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  1. You know, the more I think about it, the term “ED physician” is kind of sexy … very sexy.
    The fact that you have such a long and complicated explanation, gives you a couple of style points, also.
    In fact, I think I’m going to start a new “let’s call it the ED” petition on my web site.

    BTW, I’m not dead. I’m just moving. (So I wish I was dead.) But my new ER should revive me.

    (Bwwwwaaaaaahahahahaha –
    -WC)

  2. You’d never hear a country bumpkin saying “ED” to refer to the “ER” because everyone would get confused and start calling him Larry Limpdick.

    • Good point. Let’s change our language so we don’t hurt the feelings of country bumpkins.
      You make me want to vomick.

  3. I think you’re a fabulous choice for “Dr. June”!

    Well-spoken (that is, written), always interesting, and committed family man. What’s not sexy about all that?

    I don’t think it’s crazy to call it an ‘ED’. But I still revert to habit and say ‘ER’.

    Enjoy!

  4. I just want to add to my previous response in MbA’s comments..I also crack up that you get riled up and start walking and raising up on your toes.

    I think if I worked with you I’d occasionally want to get a little pool going for which one is likely to bring that trait out. 😉

    I was on the deck by the pool today and I almost drank a BUG today… a big…okay… medium brown one. Had the cup almost to my lips ready to take a gulp.. good thing I looked or I would’ve swallowed it. Freaked me out..just a little but then I began to get amused..as I am grinning now… because I thought of that twangy voice of yours singing “I’m goin to the ED” and Imagined you singing…*I almost drank a BUG today* and then heard your musical sound effects. That song is stuck in my head. :)

  5. I just listened to your recording… OMG!If this is not raw talent, I don’t know what is. You should take Mottsapplesauce offer. 😀

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