The Friday Post #31: A Collection of Errors, Pimping, Anatomical Knitting and One Classic Music Video
April 24, 2009
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Here’s the Friday Post #31 for Apr 24 2009.
First: A funny collection of One Hundred 404 Error Screens from the blog of Francesco Mugnai. I especially liked the guy with the long ponytail in the red cowboy bikini and the thigh-high leather boots (you know, the one holding the .357 magnum). In fact I think it may be Sean Connery.
Next, more Anatomical Knitting found on BoingBoing, a Dissected Froggy:
Photo Credit: Courtesy of BoingBoing.com – All rights reserved – Copyright 2009
Do Not Sulk or Cry
” Students who answer incorrectly should not become overly discouraged. Attendings rarely remember students who give wrong answers (especially to difficult questions); they often remember those who lose their composure. “
Excerpt from “The Art of Pimping” by Alan Detsky, MD – published in JAMA, Vol. 301 – issue 13, p. 1379-1381 (April 1 2009)
DB’s MedRants – and many other physician-bloggers – have already blogged about this article. Life in the Fast Lane wrote a multi-part post about pimping. Funny and cruel.
Exams are finally wrapped up for awhile (after ten difficult days for the students), so get jiggy with Will Smith for a minute because 3.7 million views on YouTube can’t be wrong, and besides, those Egyptians are very handsome :
Video credit: http://www.youtube.com – All rights reserved – Copyright 2009
And that’s the Friday Post for Apr 24 2009, folks. Enjoy our beautiful planet this weekend.