Back in business

May 31, 2018

Many thanks to all of the good folks in the radiology department at the Hemet Valley Medical Center, especially John Yasmer, DO, my partner in crime, and Heather Salzwedel, who did all of the actual work of scanning while the rest of us stood around making oooh and aaah noises.

Further bulletins as events warrant.

6 Responses to “Back in business”

  1. Mike Taylor Says:

    Do I get a bonus point for guessing this was a Hap caudal before seeing the filename? :-)

  2. Matt Wedel Says:

    Hmm. On one hand, I have been dropping some hints, and I know you follow SV-POW! On the other hand, you are forgetful and between grinding axes and getting poopy you’ve had a lot on your mind, so…what the heck, have a bonus point!

  3. Mike Taylor Says:

    Can’t argue with the forgetfulness. But that was one axe that badly needed grinding. Oh, and don’t forget that I’ve also been getting POOPy.

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