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We should meet up sometime!
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Man, you guys should see some of the crazy surgeries I get to watch at work. Full thoraco-lumbar scoliosis fusions, crazy oncology and spine tumor surgeries, etc. I saw an arm amputation a few weeks ago and a few months ago I watched a tumor revision surgery for a guy who also had scoliosis. That surgery took a total of like 16 hours...

And of course, the attending surgeon was at work at 6 or 7 the next morning after leaving the operating room at 2 am. I have no idea how he does it.

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:sarcasm:

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made some phresh 501 cut offs. just need to cop some more floral t-shirts and some birkenstock jesus sandals and i'll be so ready for spring summer. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Man, you guys should see some of the crazy surgeries I get to watch at work. Full thoraco-lumbar scoliosis fusions, crazy oncology and spine tumor surgeries, etc. I saw an arm amputation a few weeks ago and a few months ago I watched a tumor revision surgery for a guy who also had scoliosis. That surgery took a total of like 16 hours...


And of course, the attending surgeon was at work at 6 or 7 the next morning after leaving the operating room at 2 am. I have no idea how he does it.

random surgery thoughts
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Anyone have any experience with Brooklyn Tailors shirts, particularly sizing? I'm guessing 3/M would be ok in the chest and shoulders but short in the sleeves and maybe the body, while 4/L would have enough sleeve length but fit pretty boxy in the body.

I've only owned one shirt from them in 2/S and it was tiny, I felt like it was more an XS than an S.
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Thanks. Looks like I missed the one I was eyeing, but I reckon I'm doing ok in terms of shirts for the moment.
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Ive had a bunch of their shirts, In my experience it varies by the fabric. Oxfords fit a little shorter than the other shirts, and the thicker brushed fabrics a bit slimmer. Most fit pretty tts and slightly short.
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surgery craziness is a quality derail

at least you can't have big half-informed arguments about it
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yeah frank gallagher got dupped in surgery yesterday
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How much do you tip your surgeon?
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

How much do you tip your surgeon?

 

Usually with a vertebrae or two.

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if your feeling baller a kidney, otherwise tonsils
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depends--is it an outpatient procedure?
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i found an eg bomber on rakuten for only $107 that was in p good condition and was waiting until i received a refund for something i ordered and it sold so i'm kicking myself. i think more so cause i didn't need to wait to order it like i had more than enough money in my account, i just wanted to.  ~sigh~

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Originally Posted by fistinyoface View Post

They're coming close to being played out (he's peaking hard now) and they're grossly overpriced. The fabric isn't as 'luxe' as his contemporaries and neither is the tailoring.

Thank yourself for avoiding the tail end of an internet hype machine. For reference, here's the SZ search cloud:



All good points. I've heard some stories about the shoddy construction, buttons falling off, pockets ripping, etc... TBH I don't care about PH the brand, some days I just want to look like a 19th century peasant.
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