This from an RN on Twitter, seems like sound advice. Don’t know that I need it, but you never know and I will be seventy-six next week—albeit with no underlying illnesses:
“Things you should *actually* buy ahead of time (Erm, not sure what the obsession with toilet paper is?): Kleenex, Acetaminophen (Tylenol) in 350 mg tablets, Ibuprofen (Advil) in 200 mg tablets, Mucinex, Robitussin or DayQuil/NyQuil, whatever your cough medicine of choice is.”
And for self-treatment advice:
“For symptom management, use the meds I mentioned. For a fever over 101, alternate Tylenol and Advil so you’re taking a dose of one or the other every 3 hours. Use both cough suppressants and expectorants (most cough meds have both). Drink a ton, hydrate hydrate. Rest lots.”
No ER visit unless none of this works.
Via SmashingTeaCups on Twitter
At the Hamas account. Victims of this celebrated terrorist. Disgraceful, Twitter, simply disgraceful. While you ban conservatives for simply criticizing Muslims.
Already? I figured she’d wait until Wednesday before bailing.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Brett is dipping water from the lowering well:
“Does Kavanaugh have the votes? He’s short right now.” His Fox appearance (with wife in tow) suggests that he knows it, too.
UPDATE: Whether Christine Fraud bails or not, this new gang rape accusation will seal the deal on Kavanaugh. He’s toast.
Via Jenn Imperato on Twitter
What the NYTimes reported existing on Jan. 20, it now reports never existed—weird, huh? (Photo via Arthur Schwartz on Twitter.)
Certainly looks accurate to me. I can’t stand these trendy time-wasters.
Via The Demotivators.
UPDATE: Facebook, alone, could cost you money and reputation.
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