Blog roundup: Attack of the choleliths edition.Posted by Donna Freedman on Feb 19, 2012 | 27 comments
A few nights ago I had what I thought was a really bad case of indigestion and nausea. Zantac couldn’t touch it. It got worse. I tried to make myself vomit and couldn’t.
Eventually I realized that (a) indigestion shouldn’t feel like this and (b) I had eaten a fairly healthy dinner. A doctor’s visit and an ultrasound determined that it was a gall-bladder attack.
My advice is to avoid this sort of thing if you can. It really did feel like an attack. Specifically, it felt like a cement boxing glove hitting my upper abdomen over and over again. Wow, was that unpleasant.
That’s one reason it’s been a quiet week. At least I got the giveaway posted.
Now here’s a little light reading, from toilets to Tebowing.
Toilet paper math at I Pick Up Pennies
Eighty-three rules for eating well? EIGHTY-THREE? at DanaStabenow.com
The non-sports fan’s guide to Tim Tebow at Gawker.com (milk-snortingly funny)
Pinkness ensures replication of patriarchal ideals at I Blame The Patriarchy (love the way the second paragraph is written)
Don’t overdose on debt for a child’s education at AskLizWeston.com
We have lost our moral compass at Still Small Voice
Goodbye Costco at Dogs or Dollars
Do retailers know too much about shoppers? at Consumerism Commentary