Monthly Archives: October 2013

Dr Timothy Kuklo’s Patient Woes

This patient, who requests anonymity, was “treated” at Washington University School of Medicine and had a spinal fusion at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri in May 2006. She sent me this e-mail and I received permission to post it. This … Continue reading

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Chicago Marathon Crowds and Support: An Analysis

Those who have run any race, whether a 5,000 metre, 10,000 metre or a marathon are aware of the crowds that are supportive and inspirational for many runners. Why? In particular at the Chicago Marathon, there are about 1,700,000 fans … Continue reading

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More Kirstein Photos from Chicago Marathon

This image above of me in front with purple shirt, white shorts, is at the finish line. The others are waving their arms as they hit the “tape.” The fact I finished in front of other runners is kinda nice even … Continue reading

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Running the Chicago Marathon

In Chinatown, Chicago Marathon at 22 mile mark! I ran the marathon on October 13, 2013. I would call it one of the two or three most significant achievements of my life. The Chicago Marathon, I won’t call it “Bank … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan Performs in Toyota Park: Bridgeview, Illinois

Review by Peter N. Kirstein The Dylan concert is somewhat indicative of recent years of his music.Insipid albums, a mediocre band and a less-than-perfect voice. The exeunt of Larry Campbell has left us a band with a tinny sound that cannot reconstruct … Continue reading

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