Update for 12/5: The wrap up of the wrap up of the wrap up.
At 1/125 of the speed of light we find Rex and June transported home and standing in their sumptuous kitchen, clothes changed and the wine bottles selected. Will they discuss PCa, or the leak, or the stress the Dalton family has been subjected to, or even Mrs. Davis, the forgotten patient left in Room 2 since Nov 14? Of course not.
June: "So Jason ran for Mayor because his wife wasn't appointed to the museum board?"
Rex: "Yes...and Jason thought Stu was behind it!"
Rex: "And this is our little town...imagine what it must be like in Washington D.C.!"
June: "I can't...that's what keeps me up at night!"
Rex: "We'd both sleep a lot better if we work on emptying the family prostate tonight!"
June: "Didn't I hear that regular activity is good for men's prostate health?"
Rex: "Many times, June! Many times! To GFMPH!"
I could be wrong, but it appears that today is the end of this story line that we have been following since July 8. Therefore, this is an appropriate time to review and see what the top takeaway messages are. Surely, after 5 months of daily updates on this single topic we must have learned something.
So, what three things did we learn from this story line that appears daily in more than 250 newspapers worldwide?
1) Politicians are a fickle, superficial lot and will change loyalties and emotions faster than a Vogue fashionista on amphetamines.
2) Women simply cannot be trusted.
-a. Stu's wife demands to know the results of his health check and then gets hysterical when he tells her.
-b. She blabs his secrets within 30 seconds of finding out.
-c. His daughter not only shoots her mouth off to everyone she knows but posts his "private matter" on the internet for all the world to see.
-d. Diane blabs to Rose and then asks Rose to lie and pretend it didn't happen.
-e. Diane misleads Stu and when asked, does not tell him that Rose knows about
-f. Jason's unfriendly receptionist immediately flashes the come-hither look an instant after learning Rex's profession.
-g. Jason King's wife, sight unseen, causes a political feud by demanding to be on the Museum Board thereby pushing Jason to run for office.
-h. Rex returns after being out of the office no more than 20 minutes to find June wearing a different shirt! What happened while he was out? Were she and Becka comparing bras?
3) Prostate cancer is some vague Men's disease.
I liked my story line much better...
...Meanwhile Stu, still pocketing the Ruger LCP, walks back to his office, Elsie Pea's muzzle nudging his doomed "private matter" with every step...
This thread might not have taught us anything about
PCa, but with a hit count of over 7600, more than a few of you must have enjoyed the ride!
Humor is GFMPH!
Post Edited (Worried Guy) : 4/6/2011 5:52:31 AM (GMT-6)