Discussion in 'Pharmacy Residencies and Fellowships' started by mustang sally, Nov 29, 2014
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Discussion in 'Pathology' started by anonymous23, 03.17.05.
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Let's start a poll to help people next year.
Why not attach an actual poll? If you go to "edit post" in your original post, you can put one in!
I checked the box asking for a poll, but it did not let me start to create one until after I submitted the post. Besides, people won't be able to start answering for a few hours.
I can vote now because I only ranked one program, and I matched. So there.
Are you related to the PD?
Nah, seriously, congrats to you and everybody else... start packing!
naw, I gambled. hope that luck carries me through in vegas this weekend.
you here yet?
Allow me to reiterate. Go to the Fontana bar at the Bellagio. Seven or eight o'clock is recommended.
But PLEASE stay away from the water fountains!!!
Looks like SDNers did very well. Awesome how many got their #1.
There is direct correlation between being on SDN and getting your #1 Keep this in mind as the 2006 cycle approaches!
I just wanted to say thanks and beeeeeeeg *hugs* to all of you regulars and irregulars alike for providing much entertainment and keeping me sane this last half a year. I look forward to seeing many of you at USCAP next February!
Yay for me!!!
I will probably apply to Minnesota (love the Midwest ) so maybe I will get to meet you next year even though I won't make it to USCAP!
I wanted to echo the above sentiments. I enjoyed chillin' with y'all on SDN, sharing notes and advice, spreading rumors, startin' controversy, spreading good cheer and fun, etc. It's been a wonderful ride, I must say and I'm very happy to see that we've done very well during this competitive year after going down such a long road.
I look forward to us being fellow colleagues in this wonderful field of pathology. It's gonna rock! As we continue onto our respective residency programs, let's definitely keep in touch and hopefully we will all be able to make it to USCAP-New Orleans!
Neat! You wanna do the Mall of America together?
Sounds fabulous. I have never been there!
Me neither. I am told one has to wear sneakers. And that if you spent 5 minutes in each shop it would still take you 8 hours.
I am hoping that means there are shops with clothes that will fit me.
I wear sneakers every day I can get away with it anyway.
It is extremely hard for me to find clothes that fit too (I am tall and fat). Maybe they will have a shoe store there that has size 12 ladies' shoes!!
They must. They can't get away with calling themselves the largest mall in the country otherwise!!
It's an impressive mall. I've been there a bunch of times and there are a lot of unique stores that you won't find elsewhere. It gets really crowded on weekends though, beware!
Guess where I'll be getting my wintertime exercise...?
Anyway, time to head out into that snow!!
Wow - around 9% of the path matches this year are listed in this poll. Not bad!
I have a feeling some people are voting from past years experience, unfortunately.
You're not choosing deschutes over me as a fellow resident, are you?!?!
Absolutely not!! It will take quite a program to tear me away from Iowa.
I heard she was hot for Harvar-DUH.
I don't see what the problem is.
I thought yaah was the attraction at Michigan
my point exactly
We have many benefits here.
One must reap what they sew. But, may one also reap what they have not sewn?
I think it's "sow" and not "sew" but I am not sure. Regardless, I am not sure how this comment relates to the previous one!
I think deschutes will understand it.
no one can stop me now
At first I thought your use of the word "sew" was intentional. So I tried to interpret your reply in that context. I ended up tying myself in a knot.
After the detangling I understand the gist of the sowing... I think
im losing creativity juice
But it was only 11pm!
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