March 16, 2006

dilly DALYs

Little Brother and Big sister should be in here in the next few hours, then I can enjoy take-away and justify not doing revision…

which by the way I'm glancing over DALYs. but I keep thinking of is the phrase "dilly dally"... and then I think of that bit in Scrubs

JD thinking…
"Today's gonna be a great day. Still, no time to dilly-dally. God, that's a fun phrase. I have to meet Dr. Cox in five..."

An attractive woman with big chest goes by

"Good God! Check out those dilly-dallies!..."

…and it keeps making me laugh!

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  1. I just wish there were more parallels between fun stuff like scrubs and the unbelievable drudgery that is epidemiology.

    That's right kids! It's taught by borin' Orin for a reason!

    (he's actually pretty cool – going to Brazil and washing dogs and all)

    21 Mar 2006, 01:00

  2. I think a lot of lecturers use "research" as a reason to go on holiday, the ERM lecturers are always off somewhere hot!

    Yeah there really isn't much that can be associated with both "fun" and "epidemiology" And I still have so much of it left. Damn it!

    21 Mar 2006, 18:48

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