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Monday, December 20, 2010

Which is brighter...

Rudolph's nose or winter morning sun glare? Have you been blinded by the sun on morning outing to work or errands? The sun is lower and therefore more intensive to view. A few tips to help you enjoy the beauty of this season without the pain. Anti-reflective coatings on your glasses work wonders as do tinted glasses and Transition lenses. Don't stay inside just go out the right way.

Today's Chuckle:
Q: What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?
A: Frostbite.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

ECSC Holiday Party

"The weather outside is frightful...." but spending time with friends always warms the soul.
Last night we all enjoyed our 2010 holiday party hosted by the "Fab Four" docs. Lots of laughter, dancing and fun was had by all. Our MC for the evening was our fearless leader, Philip Borker who added the perfect mix of celebration and introspection. Happy Holidays to all.
Today's Chuckle:

If athletes get athletes foot, what do astronauts get?


Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Today's Chuckle:

Three doctors were driving together to the hospital when they had an accident and all three died. They found themselves in front of the Pearly Gates, with St. Peter there shaking his head.

"Gentlemen, I'm afraid Heaven is full - we just don't have room for you here," said St. Peter. "But, St. Peter, surely you recognise me!" the first doctor exclaimed. "I developed the DNA theory, and have helped improve millions of lives through my work." St. Peter shook his head, thinking, and finally said, "You're right, we just have to let you in. Come on -- we'll make room somehow."

"And I know you recognise me, St. Peter," the second doctor said. "I developed the MRI, and because of my machine, millions of people with medical problems are helped." Again St. Peter is moved. "Yes, come on in. Surely you deserve to be here, too," he replies.

Finally, the last doctor pipes in, "St. Peter, You must also know me -- I'm the doctor who developed HMOs." To this St. Peter only hesitates a moment, and then replies, "Yes, you, too, have a place in Heaven -- but you can only stay 3 days."