September 24, 2019
The DOD and VA medicine are unfaltering – they insist that there is no treatment for TBI, while billions of dollars continue to be expended on black-boxed drugs and long-term care of treatable TBIs. Meanwhile, female military veterans commit suicide at nearly six times the rate of other women; for female veterans between 17 and 25, the rate is twelve times the national rate...
A bit of history: Joe was a star quarterback for an AFL team. Remember the AFL? This is before they merged with the NFL. Super Bowls featured NFL vs. AFL teams before the leagues merged. I don't remember which teams were in the first two Super Bowls, but Super Bowl III featured the Green Bay Packers and the New York Jets, and Joe Namath's Jets beat the Packers, handing Vince Lombardi a thumping defeat that resounded through the sports world. (SB IV had the KC Chiefs murdering the Minnesota Vikings for another AFL triumph, and it was the first Super Bowl I ever watched, and there's an interesting story behind it, but I won't bore you with it. Joe Kapp was the Vikes QB and it's a wonder they ever got to the SB with him...)
During those days I lived in Buffalo and played in a big band that played during the first half for the Buffalo Bills home games in War Memorial Stadium -- got paid nicely for it, I must say. (I was there for O.J. Simpson's first game in Bills' uniform, too.) After Super Bowl III, I remember when the Jets first came to town, they were roundly cheered for their win even though they were playing against "us." Yes, they beat us that day too. Must say the Bills were a pretty second-rate team in those days because their owner was a cheapskate. He paid for Simpson but not for a team to back him up.
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Boy, I miss the days when a big band could play halftime. I despise these pop stars and rappers they put up there these days.
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