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SHINOBI-03 wrote:

Tracy wasn't THAT boring to me... I did enjoy his character and his job.

But he's no Brock!


for me, while his job wasn't too bad, it didn't fit the pacing of the show. in a show about forcing monsters to fight eachother in unarmed combat, having a character that sneaks in the grass to draw beautiful pictures of pokemon didn't seem to work for me, but then again, i only saw that arc once, and i was still just a kid back then. (not that too much has changed, but i'm at least a bit taller, now.)

my big problem with tracy was that i found him to be incredibly boring. in fact, the only line of his i even remember was in the second movie. (during the boyfriend discussion.) ("you girls talking about me?") then again, by that point, i was so used to brock's extreme social disorder, everything tracy did just felt bland.

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hiss13 wrote:
Well, it's actually 4 years of medical school here in the US. Afterwards there are 3-6 years of residency depending on what field you specialize in. So, if I do get in to a medical school on my first try, I should be a practicing doctor by 30 at the latest. Of course, that relies on me getting in on the first try and that will take a lot of work for the next two years....

Med-school is also 4 years here, however, to actually graduate, you need to complete a year of internship (where you're treated like shit, working shifts of 36 straight hours, and basically live in the hospital) in order to know how things work in the hospital or something like that, and a year of social service where you work for free (they only give you food and the basic needs) for you to return the favor to the country for making you a doctor (it is because most of the best universities are public, meaning free). So it all adds up to 6 years for your M.D.
I said 8 years because I'm aiming for neurosurgery, which is 4 years of general surgery residency and 4 of neurosurgery, but yeah, most specializations are 4-6 years as well...

and that's why all doctors are old. LOL

but yeah, you'll get in at your first try. You just have to prepare yourself enough so that you won't be nervous.


Arghh..that sounds like a pain in the ass...All those years...
The thing is, all medical schools in the US are expensive...so most doctors are working to pay back their debts in the first few years.
In the end, I really don't want to worry about residency until after I get into medical school. Thanks for the vote of confidence, though. I just want to get into the best medical school possible.
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