Efficient Canadian Micro-Surgeons
Success of the world’s top surgeons

Following the Micro-Surgery conference in Chicago a few of the world’s top surgeons gathered at the bar to brag about their successes.

After a few beers a British surgeon rose to address his colleagues. “Last year we dealt with a chap who had been pulled into a printing press. All that was left was one finger. Our team worked to build a new hand around the finger, an arm around the hand, and then we grafted these to a body to recreate a man. He was back at work after 6 weeks, and our improvements made him so efficient that he put 5 people out of work.”

Not to be outdone, an American surgeon rose next. “Last year we were called to help with a lady who had been bombarded by high intensity radiation at a nuclear power plant. All that was left was her hair. Well, our team used DNA slicing to recreate a head, and we genetically engineered a torso and limbs and in 6 months she was ready to return to work. She is now so efficient that she put 50 people out of work.”

The room was filled with oohs and ahs. For a while nobody moved. Then at the end of the bar a man stood up. “I’m the head of the micro-surgery division at Vancouver General Hospital. 4 years ago I was walking down the street when I smelled a fart. Well, I gathered it up in a garbage bag and rushed back to the hospital. My team was assembled and we set about the task. We carefully built a bum around the fart, and added an abdomen, chest, head, and legs. Eventually we created Canada’s Prime Minister Jean Chretien. And he is so efficient that he has put the entire country out of work.”


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23-Feb-2019