Monthly Archives: November 2009

dead meat

Not here, over at New Jovian Thunderbolt’s place, his first. My first was a yearling buck, and I nailed it with a projectile in the “over 35,000,000 grain” class, if you know what I mean. There I was, minding my … Continue reading

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CDC says it’s OK to do compounding at home without a Pharmaceutical compounding licence

Apparently there are shortages of the liquid version of Tamiflu, so the CDC has published a handy recipe for whipping up a batch for your kid that has issues swallowing pills. I find this interesting because it already takes, starting from … Continue reading

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Remember when the vaccine shortage was all Bush’s fault?

Random DU comment from 5 years ago: “This may be Bush’s Waterloo!” Kerry points to Bush on vaccine shortage What a difference five years makes on flu vaccine shortage And a letter to the editor of the Kansas City Star … Continue reading

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Welding on a tank that’s half full of gasoline, how many safety violations?

How many safety violations can you spot? While this looks like a “here, hold my beer and watch this…” moment, there are no famous last words spoken. He’s either got stainless steel balls or has already drunk too much. The … Continue reading

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Further H1N1 vaccine restrictions (but the “public option” is the only thing that can save us)

In Montgomery county, Maryland, the supply of vaccine has been restricted to pregnant woman only. No longer can kids and adults under 25 years, or other high risk groups get the vaccine due to widespread shortages. I’d like to remind … Continue reading

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