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Friday, October 14, 2005


Just came back from a "Katie Couric." Everything's great. The drugs were cool. But I'm hungry.

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After mine I told the doctor, "This has been a very meaningful experience but I think I still want to see other doctors."

Been there. I can't believe that I never blogged the "prep" for the event. On second thought, it's just too ugly.

At my former firm, when the managing partner had one on the schedule, there was a sign-up list for volunteers to perform the procedure.

You know, in Italy they call these things 'inuendos'...

Just had a steak dinner. Food never tasted so good. Can't wait to fire up the red wine tomorrow night. Life is good.

I debut with Ms. Couric next month. Can't wait. I was sure to schedule it very early in the morning, so I wouldn't go too long without food.

I was disappointed...I was hoping when they did Katies' they would be able to remove her head.

Alas, there are some things medicine can't do.

You'll love the sedative. As for the day before, I hear you can have Haagen Daas mango sorbet. You ought to verify if that's true, and if it is, pick up a pint or two.

If you ever have the misfortune of enduring a barium enema, you'll discover (or realize) that Katie Couric is really easy.

Yuck. That's even worse than 12 years of the Bushes running the country. (But not much worse.)

A decade or so ago I had to have a bronchoscopy. As I was coming back around from the twilight drugs I saw a horrible image on the computer monitor. "Oh my God," I declared, "is that my lung?." "No," the nurse replied, "that's the last guy's colon. We just hadn't cleared the screen yet."

Your ego must be pretty large to think we care about this, Jack.

Hmmm, let's see... You came here, read it, and then commented on it...

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