Skip to comments.Whittington Back in ICU (FNC Reporting Minor Heart Attack)
Posted on 02/14/2006 10:09:50 AM PST by be-baw
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She saw a picture of Hitler on the TV once, with the sound off, just the picture and she wanted to attack the screen. My DH and I were amazed, her hair stood up on her back and she was really serious... she has never reacted like that before or after.
mmmmmmm, I love good bread pudding.
I question O'Donnell's sobriety and his sanity. Such a hateful twit.
This is going to backfire on the democrats --- Reid just voiced a likeminded opinion too.
Wow, they are really lucky!
Not doubting you for a moment, but where did you hear that their largest customer base is the over 55 demographic? I am not there yet but close enough to notice, and I don't see it. Maybe it's where we live (rural area). All the over-55's I know, their new toy is the computer, not the tv.
I just look at him and laugh, his days are numbered... I saw Daschel on Russert Sunday and honestly can't tell who was/is worse.
I wonder what it's like to be babysat by Howlin...?
I saw that (John Gibson). Reid is pure slime, I always feel like I should shower after seeing an interview with him.
Give her credit .. she made it to a degree from med school and graduated.
HOLY SMOKES, FOLKS!!!! I think my ESPN is really working today .. just as I'm finishing that up, I decided to do a search for Dr. Catherine London .. and look what I just found:
I have no idea what this is, but it gave me a name AND, most importantly, the connection to billions .. and I mean gazillions:
FBI Questioner to Mr. Bellows: Is Mr. Gevisser paying u less money today than Dr. Catherine London, the daughter of Maurice Hank Greenberg, no strike that question. Do u consider yourself simply a sell out or a low scale prostitute?
Answer: I dont know.
FBI Questioner to Mr. Bellows: Other than these tTOo [sic] documents which I understand u prepared that resulted in the $280 billion megalopoly of AIG-Marsh & McLennan-ACE Ltd deciding not to insure SG Searle, the manufacturers of Aspartame, do u have any other documents in your possession or do you know of any other documents that should be required viewing of anyone thinking for a single minute of joining this criminal enterprise?
Now, I know about Mo Greenberg, legendary past head of AIG -- one of his multi-million $$$ homes was at the FL resort where I worked .. and, then this:
"Mr. Greenberg grew up in the Catskills, in the town of Swan Lake, N.Y. His father died when he was 5 years old.
In 1942, when he was 17, he joined the United States Army and was part of the force that landed on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, about an hour after the first landing of D-Day.
After the war, he graduated from the University of Miami and earned a law degree from New York Law School in 1950.
The next year he was called to active duty in Korea. He received a Bronze Star medal for meritorious service in Korea.
Mr. Greenberg married the former Corinne Zuckerman, in 1950. They have three sons, Jeffrey, Evan and Scott and a daughter, Cathleen.
Cathleen London, M.D., is a board certified family practice physician. Her practice is oriented toward the entire family, including all ages, both sexes, and any health problems that may arise.
Dr. London believes in a holistic approach to healthcare which utilizes a combination of western medicines, allopathic medicines, diet and lifestyle modification, and herbal medicines when appropriate. She earned her medical degree from Yale University and completed her residency in family practice at Oregon Health Sciences University. Her pre-medical requirements were completed at Stanford University.
Dr. London began her career as an actress and model after receiving her undergraduate degree in theater arts and computer science from Brown University.
She appears on radio station KKZZ-AM in their Ladies Room Shows:
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Is surgery too drastic for you? Find out how you can look younger with todays beauty treatments and by eating foods that keep you young.
Cathleen London, M.D., is a board certified Family Practice physician, whose holistic approach to healthcare integrates a combination of western allopathic medicine, diet and lifestyle modification, and alternative medicine. She is an Assistant Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine and a Clinical Instructor at Boston University School of Medicine. She has a private practice in Brookline, MA.
