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"I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« on: August 25, 2009, 09:08:38 AM »

lmao at this fool.

Snohomish planning director fired for alleged misconduct on golf course
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Deputy County Executive Mark Soine notified Ladiser that he was being terminated on Thursday, a day after an investigation by the Seattle law firm Perkins Coie concluded that Ladiser was "very intoxicated" when he "deliberately exposed himself" to a female staffer of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, which sponsored the June 24 golf tournament.

Ladiser, who made $149,000 annually as development director, could not be reached for comment. The Seattle Times requested a copy of the investigative report and related e-mail under state public-disclosure laws.

According to the report, Ladiser drank two drink glasses of Jack Daniel's after he arrived at the Golf Club at Redmond Ridge and continued to drink heavily as he played in a foursome that included Michael Pattison, government-affairs manager for the Master Builders.

Witnesses said two nearby golfers were discussing tee length and one, the woman identified in the investigation as Jane Doe, held up a tee to Ladiser's foursome. Ladiser then walked up to the woman, unzipped his pants and said something to the effect of "I'll show you the size of my tee," the report says.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2009, 11:53:49 AM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.

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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2009, 12:30:34 PM »

This story would have been far funnier if Jane Doe had been drunk and whipped out her Bush Tee.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2009, 02:33:29 PM »

What a *8==>*head. Grin
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2009, 06:40:27 PM »

As soon as I saw he was from Snohomish, I knew it was trouble.

It's the West Virginia of Washington.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2009, 09:04:43 AM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.


That *feces* happens in OR's a lot.  Not the picture part, but discussion that breaks up the monotony.  The nurses and OR techs have seen them all, and when a good sized one is wheeled into the room, it doesn't escape some discussion.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2009, 10:13:11 AM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.


That *feces* happens in OR's a lot.  Not the picture part, but discussion that breaks up the monotony.  The nurses and OR techs have seen them all, and when a good sized one is wheeled into the room, it doesn't escape some discussion.

Yep, a friends wife is an OR nurse and she said once a non Caucasian male was in for a hernia operation and nurses from all over the hospital were coming to see the freak show.  Shocked Wink   
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #7 on: August 26, 2009, 10:23:30 AM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.


That *feces* happens in OR's a lot.  Not the picture part, but discussion that breaks up the monotony.  The nurses and OR techs have seen them all, and when a good sized one is wheeled into the room, it doesn't escape some discussion.

Yep, a friends wife is an OR nurse and she said once a non Caucasian male was in for a hernia operation and nurses from all over the hospital were coming to see the freak show.  Shocked Wink   

I was in the OR once during a Uroscopy(read:  14 to 16 inch stainless steel tube they shove down your *8==>*) for a kidney stone removal.  The stone worked it's way down from the kidney but couldn't pass through to his bladder.  Very common.  What's uncommon however is:

The device wasn't long enough to reach this gentleman's bladder.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2009, 10:45:27 AM »

There you have it, proof that size matters
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #9 on: August 26, 2009, 10:55:50 AM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.


That *feces* happens in OR's a lot.  Not the picture part, but discussion that breaks up the monotony.  The nurses and OR techs have seen them all, and when a good sized one is wheeled into the room, it doesn't escape some discussion.

Yep, a friends wife is an OR nurse and she said once a non Caucasian male was in for a hernia operation and nurses from all over the hospital were coming to see the freak show.  Shocked Wink   

I was in the OR once during a Uroscopy(read:  14 to 16 inch stainless steel tube they shove down your *8==>*) for a kidney stone removal.  The stone worked it's way down from the kidney but couldn't pass through to his bladder.  Very common.  What's uncommon however is:

The device wasn't long enough to reach this gentleman's bladder.

I've had kidney stones twice and I wouldn't wish that pain on anyone. Plus I didn't have 16 inches as a consolation prize.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2009, 08:30:28 PM »

Reminds me of a story a doctor friend told me.  A 4th year resident was in a surgery; the patient had an interesting tattoo on the tip of his, uh, "tee."  The resident took out his phone and snapped a picture of the dude's pecker.  Others were present, and those others voiced their concerns.  The resident had to explain to his wife and 4 kids that he would not be finishing his residency at this top-rated facility; rather, he'd have to go elsewhere.  The guy wasn't making $149k at the time, but if memory serves it took him an additional 2 years before he could get a job.

Dumb *feces*s.


That *feces* happens in OR's a lot.  Not the picture part, but discussion that breaks up the monotony.  The nurses and OR techs have seen them all, and when a good sized one is wheeled into the room, it doesn't escape some discussion.

Yep, a friends wife is an OR nurse and she said once a non Caucasian male was in for a hernia operation and nurses from all over the hospital were coming to see the freak show.  Shocked Wink   

I was in the OR once during a Uroscopy(read:  14 to 16 inch stainless steel tube they shove down your *8==>*) for a kidney stone removal.  The stone worked it's way down from the kidney but couldn't pass through to his bladder.  Very common.  What's uncommon however is:

The device wasn't long enough to reach this gentleman's bladder.

I've had kidney stones twice and I wouldn't wish that pain on anyone. Plus I didn't have 16 inches as a consolation prize.
I've just finished two weeks from kidney stone hell. It started with lithotripsy (sonic waves to break up a 10mm stone), twice to the ER, admitted the second time so that they could send in a SWAT team to retrieve the bucket of gravel congested in my ureter. They didn't refer to it as a Uroscopy, but, then again, my tee is more suited for irons and low profile fairway woods. Wink Passed about 14 more stones after they removed the stent. Total count was north of 30.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2009, 08:32:28 PM »

^ Yikes.

Dude.

I had, like, one big one each time. Why do your kidneys hate you?
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« Reply #12 on: August 27, 2009, 07:17:17 PM »

^ Yikes.

Dude.

I had, like, one big one each time. Why do your kidneys hate you?
The Urologist is to have an analysis done on the stones, and a "jug" arrived today via FedEx from a lab for a urine analysis. I'm supposed to pee in this thing for a full day, then give it back to the FedEx guy to return to the lab. No idea why the stones developed; I don't drink much coffee or tea, and I rarely drink soda/pop, very little milk (lactose intolerant), but lots of water. Go figure. Huh? It's been suggested that maybe Pinot Noir contributes to K stones. If so, just kill me now.
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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #13 on: August 27, 2009, 08:43:58 PM »

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Re: "I'll Show You the Size of my Tee"
« Reply #14 on: August 28, 2009, 09:53:53 AM »

Dang sucks GammaPi.  I read somewhere something about drinks with citric acid being good to break down a certain type of stones.  Not sure if that was the calcium ones or not. 
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