Brother John’s

July 16, 2008

4 Comments »

  1. John, this is way off topic, but I wanted you to know my health is fine; I didn’t post your, and others, comments at the LMC this week, because all week I have been planning to the last dot, asking my girlfriend Leti to marry me tonight, on her birthday. And she sometimes reads the LMC.
    Bought the ring 3 weeks ago, and I’m a nervous wreck with a gnawing fear of her rejection.

    But other than that, I’m OK? I think.

    Comment by localmalcontent — July 19, 2008 @ 11:51 am | Reply

  2. Glad you like the book, Brother J. I think I will swipe the logo you uploaded – thank you.

    By the way, I don’t always wrap gifts with duct tape. Sometimes I use fishing line. Or gum. Whatever’s handy…

    Comment by kelsi — July 20, 2008 @ 2:12 am | Reply

  3. Browsing the other site and I note you had a birthday?

    Happy Belated Birthday!

    DS

    Comment by Don Smith — October 15, 2008 @ 1:59 am | Reply

  4. Half the people in the U.S. take one or more prescription drugs every day to help them with a health issue. Most of these F.D.A. (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) approved drugs are highly beneficial, with minor side effects. The F.D.A. does its best to evaluate the safety and efficacy of all drugs prior to allowing them to be placed on the market. However, especially in a time where the F.D.A. resources are severely strained due to the huge increase in the prescription drugs being brought to market, some of the drugs are allowed on the market without adequate testing and understanding of their potentially harmful or deadly side effects. Over the past few years, over a dozen extremely popular prescription drugs have been recalled or restricted due to the drugs’ being linked with extremely dangerous or deadly side effects. Among the recent list of recalled or restricted drugs

    Comment by musakarim89 — October 29, 2011 @ 12:41 pm | Reply


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