Listen: Breast Cancer, Astros, Chief Engineer discussed on Fifty Plus
"And decorate the studio and pink in honor of national breast cancer awareness month as if we're not already aware. And maybe I did maybe I didn't actually wear pink to be honest. And in fact, if I'd done anything in this studio, our chief engineer probably would have tossed me out of the building and change the locks. He's just that way. These wires these keyboards he's microphones there his babies, and he takes very good care of them. It is national breast cancer awareness month, however, pink or not here three radio station. And this seems as good a time as any to pay respects to my own mother who actually managed to beat breast cancer. But then finally a little later in life was taken by another form of cancer. She was a gentle soul, but a very strong woman. And she didn't go easily her oncologist actually once told me she had beaten the life expectancy on that second cancer by a good four or five years. So here's to her memory. And here's to each of you, either have experienced breast cancer, either personally or in your family, or maybe no and care about someone who's dealt with this horrible disease. We'll tackle that subject in the second segment of today's show with a doctor who knows it. Well, who who deals with it on a daily basis with her patients? Batting third today barring from baseball go Astros, by the way, we'll talk about this crazy train. We're on where acusations has become synonymous with conviction and the next news sport in the Olympics. Just may well be jumping to conclusion.."