Not All That Rare Medical Malady Strikes
In a return appearance, CUNA used local radio and television personality Paul Barry as emcee of its GAC. Barry made his debut at the 2003 meeting.
Among the humor employed by Barry to keep the meeting light and moving, Barry shared a story of how he gave forewarning to his employer that he would be taking a few days off to emcee the GAC.
Barry suggested he had a bad case of "anal glaucoma," he told GAC attendees. When his boss asked what "anal glaucoma" is, Barry told the audience he replied, "I can't see my ass coming into work for two days."