Marking perhaps the greatest understatement in internet publishing since the immortal "Hey, I think if we put porn on the internet a few people might buy it" thought posited by some wise pre-pubescent boy many years ago, I seriously cannot believe that I am approaching my 100,000th hit on this blog. Granted, much (OK, all) of the credit goes to the glorious folks at Blogger.com
for making me a Blog of Note a while back and propelling my previously dreadful life as a medical student into a popular but still dreadful life as a medical student. Either way, I just wanted to thank you all for making it possible, for inspiring me to place myself in increasingly awkward situations, for forcing me to place my hands where they were never meant to go, for allowing me to shamelessly whore myself on the internet for all the ladies out there time and time again. I would also like to thank the good folks at SiteMeter
, for without this handy tool I would not be able to find out how many hits I get, and, more importantly, I would not be able to figure out how so many of you find my site in the first place. Yes, I mean those of you who, after typing into Google search terms such as "turned on by gyno exam", "rectal fetish", and the always classic "anal porn doctor pics" (no joke on any of them...and yes, you can figure this out with the SiteMeter thing), were magically directed to my blog and stayed for approximately 0 seconds before turning your attention elsewhere...thank you for driving up my hit count.
As I embark on yet another rotation this Monday (Internal Medicine...that sound you hear is me crying), I hope that the coming six months will provide me with some enlightenment regarding a specialty, some clarity regarding my future, and, naturally, some hot Jewish girls (remember that part about me being shameless?). But, most importantly, I hope that during the next six months I am afforded the privilege to...umm...continue dissuading the impressionable young minds of the world from going into medicine. Seriously, I put a link to business school here for a reason, people.