Trauma Cases Down At Parkland. Which is a bad thing I guess? I guess I naively expected this to be a story about people being safer or something, which I now see as stupid as I’ve typed it out. The problem is, fewer traumas hurts the hospital’s ability to train trauma specialists, and also lost revenue, which is not insignificant as it opens a new hospital and trauma center.
Former Plano Neurosurgeon Faces Six Felony Counts. “It is so rare for a district attorney to prosecute a physician,” said James Girards, the attorney for one of the patients that sued Christopher Duntsch after a botched surgery. “What makes this different is the overwhelming evidence.” Duntsch already had his license suspended in 2013 because of “imminent peril to public health” that was “due to impairment by drugs or alcohol.” I’m sure you can expect Brett Shipp to be skulking around the courthouse in his Oakleys once this trial gets going.
DISD Fires Scandal-Plagued HR Exec. If you’ve been following this case for what seems like the last 10 years, this is not a huge surprise. But will Tonya Sadler Grayson sue? “At no time have I violated any of Dallas ISD’s rules or any laws, and I have done nothing to warrant termination,” she said in a statement. Which is followed by a quote from her attorney. So … yeah.
Did You Watch Mark Cuban Shoot Sharks With a Shotgun? He did, playing the president in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No, which debuted last night. WHO’S SORRY NOW, DEANDRE?
Cowboys’ Stephen Jones: This Is One of Our “Better” Teams. “It’s all coming together,” the team’s executive vice president said. You expect to succeed your father with fairly reasonable statements like that, sir? Come on. Tell people you’ve already got dinner reservations at the Super Bowl site. Start trash-talking potential opponents. Call it a dynasty. The season hasn’t even started yet, fella. I need you to get Cowboys fans good and irrational. Say something about “secret sauce” or whatever.Full Story