Madder and badder than the 15th

Sunday, 25 February 2007

It must be my turn

Well I'm buried deep in bloody medical-legal reports. Where else but family medicine/general practice would one be expected to write a comprehensive report (with medicologal ramifications including the potential to end up in court, well no never actually ended up in court yet, dates keep getting deferred, moved courts, dropped, claims accepted etc., but that doesn't mean I still haven't blocked off a half or whole day from seeing patients on that day - sigh) for AUD$57 with a 10% bonus if done within 7 days of the original request!.

Well I saw these wrist bands - I must say they appealed

Bleak Wristbands
All those bright rubber bracelets are so darned positive and life affirming. Don't any of those trendy folks that wear them ever have a bad day? Well, these bracelets are perfect for any day that is less than perfect. Wear one and you could be the tiny storm cloud in someone else's sunny day.

The solution "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers"

If you don't believe me about the moral vacuum of a person who could argue the side of the devil for the turn of a coin* have a read of a A lawyer's interpretation** of shakespeare's famous quote "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers"

Outdone, outplayed, outlasted by lawyers***

* horribly misquoted from the bowels of my memory - even Google can't find it, I think it is something from “Law is a Bottomless-Pit, it is a Cormorant, a Harpy, that devours every thing” by John Arbuthnot

** If you go to the page, did you notice the lovely decor in his rooms? that wouldn't come cheap, image a doctor's office looking like that!

*** Probably outlast cockroaches
Q: What do you call a male lawyer with an IQ of 60 who is wearing a black dress? A: Your honour.


At 25 February, 2007 16:56, Blogger Benedict 16th said...

Oh and thanks to Pharmagossip for the link to the Archie McPhee web site.

At 26 February, 2007 02:27, Blogger Foilwoman said...

Ahem. I'm deeply offended. Not. So sorry the Aussie legal system is as cumbersome (or sounds like it, anyway) as the U.S. legal system. My condolences. Just remember, you have a doctrine of infallibility.

At 02 March, 2007 05:01, Blogger Foilwoman said...

Oh, and I want the Nihilism bracelet. Do they have one for just "deep disgruntlement" or "medium-level misanthropy"?


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