Monday, December 8, 2008

I really don't. Or, if you prefer, a new piece which is up on the Six Sentences network that has something to do with an invasive medical procedure.

It's true, during the last week TBWCYL, Inc. spokesperson Ben Tanzer fearlessly, well, fairly fearlessly, engaged in quite the invasive medical procedure and not only survived it, but lived to Six Sentence it. If you would like to know more about this quasi-harrowing, albeit somewhat entertaining experience, you might consider taking a look at "I really don't" on the Six Sentences network. Please note though, that while reading this piece may not change your life, which is always a goal of ours here at headquarters, it has most definitely changed his. And for the better. No, really, it has.

3 comments:

S. Craig Renfroe, Jr. said...

Um...ouch...

At least you got six sentences out of it...and your health...

Seriously, great piece--it made me shake a bit.

Pete said...

I hope you said something like "Jeez, sailor, at least buy me a drink first" to the doctor. 40, eh? That makes me three years overdue for this memorable experience.

Ben said...

We didn't intend for any shaking, so we apologize for that, and Pete you may be fine, one can usually wait until they're 50, we just happen to blessed with an oddly cancer-friendly gene pool.