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Match Week One Drink A Day

Discussion in 'Anesthesiology' started by lfesiam, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    Bloody Mary Monday

    Gin and Tonic Tuesday

    White Russian Wednesday


    Thirsty Thursday

    Franziskaner Friday


    SoCo Saturday


    Sake Sunday
     
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  3. coprolalia

    coprolalia Bored Certified 2+ Year Member

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    Paradise
    Alcoholics Anonymous After
     
  4. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

    How did you know about my AAA membership? It is awesome, my AAA card gets me load of discount - hotels, theme parks, airfare, you name it.
     
  5. fakin' the funk

    fakin' the funk ASA Member 10+ Year Member

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    You do know that the Tuesday of Match Week is St. Patrick's Day right?
     
  6. psychbender

    psychbender Cynical Member Physician 10+ Year Member

    It's schedules like that that make me glad I'm on vacation.
     
  7. fakin' the funk

    fakin' the funk ASA Member 10+ Year Member

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    "IPA from Delaware, California or Oregon" EVERY DAY
     
  8. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    Yea. Crazy week. Add in march madness too.
     
  9. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    Duke unc game was nuts.
     
  10. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    Name ur match week drink :)
     
  11. TheEleventhReel

    TheEleventhReel Dinkin flicka 5+ Year Member

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    May be Newcastle, may be antifreeze.
     
  12. coprolalia

    coprolalia Bored Certified 2+ Year Member

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    Maybe... Cristal... or Hemlock?

    (Nah, it's just the next four years of your life... just the best, most productive, energetic years of your life... that you'll spend being bitched at by 23-y.o. recent nurse grads who think they're smarter than you... 49 y.o. chronic migraineurs stopping you in the hallway in the ER as you're on your way to do a pre-op and asking if you're their doctor and if they can get some more Dilaudid... sitting in a lap chole that was "emergent" at 3:00 AM because the general surgery schmo can't get any block time when the sun is actually traversing the sky... being interupted by that G7P2 20-year-old during the middle of your epidural schpiel to clarify whether or not, after you put the epidural in, it's okay to smoke in the bathroom since she understands she won't be able to go outside [true story]... being instructed by a junior ED resident on the proper way to intubate a trauma patient... being sabotaged by any of the various assortment of "international" faculty who speak english as their third, maybe fourth, language...)

    Hey, look at it this way: the economy is in the sh*tter and you're going to be one of the few gainfully employed, right?

    (I'm not bitter. Really. It's almost over.)

    -copro
     
  13. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    Boy, Copro, that is rough my man. I'll toast to you on almost being done with your residency. :eek:

    For us medical students, this will be one of the happiest time of our lives. cheers to that everyone! :soexcited:
     
  14. TheEleventhReel

    TheEleventhReel Dinkin flicka 5+ Year Member

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    And to top it all off, being asked what a D zero (DO) is (true story).
     
  15. Gimlet

    Gimlet Cardiac Anesthesiologist 10+ Year Member

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    I'll be drinking homebrew, as well as plenty of my namesake cocktail. :D

    Would be drinking a lot more if I weren't on my sub-I right now, but at least it sounds like they're gonna be cool about not making me come in post-match day.
     
  16. G0S2

    G0S2 SDN Angel 10+ Year Member

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    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. By the end of the week I should smell like an oversized hop. :smuggrin:
     
  17. fastosprintini

    fastosprintini Junior Member 10+ Year Member

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    hi copro, do you speak a second language ?
    fasto
     
  18. akpete

    akpete Drinks, anyone? 7+ Year Member

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    Messed up Monday
    Trashed Tuesday
    Wasted Wednesday
    Thirsty Thursday
    F**ked up Friday
    Smashed Saturday
    Fun Day Sunday
     
  19. Femtochemistry

    Femtochemistry Skunk Works 10+ Year Member

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    God I hate you guys! I wish I can participate in the festivites. However, as I am a medical student in London, we do things differently. Have a krap load of clinical assessments and paper exams over the next 3 months. My life right now is spent seeing patients and late nights in the library...I don't even get a vacation before I start residency (assuming I match :))....yaaa...I should have statyed home for medical school :/
     
  20. NUGasStud

    NUGasStud 2+ Year Member

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    A couple of cases Two Buck Chuck Cabernet?

