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February 10, 2010


A MAN landed a job in a British hospital after claiming he had previously worked at the hospital that features in US drama ER, it was reported today.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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He also was on the diagnostic team of Dr. Gregory House at Princeton Plainsboro Hospital in New Jersey.

Is there a problem with that? His isn't the most embellished c.v. I have heard of recently.

I had a nursing supervisor once upon a time that was really tough. If there was an emergency he always jumped right in and was in fact nominated for Nurse Of The Year at the hospital I worked at. He wasn't the nicest guy on the block but was an excellent nurse. Sadly we found out about the closest he had ever been to a nursing school was when he drove by one. He had no medical background but when found out mentioned he had always watched M*A*S*H.

Reminds myself to never get sick again....

I'm not a gynecologist . . . but I'll take a look.

Probably learned to be a handyman by watching " Tool Time ".

He's probably still qualified to be Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street.

He's still qualified to be head of CTU.

So ... this is whut we can expect if/when "Health Care Reform" happens in the USofA? Nationalized health care apparently causes the brain to cease functioning in a reasonable and logical manner ... (sorry this is not funny ... )

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