Angry Doctor

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Chowder is just Chowder

Once in a while angry doc learns important things about life from children and cartoons.

Yesterday, while watching an episode of Chowder with his young nephew, angry doc asked: "What sort of animal is Chowder?"

Rather impatiently, his nephew answered: "Chowder is not some sort of animal; Chowder is just Chowder."

Then, seeing the embarrassment on his uncle's face, he added: "Chowder is a kid."

He obviously gets it.

We should all spend more time watching cartoons with children.

Still around

angry doc is still around, but he is too busy following up on his small victories to post anything substantial.

Still, you can join him in the discussion on the new residency programme over at Singapore MD, where he still drops by occasionally to moderate the comments.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Small victories

It's been a long day, but angry doc is in a good mood.

Important decisions affecting the lives of thousands are often made by one person, but that one person's decision can often be affected by the words and action of a few.

angry doc thinks he made a difference today. In fact, he counts three little victories today.

It's the little victories that keep us fighting.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Most things can be explained.
Some things are harder to explain.
Some things are better left unexplained...

Monday, September 14, 2009

From somewhere else

Something better than what angry doc can come up with all by himself here.

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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Oh my God, the sued Simon!

You bastards!

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Somewhere else

angry doc apologises for not posting for more than a week now.

He is not being lazy, and is in fact continuing the fight to promote scientific thinking over at Mr Wang's blog. Do drop by and have a read (here and here).

Any rumours of angry doc hoping to gain a cut from Mr Wang's advertising income are just vicious lies.


Friday, September 04, 2009

Big World

It seems whenever you attend a gathering where there are a sizeable number of doctors and lawyers people will find that they have common friends or ex-classmates or colleagues.

Invariably someone will exclaim:"What a small world!"

angry doc always laughs to himself when he hears that; the fact is it is a very big world, and no matter where our business, studies or leisure takes us, we will have only seen a small portion of it, and have met only a tiny percentage of the six billion people who live on it.

It's a big world - we just move in small circles.

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Nope... I got nothing