How 10 Years Of Medical Training Has Finally Become Useful

1. The art of diagnosis.

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Diagnosis: Terminal datedness with chronic shodiness.

2. A rational treatment plan.

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Treatment Plan: Gutting with extreme prejudice. AKA Complete crap resection.

3. Prognosis: Modest profit with or without retained sanity.

4. Management of psychosocial issues: e.g. Though I at times want to hunt down the previous owners and beat them to death with the gouged baseboard molding which they chose to fill with staples. Yes staples. Or at least peer deeply into their eyes in order to fathom what kind of human spirit could make the design choices they made. In the end I am forced to acknowledge that they are children of God, beautiful and flawed as we all must be. And there is no accounting for taste.

5. Follow-up: Stay tuned.

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Published in: on March 9, 2007 at 6:56 pm  Comments (4)  

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4 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. At least the task before you is possible: you don’t have to cure the prior owners, only the house.

  2. If you’re life were a television show, it would be a cross between “This Old House” and “House, M.D.”.

  3. Hey, it’s looking good!

    (singing: lettttt tha sunnnshiiiiine innnnnnn!)

    Keep up the good work. Beware the staple demons.

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