Humor Down Under

Bathroom door at Kawarau Bridge, the first commercial bungee jump in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Bathroom door at Kawarau Bridge, the first commercial bungee jump in Queenstown, New Zealand.
Bathroom doors at Kawarau Bridge, the first commercial bungee jump in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Sign in Sydney train station.
Sign in Sydney, Australia train station.

 

Air sickness bag on Air New Zealand.

Air sickness bag on Air New Zealand.

 

 

Bacon & Egg Pie in New Zealand (for some reason it made me think about cholesterol plaque in an artery).
Bacon & Egg Pie in New Zealand (for some reason it made me think about cholesterol plaque in an artery).
A sheep checking out the camera bag of yours truly in Athol, New Zealand.
A sheep checking out the camera bag of yours truly in Athol, New Zealand.
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About Daniel Ginsberg, MD, FACP

I'm an internal medicine physician and have avidly applied computers to medicine since 1986, when I wrote my first medically oriented computer programs. So yes, that means I'm at least 25-years-old!
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2 Responses to Humor Down Under

  1. Ray Proper says:

    Did you bungee jump from the Karawau Bridge? If you did we will have to compare notes! I enjoy your sense of humor. :-}

    • No. Before I went I did a search of the medical literature on injuries associated with bungee jumping. I was surprised to learn that visual problems, though usually temporary, are fairly common, in addition to musculoskeletal problems. I decided it wasn’t worth the risk (and gave me a face saving excuse!).

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