March 24, 2008

4,000 and counting

dear lord. I remember thinking 1,000 was far too many.


Chris Eldin said...

A good friend of mine works at Walter Reed hospital.
The number of soldiers with severe brain damage is staggering. They should be counted too.

Chris Eldin said...

I just read my message. I mean to say that the improvised explosives have inflicted brain injuries that are tragic in scope. My friend performs the cognitive testing, and has the glorious task of informing families about what their loved ones will no longer be able to do.