Tuesday, February 01, 2005

National Knee Dislocation Awareness Day

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According the good ol' Bushisms calendar today is the first day of February. There is one very important day in February in which everyone needs to be aware of, and that is National Knee Dislocation Awareness Day. We celebrate this day on February 12, which was the day where I experienced a dislocation myself, in front of a very large crowd of people who then were considered to be my classmates. That day triggered a series of events that forever changed things. So as an act of prevention and of social responsibility to the general public, I have declared February 12 as National Knee Dislocation Awareness Day (NKDAD). The day will be spent walking very slowly, avoid jumping, and for hardcore observers, wearing a knee wrap and/or brace. Also each participate shall inform the public through out the day that it is NKDAD. Remember, watch your step on the 12th! Oh and Valentine's Day is sometime during this month too, but who honestly cares about that holiday?

Today's Exciting But Mundane Activity Jared Did: Setting the date and time on the dorm room's answering machine. It talked back at me!

Bushism: "In other words, I don't think people ought to be compelled to make the decision which they think is best for their family." -Washington, DC; Dec. 11, 2002

Today's Quote from Jared's Roommate, the Nepali named Bishwas: "I don't understand why anyone would do this, you'd get your nuts crushed, they must have a death wish or something." - commenting on the "sport" of bull riding after seeing it on TV


At 10:26 AM, Blogger Steve said...

Your friend Bishwas is very correct on that one. Anyone who rides a bull better wear some supportive and protective gear. That must be one bumpy ride. And that quote by Bush is quite appalling, if he truly meant it in that exact wording.

At 8:26 PM, Blogger bcs said...

Bishwas needs to spend some time in North Dakota on the ranch. Did you tell him about your Uncle Mav.


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