Occasionally I like to subscribe to some of the big newspapers in USA to find out what is going on and to try to find some entertaining reading. I subscribed last week to the Boston Globe and I was reading the opinion columns when I found this article by Thomas Oliphant. He described in a very interesting article how he was recovering from an aneurysm and the things that had been happening to him. He concludes with the following conclusion:
Normally, aneurysm patients have problems -- delicately called deficits -- for months. Miraculously, I can concentrate again and finished reading a book last week. Sadly, I now know who the president is.
See this link: (although you may need to subscribe)
My journey into darkness