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Dr. Geezer

 

(Publisher’s note: With all of the tension the nation and world has been under this past week, we thought that it was time that we took a break and had a little laugh.  Hope that you enjoy, the “Old Geezer.”  Anyone that has more “Old Geezers”, send them to us at drgregdixon@earthlink.net.)

An old geezer became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical
clinic. He put a sign up outside that said: “Dr. Geezer’s clinic. Get your
treatment for $500, if not cured, get back $1,000.” Doctor “Young,” who was
positive that this old geezer didn’t know beans about medicine, thought this
would be a great opportunity to get $1,000. So he went to Dr. Geezer’s clinic.

Dr. Young: “Dr. Geezer, I have lost all taste in my mouth. Can you please help
me?  Dr. Geezer: “Nurse, please bring medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in Dr.
Young’s mouth.”
Dr. Young: Aaagh!! — “This is Gasoline!”
Dr. Geezer: “Congratulations!
You’ve got your taste back. That will be $500.

Dr. Young gets annoyed and goes back after a couple of days figuring to recover
his money. Dr. Young: “I have lost my memory, I cannot remember anything.”
Dr. Geezer: “Nurse, please bring medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in the
patient’s mouth.”
Dr. Young: “Oh, no you don’t, — that is Gasoline!”
Dr. Geezer: “Congratulations! You’ve got your memory back. That will be $500.”

Dr. Young (after having lost $1000) leaves angrily and comes back after several
more days. Dr. Young: “My eyesight has become weak — I can hardly see
anything!!!! ”
Dr. Geezer: “Well, I don’t have any medicine for that so, ” Here’s your $1000
back.” (giving him a $10 bill). Dr. Young: “But this is only $10!”
Dr. Geezer: “Congratulations! You got your vision back! That will be $500.”

Moral of story — Just because you’re “Young” doesn’t mean that you can outsmart
an “old Geezer” Remember: Don’t make old people mad. We don’t like being old in
the first place, so it doesn’t take much to tick us off.

ENJOY YOUR DAY

Submitted by Dr. Robert McCurry

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