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12 July 2012 @ 06:30 am
RFH - 2012-07-12  
Opening Song
Weezer – Pork and Beans

Cars and Kid Washes
The Utah Symphony is doing special performances with Kansas and also playing music by “The King of Pop.”  Do we really need to hear Horse With No Name performed by the symphony?  Bill spent one hour filling in for Doug Fabrizio and he’s already becoming an elitist.  Kerry and Gina didn’t listen to Bill on Radio West because they were busy.  Specifically Kerry was interviewing Jay Leno which, he admits, went terribly.  He points out that Jay didn’t even laugh once at Kerry’s jokes.  He’s not sure he wants the interview to be played on the air either because it would be a disservice to the client since they’d have to make fun of Jay.  As a non-sequitur, Richie was in Bill’s backyard the other day and noticed a super creepy clown.  It is part of a summer project that will eventually be a “kid wash.”  When questioned why they’re making something like that, Bill says that he’s not sure why there’s a clown involved but kids love anything to do with water in the summer.  He dropped 40 bucks in PVC pipe to build it, too.   Kerry takes his car (kind of his kid, really) to a place called Mr. Hot Shine when it needs to be cleaned.  They do a good job…AND they’ve got hot women that wash the car.  Bill wishes that Bikini Cuts was still open.  That was one classy joint.

Boner Candidates
Brought to you in part by some food and stuff
The winner is #1: We Are Definitely Not Ethnically Diverse (http://gawker.com/5924561/utah-magazine-celebrates-its-white-women-of-color)
#2: I Didn’t Want My Ice Cream to Melt (http://investmentwatchblog.com/hit-and-run-driver-tells-police-she-didnt-stop-because-she-was-worried-her-ice-cream-would-melt/#.T_7QovXdMg8)
#3:  I Hate Spiders! (http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/man-sets-house-fire-trying-kill-spiders-blowtorch-233815257.html)  

Ask a Pediatric Hospitalist
A hospitalist is a physician who specializes in taking care of patients in the hospital as opposed to in a clinic or private facility.  It is more immediate than an office and the patient population is different.  The prevailing ailment that he sees are respiratory related.  Dr. Glenn Huff sees a lot of head injuries in the summer, especially because kids are usually top heavy and tend to fall on their melons.  If the attendant suspects child abuse at any point, they are required to report it.  The liability rests on the doctor only if they don’t report it so they err on the side of caution.  As far as breastfeeding is concerned, he suggests that the greatest amount of benefit is solely giving breast milk through the first year.  Other than that, it’s a personal decision.  Most of the questions (ranging from poop disorders and chronic nose bleeds) were making Kerry thankful that he doesn’t have kids.  Injuries are going to happen…if something breaks, help them keep the limb still and get them to an emergency room.  No need for a makeshift sling or anything similar.  You can overdo antibiotics but it’s extremely difficult.  If the doctor prescribes them, use them.  Homeopathic medicine may not be pushed in the hospital system but he admits that if it brings comfort they may suggest it in some cases.  Avoid cosleeping as there is a risk of suffocating your child.  

Movie Reviews with Jeff Vice

  • Where do we go now?: 2.5 Stars.  An amusing idea because we’re so used to Middle Eastern films being so dark.
  • Ice Age 4: Continental Drift: you’ve seen the previous shorts with the prehistoric squirrel and they use the entire short in the feature.  If you like prehistoric pirates, maybe you’ll like it.  There’s a Simpson’s short at the beginning of the movie which is the only reason to go see it in the theaters.  Either that or get it on DVD.  1.5 Stars.

Gina’s Sign Off:  You know, once you get past the scum line, it’s pretty nice!