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August 17, 2020 2:57 pm
Sudanese Medical Punmanship
So, you know, you guys gave me the medical term today, so speaking of medical, you know, Ed, I'm sure you won't be shocked to learn. I'm sure you won't be shocked to learn. That said, OK. You know, Dorothy from Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Yeah. Don't read lips. That's her. Well, her medical instructor. You didn't know she had one, but he was the wizard of gauze.
You could laugh to Barbara, groan or do something on the ground. Yes, he was there in the Nuba area.
By the way, you know, Matt told me that the nurses in the new hospital, they call the shots all the shots.
I got that.
And, you know, there is a small problem with the medical library there where this new hospital and these things happen. Now, the doctors keep taking out all the appendixes.
Can't read the book. Oh, no.
And, you know, I don't know if it's like this in the States, but the Newbon pediatricians or their doctors with, you know, very little patients.
And you put that together a minute, Bob, and it's making out windows and see the Cronshaw man to get this corn.
And I'm going to tell you that the Sue Damien is that we said today. People say blacks and Sudanese there. You guys do that. The Sudanese people, they never argue with the Newbon doctors.
You know why? Why they have inside information. I get it. I learned how to say movie. No, you didn't.
Well, I'm sort of a newbie. What do you think the Sudanese, Sudanese yet educational say you do at the end of all that?
I would actually and I do have a Bible written for so long, the eyes, my idea of medical. So which proverb in the Bible? It's actually about medicine and you should take it to heart. Which proverb in the Bible is actually about medicine and you should take it to heart.