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The Times ran an article with examples of how some doctors occasionally don’t have good bedside manner. One doctor responded where it hurts:

To the Editor:

I enjoyed reading “When the Doctor Is In, but You Wish He Wasn’t.” And I promise to be nice to my patients if you promise to use the subjunctive where you should: “but You Wish He Weren’t.”

Timothy E. Hullar, M.D.
St. Louis, Nov. 30, 2005

Thanks to Mickey for the tip.

December 4, 2005

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