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New avatar, maybe. Maintaining inverted theme???

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Vernon t, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. My little avatar is a snippet from a larger panorama done on a whim.



    Maintaining the inversion theme...also a whim...I'm considering this one:
    I'm 100% sure our medical staff(staph?) bylaws contain absolutely no language addressing or forbidding headstands in OR's.

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  2. eng45ine


    May 11, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    Vern...no way to top that one...YOU WIN!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
  3. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005

    Can you grab me a 7/16's out of the stack-on over there? :) 

    Cool shot!
  4. Vern, you're a nut! But I love the shot! :) 
  5. marc

    marc Guest

    needed to get permission, for avatar
  6. Get they doctor off the morphine! haha!

    Makes me think what the OR staff was doing prior to my ankle surgery...even worst during my surgery!
  7. TheKO


    May 3, 2005
    Tampa, FL
    Makes you wonder who in the OR is on drugs?
  8. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005

    As others have already said; you are nutz. I love it.... :lol:

    Jonathan, best avatar yet.

    Marc, I had always assumed that you were a guy. If you are, then that is one Hell of a disguise.... 8)

    What a bunch of maroons.... :p 
  9. No drugs...unless you count caffeine.

    This is where we do cesarean sections...(AKA vaginal bypass surgeries).

    The public criticizes us for too high a section rate, the plaintiff attorney bite us in the butt for doing to few too late...talk about a rock and a hard place. I feel like the whitetail deer in the "Far Side" cartoon with the target shaped birthmark on his chest.

  10. marc

    marc Guest

    definitely, all male

    thought avatar, was to help others id you, or know something about you

    i wake up to that . :roll:
  11. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005

    Works for me. :wink:
  12. I like it. I'm a little concerned you're allowed to touch the sharp tools. :D  :lol: :D 
  13. Very funny.... and well done.
  14. You and my partners...concerned, that is!

    Just doing my part to dispel the myth of the stodgy old middle-aged doctor.
    I'm chief of staff. It's an unpaid elected position. What'r they gonna' do impeach me? :shock:
  15. Leigh


    Feb 19, 2005
    Not to hijack this post, but this is where I, as a female (of childbirthing experience) stands on the whole C-section debate....(you brought it up, so I'm putting my 2 cents in for what it's worth, or not as the case may be...):

    My first child was a vaginal birth...I had an episiotomy and was rather uncomfortable for a while, but I got over it...Heck, I had a beautiful, healthy happy baby boy. What did I have to be upset about?!
    (he was 21"long and weighed in at 8 lbs 7oz at full term.).

    My second child (born 14 months later) was a planned C-section due to a stubborn baby deciding to flip upside down 6 days before he was due!!! I was told by my DR. that it's really uncommon for this to happen this late in the pregnancy, but who am I to argue with a baby?! I was terrified of going in for the C-section, but in the end, the result was the same, I came away with a beautiful, healthy happy baby boy. (this one was was 20" long and weighed in at 8lbs 4 oz at full term).

    My point? The C-section wasn't my first choice and given the chance again it won't be. I'd much rather go the other route, but for the safety of my baby, I'll put my fears aside and go w/the C-section if that's what you professionals tell me is what's best. Keep up the good work and keep delivering pretty babies!

    As a side note....I like the idea for your new avatar....gives us a better feel for "WHO" you are....the kid pic is cute....the one in the OR is....HILARIOUS!!!
  16. marc

    marc Guest

    thanks frank

    that is very nice of you, i enjoy your cafe very much

    have been taking photos for quite some time, and always looking for good ideas and help
    in return we , try to help as well

    i have considerable, real world experience and love to share, when i can

    happy shooting


    she's a great lady by the way.
  17. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    And you are one lucky dog.... :wink:
  18. Vern,

    The OR one really tops it...lol...I really got a kick out of it. Now I know what doctors do after a surgery has gone well...lol...
  19. Ruffles


    May 5, 2005
    Rexburg, ID
    I love both pictures! I'm really intrigued with the pano. Care to share how you did it?
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