As I gracefully age, I realize a few truths: my brain can’t take any more hits to the head, my childhood buddy Wayne will always be a better hockey player than me, and the Eagles suck.
I had one of those grade 10 English teachers who made us analyze contemporary music lyrics as poetry so he and his beard could sleep while students offered daft analysis (and lesbian seagull played while we meditated).
Some kid did Hotel California and got an A. I did Led Zeppelin’s Kasmir because it went on forever and meant nothing.
I got a D.
Adam Racusin of 10 News reports a group of people in the health care industry are suing the world famous Hotel del Coronado.
A lawsuit filed last week claims nearly 90 people got sick after attending a dining event at the hotel.
According to the suit, several of the attendees were confirmed to have been infected with norovirus.
The suit claims “an investigation by the California Department of Public Health confirmed that the source of the norovirus outbreak was a dessert table containing food items that were prepared, served, and monitored by defendants in accordance with the contract between Defendants and Healthgrades.”
The dining event was part of a three-day symposium sponsored by Healthgrades, an online site for information about physicians and hospitals.