Could be a substance called, Platelet Gel. It’s made from a person’s own blood platelets. It’s turned into the gel. It’s used in place of stitches, staples and can hold bone together. Used in surgery quite often. One of my closest friends helped introduce it, and gives lectures about it, to doctors around the country.
May 16, 2014 at 1:33pm
The above picture heading should read. Dumb and dumber. Has Mr. Schumer (?sp) ever missed a Kodak moment? Or leading a “crisis”, all the while causing that same crisis? Ask teachers that HAVE to keep food, out on their desk, for the children who have little food at home, to see the food and stay calm. I’m not kidding. I know of teachers in inner city schools that do just that. The children have drunk and drugged out parent/parents. These same teachers send food home for the weekends, so the children don’t go hungry. More waste from DC, more people going broke trying to pay for it all.
 May 14, 2014 at 7:57am
Hang, if you had studied math under “Common Core”, you would know how to solve this.
April 26, 2014 at 7:17pm
I was born in Tennessee’s tornado alley. Lived in California, earthquake central. Been in a couple of typhoon’s on Okinawa. Hurricane while at Camp Lejeune. Now live in Indiana, so that means more tornado’s. Oh, I forgot the tsunami warning in Hawaii. After a while you just turn it all over to God. We’re in his hands, anyway. Monk, I have fired a shotgun through a door. But, that’s another story.
The day I left Indiana a tornado had struck the area I grew up in.
South eastern close to the Ohio river area. Outside Madison. Beautiful place, great fishing.
A lot of nice girls too.
Like you Isitover, I too have been in tornadoes (in Arkansas, only though) and quakes in Californication. My favorite was the alert sent out to cell phones a few weeks ago in North West Arkansas concerning a tsunami warning. We certainly live in interesting times!
April 4, 2014 at 2:54pm
Don’t feel too bad. I voted for Jimmie Carter. Then I saw the light. But, the memory still brings me pain.
April 4, 2014 at 2:51pm
No, just clueless. We’re so proud of him, here in Indiana.
April 4, 2014 at 2:50pm
Mr. Coats is anything but a Tea-Party favorite. He’s as lame as they come. I live in Indiana, believe me most people I know want him out. We have tried in the past to replace him. Hopefully, things like this will make voters take a better look next election.
February 16, 2014 at 1:53pm
Saw Facebook ruin a 20 year relationship. The man decided he was single, started spending more and more time on. Saying things and putting up trashy pictures for all to see. Wasn’t smart enough, or didn’t care, to know someone was going to say something to the woman. She decided to look at emails, found more than she wanted too. He had one woman send him, on his email, selfies of her hoo-hoo. Said he loved the other woman and such. When confronted with all this, he blamed his lady for looking. Jerry Springer anyone? Not guilty if you’re not caught. Facebook makes people stupid. Wife is now his ex. Twenty years for what???
I have about a foot of global warming outside my house. It’s been below 0 every morning this week. It’s going to snow tomorrow and Saturday. Then get up to around 50 for part of next week. I live in central Indiana. It’s been a very long winter. Has it been like this before? Of course it has. Will it be hotter than hades, this summer? Of course it will. Global warming made Al Gore a millionaire. That says it all. Al doesn’t know beans from apple butter.
February 11, 2014 at 2:08pm
Is your handle a misspelling of e-coli? Or are you just a pain in that area?
January 27, 2014 at 12:51pm
Thanks, I need that.
January 27, 2014 at 12:46pm
Red Pill, if you indeed did post that, and I will take your word for it, you are more evolved than myself. I knew McCain was wasn’t what he appeared to be, but didn’t take it to your conclusion. Genius, Mr. Pill, genius.
January 27, 2014 at 12:41pm
WWJCS. What Would Julie Child Say. New bracelet in color of choice. As long as it black. $1.50 @ Crazy Hussein’s Kitchen Emporium. Come on down. Carmel rides for the kids.
January 27, 2014 at 12:26pm
Maybe the Mrs. is playing beard again. Reggie will be so miffed.
January 25, 2014 at 9:34am
There is no one, on this site, who is more anti-abortion than me. But, this is an entirely different situation. It’s as sad as it gets. While there are some babies born healthy, after the mother has become, “brain dead”, it was closer to term than in this case. I’m sure most of you haven’ seen someone being kept on machines, for long periods of time. They really do start to decompose. I know that sounds impossible, but it’s true. If this awful thing had happened to her, much later in the pregnancy, the baby would have had a much better chance of survival. Being so early in development, that wasn’t possible. Please, don’t be so angry with the family, or court. If you’ve ever smelled someone int his situation, I don’t mean to be crude, but that’s what happens to a body, even on machines. Don’t judge them. There are no winners here. Prayers are needed all around.
January 24, 2014 at 9:32am
How many stories, about social service being involved, do we have to see before realizing they stink? The system is broken. Has been for decades. I’ve seen kids taken, for next to nothing, put into the foster care system to suffer. Others sent back, to abusive families, only to die. It’s run by progressives who know better than Dr’s, ER nurses. Heck even neighbors who spoke up. It’s a evil that doesn’t get enough attention.
January 22, 2014 at 7:27pm
With you 82. Abortion has nothing to do with “healthcare”. The number of women whose lives are in danger, because of a high risk pregnancy is next to 0. Most problem pregnancies can be handled in many other ways, than killing the fetus. Rape and incest are not reasons for abortions. Ask any person who was conceived under those circumstances, and there are many around, they will tell you their life means something. They have much to give, and we have much to learn from them.
January 22, 2014 at 7:18pm
Not so fast. Years ago, when I lived in So. Cali. there were two Doctors. Dr. Blood and Dr. Gore. I’m not kidding. I worked in the hospital where they were on staff. I’m still confused on what place would take body parts that were not preserved properly. This has never made sense to me. Time is of the essence in these things.
December 15, 2013 at 5:17pm
“I’m not an actor, I’m a movie star”. No Mr. O’Toole you were indeed an actor. Another line from “My Favorite Year”. He quoted another actor; “Dying is easy, comedy is hard”. I hope that wasn’t true for him. He was marvelous.
December 13, 2013 at 2:53pm
To Polly, this won’t help you much, but calling it an “abortion” is medically correct. If the fetus was lost before a certain period, usually the first trimester it’s called an abortion. After that period of time, it’s a miscarriage. It’s always been a problem for women. It’s looks like something it isn’t. God Bless