Tuesday, June 27, 2006

At 1:16 a.m. on June 23 my newphew was born. I am an extremely proud and excited first time uncle. : )

Its been a tough week. Rehearsal dinner Thursday night, 1:20 a.m. wake up call about the baby. See the baby Friday, friend arrives at my house from Florida to stay for weekend wedding, move a ton of my stuff to new apartment Friday, in my friend's wedding party Saturday, more moving on Sunday and final move this Friday.

But at least this made me smile:

Limbaugh detained at Palm Beach airport
6/27/2006, 4:25 a.m. ET
The Associated Press

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Rush Limbaugh was detained for more than three hours Monday at Palm Beach International Airport after authorities said they found a bottle of Viagra in his possession without a prescription.

Customs officials found a prescription bottle labeled as Viagra in his luggage that didn't have Limbaugh's name on it, but that of two doctors, said Paul Miller, spokesman for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

A doctor had prescribed the drug, but it was "labeled as being issued to the physician rather than Mr. Limbaugh for privacy purposes," Roy Black, Limbaugh's attorney, said in a statement.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection examined the 55-year-old radio commentator's luggage after his private plane landed at the airport from the Dominican Republic, said Miller.

The matter was referred to the sheriff's office, whose investigators interviewed Limbaugh. According to Miller, Limbaugh said that the Viagra was for his use, and that he obtained it from his doctors.

Investigators confiscated the drugs, which treats erectile dysfunction, and Limbaugh was released without being charged.

The sheriff's office plans to file a report with the state attorney's office. Miller said it could be a second-degree misdemeanor violation.

Limbaugh reached a deal last month with prosecutors who had accused the conservative talk-show host of illegally deceiving multiple doctors to receive overlapping painkiller prescriptions. Under the deal, the charge, commonly referred to as "doctor shopping," would be dismissed after 18 months if he continues to submit to random drug tests and treatment for his acknowledged addiction to painkillers.