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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 22, 2007 6:50:00 AM   
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Wags, are you talking to me?!? You did NOT delete my email address! Did you? Here, let me give you a hint... in your To: area... just begin typing SJ and my email address will just magically appear! Your computer isn't going to just toss me out and forget me! ;)

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 22, 2007 12:56:00 PM   
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so are u saying there are provacative pictures in your hand out to this class??...

being a physician, we know you've seen it, done it, heard it all...but some of these kids might be scared of such things :( .....but an oreo will bring them out of their gaze :eek:

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 22, 2007 4:58:00 PM   
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I would love a copy of the PP.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 22, 2007 6:16:00 PM   
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I believe that Wags is insinuating that he desires provocative pictures from me :p Wags, you are SOOO bad!!! Didn't I send you a photo of my a**? LMAO That wasn't enough to qualify for my email address to stay in your address book? Wags, your standards are set way too high! ;) Just WAY too high!

Tom, I haven't created the cool PP part yet because apparently Wags is just sitting around dunking oreos and deleting email addresses because he has set high standards for what is deemed as provocative. LMAO

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 24, 2007 12:37:00 AM   
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Yes, my standards are high...
what did you think of the presentation?

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 24, 2007 3:10:00 PM   
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Excellent lecture. Slide 3 and 83 were the same slides and I'm not sure if slide 54 was missing an image or not. Thanks for the info.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 25, 2007 10:28:00 AM   
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Wags... I have some work to do on it. I can tell that you need to have the Oreo Toss implemented right into that presentation. :) I'll work on it for you. ;)

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 25, 2007 11:35:00 AM   
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SJ, don't make it too soft and fluffy...this is ALOT of material and these guys have about 90 minutes for ALL of this pathology. This is a month of lecture material in 90 minutes, so it is pretty watered down. But what you have added is really good.

By the way...milk gives me gas.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 25, 2007 12:47:00 PM   
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Wags... geesh, all you'll have to do is talk and click... :) Remember, an image says a 1,000 words. "Soft and fluffy" LMAO :) Is that your real interpretation? Trust me... you'll have them sitting there wondering what is next!

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 25, 2007 2:16:00 PM   
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I am hard core.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 25, 2007 7:42:00 PM   
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I can't believe you said "soft and fluffy" - it doesn't have the feel of a kitten or the lightness of a cotton ball! Are you trying to offend me?? I included my a** just for you! ;) Don't go deleting that slide either! It has a perfect location after AMI risk factors. LMAO

Trust me though... I presented some really, really dry stuff - outcomes to nurse case managers and they were fully attentive... and last year at the combined section meeting, I believe the listeners were entertained. I had questions afterward as to how I did certain effects. LOL

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 26, 2007 12:36:00 PM   
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Doc Wagner, I am curious as well (with regards to the content!) - could you send me the PP? Thanks!
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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 26, 2007 2:58:00 PM   
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SJ, thanks again for the hard work I loved the additions.
The lecture is tomorrow. I have a couple more in 2 weeks.


I can offer those to anyone who wishes.

They are Lab Tests and..uh something else.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 26, 2007 3:02:00 PM   
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has everyone gotten a copy that wanted one...it is currently version 2

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 26, 2007 7:58:00 PM   
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Any time Wags, any time. Presentations are fun. I appreciated the creative opportunity that was extended to me. Did you leave my a** in it?? ;) You should JUST to see if everyone is paying attention! LOL

I found the current evidence of smoking and oxidization of LDL interesting.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 26, 2007 10:06:00 PM   
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Got version one but not version two. Would definitely appreciate any other powerpoints you have to offer. Thanks again.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 27, 2007 2:10:00 PM   
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SJ, your ass was out. Anyone notice she hides behind a veil of secrecy?
JMA, version 2 was the same as one, but with some added graphics.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 27, 2007 4:52:00 PM   
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Wags, you have no balls! None! Pansy!

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 28, 2007 11:53:00 AM   
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Since you offerred, I will take one.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 28, 2007 5:01:00 PM   
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I can't resist...thanks Wags.

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