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Why are they called 'specialists'?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Rumit, Oct 3, 2001.

  1. Rumit

    Rumit Senior Member
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    Does it bother anyone else? I don't quite get the term. Are they special because they have some sort of special training or are they just 'special,' as in they're ******ed. Anyone got any input.

    Adam
     
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  3. cm7b5

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    It's the latter.
     
  4. PathDoc

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    I also vote for ******ed. :confused:
     
  5. Spang

    Spang SDN Angel
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    That's insulting to ******ed people.
     
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    In order not not offend those who are overly sensitive to the word "******ed", let's use "mentally challenged" or "dumber than a box of rocks".... :p
     
  7. cm7b5

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    It's not really insulting to ******ed people...it's insulting to people who aren't ******ed.
     

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