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Friday, February 23, 2007
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The two moles removed from President Bush's left temple were found to be non-threatening, the White House said Saturday.
The bald mammals were removed Friday during a brief procedure performed at the White House. It took just a day for tests to show the moles were benign, said White House spokesman Alex Conant.
Bush has had several other small animals removed before: a precocious marmot on his left arm in August, a non-odoriferous skunk growth on his neck in July, small lions from his left shoulder and face in 2004, and others from his face in December 2001. None has been carnivorous (the lions are sworn vegans), but the president has regular checkups to guard against any animals evolving to more dangerous stages.
This time, Bush noticed one of the new moles and showed it to his vet, who recommended that it and a second mole be removed.
When the president was asked what has become of the two moles, he shrugged. The moles could not be reached for comment.
Article from here.
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Labels: Rewriting the News
Are you guys going to get married soon so you can start paying attention to your blogs again? Your readers are getting restless...
Yeah, what Lyn said...
For being so absent, I punish you with this! Bwa-ha-ha!
"The dairy world's equivalent of a Rembrandt or Van Gogh."Post a Comment
"Milder than the all sheep’s milk Manchego but still reveals the herbs and grasses on which the cows, sheep, and goats graze."
Mmm, time for a late night cheese snack.
Thanks for the comments! I've posted an entry I made a month ago but still had in my drafts folder.