Thursday, August 20, 2015

Throw-Up Thursday

It takes one to know one, Ann.

The term "anchor babies" is right there with the "n-word" for slurs.

There is no excuse to use that term. It just shows how racist the person who utters it is.

The term is "lying" but this idiot is still an insult to the human race.

Former president Jimmy Carter is trying a new drug to fight his cancer, which has spread to his brain.

Carter was diagnosed with melanoma, which is the deadliest form of skin cancer.

Carter, 90, has already had his first infusion of the drug, known as Keytruda. It harnesses the immune system to fight melanoma that has spread through the body. Carter also told reporters he would undergo targeted radiation to his brain on Thursday afternoon.

"I'll be prepared for anything that comes," he said.

Keytruda — known generically as pembrolizumab — targets mutations in genes called PD-1 and PD-L1. These mutations let some tumors escape detection and destruction by immune system cells that normally prevent cancer from spreading in the body.

Cancer experts say while Carter will never be cured, the drug has had startling effects in a few people, and at the worst shouldn't make him too sick — even at age 90.

I certainly hope Jenner gets charged with manslaughter.

He shouldn't even be having a television show while this is going on.

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