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otolith wrote:So, kinda a cool/neat story. A few years ago, I took out this young, college student's tonsils (not that rare of an occurence). Fast forward to last week...I get an email from said former patient, who is now in medical school, asking if she could shadow me someday.
I guess I think it's cool.
It is cool. Congrats, Doc O. I love it when I find that some of my students have decided to become foreign language teachers. I met two of them last February at a conference.
May our love be like good wine, grow stronger as it grows older. ~ Old English Toast
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Congrats, hugs and all that good stuff. Great to hear that she is doing well. Nuff about her... how are you?
Can't wait til I can see the FB pics when I get home!
Oh and happy belated lab rattage!
Little Vineyards Trio began the slow start to the slippery slope. it was alllllllllll downhill from there!
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Lighter wrote:Take it off list guys. Better yet, count to ten and take it off list.
I get a kick out of it, like they're employed by woot and get a tangible benefit out of doing something TOTALLY VOLUNTARY. To the best of my knowledge no one is getting paid in money or wine or anything for packing rats so who cares if Cat takes a week to put the in there. It's her thread.
"The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it."
– George Bernard Shaw, author (1856-1950)