Doing fine

“Fine” can be a relative word. A prime example is this case:

“For being hit in the face with a shotgun, he’s doing fine,” said Tennant.

I reported on this incident yesterday but the latest news report has a lot more details.

I”m glad the injuries aren’t serious and that the perps were arrested quickly and without incident.

2 thoughts on “Doing fine

  1. A bit close to home. Wallace is one of my wife’s former students. Plenty of local gossip about the motive, but no facts. Some kids… I morn for their families.

  2. “Fine” is also an acronym: “F****ed up, Insecure, Neurotic and Emotional.” Which is why I’m always truthful when I say “I’m fine”……

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