John Saxon Dies (07/26/2020)

Movie and TV actor John Saxon died at his home in Murfreesboro, Tennessee at the age of 83, July 26, 2020.

He co-starred with Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon (1973) and was in Wes Cravens Nightmare on Elm Street. He worked in over 200 projects like; A Star is Born (1954), The Unforgiven (1960),

Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962), Winchester ’73 (1967), One Dollar Too Many (1968), Raid on Entebbe (1977). The Electric Horseman (1979) and Beverly Hills Cop III. He played many parts in TV series like; 5 episodes of Gunsmoke, 6 episodes of Fantasy Island, 3 episodes of Bonanza, The Virginian and Murder She Wrote, 2 episodes of Dr. Kildare, Ironside, The Six Million Dollar Man,

Scarecrow and Mrs, King and The A Team, and single episodes of The Time Tunnel, Cimarron Strip, It Takes a Thief, The Intruders, Night Gallery, Kung Fu, The Streets of San Francisco, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Rockford Files, The Bionic Woman, Starsky and Hutch, Wonder Woman, Hawaii Five-O, Dynasty, Falcon Crest, Magnum PI, Alfred Hitchcock Presents,

The Ray Bradbury Theatre, Matlock, In the Heat of the Night, Melrose Place and CSI:Crime Scene Investigation.

Read more about John Saxon on Wikipedia, IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes.

My Own School

Schools are closed … but if I had to make my own school, who would staff it???? I hope everyone is ok with their position in my school.

  1. Principal – Ken Frye
  2. Assistant Principal – Tim Worley
  3. Dean of Students- Paul Worley
  4. Legal Counsel- Beau Howard
  5. Counselor- Daniel Worley
  6. Math Teacher – Glenn Mize
  7. Math Teacher – Barry Shildneck
  8. English Teacher – Katie Lyday
  9. English Teacher – Jason NeSmith
  10. History Teacher – Kathryn Worley
  11. History Teacher-Chris Chapman
  12. Science teacher- Michelle Lawhorn
  13. Science Teacher- Emily Dorris
  14. P.E. Teacher- Trip Lyday
  15. Secretary- Christo Harris
  16. Basketball Coach – David Reynolds
  17. Girls Softball Coach – Chris Mize
  18. Baseball Coach – Trent Mize
  19. Football Coach – Tom Jones
  20. Female Track- Rhonda McIntosh
  21. Male Track- Robert McIntosh
  22. Fishing Coach – Tyler Mize
  23. Lunchroom – Victor Vinson
  24. School Chef- David Henderson
  25. Foreign Languages – Eranda Babo
  26. Nurse – Pam Mize
  27. Custodian – Kenny Howes
  28. Bus Driver – Chase Elliott
  29. Attendance Officer – Donald Kell
  30. Computer Lab – Doyle Tatum
  31. Teacher’s Aide – Connie Worley
  32. Librarian – Rose Williams
  33. Art teacher – Joe Williams
  34. Art teacher – Paul Melancon
  35. Music Teacher- Donnie Thompson
  36. Glee Club/Chorus – Kelly Howard
  37. Driver’s Ed – Nathan Lyday
  38. Home Economics Teacher – Cher Worley
  39. Shop Teacher – Walter Lawhorn
  40. Shop Assistant – Richard Golden
  41. Model Rocketry Instructor – Kevin Scholberg
  42. Special Ed – Tania Fundora
  43. Security – Ben Worley
  44. Security – Ben Lyday
  45. School Mascot – Bigelo
  46. School Mascot – Cort

Ibuprofen Covid-19 Hoax

(Reuters) – Nurofen producer Reckitt Benckiser sought to quash warnings against taking the drug on Monday, saying it was not aware of any evidence that the pills’ active ingredient ibuprofen adversely impacted patients suffering from COVID-19.

The company’s statement followed a warning https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-france-drug/france-warns-against-use-of-anti-inflammatory-drugs-to-tackle-coronavirus-idUSKBN2110Q8 by France’s health minister on Saturday that people should not use anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen if they have coronavirus-like symptoms.

Olivier Véran, France’s health minister who is also a qualified doctor, said in a tweet on Saturday: “The taking of anti-inflammatories [ibuprofen, cortisone … ] could be a factor in aggravating the infection. In case of fever, take paracetamol. If you are already taking anti-inflammatory drugs, ask your doctor’s advice.”

Nurofen, one of Reckitt’s more popular drugs, contains 200 mg of Ibuprofen as its active ingredient in each tablet and is indicated for “effective pain and inflammation relief and reducing fever,” according to the company’s website. “RB has neither received new safety information nor been involved in the evaluation of any adverse events regarding the use of ibuprofen in COVID-19,” the company said on Monday.

“Appropriate use of ibuprofen and paracetamol is still currently being recommended by most European health authorities as part of the symptomatic treatment of COVID-19.”

The number of deaths in France from the coronavirus increased by more than a third on Sunday to 127 and over 5,400 have been infected, according to the country’s health authorities. (https://reut.rs/2TVwxKR)

(Reporting by Siddharth Cavale in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli)