On the last day of the month, we emailed our July edition of our law firm “stuff”. If you didn’t receive it, you can click here to read it and to subscribe to it.
Sometimes I mention in the blog a recommendation of something to watch or read. The PBS documentary Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria is one worth watching.(Here is a link)
It is a reminder of the serious nature of coming in contact with bacteria on playgrounds, in schools and; of course, hospitals. Unfortunately, antibiotics were an easy solution. Now, the fight against these illnesses is becoming life-threatening because antibiotics that have been overprescribed for so many years are now unable to combat this epidemic.
I have attached the link above. Unfortunately, antibiotics have been overprescribed in an estimated one-third of the time. If you watch this documentary, just touching door knobs might concern you. It certainly is a reminder of the importance of hand washing. You won’t consider yourself a “germaphobe”… I think it might make you more concerned. A “little germs never hurt anyone” no longer seems believable.
And finally are our pic o’ days. Uncle D told me to leave Chris Christie alone. (I think he really meant to keep posting more of those memes.) Over the weekend, Christie got confrontational with a fan at a baseball game. (Story here if you haven’t seen it)
So it seems like a good time to include Christie “in his baseball uniform”. Any other comment seems a bit anti-climatic…right?
And finally, this is a serious topic in a funny picture that was sent to me. The true definition of lazy!