Category Archives: CUE

DNA AND CHASING THE CUE RAINBOW

I had my DNA tested by Twentyfourgalore.com ® to see whazzup. Nope. No Down syndrome. I realize some of you have had your doubts over the decades. I also figured I might like to know if I had a smattering of … Continue reading

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VARO SHINANIGANS-DENIAL BEFORE THE C&P

Before I inveigh on the Winston Salem chowderheads for their transgressions, I wanted to pass along some valuable information to you guys. When you’re a) down to your last four eggs,  and b) you’re planning on serving them scrambled anyway; … Continue reading

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VA kidney doc refers to shocking chronic kidney disease (CKD) VISN 2 study (New York region)

  Sometimes VA emails contain information and news about their research that is valuable for us to read.  For example, 34.3-47.3% of veterans in VISN 2 network have chronic kidney disease (CKD).  The ROs are located in Buffalo and New York City … Continue reading

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SPRING NOVA–LINKEDIN ON STERIODS

One thing you can always count on is running into someone you either know or have read about at NOVA conferences. I got a bang out of being introduced to Bart Stichman who said I didn’t “look” like asknod. Okay, … Continue reading

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CUE–MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE-§3.303(a) or §3.303(b)? WHICH ONE DO I USE?

They say some things just jump up and bite you on the butt -mentally, I mean. As I mentioned several weeks ago on a Hadit.com podcast, arguing with VA is a technique. VA is about as vague as a New … Continue reading

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MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE–PART IV-KARMAGEDDON

Once upon a time in the Land of nod (September 27th, 2011), on the second day of my new website, I published a CAVC decision about one Malcolm H. Melancon. It was the beginning of a long story much like … Continue reading

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LZ CORK–CLEAR AND UNMISTAKABLE ERROR

It’s one thing to recite 38 CFR to me and tell me what some arcane VA manual said about how to rate _____________ and under what circumstances and how the regulation has percolated down to us in the ensuing forty six … Continue reading

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