02 September 2011

Probably Worth Knowing or Being Aware Of

I'm not sure, is it true that headlines should not be ended with a preposition? From your friends at MedicalBillingAndCodingCertification.net and via Aggie Catholics. Is it OK to tell Aggie jokes if they are also Catholic?


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3 comments:

Steve said...

LMAO...when you look at it like that, taking the ambulance just seems like going to your death as quickly as possible lol.

Guess that's why I've always been partial to diagnosing and treating myself on everything but the big stuff...herbs are the way to go in my book!

Ken & Carol said...

I suspect the underlying data on some of these are a little suspect. But according to any of Murphy's Laws, we shouldn't be surprised. I think Mel Brooks' famous aphorism applies in hospitals: "Hope for the Best. Expect the Worst. Life is a Play. We're Unrehearsed."

Ken & Carol said...

And now that I remember it, the Precautionary Principle may apply to trips to the hospital too.

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