2011 Medical Physics Programs

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2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:15 pm

Hi everyone,

The other medical physics thread looks a bit old so I thought I'd start a new thread for 2011.

I've applied to medical physics PhD programs at Chicago, Wisconsin, Duke, UT-Houston, SUNY, UCLA, Wayne St, Purdue, Florida, and UT-San Antonio and the masters program at McGill.

So far I've gotten an invitation to interview at UCLA and UT-Houston and a rejection from Duke (but offer to be considered for the MS program).

I would be very interested to hear if people have heard from any of these schools. I'll be sure to update here if/when I hear from other schools.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby leedj23 » Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:25 pm

sry but when you got an email from duke?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:41 pm

I got an email this Friday (1-28) saying: "The admissions committee has finished completing the first round of reviews of the applications for the PhD program. You had a competitive application, but given our limited number of openings, unfortunately, we would not be able to offer you a PhD position. But recognizing the merits of your application, the admission committee wishes to consider your application for our MS program."

So apparently I didn't make it past the "first round."

leedj23, did you also apply to Duke?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby leedj23 » Wed Feb 02, 2011 5:12 am

I applied for masters and haven't received anything from duke yet..

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby pjaetsrp » Sat Feb 05, 2011 2:53 pm

I also have an interview with Houston and UCLA.
I've heard that UCLA accepts about 10 of the ~20 people they interview. Does anyone know the statistics for Houston?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:06 pm

Congrats pjaetsrp! I hadn't been able to find any stats for Houston yet, but I would be very interested to know.

I also just heard from Wisconsin on Friday (2-4-11) and they said that I "have been recommended for admission to the Medical Physics Graduate Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. If the Graduate School concurs with our decision, you should receive a letter from them, confirming your admission." Does anyone know if the grad school generally agrees with the department? Is this just a formality or should I be worried about not being accepted by the grad school for some reason?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby pjaetsrp » Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:56 pm

I would think it's just a formality. If you're good enough for the specific department, then I'm sure you're good enough for the school..

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby leedj23 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:00 pm

I received the email from UPenn in 17th of December saying that the result would be available in 6-8 weeks and actually this week is the 8th week. Is there anyone who's got the similar mail and/or the results from Penn?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby HP » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:28 pm

zeebo17 wrote:Congrats pjaetsrp! I hadn't been able to find any stats for Houston yet, but I would be very interested to know.

I also just heard from Wisconsin on Friday (2-4-11) and they said that I "have been recommended for admission to the Medical Physics Graduate Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. If the Graduate School concurs with our decision, you should receive a letter from them, confirming your admission." Does anyone know if the grad school generally agrees with the department? Is this just a formality or should I be worried about not being accepted by the grad school for some reason?

I heard back from Wisconsin too, same day. Did they send you an official accept letter or any word about funding?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:36 pm

HP wrote:
zeebo17 wrote:Congrats pjaetsrp! I hadn't been able to find any stats for Houston yet, but I would be very interested to know.

I also just heard from Wisconsin on Friday (2-4-11) and they said that I "have been recommended for admission to the Medical Physics Graduate Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. If the Graduate School concurs with our decision, you should receive a letter from them, confirming your admission." Does anyone know if the grad school generally agrees with the department? Is this just a formality or should I be worried about not being accepted by the grad school for some reason?

I heard back from Wisconsin too, same day. Did they send you an official accept letter or any word about funding?


Wisconsin will generally not guarantee you funding. In fact, they are known to admit many more students than they can fund. You will have to obtain funding from the research group you are interested in working with.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:57 pm

twistor wrote:
HP wrote:
zeebo17 wrote:Congrats pjaetsrp! I hadn't been able to find any stats for Houston yet, but I would be very interested to know.

I also just heard from Wisconsin on Friday (2-4-11) and they said that I "have been recommended for admission to the Medical Physics Graduate Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. If the Graduate School concurs with our decision, you should receive a letter from them, confirming your admission." Does anyone know if the grad school generally agrees with the department? Is this just a formality or should I be worried about not being accepted by the grad school for some reason?

I heard back from Wisconsin too, same day. Did they send you an official accept letter or any word about funding?


Wisconsin will generally not guarantee you funding. In fact, they are known to admit many more students than they can fund. You will have to obtain funding from the research group you are interested in working with.


Yes I got a letter and it said: "Although we cannot offer you financial assistance at this time, your file is being circulated among our research groups and we are hopeful that one of them will offer you a research assistantship." How about yours?

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to go about contacting potential advisors for funding?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby HP » Thu Feb 10, 2011 1:06 am

Mine said the same thing, but just received an email today stating that I have been awarded a fellowship. :D

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby leedj23 » Tue Feb 15, 2011 2:38 pm

anyone heard from duke? I applied for masters and haven't received anything yet...

