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December 27, 2012

NEVER GO ANYWHERE WITHOUT IT

A British doctor saved the life of a 77-year-old patient by injecting a shot of alcohol straight into his heart!

(Thanks to Sharon [The Minx] Lurie)

It also works for cows.

(Thanks to The Perts)

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You never know, it's worth a shot . . .

"Wild Turkey mainlined for the holidays"...
a new Holiday tradition?

And then the patient stole a car at the Amsterdam airport

There's the Brits for ye, always stealin' the advanced medical techniques of the Irish, not a bit of credit given...

New this Fall: " Dr. Johnnie Walker, MD "

Not that it wouldn't taste, well, absolutely delicious, but...is there any meat in that picture of the cow innards?

As for the cows "preferring the hay with the beer": If you knew today was your last day on the planet, if you knew you were going to be on the menu tomorrow, wouldn't you want a good IPA too? (And possibly a roll in the hay, later?)

Sounds like Cindy is keeping busy.

Good luck, Cindy! Don't die on us out there.

Elon, I was smart and took a flu shot thank goodness. True story. I once held a human heart in my hand while the doctor injected epinephrine into it to get it beathing again. I was doing what they call 'open heart massage'. The patient survived and I eventually was able to open my eyes again.

That is both cool and gross.

Cindy, that brings new meaning to "deep tissue massage ".

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