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Discovery - Part 2

The day I discovered the text wasn’t the day I confronted him about it. I tried my best not to let on that anything was different but everything had changed. 371 more words

Insecure Wife

The Candy Man: Husband- Stripper-Hotel Room

She went by “Candy”
Why the hell does he even have the stripper’s number in the first place? 

Her goal is simply to get paid, not ruin my marriage…can’t be mad at her right?  302 more words


Sam Darnold Best QB in the Draft?

Drafting a franchise quarterback is hard, man.

Everything comes into play – height, weight, speed, strength, intelligence, character, hand size, throwing motion, offense they ran in college, level of competition, whether or not his teammates went to his birthday party, etc. 704 more words

Cleveland Browns

Race Committee

I was happy to participate in Tiller Club today and especially happy to be on the race control boat rather than on one of the Mercs. 442 more words

Ignoring Screaming Warnings

Why do we ignore warnings? Someone I know loves to ride bicycles. He met a lady who loved riding them so much that she had ridden around the world. 451 more words

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Red flags are not always red

Red flag screening questions were developed and encouraged for use in the detection of serious spine pathology in the primary care or multidisciplinary setting. However, the value of screening for red flags to rule out serious pathology masked as musculoskeletal spinal pain has long been questioned. 826 more words


Some Flags for Low Back Pain Screening Should be Yellow, Not Red

An estimated 85% of all adults will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. So-called “red flag” questions were developed to help primary care providers determine whether a patient’s back pain warranted an escalation of care, either through advanced imaging or referral to a spine specialist. 305 more words