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby leedj23 » Tue Feb 15, 2011 7:53 pm

I just got an e-mail saying that I have been admitted from UPenn!

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby Captnjohnny1618 » Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:21 am

I was rejected from Duke yesterday. :(

I'm headed to UCLA this weekend to interview there though so that makes me feel a little better.

Anyone else apply/heard anything from VCU?

Leedj23: congrats on getting admitted to UPenn!

Edit: deleted an extra "though" in 2nd sentence.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby pjaetsrp » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:37 pm

Got an interview with Duke.. :)

What type of medical physics is everyone interested in?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:02 pm

I'll be at UCLA this weekend too! I'm interested in Radiation/Proton therapy (adaptive RT and 4D-motion management mostly).

Also, just got accepted to Purdue.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby midwestphysics » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:07 am

zeebo17 wrote:I'll be at UCLA this weekend too! I'm interested in Radiation/Proton therapy (adaptive RT and 4D-motion management mostly).

Also, just got accepted to Purdue.


Never was really into medical physics, but I am doing research right now on radiation therapy all be it not at UCLA :). I have to admit that is actually very interesting, so good luck and have fun!

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby vballphys » Mon Feb 28, 2011 2:33 am

Anyone heard of acceptance offers to Houston for PhD?

I applied to PhD programs at..
UT-Houston: interviewed already, haven't heard anything else
Duke: rejected for PhD
Wisconsin: accepted for PhD w/o funding
Wayne State: interview next week
I haven't heard anything from U.Florida, U.Chicago, UT-San Antonio, or VCU.

Last year Houston said they accepted 20 MS/PhD students, but they only plan on taking about 10 this year.. seems like they were planning on taking ~6 PhD students, that was as of the end of Jan so hopefully that number goes up and not down!!! Gettin nervous, lots of physics friends have heard from schools already but medphys seems to be a little slower :?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby Kites » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:51 pm

Florida has already sent out interviews. You have to pay your own way though.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby zeebo17 » Tue Mar 01, 2011 5:13 pm

Accepted to the MS program at McGill on 2-21 and the PhD program at University at Buffalo (SUNY) today.

vballphys- I have heard from others applicants that Florida and Chicago have already interviewed people but I haven't heard from them either. I haven't heard anything from UT-San Antonio yet. I also have an phone/skype interview with Wayne State this week.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:23 am

zeebo17 wrote:Accepted to the MS program at McGill on 2-21 and the PhD program at University at Buffalo (SUNY) today.

vballphys- I have heard from others applicants that Florida and Chicago have already interviewed people but I haven't heard from them either. I haven't heard anything from UT-San Antonio yet. I also have an phone/skype interview with Wayne State this week.


im bored :|

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby vballphys » Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:06 am

zeebo17- congrats on McGill and SUNY! What program are you most interested in of the ones you applied to?

twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby grae313 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:41 pm

vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Really, dude? You're a medical physics applicant and you haven't read this thread?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby WhoaNonstop » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:43 pm

vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Cats don't attend school.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:26 pm

vballphys wrote:zeebo17- congrats on McGill and SUNY! What program are you most interested in of the ones you applied to?

twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


. . .

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby HappyQuark » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:35 pm

WhoaNonstop wrote:
vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Cats don't attend school.

-Riley


Hence why I'm wearing a bunny disguise. If they realized I was a cat, they would never let me attend university. Bunnies attend school, right? I'm worried I didn't think this through completely.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby vballphys » Wed Mar 02, 2011 3:04 pm

grae313 wrote:
vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Really, dude? You're a medical physics applicant and you haven't read this thread?



Actually no, I hadn't read that :oops: . But thanks for the link. I've been keeping track of gradcafe.com but I was only recently introduced to this thread by a friend (I had only used physicsgre.com to help study for pgre). Medphys has always been my top choice and I've relied on contacting professors and students to get a grasp on individual schools, not on hearsay of a website that lends itself to falsified testimonials. However, the link you referenced was very helpful and I'm glad to have read it 8)

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby 1491625 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:38 pm

HappyQuark wrote:
WhoaNonstop wrote:
vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Cats don't attend school.

-Riley


Hence why I'm wearing a bunny disguise. If they realized I was a cat, they would never let me attend university. Bunnies attend school, right? I'm worried I didn't think this through completely.


wait... you're a cat?! your bunny outfit really had me fooled..


