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- Meet Dr. Wonderful. Moser, Scott E.; Dorsch, John // Family Practice Management;Sep2005, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p68
This article presents a humorous account of what a doctor should be for his patients. The author's got thinking about Dr. Wonderfull dolls and what they might look and sound like. They should look healthy and fit, but nerdy enough to reassure everyone that they studied a lot in school instead of...
- So you want to be a doctor, eh? Embil, John M.; Spence, David C. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/15/98, Vol. 159 Issue 12, p1507
Mentions humorous medical theories on medical practice that seem to be in effect more often than not. Suggestion that the urgency with which a person must enter the hospital is inversely proportional to the distance that person will have to park from the entrance.
- To boldly go: We have to look beyond the Simpsons for a true medical hero. Yeo, Michael // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/15/98, Vol. 159 Issue 12, p1476
Presents a humorous look at the malaise affecting Canada's physicians as an identity crisis that has been brought about by role uncertainty and anxiety about the future of medicine. Mention of television physicians as potential role models.
- Auto show lovelies hear Bronx cheers. // Automotive News;4/20/2009, Vol. 83 Issue 6356, p42
The article highlights the comments made by the New Yorkers during the auto show in the New York City. Seeing the electric car Dodge Circuit, from Chrysler Corp., an accountant Donald Han, asked the presenters how they are able to develop a car before bankruptcy. Another woman accused General...
- Just for fun. // Malakoff News (TX);7/7/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 27, p9
Several jokes are presented including a couple mentioning itself to be insurance agents to avoid visitors, a girl copying her mother's make-up and a husband commenting on his married life.
- WHITE'S Wagging Tongue. // Stonewall County Courier (Aspermont, TX);6/19/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 31, p5
Several jokes are presented including one about a jigsaw puzzle, another about jury selection, and another about punishment for lying.
- A Connecticut Yankee on the Jersey Turnpike. Bing, Stanley // Fortune;9/4/2000, Vol. 142 Issue 5, p103
Offers a satirical look at modern life in the United States from the perspective of a 19th century Connecticut Yankee. View that the world in the 21st century is a noisy and distorted place; The author's horror as he crossed the New Jersey Turnpike into New Jersey.
- THIS MODERN WORLD. TOMORROW, TOM // Missoula Independent;5/2/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 18, pC12
The comic strip "This Modern World" is presented.
- Bad business. kennedy, A. L. // Prospect;Dec2011, Issue 189, p28
The article focuses on a sense of humor's historical progress.