Posts Tagged ‘Harry Potter’

Ask The Eye Sleeping With A Twin Brother Don’t Be A Weasel

April 1, 2014

Dear Eye View
My identical twin brother had a drunken one-night stand with a woman two years ago. When asked for his name and contact the next morning, he gave my details—his idea of a joke. I looked her up on Facebook out of curiosity when she texted me, and realized she and I had a lot in common. I met up with her and eventually we became an item. I always had a nagging feeling that I should confess how we actually met. I keep putting it off, fearing her response. I want to propose to her, but feel like maybe I should come clean before we take the next giant step. I’m a fan of your column and I know you often advise people to keep mum about irrelevant sexual details that would only hurt the other partner. Does this come under such category? Wondering

Dear w
I understand your concern.I don’t see how you ever feel comfortable with you and your girlfriend being around your brother if the drinks are flowing and his tongue gets loosened. Although, if he gives the best man’s toast at your wedding after having too many champagne cocktails, he could tell the crowd quite a memorable tale. You have to tell your girlfriend now with the knowledge that it could torpedo your relationship. But surely you’ve seen enough entertainment to know the twins rarely get away with their nasty tricks. Dont be a Weasel.



Britain’s Credit Rating Downgraded From AAA To Aa1, England Needs A Little Magic

February 23, 2013

Moody’s announced on Friday night that it had cut the Government’s bond rating one notch from ‘Aaa’ – the highest possible level – to ‘Aa1’.

The move is a significant setback for Chancellor George Osborne, who has faced criticism that his strategy for dealing with UK’s huge debt burden is failing to deliver.

England in need of a little magic.



Calling Dr Potter

April 13, 2010

As in Massachusetts and as  predicted, the new federal health-care law has raised the stakes for hospitals and schools already scrambling to train more doctors. As the ranks of insured expand the  nation faces shortage of 150,000 doctors in 15 Years.

Experts warn there won’t be enough doctors to treat the millions of people newly insured under the law. At current graduation and training rates, the nation could face a shortage of as many as 150,000 doctors in the next 15 years, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.

That shortfall is predicted despite a push by teaching hospitals and medical schools to boost the number of U.S. doctors, which now totals about 954,000.

The greatest demand will be for primary-care physicians. These general practitioners, internists, family physicians and pediatricians will have a larger role under the new law, coordinating care for each patient. A shortage of primary-care and other physicians could mean more-limited access to health care and longer wait times for patients.”It will probably take 10 years to even make a dent into the number of doctors that we need out there,” said Atul Grover, the AAMC’s chief advocacy officer. Therefore we will need to be creative in seeking out new  pools of talent for future doctors based on the insane health care bill.