cranial lobotomy

yesterday, the psych students had the pleasure of hearing a speaker on the topic of healthcare in the united states.

a note to all speakers: starting your speech by declaring your history of having a cranial lobotomy is probably not the way to go. meg said, “why should i take advice from a man without a portion of his brain?” all jokes aside….

he was a very intelligent man; however, this is not the forum for great political debate. i made this blog to share my experience with my family and others, not to convince someone that my political views are superior. the only fact of which i hope to convince you is that medical school has it’s frustrations and it’s joys, but despite all my ranting, the joys are some of the most beautiful moments i will have to remember for the rest of my life. 

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