Apr 13th 2011 9:47AM #10--Where is he exactly? Did you military family elites ever think that hsi might be a genuine question of interest to the non-military person asking it. Not genuine simple curiosity but genuine concern. Also stated was that by now everybody should know where Kabul, Anbar Province.....is located. Most Americans can't tell you where New Hampshire and Vermont are. You are military.
We are proud of you and respect what you endure. But that doesn't mean we understand. That's why there are so many stupid and insensitive questions. There are also those of us that believe the US military has not business constantly being the world police and frankly don't care where your loved one is because they shouldn't have ever deployed there in the first place. I can't even begin to imagine what you experience as a result of a loved one being overseas. I know what I felt when my brother was in Viet Nam but I couldn't find Cam Ron Bay on a map, have no idea where
the Thet offensive took place. All I know and knew was that my brother was in serious harms way and prayed that he'd come home in one piece. He came home physically intact but had a psychotic break due to what he witnessed, was required to do and the experiences of death and destruction he was forced to participate in. AFGHANISTAN--Alexander the Great, William the Conqueror, Genghis Kahn, Atilla the Hun were all world conquerers and each and everyone of them
went around and avoided Afghanistan. The Afgahns are a waring people, always have been and always will be. Unless the US commits far more troops and remain there for 1000 years nothing will change. We are there because of politics, global and regional but mostly so our troops can try out their new toys. Iraq--same thing. My son was deployed to both a total of 6 times. I am proud of him for all he has done to keep wars of american soil. I am ashamed of our government feeling they always have to flex their muscle. Need to go back to earlier doctrines. Withdraw within our borders, strenghten our country internally, walk quietly and carry a VERY big stick but remain uninvolved unless there is a direct threat to the US.
Military families: Often they come across as so eliteist. Whether you realize it or not, each and every americam are "family to the military". We share your burden, share your grief when a soldier dies, and yes we do worry about those that are still deployed.
Apr 5th 2011 10:44AM It is noone's business but hers. Who gives a crap if she's drinking shots of Tequila? She is the only one that has to
live with the consequences.
Dec 10th 2010 7:27PM Anyone that tongue wrestles with their pet has a perversion and obviously does not get this desire met by a human. Wake up and see a therapist, a priest, or an intelligent veternarian. I expect those that roll tongue with their pet don't stop there. Ohhhh, I love you Fifi, lick my tongue and I'll lick you all over...then let's see what other orifice I can stick this into. People get a life...find a human.
Apr 2nd 2010 1:06PM To: ChiefEverythingOfficer
Should need additional insigths, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Apr 2nd 2010 12:26PM Regarding comment by Connie. There are hard and fast rules for most diagnosis/condition. It's called "Best Practices" which a body of scientific literature based on the most recent, cutting edge research, statistical data related to procedures (successes and failures) and "Standards of Care" which outlines the critical standards that must be met in order to claim competence in any medical procedure. These doctors, all involved, did not come close to meeting Standard of Care, much less Best Practice. They should not be given a "letter" but should be stripped of their licenses to practice medicine for life. Problem is, if a doctor loses their license in one state there is nothing to stop them from moving to another state and setting up practice. And that's what the butchers do.
Apr 2nd 2010 12:12PM Lindsay. is your last name Lohan? Are you high? You make no sense. What the hell is "cloud burst"? In animals it's still called false pregnancy.
No matter. This was a heinous error. Both doctors should be sued, dismissed from their posts, and the student should be kicked out of med school. Doctors today don't want to heal, they want to get rich as quick as they can. I would bet the non-pregnant patient will be billed for all procedures even though not necessary. The reason health care costs are so high is the need for malpractice insurance for incompetent doctors, insurance for patients like this that needed psychiatric care not surgery and idiots (yes I said IDIOTS) that are allowed to continue their pathological stupidity without consequences. MY doctor diagnosed a patient with kidney cancer, performed surgery and took out the wrong kidney, requiring the removal of the tumorous kidney later. This doctor should been required to personally tansport the kidney patient to and from dialysis for the rest of her life, had his license revoked and been sued.
I am so sick of the incompetent being allowed to carry on. It really is true.....Doctors bury their mistakes.
Mar 30th 2010 9:54PM Finally, a person with a brain. I thank you Ben for one of the very few intelligent comments I have ever read. Salute...Steve
Oct 31st 2009 11:52PM Aren't you quite the genius, and with expansive vocabulary to boot
Aug 26th 2009 12:53PM Get a life.