Friday, May 26, 2006

(madison) the saying 'no news is good news' should not be taken as a universal truth

I arrived in Madison this evening. I know that there are blogs out there--blogs by respectable, upstanding people blogging under their real names--in which the authors have no qualms discussing their intestinal lives in great detail. This is not one of those blogs. So, anyway, nothing to report from my trip so far. I am looking forward to having a great visit here in Madison, assuming that WebMD is wrong and I do not actually have cholera.

10 comments:

dorotha said...

erg. if it makes you feel better. i seem to have major problems digesting lately. i am assuming it is a side effect of my medications.

Rhymes With Scrabble said...

I used to be very into a hot young cowboy show as a child. It seemed like towns in the Wild West were always being stricken with cholera. I realize it's still a serious problem in parts of the world, but it IS treatable with, like, Gatorade, right?

Anonymous said...

I think I'm lost. I was looking for the blog of my dear friend, Jeremy. This can't be it. He would NEVER write a post like this.
-TOK

Anonymous said...

Get better soon. Don't drink any Madison well water.

jlp said...

TOK: "Have you tried Hare Krishna?"

A+ said...

WebMD is evil. Eeeevillll.

Rhymes With Scrabble said...

Hey, WebMD is actually kind of the reason I went to the doctor when, as it turned out, I had a blood clot. And then it helped me figure out that the medicine they gave me for my blood was in fact giving me that rash. My doctors sure hate me having access to it, though.

nina said...

not to be inhospitable, but I guess I'm kind of glad I did not hand you the keys to the loft for your stay in Madison.

jeremy said...

Everyone always kicks the sick person when they are down.

nina said...

No no. It's just that I'm not there to clean up the mess...