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I am sick.  It started over the weekend and now I am feeling foggy and stuffy and drippy and just-generally-miserable.  Yay for hot coffee.
I can never remember what you’re supposed to starve: the cold or the fever.  It seems like I always hear people stay “starve a cold, feed a fever”, but it makes more sense to starve the fever, seeing as that’s when encounters with vomit are more likely.  As with everything I’m unsure/curious/would-never-really-need-to-know, I Googled it.  So there’s your answer, once and for all.  Don’t get it wrong anymore, wrong people.
This takes the “Weirdest News Story I’ve Heard in a While” award.  Apparently, two people thought they could cash a dead man’s social security check so long as they wheeled his body to the check cashing establishment.  I wish I had been there.  You know, to smack them upside the head.
I love that scratchy sound when fingers shift over acoustic guitar strings.  People who play guitar say that sound is a mistake.  But I love it.  Totally random, but there it is.

2 thoughts on “Sponsored in Part by Coffee and Dimetapp

  1. the phrase is actually "starve a fever, feed a cold"
    but i've also heard that it's utter bullshit and you should never starve anything, because then your body isn't getting the nutrients it needs to fight back.

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