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Jobbing Doctor has drawn attention to this article of David Colquhoun about the new "College of Medicine", the latest attempt of our future King to infiltrate proper medicine with his looney friends and ideas. One particularly looney friend is Dr Michael Dixon and Prof Colquhoun draws attention to some of the absurd "treatments" Dr Dixon subjects his unfortunate patients to. One of these treatments is "Frequencies of Brilliance". This abbreviates to FOB, which is coincidentally also an abbreviation for the Faecal Occult Blood test. This is quite an appropriate coincidence as Frequencies of Brilliance, like all of Dr Dixon's treatments is bloody shite. Nothing like the effort required to actually remove the old one. I was bothered because a quick look under the dashboard made it quite obvious that whoever had written the manual hadn't performed this task - well not without a dashboard in place that's for sure. Biggest lesson learned this week was not directly running related. But I learned some good lessons from this, and so I'm sharing, so others know to take these symptoms very seriously. If they rip, then I clean them really carefully with rubbing alcohol. My toe hurt some during the run, and more and more as the day went on. The toe also started to swell, and the inside of my right foot got red.
I also noted that my right inner thigh had some very distinct sore spots – I decided these were probably muscle knots, and made a note to get back in for another sports massage.
That evening, I noted a pale red streak on the top of my right foot, and the toe started to REALLY hurt.It really isn't anything all that amazing, excepting that it is maybe the most versatile bike I have in the stable. It hauls about anything I've a mind to try to strap to it, but that's not really what makes it so useful for me. It is perhaps the only bike, aside from my rat-rod fixie Raleigh, that I would leave unlocked anywhere around here.
The thing is too ungainly, ugly, and weird for most folks here, so it provides me with an easy solution to just hop on and go down and get some milk, a pint of beer, or whatever.I don't hardly ever wear a helmet when I ride it, so no special head gear required. It's got some minimalistic tail lights and a head light, so I can go out at night anytime I want to run and do something quick. So why would I want to change that? Oh. Hello! Here's another little Christmas card that I have made. I wanted to make a Partly Cloudy snowing card, so I used some asterisks from a Making Memories alpha set to make the snow. I heat embossed the Partly Cloudy cloud with white embossing powder, so I used StazOn to stamp the smiley so that it wouldn't smear!I am going to post the winner of the Pixiepetals giveaway and the resubscribe giveaway tomorrow because I am still not feeling well. I'm finally caught up again on my Civil War BOM blocks. A bit behind in several of my ongoing projects - it felt good to check this one off my list. I'm working my way downward in block scale right now. :D every Quilt tells a story. ". March right on in sit right down…but the snow is still here and the temperatures are still sub zero. Back at home the Downy Woodpeckers were busy and this little male didn’t care how close I got to him. I am always relieved when my part is done. Good news I am going to be a Great Auntie again. four times. That means my baby brother will finally get two grandkids and my other baby brother will add two more to his eight grands for a nice round number of ten! We finally made it to the graveyards yesterday. Our weather is cool and rainy which is normal Memorial Day Weekend weather for us. I slept most of the day. Far Guy took my place at work for two hours so I could go see the Doctor again last Friday. I have coughed so much that they thought I broke some ribs. luckily the x ray was normal. The explanation is some great big long word…that means ribs so sore it hurts when you breathe or move and the pain is excruciating when you cough. The Grovers, sitting in third place in the SCL-North division, made it interesting after getting a couple runs back in the top of the fourth. m. against second-place New Munich. m. The water from the heavy rains is finally receding. This is the Breitbach corner. I have known it as the Breitbach corner ever since I can remember. Their Granddaughter lives there now. it will probably never be called by her husbands name. Precision guided munitions make that part of the job a whole lot easier.
Free fall ballistic drops are a tougher task, but seldom done with modern aircraft.But when you've got troops on the ground that you are supporting and the line of contact is fluid then a lot more enters the equation. Second Friendly Fire Incident for NATO Friendly fire is always on the table and it isn't restricted to only airplanes. Artillery, rotary-wing assets, direct fire weapons like tanks, anti-aircraft weapons and even simple infantry fire can cause fratricides. A U. S. Here's some video of the medevac operation at sea. I know - I haven't been posting a lot recently, have I? I guess I have some catching up to do. Almost a month ago, I was hit with bad bronchitis - in a day. I often get bronchitis because I have asthma and it usually creeps in behind some kind of dust storm or humidity front. The weather in Kuwait has NOT been the best this summer.
Extreme temperatures and a lot of dust.No humidity, though. I was on Arifjan the day it hit me. In the middle of a huge project we are doing - at THE most critical period. I've been working towards this project implementation since November. and I was stuck in bed. If you're looking for the list of instructors from Knit Camp, it can be found here. Or at least wound up in jail for assault. Anyway. I got started on the batt. Usually I get the single wound on the bobbin a little more evenly, but yesterday I was going "Buh huh huh, I'm spinning, oooh, lookie, color progression. " Since it's been three months, my hands are sore. And my calluses had disappeared, so there's a raw spot on my index finger where I run the single over it on the way to the bobbin. But I don't care. It was lovely, and I'm gonna do it again today.
