Famous?

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OK, So I have a post on Kevinmd.com today. He is a fine fellow and allows us mere mortals to share some of the intense light of fame he basks in.

\"kevinmd\" As I thought about this, it made me wonder what it is like to be so famous. Kevin is pictured on the left, and I have it on good authority that he never moves out of that position in front of his computer. It is a fine photo, but I don\’t think I have ever seen another one of him on the web. Does he not allow any other pictures of him on the web? It really got me wondering.

So I Googled \”kevinmd\” and here were my results:

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This picture comes from Dr. Val\’s Revolution Health (another famous person). I am not sure what kind of message they are sending.

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This picture comes from Webmd. Perhaps they are ticked at him for copying their name (you know, with the concatenation of a word and \”md\”).

\"Lemur

Then there is this one. I can\’t look at it too long because those eyes are hypnotic and make me have the sudden urge to write an op-ed.

\"kevinmd\"

And of course there are a couple million of these.

This made me feel a bit better, as I guess the fruits of such fame are not all sweet. I mean, he is not nearly as famous as the Famous Grouse Experience.

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Nor is he as famous as the famous plumbers on the web.

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I\’ll never forget the op-ed they did on sprockets.

Then of course, who can ever live up to Donnie\’s famous Chili?

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I think that is Donnie\’s brother Bo.

No, Kevin has yet to get to Mount Rushmore status. Yes, he is quite famous and a nice guy to boot, despite his being frozen in front of that PC. I wonder how he types like that.

So, Kevin, to you I say thanks a lot. My piece in your blog is sure to accomplish three very important things:

  1. You will lose unwanted readers.
  2. People will be warned about my blog.
  3. My mom will be really proud.

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Who knows? Maybe you will make it into a famous people photocopiable activity book. My kids couldn\’t put this book down for days.

24 thoughts on “Famous?”

  1. I love that ostrich photo. I only wish I could embed him in my blog! Congrats on the op-ed at KevinMD. Say, has anyone else been getting the spam protection math test wrong? Shhhh… I think I’m an outlier.

  2. I love that ostrich photo. I only wish I could embed him in my blog! Congrats on the op-ed at KevinMD. Say, has anyone else been getting the spam protection math test wrong? Shhhh… I think I’m an outlier.

  3. Don’t feel bad Dr. Val. I got it wrong the other day. But in my defense, it was a hard one. It asked for the sum of 1 + 7 so naturally I put down 17. (Duh?) Crazy thing didn’t like my answer. Picky, picky, picky…

  4. Don’t feel bad Dr. Val. I got it wrong the other day. But in my defense, it was a hard one. It asked for the sum of 1 + 7 so naturally I put down 17. (Duh?) Crazy thing didn’t like my answer. Picky, picky, picky…

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  6. You’re the nice guy, Rob. You answer those of us no longer in the field. You answer those that never were in the field. You welcome everyone. Kudos to you!

  7. You’re the nice guy, Rob. You answer those of us no longer in the field. You answer those that never were in the field. You welcome everyone. Kudos to you!

  8. Thanks for a wonderful post. Humor is so helpful in a stressful medical situation. My teenage son recently fell 65 ft. off a cliff, landing in a straddle position on a pipe (he’s doing well now). We saw a great urologist at a Univ. Calif. hospital, and he was great with my son. He said, “So did you bring your penis with you today?” After lots of tests, he told me,”Good news! Your son has great blood flow to the area. Better than my resident here.” I asked my son what the worst part was, and he said, “The attractive nurses” (-:

  9. Thanks for a wonderful post. Humor is so helpful in a stressful medical situation. My teenage son recently fell 65 ft. off a cliff, landing in a straddle position on a pipe (he’s doing well now). We saw a great urologist at a Univ. Calif. hospital, and he was great with my son. He said, “So did you bring your penis with you today?” After lots of tests, he told me,”Good news! Your son has great blood flow to the area. Better than my resident here.” I asked my son what the worst part was, and he said, “The attractive nurses” (-:

  10. Devorrah:Great story! I can’t imagine how your son felt. It hurts me to think about it.
    Chrys:
    This blog has never been meant to be for medical people. I actually aim my posts to a wider audience. I always appreciate your kindness. Did you see that I had a message up on the upper right welcome note? You said before that you noticed it.
    Wolley:
    I have no idea why anyone would want to be my patient.

  11. Devorrah:Great story! I can’t imagine how your son felt. It hurts me to think about it.
    Chrys:
    This blog has never been meant to be for medical people. I actually aim my posts to a wider audience. I always appreciate your kindness. Did you see that I had a message up on the upper right welcome note? You said before that you noticed it.
    Wolley:
    I have no idea why anyone would want to be my patient.

  12. Of course I noticed, and I noticed when you changed it back again. 😉 Thank you for your kindness in turn. I know you welcome me here, it’s nice to have a place like this to pop in and read. I value the friendship.

  13. Of course I noticed, and I noticed when you changed it back again. 😉 Thank you for your kindness in turn. I know you welcome me here, it’s nice to have a place like this to pop in and read. I value the friendship.

  14. Fortunately my son’s modesty had been erased by that time because of his stay in the trauma ward of another UC (teaching) hospital. He said to me, “Geez, Mom, about 100 medical students have been in here wanting to see my junk.”

  15. Fortunately my son’s modesty had been erased by that time because of his stay in the trauma ward of another UC (teaching) hospital. He said to me, “Geez, Mom, about 100 medical students have been in here wanting to see my junk.”

  16. Want to be your patient? Heck yes, I would.
    I hear are you are one knowledgable and able physician.

    You are the type of medical professional that I would trust with my life.

  17. Want to be your patient? Heck yes, I would.
    I hear are you are one knowledgable and able physician.

    You are the type of medical professional that I would trust with my life.

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