers descended on West Virginia Thursday to rally against the 25 miners — sinners in their book — who died in the Massey Energy-run coal mine explosion on Monday.

People in Charleston would have none of it and they drove Phelps and his crazy gang out of town:

Ah, finally, an indication that there’s still some sanity left in this country.

(There was a time, not long ago (when I a kid and even a teenager), when the likes of Glenn Beck were seen as pariahs like Phelps.  Heaven help us if someone like Phelps is ever welcomed into the mainstream and given a nationally syndicated radio and television show.)


Filed under: We the People [Say It Ain't So Already]

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

There is Help

I can think of at least one (maybe two) people in Longmont that could use these.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Wrongdoing? NO!! I'm shocked.

Erin Toll placed on leave
Erin Toll, the  director of the Colorado Division of Real Estate, who
recently has been criticized for her handling of an investigation of a
company that employs a state senator as a mortgage broker,  today went
on  leave from the division, sources tell InsideRealEstateNews.com.

read more

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I'm clutching my pearls over here. Really. Just shocked*.

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*not