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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by ravenvii, Mar 25, 2009.
This doctor must have huge cojones!
WOW!! that is dedication....
Clearly the Italian Batman.
Re your sig: It's spelled Cthulhu. Just a FYI
EDIT: I stumbled upon a Cthulu in The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, if that's who you meant. LOL
Holy heart attack Batman!
More like an Italian Chuck Norris.
How long does the pain from a heart attach last?
Until the heart muscle that is being deprived of blood dies, or blood flow to it is restored.
Of course, if too much of the heart muscle dies it stops... then you won't feel any pain at all.
My thoughts exactly!
As I understand, there are varying degrees depending on the blockage.
If you have a hard one, you're done in a few seconds to minutes. Lost some relatives that way. A very mild one may go unnoticed. So it depends.
Chuck Norris would have fixed this guy's brain, and then fixed his own heart.
Still got big cojones though.
Of course he's got large cajones. That's where all the extra blood was stored to keep his heart going.
Not a bad effort at all . Although could have been rather dangerous for the patient at hand.
I don't envy him the job of filling out the longest incident report form he ever !
Patient: In never never land. Peaceful. Tranquil.
Doctor: You know, I think I'm having a heart attack.
Patient: Oh shoot.
Nurse: Doctor what's wrong?
Doctor: I have a pain in my chest going up to my chin and my left arm really hurts.
Patient: I'm screwed.
Nurse: Let's get you over to the gurney and call a doctor.
Doctor: No. I can't stop operating on this guy or he's toast.
Nurse: But doctor, we can save you. Not sure about the patient.
Chuck Norris doesn't have heart attacks. Nothing attacks Chuck Norris.
His heart: I think I am going to have an attack.
Chuck: No, you are not authorized to do that.
His heart: Yes sir, Mr. Norris.
Chuck Norris once had a heart attack; the heart lost.
Sometimes it lasts for the rest of your life.
Actually, it's a lie that Chuck has a heart at all. His blood circulates out of fear.
I think you are referring to heartache!
Snort! Yes, I just snorted reading that. Good one.