A Video Spanning Three Generations

Yo YO! My father, ZDadd MD, is back y’all! And he’s doing what Baby Boomers do best: going off with little or no evidence to back up anything he says. Blam!

And yours truly does what Gen X is best known for: sitting around looking befuddled, wishing he had a Little Caesar’s Pizza Pizza.

And in a stunning twist, the Millennial Generation REPRESENTS as Josh.0 steps up with the music and editing—in between acting like a spoiled brat and coming to work in his pajamas. It’s Entitlement 101, people!

So enjoy the transgenerational fruits of our labors. And remember: sushi is for hot shots with status. Everyone else cooks that s**t.

  • I love your dad, but I love your reactions to him even better. Nice video, Z to the Dogg!

  • PJ

    Mad propZ to the ZDadd! He’s right about sushi!

  • Great S**t!! ZDadd is a wise sage, but he needs to back off on the whole sushi thing. Josh did an awesome job too!

  • Royce Everone

    Like the new website! How did you talk your dad into recording the video with you, congrats! Keep the humor coming…and love getting edumicated through evidence-based comedy, what a relief and delight. No wonder I don’t eat so much sushi…;-}. Chuckling away in the Bay Area…

  • Tracy Sorenson

    Dear ZDogg, \n\nI love ZDadd, MD – could spend hours listening to his golden nuggets of “wisdom.” Please post more! I can’t get enough of the bow-tied wonder!\n\nTracy, RN

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  • Ashley Collier

    Love it

  • wzrd1

    I happen to like suschi. I also happen to like the taste of fatty foods. I also happen to like to taste of sweets. I also happen to like the taste of mineral laden foods. I also like to utilize alcohol and taking a shortcut, use 190 Everclear. \nAll of the above are entirely true. I’m also quite intelligent, balanced and balance a like with reality.\nFor those worried about the last entry, Everclear is 190 proof alcohol, which means it’s toxic to binge drinkers.\nIt’s also a grand cleaner and also great for making extracts, when properly diluted below the azeotrop level, above becoming strangely annoying. It stinks as a cleaner and not very good at making beverages. I’m reliably informed by professionals, such a state is welcome for their profession.\nI’ll admit a liking for beverage alcohol. I also have a liking for food, a preference for food, fine dining tastes on any budget.\nWe’ll suffice that my experience is both broad and seasoned, courtesy of some SF experience, where my team used a recipe exchange to find common ground. So, I have a recipe base that is extreme, compared to specialty chefs.\nI’m not about “Imperial Chef” or whatever. \nWhat tastes good is also harmful for us, in our wealth beyond reason for our hunter gatherer ancient ancestors.\nWe’re beyond the realm of their most drunken dreams.\nSo, reasonable consumptions comes into play.\n\nI’m nearing my mid 50’s. In my family male line and indeed, within the female familial line, I’m the only one that isn’t treated for type 2 diabetes. I’m pre-diabetic, but I also took precautions. Keeping my weight down. \nMy cholesterol is something else entirely, neither of my parents failed to handle statins, I do.\nThat is a work in progress.\nBut, I still remain only pre-diabetic.\nI also enjoy things “harmful”, within reason of balanced risk assessment. \nAs in surviving longer vs dying a bit younger, but not in a diaper, not knowing my immediate family or even knowing the year.\nHaving escorted my father through vascular dementia and the horrors we went through to support him until hospice, I’ll not leave that burden to those who love or just care for me.\nMy clinical training, my clinical care for oncological veterans, who were in pain refractory to morphine and later and greater drugs convinced me. Leave a person a choice.\nI know I’m going to die.\n\nNo clue when, but I have a hint, due to some deficits due to things military and other deficit issues.\nI’m also a realist.\nBut, I’ll go down kicking, punching, kicking and even biting down in a lack of significant deficit.\nIn that latter case, I want an offer for removing the pain we experienced.\nLacking that, knowing barely a disavowal of duty to me, I’ll shirk whatever shreds of duty remained and become a terrorist, with a note that will be deciphered by family.\nI already have “insurance” packets in place to protect me and my peers.\n\n\nYeah, life *was* that interesting.\nHence, my avoidance for things interesting.\nAnd yes, that is the reality of my military life.\nCivilian life only brings new experiences, which is wonderful, but duty afflictions remain.\nWhich gives me pause when a deficit is revealed.\nThankfully, the majority of military related deficits are hearing and some spine issues.\nAnd of course, my interest is natural in things life reveals.\nWhich is why we’re moving soon, due to a career relocation, yet again.\nAs we limp through life, things new and interesting are interesting.\nBut, eventually, I’ll stop, cease, die, etc.\nThen, there will be a wzrd1 memorial poison oak patch. The plaque after passing that through which I fertilized. ;)\nOr a fine farmer’s field.\nI rather prefer the former. Just to be a PIA to those who refuse to pay attention.\nJust so that a lesson is payed forward, far less painfully.