Wednesday, 11 February 2009

PETA opposes both bacon and doctors.

Ah, PETA. Where would we be without you.
According to the Daily Minor News, the latest thing making them angry is that Army doctors are getting training on live animals, as opposed to half-assing it by playing `Operation` followed by watching a few episodes of House, M.D. They call it `using sophisticated simulators.` I agree. I think doctors should only learn on simplified, non-realistic proxies for living biology. The less life like, the better, so that way when complications arise in real humans, they have no clue what to do. That might sound like a bad thing, but remember that doctors are arrogant bastards, and they need put in their place!

Here's my own suggestion: To simulate battlefield medicine, done under stress, they should play Operation as a drinking game. Each time they buzz, they have to take a shot. Let's see them remove the funny bone after a few shots of tequila!

You know, your priorities are totally screwed up when you look at an organization who's job is to kill people and decide that the most inhumane part about them is that they train to save lives on animals.

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