DOindahouse said:hi, im starting my first ortho rotations in june and have 3 after, i was wondeirng what are some good ortho books to get so i dont look like a fool during rotations, also cuz i wanna learn this stuff too
kinetic said:Yes, who are you people who can crack wise at ortho? You insignificant low-lives! Don't you know they are gods amongst men? And you are dogs amongst cats? Poor, pathetic peons, cower like the plebes you are, for yea I can hit bones really hard with a hammer!
Yes, who are you people who can crack wise at ortho? You insignificant low-lives! Don't you know they are gods amongst men? And you are dogs amongst cats? Poor, pathetic peons, cower like the plebes you are, for yea I can hit bones really hard with a hammer! And thou canst but watch in vain, for you are not chosen among us. Retreat to thine homes, poor bastards, and cry for you are not ...orthopaeods (please note the 'ae').
soudes said:oh snap, is wayne brady gonna hafta get out this car and choke a b&*@h?
Oh and by the way, my "wife" says to stop coming around because she is tired of faking it. She says your one inch worm is really sad and just doesn't do it for her.
Blade 28, you got me. Us playa hataz love to dish out bad karma about how they disapprove of everything! Haahahahahahahahhahaha!Blade28 said:Alright, who's dishing out the bad karma?
DOindahouse said:Oh for F-CUKS sake, if u guys are gonna use this thread to rip each other, all good
but on the conditin u leave some good advice for me, either in the way of ortho books, how to get a residecny besides the obvioius, application stuff and interview stuff.
and if u ar DO's then for sure, comlex 2 info and just anything knowlegable
AirForcePre-DO said:Hello everyone. You may seen this post on other forums. If so, I apologize. I am trying to reach someone who can help me out. I am currently a first year at VCOM (the new osteopathic school). If there is anyone reading this that has experience with military ortho surgery, please help. Everyone tells me that it is next to impossible to score the AF ortho residency at Lackland because of an average of approximately 4 open spots per year. Is this true? What are the types of things that I should be doing now (besides studying for Step 1) to make myself more competitive? People also tell me that I need to show my face and establish contacts at the residency. How is this possible with just one residency location? I plan doing an ADT at Keesler this summer, but I don't think I will meet any connections during that time. Please help....