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February 06, 2015


An unusual finding during screening colonoscopy: a cockroach!

(Thanks to Jeffrey Brown)


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I'm wondering if the depression was part of the total picture.

When someone in a meeting yesterday said they had searched a pesticide database, I asked "Is it still kind of buggy?" and had two pens thrown at me.

Yes, it was located close to the waterbug and not far from the maggot who was looked a lot like Jeff Goldblum.


Merely ... ICK!!!

pass the bottle, uncle omar.

didn't brian williams find this ?

Gaahhh. I think I'd rather not be told if they find that...

I really didn't want to eat EVER AGAIN!

Clearly she didn't drink enough movi-prep.

NMUA ~ I was in a meeting where they were discussing why lights in the warehouse were falling to the ground (very dangerous). Someone asked, "Has anyone figured out why they are falling?" So I said "Yes. Gravity."

No one (outside this blog) appreciates a sense of humor these days. :)

Gravity is our ENEMY!

(Step on a scale, then tell me y'all don't agree ...)

Yeah, one of the larger problems in modern society is a lack of a sense of humor ... Life Its Ownself is s'posed to be FUN!)

*Sends mud' some Single Malt ... merely fer sippin' ...*

Usually when the light comes on, they run back under the appendix.

Here's a nice song about the procedure.

And another by Peter Yarrow

i feel sorry for that poor roach
what a way to go, boss
but maybe he'll be reincarnated
as a proctologist

Their loss, Mrs. Flukey, their loss. ^5


Did it have a nice personality?

I'm sorry .. was that your Auntie ?

"...morphologic findings were most consistent with the nymph form of Blattella germanica...."

And a $500 bill from the pathologist.

Roaches are supposed to be one of the few creatures that can survive a nuclear holocaust, so this one's in training.

By the way, here's Dave's reflections on this endearing procedure from back in the day: http://www.miamiherald.com/living/liv-columns-blogs/dave-barry/article1928847.html

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