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Do you sign out cases in "Gansta" speak?
I'm neither a pathologist nor a "gangsta" wannabe. I could say, "Awww yeah! I gots me da skills dat fillz da pillz." (Of course that's not really an accurate description of pharmacy.)

I worked in the Hilltop area of Tacoma and am quite proficient in "Hillbonics". For example if a patient says "Ah nee mah high-co-tie-die", they want their hydrochrorothiazide. My favorite is how some people get high as hell and leave indecipherable voice messages left at 3am. Then we all get to pass the phone around to see if anyone recognizes the voice so that we can call them and ask them WTF they were mumbling about on the recorder. Not that that only happens in the ghetto...
 

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Hi, my name is Steve. I come from a rough area. I used to be addicted to crack but now I am off it and trying to stay clean. That is why I am selling magazine subscriptions.
 

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Hi, my name is Steve. I come from a rough area. I used to be addicted to crack but now I am off it and trying to stay clean. That is why I am selling magazine subscriptions.
OMGROFL my guts out.
 

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Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) lives in the "Morningwood Apartments". :laugh:

The set for Chotchkie's is actually the restaurant "the Alligator grille" in Austin, Texas.

The red Swingline stapler that Milton was so afraid of having taken away was never actually manufactured by the Swingline company; it was instead painted red by a crew member in the props department. However, following the movie's success on video as a cult film, the demand for red Swingline staplers (apparently as a symbol of quiet rebellion among cubicle-bound employees) was so great that the company began to sell the red Swingline stapler on its website. :laugh:

After the movie became a cult item, Mike Judge was offered a chance to make a sequel called "Office Space 2: Still Renting". But Judge said that he had been through enough anguish over the first one that he didn't want to put himself through the experience again. :mad:

Began as a short animated skit on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (1975) (episode # 19.3 - 25 September 1993). Directed by Mike Judge, it consisted of Milton and Lumbergh and touched on a few points that appeared in the movie (the stapler, Milton having to move his desk, and him wanting to burn the building down).

Chotchkie's gets its name from the Yiddish word meaning a cheap trinket or knick-knack.

At the party for Tom (Richard Riehle) Drew ('Greg Pitts' ) has a conversation with Peter (Ron Livingston) in which he lists all of the men that have slept with Peter's girlfriend Joanna (Jennifer Aniston). Among those he mentions is David Rennie, the film's editor

The directory that the bank software virus is stored on is "C:/LR427/Virus_CDEF" CDEF is a virus that dates back to 1990. It infects desktop files and can cause system crashes, anomalous behavior, and printing problems. It is obsolete now and was mostly harmless.

On Peter's personnel file, his address is shown to be 191 N. Lamar, Flander, IL 77070. (77070 is actually the zip code for Houston, Texas.) His mother's name is Suzi Gibbons and lives at 11004 Marble Rd., Erie, NY 05452 (actually a Vermont zip code).

Mike Judge appears in a cameo as Stan, Joanna's boss at Chotchkie's. He's listed in the credits as "William King."
 
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Thanks JAMMAN, those are some interesting Office Space facts....


FOR ME TO POOP ON!!!!!!!



You want a good movie?!! SuperTroopers. Best movie ever made.

I'm freaking out man!!!!
Yes, you are freaking out. Man.

 

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delicious said:
Thanks JAMMAN, those are some interesting Office Space facts....


FOR ME TO POOP ON!!!!!!!


You want a good movie?!! SuperTroopers. Best movie ever made.
Super Troopers used to be sold in a double DVD pack with Office Space for awhile. It was a good movie. But, Office Space is by far the better of the two.

BTW, Andy is the only one allowed to initiate discussions on poo around here. That is all.
 

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bananaface said:
Super Troopers used to be sold in a double DVD pack with Office Space for awhile. It was a good movie. But, Office Space is by far the better of the two.

BTW, Andy is the only one allowed to initiate discussions on poo around here. That is all.
that's right....yield to him who was formerly called HotSteamingTurd! :smuggrin:
 
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Super Troopers used to be sold in a double DVD pack with Office Space for awhile.
Are you serious?!! :laugh:

ok, ok, i admit Office Space is funnier than SuperTroopers. Office Space stands alone as funny, whereas with SuperTroopers, you have to be high and with a group of friends. I'm just messin with you guys. Office Space rocks - I've seen it like 6 times. Pathology is where it's at. Pre-dental/Dental forum is ooooold news.
 

