The ties of boys (and girls) to cars is something unique. They are unchallenged time machines that take us back to places that make the mind race. Whether it’s 31 Chevy’s, the muscle cars from the 60s and 70s, and even the newest vehicles being developed – they all transport us when they’re seen, ridden … Continue reading Batmobiles – A Complete & Detailed Review – Which is YOUR Favorite?
The detailed review of ABC’s “EMERGENCY CALL” are grand marathons of America’s GOLD LINE operatives (Dispatchers) in action. They are also – INCREDIBLY LONG. It’s time to take a different tack at revisiting the review and reaction of grand emergency-communication-laden content with the help of 20+ year Police Dispatcher Lisa Moore – but in … Continue reading Snackable: An ATV Accident in Alaska…
The media… it can be a love/hate relationship at times. We see a new publication talking about a medical breakthrough sensationalized in the media and our patients may get the wrong impression of what the impact really is. A perfect example of this was when the ‘concussion blood test’ approval by the FDA became … Continue reading How to Communicate with the Media
August 29th of each year is a very special day. A day when all things end, and begin anew after the machines become self-aware at 2:14am/EST. Regardless of whether you’re a Terminator fan or not, moviegoers will agree that Terminator 2, directed by Terminator Director James Cameron, is one of the finest movies ever … Continue reading Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review
The science fiction horror world gave film making history something truly special when James Cameron’s The TERMINATOR was released in 1984. It sparked one of the most legendary series of characters ever created, generated an unforgettable listing of one-liners, and paves the way for so many generations of sequels, toys, film tendencies and more. … Continue reading The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review
We are 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic. Just about a year ago we had an episode trying to gauge what would happen with fall sports. To date, it has been the most downloaded episode of this podcast. As we see surges continue to happen around the country and around the world as the … Continue reading COVID-19 and Sports: What We’ve Learned and Where Are We Going for Fall 2021
We have seen a lot in recent years that seems to be polarizing this country. More than I have ever witnessed in my nearly half century on this planet. In the last few years, an area that seems to be growing in its polarization in the world of sports is how to approach a … Continue reading The Transgender Athlete
A common question I get in clinic when seeing patients for concussion is “what is the best helmet out there for my son or daughter?” Or what headgear is the best for sports that use headgear instead of helmets? Typically, we have the discussion that there is no helmet or headgear that prevents concussion, … Continue reading How Do I Choose the Best Helmet or Headgear?
Most days you head into work, you put on the headset and you start taking calls some 911 emergencies, some not or you are dispatching the police to calls of service, again, sometimes emergencies and sometimes not and then you go home, sleep, and come back in to do it all over again. But … Continue reading When The Dispatcher Has To Call 911
The sprawling city of Chicago. A bad cop. A dead kid… and Chuck Norris? There’s something magnetic about Chuck Norris. It’s why we can all quote one of a million quotes where Chuck Norris Doesn’t Do Push Ups – He Pushes the World DOWN. The memories of the best Chuck Norris quotes are good but … Continue reading Code of Silence (1985) – A Perspective Review