Saturday, March 08, 2008

to fight with reason...

To Fight...

with Reason!

cool movie is on...
it has Arnold Swarwateshisname as a clone... it really anit bad.

i had better leve... wife due home.... booooooo

hair came out!!! yuck!

cool tune tho...

here ya go...

enjoy your day!

i'm home alone...

i am actually a bit exciting...i know i am a bit sick.... but what th' fuck.
so lets look a whats hot!

thats whats hot.... sorta....

Friday, March 07, 2008

check it out!!!

Unbelievable Patented Technology - The best bloopers are here

and miles per gallon of WATER!



don't have much to say...

so i will give you a video...

a shit have two...

thats about it...

peace out...

Thursday, March 06, 2008

The last lecture of Randy Pausch 1

The last lecture of Randy Pausch 1

if i can only rember the lecture....

party n!

and then there is this...

gotta have some Idol.

see ya'

see i have not forgoten you....

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Injecting Black "Goo" Into Brain May Nullify Surgery

Injecting Black "Goo" Into Brain May Nullify Surgery

In this age of high-tech medical breakthroughs, some brain surgeons say it's a simple black "goo" that's yielding some pretty remarkable results. It's called Onyx. Doctors are injecting it into their patients' brains to treat AVMs, or arterio-venous malformations. They are tangled coils of arteries and veins. In the past, the only way to treat them was by performing risky operations to cut them out. Now, doctors can inject Onyx into the AVM with eye-opening results.

Louis Caragine, M.D. at Ohio State University Medical Center says he often injects the black goo into his patients on Mondays, and schedules them for follow-up surgery two days later. Lately, that hasn't always been necessary.

"I'm sometimes able to cure the AVM or reduce its size so substantially, that I don't feel it's any longer justified for me to take them to surgery on Wednesday and open their head," says Caragine.

In fact, a recent study showed that the Onyx liquid reduced the size of AVMs an average of 75%, and cured some of them altogether, making surgery unnecessary.*

It's estimated about three million Americans have AVMs, although many don't even know it until they rupture or cause seizures.**

"Patients normally do not know they have it, until it bleeds and usually can hemorrhage and cause a stroke when a patient is in their 20's, 30's or 40's," says Caragine.

Next, doctors want to test Onyx to see if it can help patients survive strokes.

*Brain AVM Embolization with Onyx, American Journal of Neuroradiology , January 2007, vol 28, 172 - 177.

**What is an arteriovenous malformation? American Stroke Association, retrieved February 2008

Ohio State University Medical Center

Head injuries result in widespread brain tissue loss one year later

Head injuries result in widespread brain tissue loss one year later

May provide important clue to why patients are left with
behavioural handicaps

TORONTO, March 3 /CNW/ - In a rare, large-scale study of traumatic brain
injury (TBI) patients who span the full range of severity from mild to
moderate and severe, Canadian researchers have found that the more severe the
injury, the greater the loss of brain tissue - particularly white matter.
"This is an important finding as TBI is one of the most common forms of
disability," said Dr. Brian Levine, Senior Scientist at Baycrest's Rotman
Research Institute and lead author of the study, published in the March 4,
2008 issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of
TBI causes both localized damage through bruises or bleeds, as well as
more diffuse damage through disconnection of brain cells, which ultimately
causes cell death. Both kinds of damage contribute to difficulties with
concentration, working memory, organizing and planning (vital skills for
holding a job), and mood changes.
In the study, 69 TBI patients were recruited from Sunnybrook Health
Sciences Centre, Canada's largest trauma centre, one year after injury.
Eighty percent of the patients sustained their injury from a motor vehicle
accident. Injury severity was determined by the depth of coma or consciousness
alteration at the time of the initial hospitalization. Twelve healthy,
non-injured participants were recruited as the comparison group.
Subjects' brains were scanned with high resolution magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) which provides the most sensitive picture of volume changes in
the brain. The computerized analysis revealed widespread brain tissue loss
that was closely related to the severity of the TBI sustained one year
"We were surprised at the extent of volume loss, which encompassed both
frontal and posterior brain regions," said Dr. Levine. Brain tissue loss was
greatest in the white matter (containing axons which can be compared to
telephone wire interconnectivity), but also involved grey matter (containing
the cell bodies important for information processing).
Investigators were surprised to find that volume loss was widespread even
in TBI patients who had no obvious lesions on their MRI scans. "A significant
blow to the head causing loss of consciousness can cause extensive reduction
of brain tissue volume that may evade detection by traditional qualitative
radiological examination," Dr. Levine noted.
He is leading follow-up studies on the same group of TBI patients to
examine more closely the significance of localized white and grey matter
volume loss on behaviour.
The research team for the Neurology paper included Dr. Sandra Black,
Neurosciences Program Research Director at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre,
Brill Professor of Neurology, Department of Medicine, at Sunnybrook and
University of Toronto, and Senior Scientist at Sunnybrook and the Rotman
Institute at Baycrest. Both Baycrest and Sunnybrook are fully affiliated with
the University of Toronto.
The study was supported by grants from the Canadian Institutes of Health
Research and the National Institutes of Health.

For further information: Kelly Connelly, Senior Media Officer, Rotman
Research Institute, Baycrest,, P. (416) 785-2432,

Monday, March 03, 2008

well let me tell you about it!!

here is a short list of my life!

wife=controlling bitch
so there you have it...
it makes my laugh...

video Ghetto Gospel

thats cool!

now some ads for yo' punk azz!

today i feel "wordy"
it is just too bad i had a stroke... other wise you woud winde up wiht a long read.

ah well... you wont find out Duke LaCross it doing...

Love ya

ah shit have another video