Also, for future applicants:

I received an invitation to interview with UCLA in early January and an invitation from Houston in early February. I interviewed with Houston in mid-February and with UCLA in late February. I got acceptances from both of them yesterday. I also received an invitation to interview with Duke in the beginning of February and will be interviewing with them this weekend.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby Captnjohnny1618 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:07 pm

Accepted at UCLA yesterday!

Still have to hear from UPenn and VCU.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby grae313 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 12:22 pm

vballphys wrote:
grae313 wrote:
vballphys wrote:twistor- Are you a current grad student or undergrad applying?


Really, dude? You're a medical physics applicant and you haven't read this thread?



Actually no, I hadn't read that :oops: . But thanks for the link. I've been keeping track of gradcafe.com but I was only recently introduced to this thread by a friend (I had only used physicsgre.com to help study for pgre). Medphys has always been my top choice and I've relied on contacting professors and students to get a grasp on individual schools, not on hearsay of a website that lends itself to falsified testimonials. However, the link you referenced was very helpful and I'm glad to have read it 8)


Heh, OK. Sorry for being a bit harsh there :)

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:56 pm

grae313 wrote:Heh, OK. Sorry for being a bit harsh there :)


You mean, "Sorry for being a bitCharsh there?"

jk :P

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby vballphys » Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:33 am

congrats on both Houston and UCLA, 1491625! for PhD?

Anyone know approximately how many people will be at Wisconsin's open house next weekend? I've heard estimates in the 30s, seems high but not I guess considering their reputation its not that high. I'm just glad to have some meetings lined up, hopefully some funding will come of it :?:

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby grae313 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:55 pm

twistor wrote:
grae313 wrote:Heh, OK. Sorry for being a bit harsh there :)


You mean, "Sorry for being a bitCharsh there?"

jk :P


What is an arsh? :?

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby axiomofchoice » Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:03 pm

grae313 wrote:What is an arsh? :?


ARSH = Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/ARSH)

On the more geeky side, arsh is the arcsin function with lots of imagination (http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Arsh.html).

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby HappyQuark » Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:32 pm

grae313 wrote:
twistor wrote:
grae313 wrote:Heh, OK. Sorry for being a bit harsh there :)


You mean, "Sorry for being a bitCharsh there?"

jk :P


What is an arsh? :?


I believe it's a misspelling of the word arse.

I believe he was calling you a bitch arse or, after translating from slang, a bitch ass. Really it was uncalled for considering the scenario.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby Kites » Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:50 pm

Fun is fun. But you guys are derailing what's a productive thread for people applying to medical physics.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby grae313 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:55 pm

HappyQuark wrote:
grae313 wrote:
twistor wrote:You mean, "Sorry for being a bitCharsh there?"

jk :P


What is an arsh? :?


I believe it's a misspelling of the word arse.

I believe he was calling you a bitch arse or, after translating from slang, a bitch ass. Really it was uncalled for considering the scenario.


I believe he was making a joke, which is always called for in any scenario.

twistor, from one bitcharsh to another, STFU :)

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby HappyQuark » Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:13 pm

Kites wrote:Fun is fun. But you guys are derailing what's a productive thread for people applying to medical physics.


I agree with your first sentiment, specifically that fun most certainly is fun. I would even argue that, by definition, fun is fun. As to your second statement, I don't agree that my fun is derailing this thread, nor do I accept your tacit premise that a thread on medical physics should not be derailed.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby bfollinprm » Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:16 pm

If you want to enshrine the information in this thread, I suggest asking a moderator for permission to write an article (those things at the top of the forum board).

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby WhoaNonstop » Sat Mar 05, 2011 3:29 am

Kites wrote:Fun is fun. But you guys are derailing what's a productive thread for people applying to medical physics.


I think this thread is great! I've seen a lot of good communication between medical physics students. It's unfortunate none of them want to post their profiles to help future applicants. ;)

-Riley

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:42 am

WhoaNonstop wrote:
Kites wrote:Fun is fun. But you guys are derailing what's a productive thread for people applying to medical physics.


I think this thread is great! I've seen a lot of good communication between medical physics students. It's unfortunate none of them want to post their profiles to help future applicants. ;)

-Riley


It's too small of a field with too few schools for any reasonable guarantee of anonymity.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:48 am

grae313 wrote:I believe he was making a joke, which is always called for in any scenario.

twistor, from one bitcharsh to another, STFU :)


=P

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:50 am

HappyQuark wrote:I believe he was calling you a bitch arse or, after translating from slang, a bitch ass. Really it was uncalled for considering the scenario.


Someone didn't read the entire thread.

And this bullshit about only being able to embed 3 quotes is getting annoying.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby WhoaNonstop » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:52 am

twistor wrote:
WhoaNonstop wrote:
Kites wrote:Fun is fun. But you guys are derailing what's a productive thread for people applying to medical physics.


