Monthly Archives: March 2014

Less Is Less

Have you been watching the “March Madness,” college basketball tournament these past couple of weeks? I have. Not every minute, certainly, but plenty. Apparently, I am not alone. In fact, if this email snippet sent to me by my friend Dave, courtesy of his surgeon son is any indication, it’s quite the distraction to many, many people: “[Monday was] the biggest day of the year for male elective surgeries amongst married men. Your recovery provides the excuse needed to lay […] Click to read more…

 

Staying Alive, Staying Alive

A few weeks ago, during my Tuesday night basketball game, somebody fainted. Not feinted, as is usually the case. I mean fainted. As in plop, straight down to the ground, right there in the middle of the court. And so we all rushed over and stood around him, wondering what to do. Listen To This Post Wondering, because out of the 20+ men present, our combined medical knowledge was discouragingly weak. How weak? Let’s just say that in the competition […] Click to read more…