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Aristus

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Gender: Male
Hometown: Puyallup, Washington
Member since: 2001
Number of posts: 38,742

About Me

I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

Journal Archives

Feeling no pain. (Except emotionally...)

...

A musical expression of nobility, IN MEMORIAM...

"Under the wide and starry sky, dig the grave and let me lie...

Glad did I live and gladly die
And I lay me down with a will;

And this be the verse you grave for me:
'Here he lies where he longed to be
Home is the sailor, home from sea
And the hunter home from the hill' "

- Robert Louis Stevenson

Raising a glass to pinboy3niner...



Just did a couple of shots in his honor...

Scored a day off today. Just chillin'...



I'm on my second cup of vanilla hazelnut...

Friday Night Moscow Mule Buzz. Talk to me.

Please...

I love you all...

Just did an ingrown toenail excision. It went off (or should I say 'came off'?) without a hitch.

Nice way to end the workweek.

The patient came in thinking she was going to have to get a referral to podiatry, and have a few more days of pain to deal with.

"No problem" I said. "I'll take care of it."

My assistant had only helped out with this procedure once before, and was worried how she was going to do. She nailed it. Excuse the expression.

For right now, at least, life is good...

"Re-accomodation" has been around for a long time, evidently...

Anyone remember Title and Author? Joke book titles with the appropriate joke author names?

Twenty Miles To The Outhouse by Willie Maykit.

The Yellow River by Betty Wont.

Clinical Urology by I. P. Freely.

I Fell Off the Cliff by Eileen Dover.

Anyone have any others?

Friday Night Wine Buzz. Ask me anything.

Interesting day in clinic. I worked in our mainstream clinic today in place of my supervising physician, who is on vacation.

Busier than the homeless clinic right now.

I visited with two transgender patients today. That's a pretty rare occurrence. One was female transitioning to male. He seemed relieved to be able to visit with a sympathetic provider. I referred him at his request to transgender counseling, which seems to be a requirement for anyone considering gender re-assignment surgery.

Interesting day. It was good to practice medicine again, instead of sitting around twiddling my thumbs.

Hello to all my Lounge friends.

I love you all...



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