November 09, 2009
My dream woman no longer attainable
Damn it, I should have struck while the iron was hot.
I figured I had all the time in the world, because in that evening news report on Desiree Jennings, the Washington Redskins cheerleader who got Dystonia from a flu shot, it says there isn't any cure for the disease. But come to find out, she probably didn't have Dystonia. She was probably just told that by some nutjob doctor who has a thing against vaccines.
Below is an explanation that - I'm not gonna lie - I didn't bother to read. (Too long.) Then after that is a video update by Desiree herself, who appears to be recovering quite well and hence is even further out of my league. She says her email and her social networking sites have been hacked into. I wonder if they found any compromising pics or video. Not for my own personal amusement. It's just, I hate to see a woman be taken advantage of.
Desiree Jennings "cured" of her "vaccine-induced dystonia"? [Respectful Insolence]
Byron Crawford a/k/a Bol is the celebrated author of several books, most recently NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey.
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