Do you know what the Juggler Vein is? It is located between the dudonym and the Gall Bladder, and somewhere below the brain. In many medical schools in Great Britain, Medical Students have passed down over the years, rhymes that help them pass their exams. This one is called “The Mighty Juggler Vein.”
The Mighty Juggler Vein
Right next to the Spleen
And way below the brain
It does its job unseen
The Mighty Juggler Vein
So named because it juggles
And distributes the body’s fluids
For Wizards and for Muggles
And even those crazy Druids
The Juggler Vein was discovered in 1853 by James P. Juggler, who interestingly enough did not juggle. He was, however, a Muggle. He was also known to jiggle on occasion.
Without the Juggler Vein, the human body would not be able to break down its hemogoblin into carbon and oxygen. Also, the level of anti-gamogobulins in the blood would increase to unhealthy levels.
Without the Juggler Vein’s amazing fluid-juggling abilities, we would all be in real trouble.
It wasn’t quite as good as Empire on Fox TV. Hakim is one of the characters on the show, played by an amazing rapper named Yazz, or Yazz The Greatest. My extensive rap experience tells me that he is going to be huge. He already has over a million Twitter followers, so I guess he already is huge.
It got me to thinking. How would I react if given the microphone at one of these so called “Hip Hop” events? Would I have the right stuff? Would I be able to berate my rap-opponent at a level sufficient to keep the crowd from beating me to a pulp?
I can almost picture it. The crowd parts as I make my way to the Rapping Area. I take the mike, and begin my rap, all the while staring at my opponent with steely nerve.
The clothes you wear
Are from a Sci-Fi Show
And you grow body hair
Where it shouldn’t grow
I’ve seen better faces
on boxes of soap
Your teeth need constant flossing
And you have to use rope
You are bumpy where you shouldn’t be
And wrinkly where you should
You show people what they shouldn’t see
And that ain’t never good
You have the heartbreak of psoriasis
From your toe to your head
On Tuesdays you have dialysis
And then go back to bed
When your mama looks at you
She feels like fainting
Your high school photo
Was a Picasso Painting
This week’s TV-Hero Award goes to Big Jim Rennie in CBS’s Under The Dome. Big Jim continues to impress critics and naysayers alike.
In last week’s episode, Big Jim rescued the entire town from the Cave-Pods. After that he “took care” of the evil scientist who was experimenting on The Egg (the source of the dome’s power, of course). And during that time he took in a hungry, lonely stray dog. He gave him food and water, and named him Dog.
October 15, 1919: Jimmy Hoffa organizes a strike with his kindergarten classmates. Lower milk prices and longer snack breaks are but two of their demands. The School capitulates after eight long days. The rest is history.
September 23, 1926: Future U.S. President Lyndon Johnson wins his Senior Class President election by giving the school election officials what he called “carrot and stick offers.” Rumors circulated later on that before the election he employed under-handed tactics, including the use of bribery and veiled threats. Even then, his overuse of the phrase “Now can I count on you to back me up?” was evident.
What happened to me last week had nothing whatsoever to do with my writings on this site. I know, I was also completely surprised upon learning this. I had offended no religious groups. I did, however, manage to chap the hides of the local Cattleman’s Association. I overheard them last night (they thought I was passed out) arguing about whether or not they should be called Cattleman’s Association or Cattlemen’s Association. They must have seen one of my recent letters to the editor in the local paper commenting on the state of our local cattle industry. I drive by those cows every day, I feel as if I know every one of them.
What can I say? I love cows! Or is it “I love cattle?”