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Old 01-10-2009, 02:35 PM   #33141
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That would get you 60 points in scrabble.
http://www.solfire.com/scrabble/inde...Funct=Score+Me
Your sig would get you 154 points.
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Old 01-10-2009, 03:12 PM   #33142
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I wonder what a Communist Party is like? Do you have to wear red?
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Old 01-10-2009, 03:24 PM   #33143
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That would get you 60 points in scrabble.
It's 5 more points than "xerox machines are excellent"! Cool!
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Old 01-10-2009, 04:15 PM   #33144
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Plato and Aristotle were misogynistic paederasts.
They hated women foot doctors?
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Old 01-11-2009, 05:06 AM   #33145
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Whatever.
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As I recall, it was a horror film.
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It certainly sounds horrible, though I can't vouch for the whole horror thing.
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Why don't they make TV shows like Northern Exposure anymore. Men in Trees had the same premise. but not the dynamics
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Did I mention how much I abhor the Twilight series?
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Funnily enough, I've just been reading the plot synopses for the whole series of those books.

Which I've never read, and, on the basis of what I've read, have precisely no intention to.
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:23 PM   #33151
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... but always remember to keep your left eye on the man sitting at the table nearest the entrance of the restaurant who has the birthmark on his eyelid - he cannot be trusted, see - and then put the oven on to gas mark...
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By any chance, have you got a line on any good physics books yet, Rob?
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You know what isn't a good physics book? Twilight.
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Sorry, I completely forgot (I got rather too distracted, I'm afraid). I'll get onto that tomorrow.

In other news, I'm expecting a letter in the next couple of days from University College London, to confirm that they've accepted me onto the Medicine course from this September.

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Thanks. And congratulations on that.



But seriously, why would one want to be a doctor? There's good pay in it, but I've been in one too many doctor's offices to ever see any appeal in the profession. Annoying sick people, that's what you've got to look forward to.

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In other news, I'm expecting a letter in the next couple of days from University College London, to confirm that they've accepted me onto the Medicine course from this September.

Hopefully-Doctor-to-be Lacey is in.
Ooh, that's exciting! Which field of medicine are you most interested in today? I'm sure it might change during the years of studying, but I'm nevertheless curious to know what you aim for today.

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But seriously, why would one want to be a doctor? There's good pay in it, but I've been in one too many doctor's offices to ever see any appeal in the profession. Annoying sick people, that's what you've got to look forward to.
Oh come on Gil! A good doctor makes all the difference.

And that comes from a mum who has spent quite a lot of time in hospitals with her daughter.
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Besides, what could be more fun than the act of annoying someone who's ill?
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Ahem, I asked you a polite question Robert.

Already using Dr House-manners I see.
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I'd like to point out, that at least in Germany there is no such thing as having to swear the hypocratic oath.


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