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    Rob VIP Member Strip Poker 388's Avatar
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    Talking Gynecologist Quits

    Because of high malpractice insurance in NJ my wifes gynecologist called it quits. He went to FL to Marine Mechanics Institute.
    I ran into him the other day as he was back here for settlement on his old house.
    He was telling me how he scored 150 on the final exam He couldn't't understand it so he asked the instructor and this was the explanation.
    "You disassembled the engine perfectly...that was worth 50 points or half your grade. Next your reassembled the engine perfectly and that too was worth 50 points or half your grade. And since you did it all through the BELLOWS I gave you 50 more points"

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