Thu, 11 May 2006
Thanks to everybody for your concern about my partner. He was able to come home from the hospital on the same day, and he has recovered well from his surgery.
He was part of an experimental drug test to check the efficacy of a new drug to help reduce hardening of the arteries. We don't know if he had the drug or the placebo, but we do know he went from 70% blockage to 50% blockage during the course of the study! Thank you, God!
For the rest of the episode, I present a letter to the President of the United States in podcast form. I get more than a few things off my chest...
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Intro music is a clip from "Deep Cycle Discharge" by Simon James and Derek K. Miller. Derek's podcast is available from iTunes or at podcast.penmachine.com.
Special music is "Souls Communicate" by Somebody's Closet.
Bonus music "Common Ground" by David Ippolito.
Outro music by EL84. You can get their CD and more at http://www.el84rocks.com.
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Thanks to everybody for listening, and Stay Powerful!
Direct download: Episode_15-The_Letter_to_the_President.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:21pm EDT
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