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NYCOM's Porno Pit

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by turtleboard, May 22, 2000.

  1. turtleboard

    turtleboard SDN Advisor

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    All this talk about NYCOM's guano problem has sparked my interest in hearing what you guys think about NYCOM's Porno Pit/Porno Lair.

    "What are you talking about, Tim?"

    For those of you who currently attend or for those of you who interviewed at NYCOM, the building where the admissions office was (the building in the back) housed was pretty ugly on the outside. But imagine yourself back in that building, on your way up in the elevator to the second or third floor for your interview and meeting with Mr. Michael Schaeffer.

    When the elevators door opened, you were greeted by NASTY orange carpeting, a skylight, and wall-to-wall mirrors. It already looks like John Holmes' living room, but then in the center of all that nasty stuff was this depression in the floor -- a pit -- that was put in for who knows what!

    All you current students probably know what I'm talking about. Taking into account the fact that NYCOM was founded in the late '70s when free-sex was still somewhat rampant, I'm not surprised if NYCOM's building plan was switched with John Holmes' private home.

    What do you guys think about OPP, Orange Porno Pit (No, not Osteopathic Principles and Practice)? [​IMG]


    Tim of New York City.

    [This message has been edited by turtleboard (edited 05-22-2000).]
     
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  3. Hobbes

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    Actually, I have seen the original plans for the second and third floors. The "depressions" as you call them were actually suppose to be very functional. Originally, they were suppose to be filled with either mud or jello and used as wrestling pits. That was the original way of settling debates between faculty and students. So instead of appealing a grade, all you had to do was issue a challenge to the faculty of your choice.

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  4. Liquid_Tension

    Liquid_Tension Senior Member

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    Hahahahaah!!!! This is TOO FUNNY!!!

    -Your most soluable Liquid
     
  5. wolf

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    hahah you've got to be kidding bout thhose "fighting pits"

    seriously though, how do u like nycom?
     

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