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    Lightbulb "Ah" blood type and neurons

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    Hey, look up at the top of the VMD title bar. Do you see the new SGU ads? If not i have pasted them below:
    1. Ah blood type is so rare itís only found in a dozen people.
      Even rarer is the globally focused medical education only found at St. George's University.
    2. The networks of the human body resemble...... the network of St. George's doctors working worldwide.
    Does anyone actually remember learning about Ah blood type in pathology or immunology, or any class at SGU? Funny how they mention something in their ad that they don't even teach! Sounds like the PR dept. needs to talk to a course director.

    But atleast they got rid of that old one about preparing doctors for a changing/smaller world.





    Ok, so lets start a contest. Who can make the best parody of the new SGU ads? (be careful. I'm positive there is a huge board in bayshore where VMD usernames are matched with our actual names.) I'll start.
    Ah blood type is so rare itís only found in a dozen people.
    Even rarer is the customer service you'll find at Cable and Wireless.
    The networks of the underground railroad resemble...... the network of the SGU rumor mill.
    The organization of a Chineese fire drill resembles..... the organization in Bayshore. (NOTE: That's tongue and cheek, Charlie, *****, John, Ann, and the Steves :-))
    (I think there are some great tshirt designs to be made here, so i'll work on that when i get a chance.)
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    here's one

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    funny that in immuno now they are teaching on blood typing and such
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    Hmm... can pending students play? I just saw an ad:

    "Disease lives in a world without borders...
    Intestinal parasites live in a wrap without refrigeration."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishie1013 View Post
    Hmm... can pending students play? I just saw an ad:

    "Disease lives in a world without borders...
    Intestinal parasites live in a wrap without refrigeration."
    I'll add to Ishie's

    Disease lives in a world without borders...
    Roundworms and cutaneous larval migrans live at Grand Anse Beach

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    Quote Originally Posted by drnick07 View Post
    Hey, look up at the top of the VMD title bar. Do you see the new SGU ads? If not i have pasted them below:
    1. Ah blood type is so rare itís only found in a dozen people.
      Even rarer is the globally focused medical education only found at St. George's University.
    2. The networks of the human body resemble...... the network of St. George's doctors working worldwide.
    Does anyone actually remember learning about Ah blood type in pathology or immunology, or any class at SGU? Funny how they mention something in their ad that they don't even teach! Sounds like the PR dept. needs to talk to a course director.

    they do - its bombay blood
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    i noticed and and thought it was odd too. its a rare subtype (indian?)

    ... but not as rare as an sgu scholarship


    Quote Originally Posted by drnick07 View Post
    Hey, look up at the top of the VMD title bar. Do you see the new SGU ads? If not i have pasted them below:
    1. Ah blood type is so rare itís only found in a dozen people.
      Even rarer is the globally focused medical education only found at St. George's University.
    2. The networks of the human body resemble...... the network of St. George's doctors working worldwide.
    Does anyone actually remember learning about Ah blood type in pathology or immunology, or any class at SGU? Funny how they mention something in their ad that they don't even teach! Sounds like the PR dept. needs to talk to a course director.

    But atleast they got rid of that old one about preparing doctors for a changing/smaller world.





    Ok, so lets start a contest. Who can make the best parody of the new SGU ads? (be careful. I'm positive there is a huge board in bayshore where VMD usernames are matched with our actual names.) I'll start.
    Ah blood type is so rare itís only found in a dozen people.
    Even rarer is the customer service you'll find at Cable and Wireless.
    The networks of the underground railroad resemble...... the network of the SGU rumor mill.
    The organization of a Chineese fire drill resembles..... the organization in Bayshore. (NOTE: That's tongue and cheek, Charlie, *****, John, Ann, and the Steves :-))
    (I think there are some great tshirt designs to be made here, so i'll work on that when i get a chance.)
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    "Much like a small whisper on Grenada influences the rumor mill all over the world."

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephew View Post
    i noticed and and thought it was odd too. its a rare subtype (indian?)

    ... but not as rare as an sgu scholarship
    ZING! Steph's not pulling any punches lol.

    Here's mine:

    "Ah blood type is so rare it is found in less than a dozen people.

    Even rarer is the universally craptastic internet service campus wide.

    St George's University-Think Carrier Pigeon"
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