Not Iraq. Not Afghanistan. The one going on in the Comments section of this blog. Grow up guys. you are all dumping on one woman. Does it take all of you to prove one female wrong?
Talk politics, issues, etc. Not the crap that seems to have taken over.
It makes me wonder. Those commenting about real issues provide some great reads. Really. I am impressed with the quality of most of the comments. The give and take terrific…..re real issues. Keep it up and walk away from Diana.
I appreciate Diana is hard to take on occasion. So are some of you guys.
I like Diana. Consider her a friend. Difficult though she may be. When she is off and running, I look the other way and do not hear.
She has been in Key West 3 weeks. Leaves tuesday. She has rented a condo for a year so will be back and forth.
In three weeks, I have been with her two times. For dinner each time. The first night she arrived and last night. Both evenings enjoyable.
Diana easily makes friends. Don’t laugh. Obvious when she makes friends. People open up to her immediately.
Diana is an outstanding researcher, developer of the facts. She has given me a hand on a couple of things. She knows how to dig.
What amazes me is Diana is not sharp tongued. Though she does come over that way in her comments. She is soft spoken. Amazing the difference between reading her and speaking with her.
Drinks first last night at Louie’s Backyard. Diana does not drink. A cheap date in that regard. Stopped afterwards at VFW for a sandwich. Diana does not eat. A shrimp cocktail. A cheap date foodwise, also.
By the way, Diana does not require me to defend her. She is capable of doing such very well on her own. As some of you have already discovered.
I just gave Diana 300 words. Have non-Diana information to share. Must do so swiftly. Tammy’s for a manicure later in the morning.
My lesbian wives Donna and Terri are taking me out to dinner tonight. A fun evening ahead.
I cannot keep up with them. I will go home immediately after dinner. They make an evening of it. Aqua, the Monkey Bar, etc. Till the wee morning hours.
Venezuela continues to go down the tubes. The citizens continue to suffer. Again, I ask why they have not revolted in the past four years.
First out of toilet paper. Then food. Now doctors and medicines.
Thousands of doctors have left. To surrounding countries. Most to small nearby islands. The toilet paper, food, etc. had something to do with it. However, it was the authoritarian government headed by Maduro that motivated them. They are making less money. Feel safe and secure for themselves and their families, however.
In the past year, maternal mortality rose 66 percent. Infant mortality, 30 percent. Malaria, 66 percent. Diphtheria is soaring.
Shortages of insect repellents, vaccinations, and public health funding the primary reasons.
The infant mortality rate is higher than Syria’s for the same period of time. Hard to believe!
In a recent medical malpractice case in Pennsylvania, a jury returned an $870,000 verdict. The patient was to have his right testicle removed. The doctor removed the good left one.
Early in my practice, I was peripherally involved in a similar malpractice case. The patient had cancer in one eye. The eye had to be removed. The doctor removed the good eye.
Terrible! It happens, however. Roughly 2,000 times a year the wrong limb or organ is removed.
Enjoy your day!