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48 minutes ago, Chewbacca said:

He clearly said he could not bear waiting for people to realize how good socialism is (lol). Seeing how it unfolded, this was his way of taking action. It is pretty clear. I'm impressed you don't see it.

You’re probably the only person who would take that connection seriously. How would shooting up a bunch of people, one of them being the shooter’s sister, advance socialism in America?

Besides, this is beyond the point.  Who in the Democratic Party is suggesting America should be accept socialism at any cost and that rash action is required?  Is there any real comparison when we compare what a few Democrats say about Democratic Socialism and what the current President of the United States says about immigrants.  If you say there is you’re not being genuine and your opinion shouldn’t be taken seriously  

No serious person other than yourself is connecting one tweet to the actions of the Ohio shooter?  What purpose did the death of his sister serve to further his supposed political ends? 

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3 hours ago, Chewbacca said:

A 20ga or lower shotgun? Certainly. A twelve? Depends. Ten or beyond? Bye bye shoulder

Are you really a surgeon? Your profile says that you're 28, most doctors don't even begin their practices until age 29.  But of course there are exceptions, like Doogie Howser. 

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19 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

Are you really a surgeon? Your profile says that you're 28, most doctors don't even begin their practices until age 29.  But of course there are exceptions, like Doogie Howser. 

Meh.  In the U.S., you can get your college degree by the time you are 21.  Then 4 years of med school puts you at 25.  Then another 4-6 years of residency/fellowships  (where you are actually already operating on people, etc).  So maybe to be considered a "surgeon" you would be around 29-31.  But that doesn't mean you haven't been practicing as a surgeon since you were 25/26. 

And that's just the U.S.

I'd imagine the process could be much more streamlined in other countries.  For example, in many countries you can go right to medical school after certain types of advanced high school degrees.  So starting med school at 18 vs 21 could knock 3-4 years off of the U.S. numbers.

 

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9 minutes ago, Kasanova King said:

Meh.  In the U.S., you can get your college degree by the time you are 21.  Then 4 years of med school puts you at 25.  Then another 4-6 years of residency/fellowships  (where you are actually already operating on people, etc).  So maybe to be considered a "surgeon" you would be around 29-31.  But that doesn't mean you haven't been practicing as a surgeon since you were 25/26. 

And that's just the U.S.

I'd imagine the process could be much more streamlined in other countries.  For example, in many countries you can go right to medical school after certain types of advanced high school degrees.  So starting med school at 18 vs 21 could knock 3-4 years off of the U.S. numbers.

 

That's the exception not the rule.  I don't really care if he is or isn't, it just sounded a bit skewed.

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11 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

That's the exception not the rule.  I don't really care if he is or isn't, it just sounded a bit skewed.

It's not the "exception" lol.  Like you presumed, you can "officially" become a MD by the time you are 28-31 on a very normal timeline in the U.S:  https://study.com/requirements_to_become_a_doctor.html  You've never met a doctor in their late 20's or early 30's?

But that doesn't mean you haven't been "practicing" during your residency/fellowship..which typically starts in your mid twenties.  And in other countries, you can go to med school after certain types of high school degrees...so that would knock a few years off.  

 

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9 minutes ago, Kasanova King said:

It's not the "exception" lol.  Like you presumed, you can "officially" become a MD by the time you are 28-31 on a very normal timeline in the U.S:  https://study.com/requirements_to_become_a_doctor.html  You've never met a doctor in their late 20's or early 30's?

But that doesn't mean you haven't been "practicing" during your residency/fellowship..which typically starts in your mid twenties.  And in other countries, you can go to med school after certain types of high school degrees...so that would knock a few years off.  

 

He intimated in his earlier post that he had removed many tumors and delivered many babies.  It just gave the impression of someone who is older and more experienced. Are you his publicist or something?😄

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Just now, lame ass security said:

He intimated in his earlier post that he had removed many tumors and delivered many babies.  It just gave the impression of someone who is older and more experienced. Are you his publicist or something?😄

:lol:

No man.  But the fact that he could conceivably have done it in the U.S. at his age, makes it even likelier that he could have done it in Brazil.  Just putting 2+2 together.  It's not that far of a stretch, tbh.

