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Matt Lauer & Al Roker Are Getting Prostate Exams on Live TV

(Source)Matt Lauer and Al Roker of “The Today  Show” will undergo every man’s least favorite diagnostic medical procedure  Thursday morning — on live television.

As part of a month-long campaign to raise aware of men’s health issues,  Lauer and Roker will have prostate exams on-camera during the show.

The procedure involves a manual digital examination of the prostate gland to  determine whether its size and shape are normal.

It is often part of routine physical checkups for men, though some elect to  bypass it because of the discomfort.

Is this really necessary? I understand your raising awareness for prostate cancer but there has to be other ways of doing it. I don’t wanna see anyone get a prostate exam, especially Matt Lauer and Al Roker. Also, this is the fall of Matt Lauer. Every great American has a rise and fall. He climbed to the top of the ladder at the Today Show, and now the only place he can go is down. First he dresses as Pamela Anderson, now he’s getting his prostate checked on live television. I shutter to think what’s next.

– Ryan

Did the Red Sox Win The World Series Last Night? And Were The Average Nobodies There To Witness History?








Yes they did. Yes we were.

What a season. From 69-93 to 108-70, and champions of the baseball world. I wrote last week about the power of sports to heal people, and cities, in a time of need. The 2013 Boston Red Sox went beyond that. They put their hands on our collective shoulders and assured us, just like in that famous Bob Marley song that accompanies every Victorino plate appearance, that everything was going to be alright. No stat chatter needed today. Simply stated, I’ve never had more fun watching a team, and I’ll never forget the feeling of pure joy I felt when Koji fittingly got that final strikeout. I’ve never high fived so many strangers, and it’s never felt so right. Now, there’s only one thing left do. Freddie, take it away..

– The Average Nobodies

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