DMB set List

30 11 2005

The DMB set list:

Tuesday Nov 29 2005

University of Wisconsin, Madison – Kohl Center

Pantala Naga Pampa

Rapunzel

Dream Girl

Don’t Burn The Pig

Stand Up

Crash

Hunger For The Great Light

What Would You Say

American Baby Intro

Bartender

One Sweet World

Where Are You Going

Louisiana Bayou

Linus And Lucy

Steady As We Go

[Intro]

Dancing Nancies

Too Much

_______________

Christmas Song

Old Dirt Hill

Everyday


I have come to several conclusions tonight:

1. I need to begin wearing a helmet again. I’m lucky to have survived
my latest bike wreck with only a scuffed elbow and bruised thigh. Since
I flew over the handlebars, I probably would have (should have?) hit my
head.

2. Kristen rocks hard. She’s a great friend, and her generosity and kindness are uncommon on this campus. Thanks!

3. If I will it, Dave Matthews will play it. Case in point: Christmas Song. I’m sorry it doesn’t work for you, too, Kristen.

4. Podcasts aren’t only for iPods! WOO!

Oh Reuters. Your odd news links from google… RAWK! (First time I’ve used that “word”… ever.)

Longer needles needed for fatter buttocks

Tue Nov 29, 2005 8:09 AM ET172CHICAGO (Reuters) – Fatter rear ends are causing many drug
injections to miss their mark, requiring longer needles to reach
buttock muscle, researchers said on Monday.

Standard-sized
needles failed to reach the buttock muscle in 23 out of 25 women whose
rears were examined after what was supposed to be an intramuscular
injection of a drug.

Two-thirds of the 50 patients in the sdy
did not receive the full dosage of the drug, which instead lodged in
the fat tissue of their buttocks, researchers from The Adelaide and
Meath Hospital in Dublin said in a presentation to the annual meeting
of the Radiological Society of North America.

Besides patients
receiving less than the correct drug dosage, medications that remain
lodged in fat can cause infection or irritation, researchers Victoria
Chan said.

“There is no question that obesity is the underlying
cause. We have identified a new problem related, in part, to the
increasing amount of fat in patients’ buttocks,” Chan said.

“The amount of fat tissue overlying the muscles exceeds the length of the needles commonly used for these injections,” she said.

The 25 men and 25 women studied at the Irish hospital ranged in age from 21 to 87.

The
buttocks are a good place for intramuscular injections because there
are relatively few major blood vessels, nerves and bones that can be
damaged by a needle. Plentiful smaller blood vessels found in muscle
carry the drug to the rest of the body, while fat tissue contains
relatively few blood vessels.

Obesity affects more than 300
million people worldwide and is based on a measure of height versus
weight that produces a body mass index above 30. An estimated 65
percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese.

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