SpeakOut 11/6

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Call 471-6636

I'm a little aggravated with the Jaycee football program. My son played this year. He put in 20 plus hours of practice, he played six games and he didn't even get a free T-shirt. They could have at least given each player a free T-

shirt that said Jaycee football on it. Plus, they went to the school the other night and the school system didn't even mention their names on the field. I heard several parents complaining about this.

This is in regards to the person who was concerned about the fish that were in the bowl at the Hospital Ball. Those fish probably thought they had died and gone to fish heaven. Those are Asian fighting fish, they have to be kept alone otherwise they will kill each other. If she felt sorry for them in those big gorgeous vases they were in, she should go to Wal-Mart and see how they are kept before they're sold. They're in a little plastic cup by their self that holds about 4 ounces of liquid. If they're that concerned they need to go out to Wal-Mart and buy all the fish and give them a big, beautiful home.

This is to the darling of Heckemeyer Acres who says she is the only good thing that ever came out of Heckemeyer. I have a master's degree from the University of Central Florida. I work for a corporate office and set up new stores for them all over the country. I am married to a surgeon. I want you to ask yourself if you're really the best thing that ever came out of Heckemeyer, sweetheart.

I need the gentleman who witnessed the accident by Atmos Energy on Tuesday the 16th. If you will, please contact me at 703-3031.

I was just reading up on the HIPAA regulations. It is so hard to go to the doctor to get your information anymore. You have to sign all these papers to protect your privacy. I guess it is a wonderful thing, because it does protect your privacy even though I sometimes get frustrated at the doctor's office filling out all my forms. I have a question, does that apply to dentists also? I read, and have read for years, where people put their cavity busters in the paper, where they put down where you are cavity free and list all these children's names in the paper. Is that not a HIPAA violation? Is there privacy not getting violated by listing in the paper that they are cavity free? I would think that if I were a parent, I would not want my children's dental history put in the newspaper. I don't think anybody thinks anything about it, so I thought I would give the heads up to the dentists. The way people like to sue anymore, they're lawyer happy. It was just a thought. I may be wrong, but it just triggered something in my mind.