| February 4, 2016
True confessions of an emergency physician. In this case, the UK’s Michael Mosley, host of BBC’s Trust Me, I’m a Doctor. Part of the Guardian’s video series, Confessions from A&E.
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Doc Martin would never have done that…
No, he would have fainted before making the first suture. You can’t stitch from the floor.
Ha, good point. I should have qualified, “before his homophobia”.
Excuse me, HEMOphobial.
Was this mistake the result of auto correct? I stopped using it after posting my biography on a site which was “corrected” to obituary.
No I have to say my mistake, but I’ve been bombed by autospell before, especially on my phone.
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