ariyon

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You know when you get old in life
things get taken from you.
That's, that's part of life.
But,
you only learn that when you start losing stuff.
You find out that life is just a game of inches.
So is interviewing for medical school.
Because in either game
life or medical school
the margin for error is so small.
I mean
one sentence too late or to early
you don't quite make it.
One mispronunciation
and you don't quite understand it.
The inches we need are everywhere around us.
They are in every break of interview prep
every minute, every second.

On SDN, we fight for that inch
On SDN, we tear ourselves, and everyone around us
to pieces for that inch.
We CLAW with our finger nails for that inch.
Cause we know
when we add up all those inches
that's going to make the ****ing difference
between WINNING and LOSING
between LIVING and DYING
BETWEEN ACCEPTANCE AND REJECTION!
ITS THE SIX INCHES IN FRONT OF OUR FACES THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!
 

WingedOx

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Let's call it a World Cup hiatus...
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Nah, it's a game of general field position.

More rugby than NFL.
 
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gothicfoxes

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This is what happens when SDN meets Game of Thrones.

You play the app cycle and you get accepted or rejected. There is no middle ground.
 

md-2020

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You know when you get old in life
things get taken from you.
That's, that's part of life.
But,
you only learn that when you start losing stuff.
You find out that life is just a game of inches.
So is interviewing for medical school.
Because in either game
life or medical school
the margin for error is so small.
I mean
one sentence too late or to early
you don't quite make it.
One mispronunciation
and you don't quite understand it.
The inches we need are everywhere around us.
They are in every break of interview prep
every minute, every second.

On SDN, we fight for that inch
On SDN, we tear ourselves, and everyone around us
to pieces for that inch.
We CLAW with our finger nails for that inch.
Cause we know
when we add up all those inches
that's going to make the ****ing difference
between WINNING and LOSING
between LIVING and DYING
BETWEEN ACCEPTANCE AND REJECTION!
ITS THE SIX INCHES IN FRONT OF OUR FACES THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!
This is what happens when SDN meets Game of Thrones.
You play the app cycle and you get accepted or rejected. There is no middle ground.
More like

"When you play a game with meds, you go bat **** crazy or you die"
 

Goro

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Can you do this in a haiku?


You know when you get old in life
things get taken from you.
That's, that's part of life.
But,
you only learn that when you start losing stuff.
You find out that life is just a game of inches.
So is interviewing for medical school.
Because in either game
life or medical school
the margin for error is so small.
I mean
one sentence too late or to early
you don't quite make it.
One mispronunciation
and you don't quite understand it.
The inches we need are everywhere around us.
They are in every break of interview prep
every minute, every second.

On SDN, we fight for that inch
On SDN, we tear ourselves, and everyone around us
to pieces for that inch.
We CLAW with our finger nails for that inch.
Cause we know
when we add up all those inches
that's going to make the ****ing difference
between WINNING and LOSING
between LIVING and DYING
BETWEEN ACCEPTANCE AND REJECTION!
ITS THE SIX INCHES IN FRONT OF OUR FACES THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!
 
H

HCHopeful

Al Pacino is a wizard.
 
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ariyon

ariyon

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This is the al pacino motivational speech premed version...