    No pay check until August 1st.
     
  21. Femtochemistry

    Femtochemistry Skunk Works 10+ Year Member

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    however...If I were drinking, this would be my drink of choice :)

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  22. dutchmaster

    dutchmaster Member 10+ Year Member

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    I'll be drinking my homebrew I made for myself and a few classmates.
    It is called the "Match-Bock," a German style Maibock that will likely pack a punch. Delicious.
     
  23. coprolalia

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    I actually am functionally literate in three languages... four, if you count ebonics (which is probably considered more a dialect than an actual language, I suppose).

    -copro
     
  24. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    that is awesome man.

    I'm a hoppy guy, love my IPAs.

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  25. fastosprintini

    fastosprintini Junior Member 10+ Year Member

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    that's rather impressive copro, how come the you seem to look down on people who actually speak english as their second(3rd , 4rth ) language , shouldn't you admire them?
    fasto
     
  26. dutchmaster

    dutchmaster Member 10+ Year Member

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    Mmmm...IPAs
    Bridgeport by the way is amazing. I had it for the first time on the interview trail.
     
  27. lfesiam

    lfesiam Regional Guy for Hire! 10+ Year Member

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    I agree. I love how they have the bakery built-in there. I also love the ESB! After my month in Portland, my threshold for beer quality and taste sky-rocketed. Not a heavy drinker but I love the taste of hop. Just started marinating meat in beer overnight prior to grilling. My secret recipe ---> marinate meat (usually sausages) in a hoppy beer overnight then switch to a pineapple juice brine in the AM----> proceed to the grill in the PM.

    Usually I order the sampler at bridgeport:

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  28. okayplayer

    okayplayer Senior Member Physician 10+ Year Member

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    Awesome beer. My mainstays are Bridgeport IPA, Stone IPA (out of San Diego, and Redhook ESB (from Seattle).

    If you match in Portland, you have to try the Double Mountain beers out of Hood River. Holy **** man. http://www.doublemountainbrewery.com/beers.html

    I just wish I could get them down in AZ where I go to school.
     
  29. Gimlet

    Gimlet Cardiac Anesthesiologist 10+ Year Member

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    Totally awesome. You're making me want to take a match-day roadtrip!
     
  30. dutchmaster

    dutchmaster Member 10+ Year Member

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    You know it man. As Papazian would say; "Relax, don't worry...have a homebrew"
    Gimlet, what's in the fermenter now?
     
  31. Gimlet

    Gimlet Cardiac Anesthesiologist 10+ Year Member

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    Nada, unless you count the gallon of hard apple cider I made last fall just messing around with a spare packet of dry yeast. I've been meaning to bottle it one of these days.

    I just ordered the ingredients for an all-grain American Pale Ale yesterday from Midwest (following a recipe from a recent BYO, for the most part).

    I also talked my wife into letting me get my birthday present early this year so I can brew on my golden weekend at the end of March. I think I'm going to go with a "Bayou Classic" banjo burner and an 11 gal. stainless steel brew kettle, although I need to determine if that will be too much burner for a relatively small diameter stockpot.

    Hopefully my APA will be ready to drink by graduation mid-May. Love the name Match-Bock, btw...very clever!
     
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  32. dutchmaster

    dutchmaster Member 10+ Year Member

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    Nice burner dude. The 200k BTUs will bring things to a boil in no time. I think you'd be alright with that pot, 11 gal capacity is a lot of water to stand up to a boil. Northern Brewer has an 10 gallon "Megapot" for around $115 that is a little wider and very sturdy if you were worried about damaging the pot with your nuclear burner.
     

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