Blog Post 2 CATF4: Due to the rabid nature of the media and it's ability, no, absolute inclination to sensationalize minute amounts of information, the team has been briefed regarding our position as federal employees, and the policies regarding personal disclosure of information. Specifically, as we enter the theater of operations, although we may take pictures, they are not to be broadcast onto the Internet via social media or any other mechanism unless passed through FEMA's public relations office.
We have been driving since 11:00 PM on Saturday 8/26 and it is now 8:00AM/10:00AM (PDT/CDT) Monday 8/28 and we are just arriving in Lubbock Texas on our way to Houston in response to the flood disaster created by Hurricane Harvey. We are a team of 70+ Firefighters, Engineers, Canine-Search Specialists, Paramedics, and Physicians traveling in a convoy of Tractor-Trailers, Box Trucks, Flat Beds and Passenger Vans. Although the vans can drive much faster than the big trucks, there is no point in personnel arriving without equipment. As is the case of many disaster response si
One of the most common questions people ask me is, "How much Botox do I need?" Let me first say that unless you have muscle spasm causing unbearable twitching or frequent, horrible migraines or severe jaw pain from clenching or overactive bladder or... wait there are more than TWENTY medical indications of Botox and I DIGRESS... No one NEEDS cosmetic Botox/Dysport/Xeomin (neuromodulators for wrinkles) but we of course WANT them to prevent dynamic wrinkles that make us look and feel stressed. So to get back to the question of an appropriate dose of Botulinum