Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Random Thoughts


Bill Belichick is a weasel.
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Miracles can happen.

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Don't fret, I'll be back. Now that I know that Migraines are the new Fibromyalgia, my life has meaning again.

10 comments:

Christine-Megan said...

The Bills are my team and I'm happily amazed ;)

One of my classmates works at that hospital in the ICU and has had the hardest time not violating HIPPA this week.

Cinnkitty said...

I was *soooo* glad to finally hear some good news from this awful injury.

Is it just me or were there a TON of "career ending" or at least "setting back" injuries on opening week? Heck, I lost both Eli Manning AND Brandon Jacobs from my team in their first game!! WTH???

Anonymous said...

It's HIPAA not HIPPA.

Amy said...

Hey now! Watch it with the nasty talk! We New Engladers don't take too kindly to those who would disparage our beloved Pats!

:)

Jon said...

"Migraines are new fibromyalgia?" Wow. Guess you and scalpel are best buds. Since he's blogged about karma, may it treat you justly.

MonkeyGirl said...

Anonymous Profile Not Available Person With The Highly Common Name of Jon:

I totally believe in the karma thing. I was evil in a previous life, and my punishment is to put up with asshats like you in this one.

Go. Away.

CrankyProf said...

No, no. Migraines are the new Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or environmental allergies.

Assmillinery abounds in the blogosphere lately. Come back, Obi-wan Monkeygirl -- we can't man the ramparts of snark without you.

ERnursey said...

"Anonymous Profile Not Available Person With The Highly Common Name of Jon:"

Whoo hahahaaha, gasp, hahahahaha,snort!

Nurse K said...

If you say "migraine" "fibromyalgia" and "karma" in the same comment, you're officially a douche.

Abigail said...

People in real pain have as much contempt for the fakers as you do. It's a shame such conversations have to degnerate so badly. We are, after all, on the same side. The real patients have a great deal of respect and appreciation for medical professionals.

Abi