Friday, August 25, 2006

Doctor Network

There's not much to tell about this one, not too much information, just a sort of "gettin' back on the horse" sort of episode.

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:12 PM EDT

    Growing up, I always balked at my mothers insistence "When you have your health, you have everything".

    Having something threaten it or take it away, one realizes how loaded that statement is.

    Odd, your mention of fluoride.

    Within this past week there has been an "outing" of a Harvard professor whose study linking fluoride and a rare form of bone cancer in boys has been quite newsworthy.
    Apparently, the powers that be at Harvard have been scratching each others backs while they scramble to cover them on this one.

    The movie...Independence Day.

    This Doncast...fantastic!

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  2. Though I did miss the music, the final clip gave me goosebumps.

    Funny you should have gone into all this now, as lately I've been feeling a growing unease with the world and the goings-on around it. Not that I thought I was alone in that, but I haven't found anyone who's willing to talk about it, as though if we don't mention it, it isn't happening. Scary to think that life is beginning to mimic a Kubrick movie. Why not a John Hughes movie?

    Is there some benefit for you if we subscribe to the doncast? I haven't done it yet because I check for it so often it doesn't seem necessary, but if it helps you out in some way, I'll sign me up.

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  3. No need to sign up if you get it anyway. I guess my feedburner number goes up with the subscriptions, but I don't really see how that matters too much. I have liked watching it slowly climb, but we're talking about tiny, tiny numbers...
    Quality over quantity.

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  4. Did you refer to we loyal supporters as "that element"?

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  5. Elements can be good. Gold is an element. Silver. Make new friends, but keep the old, one is silver and the other gold. That was an old girl scouts song, btw. Very appropriate,no?

    Elementary, my dear Catboy.

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  6. We sang that song in Camp Fire as well, AmySue. We tried using Strontium and Tungsten in place of Silver and Gold, but the song loses something.

    Then again, we also sang a song about the Titanic sinking which would no longer be appropriate to sing...and a song about an Indian Chief. That wouldn't be acceptable now either.

    And yes, this has nothing to do with don's doncast...sorry, man.

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  7. Technical issue over at the asylum: When I hit the "submit" button while posting it took me into "preview" the post and continued to do so each time I hit "submit".

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  8. Are you "quoting"? I guess this is a known issue...I'll try and get it fixed.

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  9. Having to do with nothing previously mentioned on this one- thanks for the monitor suggestion. I really like it.

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  10. you're welcome

    oh wait, that wasn't for me...

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  11. Long weekend, perfect time for a new podcast, don't you think? Hmmm? How about a blog entry? I have to say that even though I enjoy the doncasts, I miss the blog entries.

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  12. I would have to say ditto, but a busy man has little time and little time means choices... yada yada bla bla bla...that sounds like a bad chinese proverb.

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