It's Recess-time Somewhere

Proud Member of the Reality-Based Sandbox

April 17, 2006

How to Identify a Bad Leak

...burning, itching, pain or blood are all markers of a bad leak, as are evidence of cherry picking information for political gain and to plug an unnecessary war.

But if you go back a week, you'll see that has it all wrong. Some poor sod on their editorial staff must be confused. He/She thinks that such an embarrassing urinary predicament is a good leak.

I know, it's difficult to make that appointment, then go talk about it with the pretty nurse, but it really, really must be done. Your particular strain of whatever it might be that your are proliferating need not be spread around indiscriminately. It is paramount that you take the appropriate steps to insure future relationships are not mired in bacteria or the kind of regime change where boatloads of people have their lives ruined.