 

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3 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

He intimated in his earlier post that he had removed many tumors and delivered many babies.  It just gave the impression of someone who is older and more experienced. Are you his publicist or something?😄

Well, whatever he is there's one thing for certain. With his avid homophobia and rampant projection; he's gaaaAAAY. 

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4 minutes ago, Kasanova King said:

:lol:

No man.  But the fact that he could conceivably have done it in the U.S. at his age, makes it even likelier that he could have done it in Brazil.  Just putting 2+2 together.  It's not that far of a stretch, tbh.

 

Fair enough.

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Again, can we keep the discussion related to the topic?  

Chewbacca can respond but let's end it at that.  

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2 hours ago, lame ass security said:

Are you really a surgeon? Your profile says that you're 28, most doctors don't even begin their practices until age 29.  But of course there are exceptions, like Doogie Howser. 

Ok. I guess I owe you this.

This is me:

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Doing surgeon stuff:

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I'm also an endoscopist (which also means colonoscopy) and gastroenterologist:

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I don't have any photos of me during a delivery, but this is what my C sections look like after I finish them:

 

Spoiler

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This is called intradermal suture. Women here like to compare their c section scars and they take pics of it. This particular pacient was so grateful she sent me the photo. Go figure.

I had a great plastic surgery teacher in residency. He worked with reconstructive surgeries for multilated or burnt patients.

 

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5 minutes ago, Chewbacca said:

Ok. I guess I owe you this.

This is me:

20180403-092724.jpg

Doing surgeon stuff:

IMG-20180511-WA0009.jpg

I'm also an endoscopist (which also means colonoscopy) and gastroenterologist:

IMG-20180408-WA0019.jpg

I don't have any photos of me during a delivery, but this is what my C sections look like after I finish them:

IMG-20180517-WA0001.jpg

This is called intradermal suture. Women here like to compare their c section scars and they take pics of it. This particular pacient was so grateful she sent me the photo. Go figure.

 

You don't owe me anything but I appreciate it.  It's all good, looks like you're doing some great work. Kudos. 

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Okay, now that Chewy's credentials are cleared up, let's keep discussion topic related.  

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18 hours ago, Chewbacca said:

Ok. I guess I owe you this.

This is me:

20180403-092724.jpg

Doing surgeon stuff:

IMG-20180511-WA0009.jpg

I'm also an endoscopist (which also means colonoscopy) and gastroenterologist:

IMG-20180408-WA0019.jpg

I don't have any photos of me during a delivery, but this is what my C sections look like after I finish them:

 

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IMG-20180517-WA0001.jpg

 

This is called intradermal suture. Women here like to compare their c section scars and they take pics of it. This particular pacient was so grateful she sent me the photo. Go figure.

I had a great plastic surgery teacher in residency. He worked with reconstructive surgeries for multilated or burnt patients.

 

goddamit bro. you look like one of them zombies from a chieap B movie or something :lol:

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An update: The Norwegian wannabe mass murderer had stolen the weapons from a family member. He did not have a gun permit himself, even if he was a member of a pistol/shooting club.

And this is how he looked the day after he failed:

Se kildebildet
 

:lol:

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33 minutes ago, SoulMonster said:

An update: The Norwegian wannabe mass murderer had stolen the weapons from a family member. He did not have a gun permit himself, even if he was a member of a pistol/shooting club.

And this is how he looked the day after he failed:

 

:lol:

You sure he isn't some disgruntled ex colleague that happened upon this thread and wanted to cook the numbers a little and make you look a cunt? :lol:

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3 hours ago, SoulMonster said:

An update: The Norwegian wannabe mass murderer had stolen the weapons from a family member. He did not have a gun permit himself, even if he was a member of a pistol/shooting club.

And this is how he looked the day after he failed:

Se kildebildet
 

:lol:

I thought this was the woman who was cast as the new Terminator?

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