There’s no Memes That Made Me Laugh post this week, as my travels precluded gathering them from here and there as I normally do. The regular Memes post will return next Monday. Let’s start out the week with a smile. Task & Purpose is a military-oriented Web site that often has useful, interesting articles. … Continue reading Picking up the pieces of our daily routine
I’m profoundly conflicted, as a human being and as a Christian, by this news from the medical front. With little attention or debate, transplant surgeons across the country are experimenting with a kind of partial resurrection: They’re allowing terminal patients to die, then restarting their hearts while clamping off blood flow to their brains.… Continue reading This sounds suspiciously close to deliberate medical murder
Looks like Ireland is still crazy. Doctors in Ireland had to remove 50 AA and other “cylindrical” batteries from the body of a 66-year-old woman who had swallowed them all on purpose, a recent article in the Irish Medical Journal says. When doctors at St. Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin first examined the woman,… Continue reading I guess that’s one way for doctors to stay current…
That’s the question put by an anonymous reader to Damon Young’s advice column in the Washington Post. Hi Damon: My best friend is an antivaxxer (not only covid, all the vaccines). His wife is, too. They have a 9-month-old baby and they haven’t vaccinated him. I babysit for them every other weekend. Should I… Continue reading “Should I get my anti-vax friends’ baby vaccinated without telling them?”
Divemedic has many years of experience working in the US hospital system. He offers this insight about what’s going on now in his Florida hospital. I’ve confirmed that much the same thing is happening in some hospitals in Texas, Tennessee and Colorado, because I have contacts in all of them. We have been short… Continue reading A sobering inside look at our US hospital system
That’s what Gates Of Vienna calls “Omnicide”: the growing evidence of a deliberately planned, genocidal population reduction through disease, war, food and energy shortages, and other means. More than a year ago I wrote about something that had become increasingly obvious: both the Wuhan Coronavirus and the “vaccine” that ostensibly protected recipients from the… Continue reading A deliberate plan to cull the human population?
In all our talk about the current food crisis and preparing for hard times, I’ve neglected to mention one aspect that’s particularly important: personal and household hygiene. An old buddy from Africa reminded me about that during an e-mail exchange today. It’s important enough a topic that I figured I’d best address it right… Continue reading A reminder from an African war comrade: emergency hygiene
I had to smile at this utterly sweet video of a vision-impaired baby being fitted with corrective lenses, and seeing his mother and father clearly for the very first time. Click the image below to be taken to the video clip on Twitter. Too cute for words! It’s nice to come across something happy… Continue reading Your feel-good moment of the day
When a bunch of leftist politicians say the same thing in almost identical words/expressions, all popping up at the same time, you can bet your boots you’re being conned. That applies to any political agenda, but to COVID-19 in particular, as Nick Cole points out. Click the image for a larger view. If that… Continue reading Ever get the feeling we’re being manipulated, and taken for fools?
Former doctor Donald Stewart studied all the way to graduation as an M.D., then fled the medical field to become an artist. He wrote about his journey in an amusing and interesting account titled “Past Medical History“. I’ve chosen an early chapter from the book, wherein the author describes early, faltering attempts at art in… Continue reading Saturday Snippet: Early artistic tribulations