I think this thread is great! I've seen a lot of good communication between medical physics students. It's unfortunate none of them want to post their profiles to help future applicants. ;)

-Riley


It's too small of a field with too few schools for any reasonable guarantee of anonymity.


I realize this, as it's been said before. Yet I'm still confused about the underlying reasons for remaining anonymous. I realize there may be some cases where being anonymous is important, but in general why is everyone so afraid about revealing information? (I've asked this question before, but nobody seems to want to answer it?)

twistor wrote:And this bullshit about only being able to embed 3 quotes is getting annoying.


I hear you on that one. =P

-Riley

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:00 am

WhoaNonstop wrote:
I think this thread is great! I've seen a lot of good communication between medical physics students. It's unfortunate none of them want to post their profiles to help future applicants. ;)

It's too small of a field with too few schools for any reasonable guarantee of anonymity.

I realize this, as it's been said before. Yet I'm still confused about the underlying reasons for remaining anonymous. I realize there may be some cases where being anonymous is important, but in general why is everyone so afraid about revealing information? (I've asked this question before, but nobody seems to want to answer it?)

-Riley


For me it's a matter of being able to speak freely. I sometimes say things that are edgy or offensive to some people that I probably wouldn't voice aloud IRL so I maintain anonymity in order to retain freedom of speech.

Moreover, I have a dissenting opinion as far as the medical physics community is concerned. I tell people it doesn't involve physics research in any way that would be recognized by a physicist as "physics research" and that's apparently offensive to a lot of medical physicists who want to maintain the status quo of medical physics as a subfield of physics when in fact it is something entirely different. It's not bad that it's different. I just think people need to be honest about how different it really is and a lot of people don't agree with that.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby WhoaNonstop » Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:09 am

twistor wrote:For me it's a matter of being able to speak freely. I sometimes say things that are edgy or offensive to some people that I probably wouldn't voice aloud IRL so I maintain anonymity in order to retain freedom of speech.

Moreover, I have a dissenting opinion as far as the medical physics community is concerned. I tell people it doesn't involve physics research in any way that would be recognized by a physicist as "physics research" and that's apparently offensive to a lot of medical physicists who want to maintain the status quo of medical physics as a subfield of physics when in fact it is something entirely different. It's not bad that it's different. I just think people need to be honest about how different it really is and a lot of people don't agree with that.


Twistor, I understand your reasons for anonymity fully, but how about the other people who are posting on this thread? I realize there are some people who are a little off the wall online, more so than they are in real life. However, most of the people posting here don't fit into that category, yet they still engage in remaining completely anonymous. I find that perplexing. I realize it's everyone's own choice to stay anonymous, but there has to be an underlying reason in doing so.

-Riley

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby quizivex » Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:40 am

WhoaNonstop wrote:Twistor, I understand your reasons for anonymity fully,
Yea some people are exempted. If he weren't anonymous, he might not have dished out legendary hilarious lines like this:
twistor on Apr 16, 2008 wrote:U R LIKE GIANT COCK OF WISDOM EJAKULATING UR KNOWLEDGE ONTO THESZE FORUMSS. PLZ ALOW US TO LAP UP UR TASTY WISDOM-CUM LIKE THE KNOWLEDGE WHOREZ THAT WE R.

I wouldn't want to find out what a watered-down, discreet version of twistor would sound like...

"U R LIKE GIANT water gun OF WISDOM squirting UR KNOWLEDGE ONTO THESZE FORUMSS. PLZ ALOW US TO soak UP UR TASTY WISDOM-water LIKE THE KNOWLEDGE sponges THAT WE R.

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

Postby WhoaNonstop » Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:05 am

quizivex wrote:
WhoaNonstop wrote:Twistor, I understand your reasons for anonymity fully,
Yea some people are exempted. If he weren't anonymous, he might not have dished out legendary hilarious lines like this:
twistor on Apr 16, 2008 wrote:U R LIKE GIANT COCK OF WISDOM EJAKULATING UR KNOWLEDGE ONTO THESZE FORUMSS. PLZ ALOW US TO LAP UP UR TASTY WISDOM-CUM LIKE THE KNOWLEDGE WHOREZ THAT WE R.

I wouldn't want to find out what a watered-down, discreet version of twistor would sound like...

"U R LIKE GIANT water gun OF WISDOM squirting UR KNOWLEDGE ONTO THESZE FORUMSS. PLZ ALOW US TO soak UP UR TASTY WISDOM-water LIKE THE KNOWLEDGE sponges THAT WE R.


It's been a long time since I've played with water guns.

-Riley

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Re: 2011 Medical Physics Programs

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