Tag Archive | "Gilenya"

MS A TV Show

Monday, September 26, 2016

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    Time for some fun with multiple sclerosis! Let’s take a TV show…and add a pinch of MS. This bit was inspired by Margaret, a long-time My Odd Sock reader & fellow MSer.  She even contributed a few programs of her own! Ready to play? Join us as we “MS A TV Show”…..   […]

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MS Know-It-All

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

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      Think you’re an MS Know-It-All?   Do you yawn your way through routine visits with your neurologist?   Are you up-to-snuff with all the new fangled treatment options for the ick we call multiple sclerosis?       If so, you are WAY too intelligent for any challenge offered by this website. […]

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My Odd Sock’s “Picture This”

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

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        Welcome to My Odd Sock’s “Picture This.”   It’s the MS-themed game enjoyed by gimps of all ages!   How To Play: “Picture This” is as easy to play as filling out a 1040 long form! My Odd Sock will give you a picture along with three clever (Yeah right) captions. […]

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MS Crayons

Monday, August 31, 2015

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        Did you know since the introduction of Crayola crayons way back in 1903, more than two hundred different colors have been produced?   And did you realize NOT ONE of those over two hundred colors have anything to do with multiple sclerosis?   Shame really.     Instead, we have colors […]

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Always Sometimes Never

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

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    Mr. Bollenbacher was funny, quirky and a dead-ringer look-alike for actor Gene Wilder. As a high-school math teacher, there was no one better at his craft.  He was my favorite. It was his tests I dreaded most. Mr. B’s geometry exams challenged our knowledge of theorems with his infamous “Always Sometimes Never” questions.  […]

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2011 My Odd Sock MS Senseless Survey

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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  Annually, My Odd Sock conducts a very sophisticated, highly complex study of the latest trends facing those with multiple sclerosis. This year, YOU have been chosen to participate in this mindless survey of ridiculousness.    Using a #3 pencil, please answer each question as it relates to you and your MS.    You may […]

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