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Old 04-23-2009, 01:40 PM   #21
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Or manually evacuating an impacted bowel.
That's what nurses are for. The doc just stands behind the blast radius.
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Old 04-23-2009, 01:42 PM   #22
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Already this flies in the face of reality. Who is having more fun, a 20 year old college student essentially living in a harem, or a 20 year old plumber living in a sewer?
I don't know - if I recall correctly, I was knee deep in $hit as a 20 year old college student.
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. . . a 20 year old college student essentially living in a harem . . .
Not if it was my college.
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Not if it was my college.
To be fair, the word was "college" and not "service academy".

Dang. I knew I should've saved my bumper sticker: "USNA. The Un-college."
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