It’s very important not to laugh because colon cancer is a very serious issue. The CDC recommends regular screening for everyone beginning at 50, with a sigmoidscope every five years, and a full colonoscopy every ten. There are more than 200,000 cases of colon cancer in the United States annually. Get screened! Be healthy! Don’t be afraid of medical professionals putting things up your ass. Jim Harbaugh isn’t, and for that and his public advocacy for a worthy public health cause, we commend him.
It’s also very important to note that for Jim Harbaugh even a colonoscopy has a kickoff, and is probably some kind of competition he’ll do anything to win with friends and family, and talk about with them well after he exceeds the limits of polite patience on the part of the listener.
Great colonoscopy. Just a great effort by everyone. A real team effort with a real zeal. Just a zeal for excellence.
I gotta do what I do good. It all counts. When you’re trying to put everything you’ve got into it. I know the doctor was. That’s a moment! They’re all moments. You have to take advantage of moments. That’s how you build excellence. A throw here. A catch there. A block, a tackle.
My colon’s done the little things to make it happen. Good results. Clean as a well-protected pocket. Saw a few pictures! Pink and smooth. Like the walls of the Vatican. Not as dusty. Little bit of poop.
Go ahead and laugh, I know. I played quarterback under center. That’s part of any good close relationship you have over time. All parents know this. Your loved ones are going to poop on you. That’s why they make forgiveness and sanitary wipes. Ask my old center Kirk Lowdermilk about those if you don’t believe me.