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I just stumbled on a funny reminder of the past ....

We are cleaning out junk from the house, and I encountered a stack of textbooks from med school that I have not looked at for years. They are all rather outdated and useless but we never quite got rid of them.

This particular book is significant because I noticed (or thought I noticed) something that most of my classmates did not notice (or did not admit to noticing). Or maybe I just imagined it? I'm curious what others think about the cover design of this text.

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Certainly in context....
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Might be subliminal...

but it certainly seems appropriate, so maybe it was intentional.

On a side note... I won't be satisfied in computers/internet until someone devises a way to search by visual cues.

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Probably a copy of this and others going

back to the 40's in my father's collection. I could pose it to him. I'm sure some will view the graphic with a bit of a smirk. But I did notice something else in the url that was interesting. "~sirosler"? I suspect you've been so often asked if you're related to the man that you've adopted him into the family. Happy

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No relation at all ...

But then, "Bill Osler" isn't my real name. After I allowed my real name to appear in a national magazine by expressing my opinion that most recreational drugs should be legal I was inundated by drug seekers from all over central NC. I think it took 3-4 YEARS before the problem subsided. I decided that I would avoid using my real name for public/searchable things like forums. In the process I acquired a couple of Osler-related user names, which allows me to post things like that image without giving away the real identity.

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I see the tubes and ovaries ... Wait!

Is there something else in there? Happy

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(NT) Better not- not on this Forum!

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