RandomA guy I know who plays drums in an insanely superlative Beatles cover band just sent me this link. Maybe you've already heard of Beatallica, but they are new to me. They play Beatles' songs in the style of Metallica. It's strangely entertaining. Here's their myspace and their website. (Ffleur - I know you'll dig this.)
I'm a medical transcriptionist, and for reasons too inconsequential to go into, I am fluent in every medical specialty except radiology. Which is why today while transcribing a neurosurgical consultation, I gave pause when the physician dictated something that sounded exactly like "scat films." Not being overly familiar with radiology, I didn't know if "scat" in this case was short-hand for something like "scatter" (a common term in radiology), but my perusal of the usual literature and resources didn't support the context I needed. As you might expect, googling "scat films" brought up exactly what I expected it to, none of it being strictly medical (and don't say I didn't warn you if you're off to google it now). And before I became the laughing stock of Neurosurgery at my hospital, I opted to leave a blank in my report, something I'm loathe to do. Good thing I did, I later found out that the word I was searching for was "scout films." Sometimes it pays to be a good editor, like when physicians dictate something that means "pus-like" but they create a fake work that can only be spelled like this: "pussy."
Today's the first day since Tuesday I haven't had a fever, and oh my goodness, it's pure heaven to feel normal again.