- It turns out that Paul Brown is not God, the two minute warning was a fraud.
- Mom wants her $95,000 back.
I paid for two engineering degrees and you can’t even get it right if the Large Hadron Collider, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) with the intention of testing various predictions of high-energy physics, including the existence of the hypothesized Higgs boson and of the large family of new particles predicted by supersymmetry backfires and creates a black hole that ends all life as we know it in an instant! Sheesh. Now let me see Pearlsky on Skype.
The check’s in the mail, mom.
- A friend sent me two non-working laptops and was hoping I could get them going. I spent about $100 in parts, five hours in time, and it was based on several engineering degrees which cost over $100,000. What do I charge her? She won’t even gift me her next child … 🙁 but, alas, she makes a mean tuna casserole.
- Wheelchair update! Remember, we have had three wheelchairs in about three months. This Friday we are getting wheelchair number four. And not just delivered by the Rehabilitation Technology Supplier (RTS) who works for the Durable Medical Equipment company (the middle man), oh no, this chair will be delivered personally, by a senior management type from the actual wheelchair manufacturer, Sunrise Medical!
This is what I need you to do. Think about what you would ask the senior management of one of the largest wheelchair manufacturers if he was in your living room. Do not put it in the comments, please send me a private email.
(See the new Poll of the Day on the right, and feel free to suggest others.)
I think I love your Mom. Too.
I’ll be thinking.
Good investment Mom, can you lend a enough for my own.
Tuna casserole beats cash in my book.
Truly, good luck on the wheel chair.
Email to follow.
My daughter is living a fuller life in the residential placement (since age 16) and now her mother and I each have a life and can give her the attention she deserves when we are with her.