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Old 09-10-2008, 10:51 PM   #11
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Now that was intertaining

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Old 09-10-2008, 11:24 PM   #12
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I do surgery on myself all the time.


Cutting off skin tags, infected hair follicles, cutting out cysts in my feet. I've medically on my own have beat 3 bouts with kidney stones; amazing what water and tons of pain meds can do, along with some repeated kidney punches.

I've glued up cuts that needed stitches, taken out chards of metal and fiberglass that felt none too good.

Tore rotator cuff that never got surgery or an opinion from the medical profession, neck verterbrae so screwed up my left arm was hanging by a thread, 12 visits to a chiropractor beats neck surgery hands down. Recurring bouts of gout I take with stride.

Walked with a bad ankle for weeks, had elbow injuries that some would not work when I did. Viewing life through one eye makes for an interesting drive on sidewalks.

Being nearly impotent gives me a fond appreciation for blood flow to the legs and lower, to be able to walk I take as a genuine gift.
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Old 09-11-2008, 12:06 AM   #13
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I did a job for a cardiologist a while back...
I gave him the bill and he comment that it seemed expensive...
I told him that I gave his drain pipe an angioplasty, then an angiogram and finally a bypass...
He smiled and handed me the card!



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Applies to Doctor's or Lawyer's. When you hand them the bill and they complain about the price .. tell them .. it's ok, I quit my 3rd year into pre-med (pre-law) when I found out .. Plumber's made More !

Wait for the reaction ................

I actually had one Doctor ask me what school I had gone to !?!?! Duh ?

I really like Redwood's reply too !
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Old 09-11-2008, 06:52 PM   #15
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Old 09-11-2008, 08:52 PM   #16
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I did a job for a cardiologist a while back...
I gave him the bill and he comment that it seemed expensive...
I told him that I gave his drain pipe an angioplasty, then an angiogram and finally a bypass...
He smiled and handed me the card!
Ha! I need to try that one!
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