Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Great deals on prions! This week only!

Dear Major Chrysler, Jeep, & Dodge,

A reader sent me your flyer about the recent Memorial Day car & truck sale.

I can only assume you don't have a lot of customers who are neurologists...




13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm just surprised that I realized what CJD was so quickly. lol But really, why CJD, I would not have guessed Chrysler, Jeep, & Dodge.

bobbie said...

A mad cow car!!

Dr.M said...

At first, by the title, I thought there was going to be a slam on Prius drivers. Which, come to think of it, would also fit.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. Maybe I should re-think opening a Geo, Buick, & Mazda dealership.

Stacey Gordon said...

It's Lawwwwng Giland. They are mostly prions. Or "F.L.I.P.pers"

Nana said...

Off topic...but I just read of the death of the last Navaho Code Talker and thought that, as a WWII 'buff,' you'd be interested.

Anonymous said...

not many neuro customers or microbiologists either, because that's the last time I had heard of prions and Creutzfeldt-Jakob, during Micro

Anonymous said...

I wasn't aware that there was a minor version of CJD.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I think there's a market for people who understand it, but have a twisted sense of humor. That describes more people with advanced degrees that I know, not just M.D.s

"Major CJD will help you moooooove like crazy"

OMDG said...

That all fine and everything, but what if I'd rather have some MINOR CJD.

Alleycat said...

I can have some fun with this. Let's see:

Bull Saab Hyundai Infiniti Toyota

Grumpytown Chrysler Honda Infiniti Mercedes Porsche Scion

Gall Dodge Audi Maserati Nash

Anonymous said...

For all you making wisecracks about Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, please learn the difference between CJD and vCJD. Thank you.

Met Fraser said...

Hooooooooooly cats nope nope nope nope prions are one of the scariest things ever nope nope nope.

That said, what on earth is minor CJD? "I only have a touch of the Creutzfelds!" or something? You're only losing a little bit of mobility? Wouldn't it progress to major CJD in a hurry, by the very nature of the wee beasties?

 
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