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September 20, 2006


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Click on the Caberet, old chums. Oh, to have been a fly on the wall in the Senate chamber. When you listen to Durbin and Reid, it's that much more lethal. No wonder Geiger imagines that Frist might be making a note to himself, "do not ... bring ...toothpick ... to a knife fight."


It's because we Democrats love our country and Constitution so well that we are not going to roll over. Your senator Frist very greatly underestimates the outrage.


(Mum's the word.)


I'm tired. Can I take a nap on your lap?


A step-by-step guide to assembling your very own junior doctor from the most basic of ingredients. Requires ~6 years free time; always ask an adult for help with the scalpel.

About Me

The Hippocratic Oaf is currently studying in the UK to become a doctor. He reports on the lengthy and improbable process by which medical practitioners are made.

As someone once told me about insurance agents, "We train them like doctors; we take them down to the emergency room and let them kill a few." Same is true of satirists. "First do no harm" is for physicians. We satirists are trained more like CIA Interrogaters under the Alernative Procedures: first do a little harm, then more and more, until the patient finally expires of natural causes. At least with satire, the victim dies laughing.

Remember to breath.

True christian manhood is unimpugnable.

In a rather circumscribed way, yes.

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