Condescending Egomaniac, MD

Pompous Egomaniac, MD

Diane’s knee has been hurting for years, but like so many of us, her plate was full of other peoples’ problems and more pressing issues that always took priority, so when she finally had the chance to talk to a doctor about it, she was distressed at how the exam went. After some poking and prodding, he informed her that there was nothing wrong with her knee.

“Really? How can that be?” She was bewildered. “It hurts so bad that I can’t –“

“You sound disappointed,” he snapped, as he scribbled on his electronic clipboard. Read More

FOLLOW UP: Response to MY Response! CNN Article on Old Unemployeds:

“Dear Margaux: Thanks for getting in touch with me. I appreciate the feedback, and although I’m sorry to hear about the position you’re in, I’m confident that with your skills that if you keep “flinging your resume” you’ll eventually be found by a lucky and smart employer who sees beyond the meaningless date of your birth and can appreciate your many gifts. You should also keep writing, because obviously you have a lot to bring to the table and speak passionately and eloquently for the millions you represent. I wish you the best of luck, NO ONE.”

I never heard back. So I’ll just wrap up with my response to the response I didn’t get to my response:

Thanks for Not Bothering

Thanks for Not Bothering

Hi, Annalyn ~ Very much appreciated your article, and since you added an invitation to contact you, I couldn’t resist. I’m one of those you profiled: an unemployed 56 year old woman who has been desperately searching for work. Read More


“Position Summary:cadaver 1
[Major NJ] University is seeking applications for a Human Anatomy Cadaver Laboratory Technician in the Physician Assistant Program department.” I think I can get this, but only if this guy does the interviewing. “You look good!” I’m sure I’ll hear.

err…   I hope I’d hear.

“Required Skills or Software:

Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills”

For a cadaver.

I think I got this!