By Anonymous - 31/10/2013 20:42 - United Kingdom - Leicester
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Might I suggest 1) suing and 2) getting a new doctor.
#31.... if you obviously know they won't win...why suggest to OP to waste their time and money on lawyers and court sessions? You can't sue someone for joking and I highly doubt any doctor wants their license revoked for malpractice. Which mind you it takes years to achieve that medical standard. They aren't going to try and blow off their careers for stupidity. (At least I would hope that most wouldn't want to). So just for future reference suing isn't always the answer.
Then I'll sue you for misspelling "ellipsis" (or using the plural form). :) Then I'll sue myself for not using the ellipsis correctly for my entire life. I just looked it up, and there are supposed to be spaces on either side of the ellipsis or between the dots. I just learned something!
In medical school he worried about passing as a surgeon, but he made the cut. That was bad.
To answer your question: NO. IT WASN'T ME. (but I've totally said almost this exact thing)