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A theorist, organist, and conductor, Jeff Ostrowski holds his B.M. in Music Theory from the University of Kansas (2004), and did graduate work in Musicology. He serves as choirmaster for the new FSSP parish in Los Angeles, where he resides with his wife and children.
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The representative Protestant collection, entitled “Hymns, Ancient and Modern”—in substance a compromise between the various sections of conflicting religious thought in the Establishment—is a typical instance. That collection is indebted to Catholic writers for a large fractional part of its contents. If the hymns be estimated which are taken from Catholic sources, directly or imitatively, the greater and more valuable part of its contents owes its origin to the Church.
— Orby Shipley (1884)

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Common side effects of Crestor (AstraZeneca)
published 9 January 2014 by Jeff Ostrowski

I was given Crestor to lower cholesterol. I took a pill each evening for 2.5 weeks.

Then, I stopped taking it, because the side effects are unbearable.

It has been 2 months since I stopped taking Crestor, yet I still suffer from extreme fatigue, horrible muscle weakness, and an “empty” feeling in my stomach.

Taking Crestor upon the advice of my doctor was the single worst decision I’ve ever made. Basically, I’ve been unable to function for the last 2.5 months. I’ve been unable to work. I’ve been unable to do ANYTHING. I’m so tired all the time, no matter how much sleep I get each night. Crestor is a terrible “medicine” — the side effects are horrible, unbearable, and prolonged.

Never take Crestor.