"Convened by the Center for Food and Nutrition Policy at Virginia Tech and sponsored by H.J. Heinz Company (NYSE:HNZ), this International Ceres(R) Forum is the first to focus exclusively on research that explores the health benefits of lycopene from tomatoes. Distinguished scientists from around the world will present their latest findings on lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that gives tomatoes their red hue and may reduce the risk of some forms of cancer, heart disease, male infertility and osteoporosis. Tomorrow's highlights feature a focus on women's health issues and will be held at the Hotel Washington from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Following Ms. Johnson's remarks, a series of scientists from around the world will speak throughout the day. Speakers include: Joseph Levy, Ph.D., Ben-Gurion University, Be'er Sheva, Israel; Leticia Rao, Ph.D., St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto; Frederick Khachik, Ph.D., JIFSAN; Brooks Hyberston, Ph.D., University of Colorado; Yoav Sharoni, Ph.D., Ben-Gurion University, Be'er-Sheva, Israel; and Dr. Tieraona Low Dog.
The second day of the conference also will feature a panel discussion about communicating emerging health benefits to health professionals and the public. The expert panel of health communicators includes: Dr. Cathleen London, Tufts University; Sara Parks, Ph.D., RD, Penn State University; Larry Lindner, health writer, Tufts Newsletter; Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, ADA spokesperson and Dr. Maria Simbra, medical reporter at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
"I live in Brookline with my sons Benjamin (10) and Noah (8). My interests include rollerblading, painting, skiing, cooking, community involvement and chasing after my high-spirited boys. Additionally, I am shomeret mitzvot, and am well versed in the laws of Taharot Hamishpachah. I can serve as a link to Rabbaim for women with shaylot. I know well which procedures render a woman niddah and which do not. I know the problems that can arise with fertility and which interventions are permissible." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AND NOW THE KICKER!!
209 Harvard Street
Brookline ,MA 02446
DOCTORS IN OUR GROUP
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cathy VandenHeuvel MD - Family Practice-General Ellen Katz NP - Family Practice-General Cathleen Greenberg London MD - Family Practice-General
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DON'T YOU JUST LOVE THE INTERNET??? ;) She certainly looks more refined than the way she spoke .. (I just LOVE a fruitful investigation, don't you?? ..yuk yuk yuk ...;)
Take a breath yourself. I don't listen to their crap. The stupid public does.
And no, Mr. Whittington is not "fine." He may be later, but we don't know that yet. All we know right now is that it could have been worse.
Delightful! She's absolutely in love with her grand ones!
If we couldn't discuss hypotheticals, there wouldn't be much to discuss. Think about it.
LOL --- now John G is discussing the ACCIDENTAL shooting with Carl? Cameron.
You're right that the people don't think very highly of the media.
But that is largely beside the point. The media still heavily shape what most people think about politics, and about major public figures.
You are lucky!!! I've only started about 3 or 4 threads, got almost no responses, and what I got intimidated the shivinlit outta me. Cured me of starting threads for sure.
Awww , ;)(How's baby and BigBro? and Grammie holding up oK??)
Cathy VandenHeuvel MD -- any relation to Katrina???
I thought Brit was being overly kind to him AND his opinions, probably because Novak is a trophy, for the time being, but that will wear off.
She's the gift who keeps on giving!
Cameron is such a democrat.
It would be nice if you were right.
But as I often do on FReep, I'm trying to warn against complacency. You are assuming that the public will be smart and fair-minded enough to see this simply as an accident with no fault attached, as they should. But what people should logically think and what they do think can be quite different. Right now, I'm sure the public isn't particularly upset. But what if, God forbid, the man dies? The media will really get to work, and we know that a real feeding frenzy can move public opinion to a frightening degree.
And this is helpful, instructive, enhancing....how?
How about we stick with facts, OK?
Ping to #1060 ;)
Is he really? I know he HATED being assigned to cover Kerry. Absolutely HATED it.
