|CHAPTER 11 Learned physicians!
2 This must be a mistake.
4 For what on earth could a physician have in common with a Harrier?
5 After all, physicians are committed to healing,
6 And Harriers are committed to the aWay of Harry,
7 Which doesn't leave us much to talk about,
8 Or does it?
CHAPTER 21 Of course it doesn't.
2 Except for a very very few of you,
3 Who might be interested in our little prescription,
4 Since there is one little thing that Harriers and physicians have in common,
5 Namely, bdrugs.
CHAPTER 31 Just kidding.
2 Don't get all upset.
3 As we said, our cprescription is only for a few of you,
4 A very very few,
5 And the rest of you won't find our prescription very interesting or helpful,
6 At all,
||7 Which is why we've taken the trouble to identify those of you who should ignore us completely,
8 And quit reading what we have to say,
9 And go on about your good works.
10 What could be fairer than that?
CHAPTER 41 For example, if healing people is more important to you than money,
2 Stop reading right now,
3 Because we can't help you.
CHAPTER 51 Now, I'm sure that if I were there, I would have been terribly impressed by the huge exodus that just occurred,
2 Which I have no doubt about,
3 dBecause the overwhelming majority of physicians are completely dedicated to helping their fellow man,
4 eAnd I'm sure it's just an awful coincidence that I never met a single premed student in college who didn't answer "money" when people asked about their motivation for becoming doctors.
5 In fact, I'm quite sure about that,
6 Just as I'm sure that only one or two of you are still reading this,