Posts Tagged ‘Groucho Marx’

Finally. NFL Draft On Thursday Eye View Discloses Sleeper Pick #6 Professor Wagstaff Huxley College

May 7, 2014

Finally! We’re now just days until the 2014 NFL Draft, and while we have a better feel for how the first round will play out, there is still plenty of unknown entering draft week. My draft board isn’t a mock draft or a list prospects based on how I think they will come off the board beginning Thursday. Eye View discloses unknown #6 sleeper pick Professor Wagstaff Huxley College.  Only college player to score 1 on the wunderlic.



Ask The Eye A Night In The Labor Room

March 21, 2013

Dear Eye View,
I am going to have a baby soon. I also have a wonderful 9-year-old stepdaughter. My husband and I have agreed that we want our daughter in the room when her sibling is brought into the world. Although I have an amazing relationship with my husband’s ex, she is insisting she also be in the delivery room. At first I thought she was joking, but she expressed concern about my stepdaughter getting overwhelmed during the birth process. I want my stepdaughter to be a part her sibling’s life from the very beginning. However, I was planning on limiting hospital time to the three of us and possibly my mother. I want to come up with a diplomatic solution. What should I do?
—Party in Labor and Delivery, Room 7

Dear Room 7

A 9-year-old does not belong in the delivery room, and neither does her mother, unless it’s her mother who’s delivering. Limit the invited guests to your husband, and possibly your mother, and make everyone saner and happier. Otherwise invite everyone. You know the old saying. Two’s company, fives a crowd. Hope this helps



Obama, Looking For Trouble, Finding It Everywhere, Diagnosing It Incorrectly And Applying The Wrong Remedies.

June 27, 2011

Obama administration officials are putting together a team of ‘mystery shoppers’ to pose as patients, call doctors’ offices and request appointments to see how difficult it is for people to get care when they need it.
The move follows increasing alarm over the shortage of primary care doctors.
The administration says the survey will address the shortage and try to discover whether doctors are accepting patients with private insurance while turning away those in government health programmes that pay lower reimbursement rates.

A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five.
Groucho Marx