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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

the 36hr shift is alive and well in the surgical rotations (general surgery and OBGYN). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
the medical rotations have adapted and at worst will have a 18hr shift... but usually have a floating 12 hour shift... hence the spill over of tons of medical school grads who now go into things like derma/pedia/ER med/family med ect... the quality of life is so much better during training. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
there's a bit of a stockholm syndrome thing that happens though because when you talk to your friends when they're PGY-1/2 ect they will look back on those days fondly like fucking idiots.
on surgical rotations you're supposed to be promptly subbed out after your shift is over - but you still have to endorse your patients (sit together with the senior residents) while you go over your cases/patients to the incoming shift.... old school endorsements would have a mean consultant there that would shame you for not knowing the tiniest details about a case - even though most of the time you do know, but you're 36hrs sleep/food/shower/rest deprived to answer coherently.
the best part of surgical internships? if you're at the end of a 36hr duty... and you still have a patient that is going into surgery/going into labor/ect you're actually expected to stay with the patient and do the surgery (it teaches you about patient/case ownership).... so that 36hr duty can easily turn into a 48hr duty or even longer once the surgery is over.

do you enjoy looking at strange vajayjays for 36 hours in a row?

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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

Yes. In large part this is why I am not a doctor. That, and the night that the state police rang our doorbell at 3 AM because our phone was off the hook and the hospital needed to reach him.

yowza. i am also not a doc cuz i cant handle the grossies.
post #167 of 547
Wow!! This is so Yech!! Would hate to be a doctor, or a dentist!
post #168 of 547
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Originally Posted by JoeGat View Post

Wow!! This is so Yech!! Would hate to be a doctor, or a dentist!

your posts are truly enlightening. smile.gif
post #169 of 547
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

your posts are truly enlightening. smile.gif

Sir F 2.0
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Sir F 2.0

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

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It's him or Monci.
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post #173 of 547

This is pure win. Whoever wrote this sentence is my hero:
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He said he wasn’t excited over the unwanted attention, but airport guards suspician's were aroused over the appearance of a possible security threat.
post #174 of 547
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post


This is pure win. Whoever wrote this sentence is my hero:
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He said he wasn’t excited over the unwanted attention, but airport guards suspician's were aroused over the appearance of a possible security threat.

I take note without comment that this occurred at SFO.
post #175 of 547
TSA keeping the flying public safe from trouser anacondas.
post #176 of 547
so, on the internet, is his penis like, 6 feet long?
post #177 of 547
SFGate has the money quote:
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Falcon said the delay was mostly amusing to him and only delayed him for about 5 minutes. He said it was the first time his penis had caused a security concern.

“I”ve gone through the (airport scanner) before, and I wasn’t worried,” he said. “What was the worst that was going to happen — I was going to have to whip it out for them? I’m used to that. Sometimes when people ask me about it, if I’m feeling up to it, I’ll just show them.”

Falcon’s penis has been reported as 9.5 inches when flaccid and 13.5 inches when erect, according to Rolling Stone. He has been featured in documentaries on HBO and overseas and has appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He works as a video game journalist and as an actor with small roles in movies and television shows, according to his Internet Movie Database profile.

A spokesman for the TSA at SFO was not immediately available for comment. Falcon said the agents were “professional” about the security check.

It was probably harder on them than it was on me,” Falcon said.
post #178 of 547
HIYO!
post #179 of 547
1919843

No, lower.
post #180 of 547

I can't bilieve that --->11.jpg
 

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