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Old 12-06-2012, 03:22 AM   #18391
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Yeah, I know, bodies are like engines one part fails, eventually the rest will follow if it isn't fixed. Just seems like an odd choice to me. I think men who choose to be ob/gyns are strange too... But hey, that's just me...
They do it cuz they can't see it any other way
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They do it cuz they can't see it any other way
That's why it bothers me!
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If there is a traditional hell, i'm fairly sure that some level of it must be a never-ending accounting seminar discussing current tax issues with as much legislation in flux as there currently is. Barf!

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They do it cuz they can't see it any other way
Not true, Marlinman. The doctor that delivered my last child was a very respectful man. Also very involved in his church. I believe he wanted to see babies get the very best start they can by taking care of the Moms and their babies inutero. I think you have to work in the medical field and know some of these doctors as just regular people to understand.

We also had a ob/gyn who took mostly low income women who were on medicaid. He sure wasn't doing it for the money. He offered these women prenatal care that might have been unobtainable for them in other doctor's offices. He knew if he could help deliver healthy babies there would be less cost to 'the system' as these children grew. There are women on public aid through no fault of their own who still need to see ob/gyns to have the best pregnancy possible and a healthy baby.

Cinder, I feel more comfortable going to a male doctor for my gyn exams than a female. I know most women feel differently than I do but I just don't think a woman should be examining my 'private parts' and checking my breasts for lumps. I have been going to my (male) doctor since 1982 and never once did I feel uncomfortable with him. He is a Family Practice doctor and treats me for everything.
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Not true, Marlinman. The doctor that delivered my last child was a very respectful man. Also very involved in his church. I believe he wanted to see babies get the very best start they can by taking care of the Moms and their babies inutero. I think you have to work in the medical field and know some of these doctors as just regular people to understand.

We also had a ob/gyn who took mostly low income women who were on medicaid. He sure wasn't doing it for the money. He offered these women prenatal care that might have been unobtainable for them in other doctor's offices. He knew if he could help deliver healthy babies there would be less cost to 'the system' as these children grew. There are women on public aid through no fault of their own who still need to see ob/gyns to have the best pregnancy possible and a healthy baby.

Cinder, I feel more comfortable going to a male doctor for my gyn exams than a female. I know most women feel differently than I do but I just don't think a woman should be examining my 'private parts' and checking my breasts for lumps. I have been going to my (male) doctor since 1982 and never once did I feel uncomfortable with him. He is a Family Practice doctor and treats me for everything.
I'm not saying it's a bad thing, just seems strange to me, I'm sure they're all really nice people with few exceptions.
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Judge in stainless '' rental but hey ''
Stoger 12ga pump in advantage camo '' kinda ugly but its a decent gun ''
And a ithica 20ga lever single shot ??? who makes up these guns ?
Its all in trade for the labor and parts involved on the chevelle . Not really what I wanted but thats why we have the trade system
Pics of the Ithica single shot lever action? I like odd guns.
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Speaking of such, I ran onto an Ithaca 1911 yesterday while browsing a pawn shop.

The only thing original was the slide and hammer. I'm sure the rust was original too, in a way, but i would call out aftermarket. They wanted 900 for it.

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Pics of the Ithica single shot lever action? I like odd guns.
I had one years ago. Sweet little gun for a youth.
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Pics of the Ithica single shot lever action? I like odd guns.
My grandpas 12 gauge.

Trip- what's the bike? Looks like a dresser with the worlds biggest front fender.

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Speaking of such, I ran onto an Ithaca 1911 yesterday while browsing a pawn shop.

The only thing original was the slide and hammer. I'm sure the rust was original too, in a way, but i would call out aftermarket. They wanted 900 for it.
What year was it made? It sounds like it's overpriced for what it is now.

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My grandpas 12 gauge.

Trip- what's the bike? Looks like a dresser with the worlds biggest front fender.

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