Also, I finished one sock.Crap. No one likes to get sued. John Boehner believes that the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial bodies should be equivalent in power, and so if the legislative body isn't doing anything, the executive shouldn't be doing anything either. It's a sound argument, although it might not stand up to the defense witness, John Boehner, who also accuses Obama of napping on the job. Specifically, what John Boehner is accusing Obama of is going off on his own and trying to delay implementation of a part of the Affordable Care Act that John Boehner does not like, because thwarting the Affordable Care Act is Congress's business, not the President's. My parents were getting caught up in the energy that hiking had created in our family! It was a brisk Fall day, but we decided to take a short hike together. We decided on Mt Katherine in Sandwich. There were a lot of fallen leaves on the trail, but we took it slow and had no issues. I would say this isn't a very popular summit, especially considering the parking is primarily used for Whiteface and Passconaway, but we enjoyed our afternoon all the same topped off with some silly selfies at the summit. I am thrilled that my kids get to create some wonderful memories with their grandparents. Hoya Hasseltii , noen av mine Hoya som jag har fått som avleggere har takk og pris kommit med navneskilt! Denne blomstret sein høst. Hoya Hasseltii, some of my Hoyas, giving to me as small plants, arrived in my house together with a label! Hasseltii showed itself in this beauty late Autumn. For more blooming Friday, go visit Katarina’s. Mother Nature has been wielding a heavy hand the past couple of years,and many people are suffering. Although there is only so much we are able to do to protect ourselves fromoccurrences beyond our control, we are not helpless. We can prepare as much as possible.
I have had this discussion numerous times with friendsand find my nagging advice is rarely heeded.So. A remote control zombie. A "Christmas Story" Snuggie. And, from me to me, a replica U-Boat Captain's hat. I always love Alison's "Favorites on the First" parties over at her fabulous blog, The Polohouse. While I don't always have something to contribute, I do enjoy viewing what other bloggers have posted. This month, I can join the party! The theme is: "My Favorite Chair". I actually chose two. I chose one for being pretty and the other one for sentimental value. Starting with the pretty one: My Pottery Barn Seagrass Wingchairs! I don't sit in them all the time but I love the way they look in a room! I used to keep the Seagrass Chairs in the conservatory where the pool table is located. Seagrass always makes me think of the islands. Isn't it great to see our MPs treating our money with respect. Knocked over by last night's winds, this is apparently the third time that it's fallen over since its arrival at the weekend.
I hear grumbles that this year the tree was put up by new contractors who may have been a little bit cheaper to hire than their predecessors.Dozens of MPs refusing to pay back expenses to Sir Thomas Legg. It's funny how growing up I hated plain white walls, and now I love it. I took a picture, but it did not turn out too well due to lighting. Here it is - my blank canvas. I have so many ideas swirling around in my head about what to add to this room to pull the white together, this is definitely a work in progress!The before:I also needed to do something with the guest bathroom. I didn't love having a shower curtain in there since it cut out the natural light, so when I saw these curtains in the new Ikea catalog, I knew they would be perfect!We get so much natural light in this bathroom, and it pours into our hallway, so these curtains work perfectly. While not moving as the rocker or swing- the chair of wicker seems to be well suited for a Summer Idyll. Behold the child, by Nature's kindly law pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw. but- this from a HA associate-" That garden shot of Hardy Amies looks very like his garden in Oxfordshire. Editorial: Our Opinion - TimesDispatch. “Every self-respecting climate scientist that I knew that read it agreed, this was appalling,’’ Mann said. Lubben said a general lack of scientific understanding and the underlying uncertainty about climate effects may be an issue, too. How is that possible, the public may wonder, he said. Developers ditch disputed Goodhue County wind farm project - PostBulletin. Some useful information to consider:Names in Cell PhonesSomething to think about & maybe make a change?????!!!!! Be careful how you list names on your cell phone! This lady has changed her habit of how she lists her names on her mobile phone after her handbag was stolen. Her handbag which contained her mobile, credit card, purse. etc. Hisse et Oh. Before you dive in it helps to know a few things. I told him he was lucky he lost because the pan in question was worth much less than that. Cast iron is heavy and often bulky so it can be expensive to ship. It is also brittle and may not survive the transit unless it is well packed so definitely get the package insured. If the seller does not offer insurance pass on the item no matter how great a deal you think you might get. Packaging is also critical. Washington, D. C. My interlocutor goes by the handle Cletus Van Damme. I want everyone to see how this individual’s method of argumentation works. Keep in mind that you started off by saying that Roman Catholicism agrees with this statement: “if you rely on works of the law you are under a curse, because they have to be perfect. ” Where is perfection found in Roman Catholicism? Maybe at the moment of baptism. "Ali vs. A cache of rarely-used hurricanes tucked under a skirted table. The cable remotes safely hidden in a decorative box on the coffee table. Like these. A beautiful Mahogany Playing Card Box. This was the day that Julius Caesar was assassinated. This is also the day the US government will hit its debt ceiling. Exactly what will happen is not clear but certainly the last half of March will see many world changes, multiple sources agree. .