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March Boston Skeptics in the Pub 3/29

Posted on : Mar-22-2010 | By : maggie | In : Event, Skeptics in the Pub

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Just a quick reminder that this month’s BSitP speaker is Kimball Atwood IV! You may know him as a blogger at Science-Based Medicine or as a fellow of CSI (Committee for Skeptical Inquiry), but he’s also a practicing anesthesiologist and, we hear, a really interesting guy.

Kimball will also be a guest at next month’s NECSS con, so here’s a great opportunity for those who can’t make NECSS to at least catch one of the speakers.

So join us at Tommy Doyles (Harvard Square) on Monday, March 29th at 7PM. See you there!

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Thanks, Mags! I was gonna do this in just a few minutes, but you beat me to it. Well done.

I can’t help but give a little chuckle at the phrase “practicing anesthesiologist”. Tourist: “Can you tell me how to get to Carnegie Hall?”. Practicing Anesthesiologist: “Propofol baby, Propofol”.

Aw crap. Just realized I forgot to go! Wanted to hear what Dr. Atwood had to say. I blame the weather.

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