Sarah to Larry: I want to be angry, but I can’t be … they were LEARNING!
Miniwheat with almond liquid, microwaved drools.
Glares at Greg in Klingon Look you old fart, tomorrow is the 19th anniversary of my 19th birthday … I’m not old … YOU ARE!!! :P (this one actually made me LOL in the school library … )
ONE that has is my fav… “PEBCAK”
I have to wonder about people who think Fox News is “real” … this is the SAME station that pays for shows like … The Simpsons … Family Guy … American Dad … Futurama … LoL
We don’t LOOK like zebra’s… no. What it is, is our way of telling the medical world to stop, and look behind them, and don’t ASSUME it’s a horse.
as a person with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome … I am gonna educate you now. :DPeople with the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and hypermobile spectrum disorders (HSD) often identify themselves as zebras.
Medical students have been taught for decades that, “When you hear hoofbeats behind you, don’t expect to see a zebra.” In other words, look for the more common and usual, not the surprising, diagnosis.
But many of us spend years pursuing a diagnosis for disorders that aren’t well known. Or aren’t expected in someone who looks normal, or is too young to have so many problems, or too old. Or even, what we might have is considered too rare for anybody to be diagnosed with it.
So the zebra became our symbol to mean, “Sometimes when you hear hoofbeats, it really is a zebra.” Ehlers-Danlos syndromes are unexpected because they’re rare. Hypermobile spectrum disorders are common, but are unexpected because they remain misdiagnosed or under-diagnosedSource: https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/why-the-zebra/.
Is that those white guys from that sci-fi movie from a long time ago?
If they shot at Star Trek red shirts, the red shirts would STILL die! LOL
Maybe Garfield can give him a cat scan?
There is an amazingly well done app on Google Play that very very closely emulates the Tricorder.Sadly … the Smartphone is more akin to the Communicator.