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Are you serious?!! :laugh:

ok, ok, i admit Office Space is funnier than SuperTroopers. Office Space stands alone as funny, whereas with SuperTroopers, you have to be high and with a group of friends. I'm just messin with you guys. Office Space rocks - I've seen it like 6 times. Pathology is where it's at. Pre-dental/Dental forum is ooooold news.
it's all good. this thread provided a good laugh. it got banana all moody and pissy which is always fun to see :laugh:
 

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delicious said:
Are you serious?!! :laugh:

ok, ok, i admit Office Space is funnier than SuperTroopers. Office Space stands alone as funny, whereas with SuperTroopers, you have to be high and with a group of friends. I'm just messin with you guys. Office Space rocks - I've seen it like 6 times. Pathology is where it's at. Pre-dental/Dental forum is ooooold news.
Okay, man. It's cool. Now you know that there are only two things we take seriously around here: poo and Office Space. ;)
 

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Chili. Made a big vat of it too. I have enough to eat for the next week...and I'm not gonna sh!t right for a month.

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Hey, can you suggest any schools that might MATCH me in pathology considering I've just completed 1 year of dental school. [it's a pretty good dental school though :thumbup: ]
 

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Hey, can you suggest any schools that might MATCH me in pathology considering I've just completed 1 year of dental school. [it's a pretty good dental school though :thumbup: ]
I'd imagine that after you quit dental school and go to medical school for 4 years there might be a few. You can always just hang out with the pathology crew. They never turn down homeade Swedish meatballs.
 

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This is my stapler.....

That's the last straw.....
 
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I'd imagine that after you quit dental school and go to medical school for 4 years there might be a few.
:p Well, it's probably for the best. I hated the histology component of our gross anatomy class. Damn stuff all looked the same to me!
 

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:p Well, it's probably for the best. I hated the histology component of our gross anatomy class. Damn stuff all looked the same to me!
That was my least favorite part, until my classmates and I started photographing the professor's introductory slide shows and then posting them online on our student forum. That was pretty sweet.
 

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bananaface said:
I'd imagine that after you quit dental school and go to medical school for 4 years there might be a few. You can always just hang out with the pathology crew. They never turn down homeade Swedish meatballs.
The occasional dentist will do some sort of fellowship and be an oral pathology expert. I interviewed with a DDS, Ph.D. at one place. I am not sure what is involved in getting a career track this way.

The most well known (but now deceased) pathologist/dentist was Dr McClatchey, late of U of M and then the chair at Loyola, also a CP expert. He was an MD, DDS (or DMD, not sure) however.
 

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The occasional dentist will do some sort of fellowship and be an oral pathology expert. I interviewed with a DDS, Ph.D. at one place. I am not sure what is involved in getting a career track this way.

The most well known (but now deceased) pathologist/dentist was Dr McClatchey, late of U of M and then the chair at Loyola, also a CP expert. He was an MD, DDS (or DMD, not sure) however.
I have been bested by someone who knows what he's talking about! :oops:

So, how does a pharmacist become a pathologist? I wanna be a CSI. :smuggrin:
 

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bananaface said:
I have been bested by someone who knows what he's talking about! :oops:

So, how does a pharmacist become a pathologist? I wanna be a CSI. :smuggrin:
Dunno - you could probably combine pharmacy and clinical chemistry/toxicology and be a pretty helpful CSI helping to analyze drugs or something. Go for it!
 

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:p Well, it's probably for the best. I hated the histology component of our gross anatomy class. Damn stuff all looked the same to me!
Imagine what it must have looked like to me - I'm red:green colorblind! :eek:
 

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Super Troopers used to be sold in a double DVD pack with Office Space for awhile. It was a good movie. But, Office Space is by far the better of the two.
I actually got the double pack, it was 14.99 at bestbuy a while ago. I was astounded at the price for two fine cinematic experiences. But i disagree, I feel super troopers is the better movie, but then again, i've probably smoked more weed than you :D
 

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I actually got the double pack, it was 14.99 at bestbuy a while ago. I was astounded at the price for two fine cinematic experiences. But i disagree, I feel super troopers is the better movie, but then again, i've probably smoked more weed than you :D
i enjoyed both movies although i would tend to favor office space over supertroopers. neither movies requires weed to enjoy :thumbup: