Teh Squeaky Wheel
Cats. Even when undead, they can’t deny their true nature.
Happy Saturday, GN.
And thank you again, Mac, for providing the threads.
Happy Caturday, GN!
Brenda had a “heavy duty” chemo yesterday and was up all night either reading or binge-viewing. She went to bed about 7:30 this morning; we’ll see how she’s doing when she gets up.
Also had a bit of a snafu re filling a new scrip she was given. I spent about an hour calling around trying to unfark it while BK was being infused, got some very useful info from a pharmacist at a different CVS than our “home” one (which also has a terrific staff), called her back at the doc’s office and we were finally able to get it sorted.
No further developments re HH-A’s stalling BS. Oh well, this is yet another example of what consistently venal filth they’ve been for fourteen months. We’ll see how that plays with the mediator / arbitrator…if we can ever get them into the damned process.
Must take a real commitment to create cat vampires, seeing as how kittehs have nine lives. 😉
Glad you can take some time off from work finally; that had to have sucked.
Sorry that you work for incompetent morons.
Happy blood-sucking Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Sven, and Fatwa!
Fatwa -- glad you got the prescription snafu unfarked. Things are already stressful enough -- you don’t need that added to your list. I hope Brenda does well after her heavy duty chemo session.
Hi, Fatwa, and Paddy -- hope your days went well. Hope Brenda is doing OK this evening.
Watched a western last night: Hostiles. Came out about five years ago with Christian Bale as an Indian fighter at the end of his career who gets assigned to return a dying Indian chief to his ancestral home in Montana from New Mexico. A good movie, but a bit too long. Good character development. If you are looking for something to watch, you could do much worse than Hostiles.
Some good news from my friend in Washington -- the one that had a stroke back in April. He’s still blind in one eye, but he got some work done on what had been his bad eye all his life and he’s able to see well enough to read and get around. Needs to get a stent in 6 weeks or so, but he’s recovered much better than was feared.
That’s good news, Sven. Thanks for sharing.
Watching Tim Pool tonight — good guests in Jack Posobiec — but I’m still not buying that Ian Crossland feller.
Ian fills the same role as Adam Krigler did in the early days of the show: Sort of the public school puppy trying to overcome his Marxist brainwashing.
Only Adam had an interesting reaction to always being corrected and countered by Tim. Adam did his own research (presumably, in order to better stand up to Tim) but ended up red pilling himself as a result of his own research. He now has his own podcast which gets some pretty decent numbers, and is very interesting.