Looking for causal connections

Last night, I came upon a good legal blog that I had not previously read with any regularity. See Tanya Gee, Women’s History Month and Stilettos in the Courtroom, Noticing Appeals (March 30, 2014). Ms. Gee just returned to blogging in February after a very nasty bout with cancer. For obvious reasons, that struck a chord with me. Of course, I wish her well. I also look forward to reading more of Noticing Appeals.

But, I wonder:  Does blogging cause cancer?*

RGK

*Warning: That is not a serious question. Request: Please, God, don’t write back and tell me cancer isn’t funny. Dated Reference: Speaking of God, didn’t you just love Alanis Morissette in Dogma.

6 responses

  1. Wow! I feel like such a celebrity! Ding! (that’s the sound I make when I smile from ear to ear). And, if we can’t laugh at cancer, go ahead and put us out of our misery. Cue Monty Python’s “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life”…When you’re chewing on life’s gristle,don’t grumble, give a whistle! (Go ahead and put this in your YouTube cue for when your feeling particularly puny: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ECUtkv2qV8)

  2. Thank you, Tom. I am always interested in the advancement of science and that is probably why I blog. For the uninformed, Cryptosporidium is a microscopic parasite that causes the diarrheal disease cryptosporidiosis. Both the parasite and the disease are commonly known as “Crypto.”
    The word “Crypto” can be associated with virtually everything I write.

    All the best.

    RGK

  3. “Speaking of God, didn’t you just love Alanis Morissette in Dogma.”

    Yes, but not as much as I loved Morgan Freeman in “Bruce Almighty.” (And, technically, “Evan Almighty,” but that movie was not very good, so never mind about it.)

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