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February 01, 2012

MEDICAL PRACTITIONER OF THE DAY SO FAR

Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from presenting the Medical Practitioner of the Day So Far.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

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He's an OBGYN. How nice.

Dang ... another item of news missed becuz of Dave's policy ...

No photo. Woulda been nice to have a Likeness

Totally O/T, to be filed under Ways Dave has Changed My Life Forever: I just channel-surfed my way into a clip of a beautiful soprano singing an aria from "Gianni Schicchi". I experienced (a) a thrill of recognition, due to Dave's column on same; (b) a sense of superiority in that, because of Dave, I knew it was pronounced "Gee-Onni Skeechee"; and (c) a vivid mental image of Dave playing dead, with his nether portions exposed to the audience, in a performance with an Oregon opera company, while a stagehand whispered baseball scores into his ear.

You just can't buy that kind of cultural awareness.
end O/T

some say he's a monster

Wow, that is one full-service OB/GYN practice.

ligirl...NTTAWWT

that would be a lickness monster, betsy ;)

*wonders what betsy was thinking*

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ...

I've worked with a urologist named Dr. Waterhouse, a dermatologist named Dr. Urash, and an ob-gyn named Dr. Sincox.
Betsy I know what you mean. I've learned so much from Dave and this blog. I hope to be able to use some of this knowledge some day.

n'cin' ... I allus enjoy findin' those epynomic folks ... I've known a veterinarian named Lamb ... a band teacher named Van Horn (he also werked fer the Game & Fish Dept.) ... the coordinator for the December Bird Count (Audubon Society?) is named Martin ... it's fun ...

As long as they're licensed, I'd trust them medically I guess.

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