Didn't that have something to do with him saying the 'wrong' thing and almost getting thrown off the bus?
Onyx said my cat is spoiled because he's got his own quilt that he took a liking to once he got acclimated into my home over a year ago.
That's right, Carolyn. Well said.
I would add only that "preempting the MSM" and outflanking them isn't really "defensive," because when done skillfully, it's not a matter of making the President look less-bad, but of making him look good. But that's a minor point.
Told you she came from money.
We have two afghan's a friend crocheted for our dogs and we carry them on vacation with us so they can snuggy up... can you say we spoil our pets?
I found your BRILLIANT post on my own... sniff... you didn;t ping me the first time around. :(
The spoiled cat's name is O'Reilly.
Did you read STARWISE post 1060 -- she got the goods on the woman doctor on FOX today.
Is Cathy VandenHeuvel any relations to Katrina the Witch?
agreed, I can hear Hillary! screaming..."They murder people in cold blood and they get away with it!".
It'll go on for months, investigations, lies and slander and the drama queens in the media will finally get their role of a lifetime...
I know it was an accident, and these things do happen. But if the 78 year old gentleman does die, I don't see how the Vice President can remain in office with the incoming feeding frenzy. Why would anyone want to go through that? Hell, they've already accused the VP of being a drunken pyscopath as it is...I'd personally opt for a healthy retirement, time with family and friends, advise the Pres. on the side, and make some money. Heck, I might even go hunting....
There have been DOZENS AND DOZENS of these hysteric hissy fits by the Failed Media. These circuses matter to the Junk Journalists and the Talking Heads and NO ONE ELSE. How many times to we have to go thru these Dinosaur Media hissy fits before Conservatives wake up to how knee jerk hostile the Failed Media is to everything WE support? QUIT giving them more powers then they have. They are the ENEMY
"Breeze," with all due respect, a political discussion that "sticks with the facts" and never gets into analysis of how those facts will be reacted to, understood, and distorted is like a discussion about an engineering problem that is all opinion and contains no facts. It was up to the sheriff's department, the doctors, etc., to deal purely with the facts. The rest of us, if we're political kibitzers as I assume all FReepers are, have to think about what the facts will "mean," in this case unfairly.
His toes are pretty dexterious too. The toes on his front paws are like little baby fingers in fuzzy mittens. He'll grab one of his toys on the floor and try to stick it in his mouth like a little baby.
You might be right.
Cathy L. VandenHeuvel, M.D.
Tufts University School of Medicine
Before graduating from Tufts University School of Medicine, Cathy had already worked as the director of public affairs for the League School of Boston, which serves children with autism and related disorders.
She was to co-founder, director and president of the Mass Foundation for Children, served as the president and trustee of the Somerville Arts Council in Somerville, MA. During that time she also worked as a professional pianist, both as a teacher and a performer. In her local community she worked to make domestic violence awareness a focus of the Arlington League of Women Voters and co-authored a demographic and housing analysis that persuaded town leaders to abandon planned closings of elementary schools and has led to a school building renewal program.
Is this you or a quote from KoS?
Stop freaking out and eat a salad, or whatever you Californians do...
In the meantime the true stories go un-noticed (by all but Freepers) and un-reported.
Of course they are the enemy.
And of course they have "hysteric hissy fits."
How do either of these points detract from my political concerns about the possible impact if Mr. Whittington dies?
Those "hysteric hissy fits" are indeed stupid and crazy.
I fully agree with you there. But they also have driven Bush's poll numbers to dangerously low levels, and nearly handed the White House to John Effin' Kerry.
You're good, darn good!
Fabulous find! She's a RAT of the highest order.
I'll bet it is (delightful)! I had a very cool granny myself. She taught us how to play poker. Bought us those forbidden Chuck Berry records and took us to all the horror movies. Childhood is sweet, but even childhood has days when it really stinks to be without a grandparent.
I hope I am one soon.