Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Confessions of a Doctor

Confessions of a Doctor by Irv Levine, M.D.

I am rarely stumped. At a recent cocktail party, someone asked me, "What is the difference between a doctor and God?" Honestly, for the life of me, I can't figure this one out. I did some research on Wikipedia, but can't find the answer. I can only propose that God didn't spend a decade in school learning how to save lives, which means God is not current on the latest medical research.

If anyone can help solve this perplexity, I will send you a pack of autographed Life Savers candy. Can you help me?

Dr. Levine is an egomaniacal radiologist who has as much contempt for the Hippocratic oath as he does you. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is better than you.

6 comments:

Matt said...

I can actually hear Dr. Levine really saying this in my head. This is totally him!

Dr. Irv Levine said...

Matt,

I always remember all of my patients and I am pretty sure that I've never had a "Matt". I am not sure why you think you'd know my voice, but if that was your pathetic attempt to win an autographed pack of Life Savers, you should be ashamed.

Will an exotic lady find the time to give a better response than "Matt"? I've got an autographed pack of Life Savers waiting for your lips.

Dr. Irv Levine

Justin said...

I think during passover Dr. Levine would be the "bad" son

Shari said...

I think that the difference between a doctor and God is that a doctor actually exists. Hope you will send me the candy now.

Oscar said...

Easy. The difference is that God doesn't think he's a doctor. And if he did, he'd be wrong.

Veronika said...

How could God BE wrong? Maybe God does think he's a doctor...or maybe he corresponds with his perfect vessel Dr. Irv Levine. A God among Doctors-he is better then us after all!