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Extra strength pain relief

If  there are no regular strength pain relievers on the shelf – 325 mg of acetaminophen (Tylenol) – is a 500 mg tablet really extra strength?

What’s really important is that acetaminophen is dangerous in amounts that people are liable to take. It’s dangerous to the liver. An overdose could be fatal.

The directions for the package I just bought are to take 2 tablets every 6 hours while symptoms last. Some people might be inclined to take 8 tablets a day. But, “do not take more than 6 tablets in 24 hours.”

So, pharmaceutical companies encourage us to buy a product that is not safe unless you read the the fine print.

Another reason for disdaining Big Pharma.

A caveat: I live in a town where most people are seniors – arthritis city. Maybe there’s little demand for regular strength pain relief. Thank G-d that I don’t have joint pain.

A new dawn for America?

Thursday, December 19, 2019 | Phoenix, Arizona

Now that President Donald J. Trump has been impeached (yesterday), can the people of the United States begin to repair the damage wrought by him as I prayed last week?

I’m trying to be an optimist. I see a balancing act between this president and the American people. Donald Trump has fallen from grace. The American people are rising in a nascent recovery.

Of course, President Trump can wreak havoc over the next thirteen months. He ran for office on the premise of becoming the Disrupter-in-Chief, and he has kept his campaign promise.

Nevertheless, he can’t cease to be impeached. The U.S. Senate can render a verdict of not guilty in his trial, but he can never be exonerated in the sense of being declared innocent. (More of this to follow.)

I’ve had a stubborn cold and been drinking hot tea with lemon juice. It’s not quite tea with sugar, but I feel less tense since the House of Representatives adopted the articles of impeachment.


‘Read the transcript! Read the transcript!’

A Republican defense of U.S.President Donald Trump is to read the transcript of his controversial July 2019 call.

Trump had called newly elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky with, among other things, a request to investigate corruption. The specific alleged corruption that interested President Trump concerned Democratic candidate and rival Joe Biden.

There is no audio recording of this call, the standard approach to the phone calls of all presidents. What the public record shows, though, is a call record, also called a readout or memorandum record, assembled by those who were authorized to listen in on the President’s conversation. Listeners composed it from memory and notes they took. The result was then circulated among the listeners to elicit suggested changes or additions.

This readout is not a transcript. A transcript is a word-for-word copy of the original conversation. What the White House has and released is a rough reconstruction of part of the Trump-Zelensky call.

So proclaiming “Read the transcript!” is baying at the moon.

Word salad spinner, II

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‘I move to strike the last word’

I was listening to the U.S. Congress’s Judiciary Committee hearings on Thursday, December 12, 2019. The committee met to hear any suggestions to emend the impeachment articles that were introduced two days before. This process is called a “markup.” After marking up the articles of impeachment, the committee would vote to approve the articles.

The common proposal by members of the committee was to drop the last word. As representatives presented this motion, they were then entitled to speak for five minutes any way they wanted. So they did. The committee’s chairman used this tactic to allow all members to speak what was on their minds. So, no one can say that any of the Republican minority members on the committee was muzzled.

Tellingly, no one seconded the motions to drop the last word.

How did I have time to listen to the hearings? I was bedridden with a cold. There was little else that I could do.

My last word is ‘honey’, and it will not be stricken. I’m now going to move over and enjoy a hot cup of tea with honey.