Ranking: 2.60 / 55
A specialist is someone who knows more and more about less and less until he knows everything about nothing.
A General Practitioner is someone who knows less and less about more and more until he knows nothing about everything.
A pathologist is someone who knows more and more about everything until he knows everything about everything. But, too late.
Thanks to: Gene B - Hickory Hills - Illinois - USA.
rec.:Apr/2/2008 pub.:May/8/2008 sent:Aug/24/2009
Ranking: 2.19 / 113
A new nurse listened while the doctor was yelling, "Typhoid! Tetanus! Measles!"
The new nurse asked another nurse, "Why is he doing that?"
The other nurse replied, "Oh, he just likes to call the shots around here."
Thanks to: Dave F.
rec.:Jun/20/2000 pub.:Jun/20/2000 sent:Jun/20/2000
Ranking: 2.24 / 101
A man goes to an optician asking for help about his shortsightedness.
The optician invites the man to go outside the shop, points to the sun and asks the man what that is. The man somewhat stunned replies obviously: that’s the sun! Thereafter the optician asks: but how far do you want to see?
Thanks to: Robert Kukenheim - Zellik/Brussels - Asse - Belgium
rec.:Jan/24/2011 pub.:Feb/13/2011 sent:Aug/24/2011
Ranking: 2.97 / 32
A man was feeling terribly out of sorts and decided to go to the doctor so
he made an appointment and showed up the next day. After the doctor
examined the man, the doctor invited him into his office for the
consultation. The doctor came into the room with three different bottles of pills.
The doctor told the man to take the red pill in the morning with a big glass
of water, the blue pill in the afternoon with a big glass of water and the
green pill in the evening with a big glass of water.
The man, terribly shocked at the amount of pills he had to take asked the
doctor what in the world was wrong with him.
The doctor replied, "You aren't getting enough water."
Thanks to: Peter Prestipino - USA.
rec.:Apr/18/2000 pub.:Apr/18/2000 sent:Apr/18/2000