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I've been member for some time now but haven't got around to introduce myself yet. I'm 33 years old, a father and a surgeon. When I was a "kid" I played Rouge Trader a couple of years and rediscovered the game a year ago. I play IG (Cadian) but am currently starting to collect Space Marines (thereby staying true to Him-on-Earth).
Love the site, especially the illuminating Articles section. I hope to post some pics and bat reps (my guards blasting Orks to the stone-age (if I may quote Kissinger...)) in the future if I can spare some of my shrinking time...
hi! welcome to LO, always nice to see some professionals involved in the hobby, and i bet those steady surgeon hands help with rolling dice (or maybe not?) see you around the boards!
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He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
Welcome aboard the good ship LO. I am sure Greph will come along and ask you a few questions as she is our resident medical student.......
Eat plently of fruit you hear, we don't want scruvy around these parts...........
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No special area yet. However, I did work at a transplantation center a couple of years ago where I'm also doing some research. Transplantation surgery means long, long, long, long nights and since I recently got a wonderful daughter I do not know if its worth the price...(I wont have time to paint either....)
Heyla Drdoktorn, and welcome to the forum. Here I am, dropping by to say hello as Chemicalcaveman suggested I might. I am a second-year medical student myself, currently working part-time as ICU caretaker and laboratory assistant, and of course Iâ€™m always interested in meeting future colleagues. There are also a few other medical professionals to be found among the members of this forum, including a doctor from Sweden and one from the USA, if I remember correctly. Might I ask where you live?
As for the forum, I take it youâ€™ve already read the forum rules, found here. If youâ€™ve got any questions not covered by the FAQ section or comments about the site, please donâ€™t hesitate to contact me or one of the other moderators, weâ€™re here to help and happy to do so.
I hope youâ€™ll enjoy your stay here, and have fun. Looking forward to seeing you around.
"Girls are nice and cuddly on the outside, and freaky on the inside." ~ Lost Nemesis.
I live in a small community called Asa (the 1:st A with a little dot over it...) between Varberg and Gothenburg in Sweden. I observed that you live in Copenhagen where I actually have got a cousin named Bjorn. I was born in Helsingborg so I'm practically half-dane
Good luck with your studies! Surgery is challenging, exciting, funny and sometimes not so far from "the dark, grim..."......