Let's Go Redbirds !!!!!
Holler N Swaller !!!!!
Hi guys.....How's it goin? I'm lovin myself some baseball these here days. I went to our home opener and froze my soaking wet butt off....but had a great time anyway, dispite the loss. What's with these Cubs that they can somehow win against us, but against nobody else!!??! Har!....=DI guess it's the Cardinals job to throw them a few crumbs once in awhile. Afterall...they're not going anywhere. Tonight our guys will win. No more mister nice guy. No more crumbs to those Chi-town bums!!
From Mayoclinc website
Seperated Shoulderseparated shoulder is an injury to a part of one of your body's most mobile joints — the joint formed where the top of your shoulder blade meets the end of your collarbone. A separated shoulder is a stretch or tear of one or more of the ligaments supporting this joint.
A separated shoulder doesn't usually require surgery. Conservative treatment, such as rest, ice and pain relievers, is often enough to relieve the pain of a separated shoulder. Most people regain full shoulder function within a few weeks after experiencing a separated shoulder.
Dislocated ShoulderA dislocated shoulder is an injury in which your upper arm bone pops out of the cup-shaped socket that's part of your shoulder blade. A dislocated shoulder is a more extensive injury than a separated shoulder, which involves damage to ligaments of the joint where the top of your shoulder blade meets the end of your collarbone.
If you suspect a dislocated shoulder, seek prompt medical attention. Most people regain full shoulder function within a few weeks after experiencing a dislocated shoulder. However, once you've had a dislocated shoulder your joint may become unstable and be prone to repeat dislocations.