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Monday, 11 March 2013 07:55

On Thursday, March 7th, 2013 I received an MRI of my cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine at Holzer Clinic in Ohio.  Car accidents, jumping off of balconies without a parachute, Judo and other martial arts have taken their toll.  I’m now 65.  My wounds from Vietnam were burns so I didn’t have to worry about any shrapnel moving around.  I emptied my pockets and took my clothes off.  I put hospital pajamas on.  My wife, Cheryl told the technician I wore a large; the technician insisted that I wore an extra-large.  With a few sedatives I made it through the MRI without any panic attacks for almost 3 hours while listening to 60’s rock and roll.  When it was over, I got up and started to walk to the dressing room.  My hospital pajama bottoms fell to the floor while the technician was right behind me.  She wasn’t very tall!  I reached down to pick up the hospital pajamas off the floor.  My rear-end flew up in the air with the technician right behind.  I was wearing blue boxer shorts.  In her face was a blue moon!  Blue moons don’t happen very often.