Friday, March 19, 2010

Dear Drug Company,

Thank you for running an ad campaign that helps dispel the myth that neurologists are eccentric and have no sense of modern fashion. We REALLY appreciate it.


29 comments:

evitafjord said...

What are you talking about, that dude is H-O-T.

Outrider said...

I thought he was a patient.

Kat's Kats said...

Awwwwww, it's just that he's been working on it for sooooo looooong!!

Anonymous said...

All that's missing is the Tardis.

Jackie said...

lol don't you just love drug companies?

Best line every from a drug rep

Jackie: We really appericate free samples for the pt's that we have that can't afford their medications.
Drug rep: But our medication is covered by insurance
Jackie: Not everyone has insurance
Drug rep: REALLY???

*headdesk*

Swami Dil said...

I think he looks like Count Dracula.......the Christopher Lee version.

Li'l Azathoth said...

Isn't that guy the head of neurology at Miskatonic University Medical School?

the RPh said...

It looks like an ad for a time travel movie, or a vampire movie. Wow...

J. Andrew said...

That's truth in advertising, right there...

Sunny said...

That's how I've always pictured you!

Anonymous said...

I think that the ad. company executive has been watching too many "People of Walmart." episodes or is trying to be the feature creature of the week.

pelican said...

Ooh, I thought it was Ian Holmes as Bilbo Baggins at first ... unfortunately, I was wrong.

Nice tie, tho- I can think of a couple neurologists who would work it nicely.

Flavius said...

I see you dressed up nicely for your photos, Dr. Grumpy.

-Flavius

student dr. blaze said...

lmao. if i walked into a doctor's office for an appointment and he looked like that, i'd run away. FAST. amazing how they seem to think this *helps* get people in the door....

TranscriptionistTia said...

It's the eyebrow that really makes the look.

Vicki said...

Truth in advertising from a drug company and you complain?

lbparker said...

I'm with Anonymous at 7:09. Got to be Doctor Who!

Andy S said...

Come on Grumpy, admit it, that's you isn't it?!?

Doris said...

Natty...very natty.

>:p

BTW, I haven't seen lambchop sideburns in awhile, either...except on Buffalo Bill and some bikers

WV: zolog...must be the name of that new drug!

Maha said...

That's beyond awesome! I always knew you neurologists were a hot bunch hiding under a cute nerdy exterior and this just confirms what I always knew!

jwg said...

Looks like the guy who delivered my first kid. Explains a lot about the kid, and the delivery.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's Mr. Parkin or his son?

Anonymous said...

Is that a cravat? My neurologist doesn't wear a cravat. He does wear striped socks and Keens though.

Actually on closer inspection, he appears to be molding in place. I'd want to decon him with a 10% bleach solution before he got near me with the tuning forks.

pharmacy chick said...

yea will many people think that pharmacists are boring and have no personality either..
waaaait a minute..most of them dont! except me and a few other bloggers HAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

Now I'm having flashbacks to the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Hopalong Ginsberg

Danimal said...

So now you're a model now, too?

kati42 said...

@Anonymous: I had the same thought -- you beat me to it. I bet that guy has a real knack for accurate diagnosis. He just hops over to the future to see what happened to you long term, comes back and adjusts the diagnosis and treatment, etc. Can I be his patient? :)

ERP said...

You should dress like that. Patients will invariably believe anything you say.

Anonymous said...

I like that the audience has to be edited in.

 
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