Believe it or not, I’ve run out of words. On the news this morning, I saw a report about a man making protective face shields on his 3D printer in his basement. As you know, I’ve been really worried about my fellow docs’ health and this report offered a ray of hope.
I’ve been calling my old patients looking for assess to 3d printers but came up dry. Actually, one of my patients told me that the schools in the area most likely have 3D printers, but I haven’t been able to find anyone in charge of the local schools. If you know anyone in the local school districts, please contact them and see if they would consider making protective gear for our local hospitals. Apparently, the specs for printing a faceguard are open sourced.
So much for the bright side of things. If there is anything in particular that you would like me to write about, feel free to contact me. Stay home! Don’t kill your spouse. Renee showed me a picture of a woman knitting a noose. She thought it was funny. I’m just glad we don’t have any yarn in the house.
Maybe I do have one or two words left. Humor is a great way to, at least momentarily, relieve pressure. I appreciate the jokes and videos ya’ll are sending and would share them with you if they weren’t so raunchy. I never realized how raunchy you guys were.
I will continue to post articles on this blog as often as there is something new for me to address and will resume daily articles when my writer’s block clears or I can be more upbeat.