THE MORNING SHOW
Happy Birthday to Us!
Celebrating Our 8th Year Anniversary!!!!!!!
OPEN PHONE FRIDAY
When Anything Goes…
And Usually Does!!!
Patrick talks with listeners and ponders emailed questions from the audience. Call in and participate on Fridays; we’d love to hear from you!
Everyone calling in to participate on Open Phones won a cool One Radio Network tee shirt designed by Scott, a listener in FL.
Everyone won today!
-Rudolph calls in from the Netherlands to talk about BitCoin and how much he’s enjoyed the show over the years
-Jewel, from NY, calls in to ask Patrick about how placing your hands and eat in the soil promotes better health; and asks for strategies to manifest desires and overcoming family negativity; Patrick teaches Jewel how to sing the HU
-Robert calls in to talk about increasing the bile flow to prevent kidney stones; he asks about how he could possibly dissolve the kidney stone as he does not want to pass it
-Atom Bergstrom calls in to celebrate our anniversary; what do you get when you mate a duck with dynamite?
-Donna, from NYC, calls in to chat and congratulate Patrick for 8 years on the air
-From Lynne, in NE:Last Friday on Open Phones Friday, John mentioned he found an 1894 edition of “Practice of Medicine” by William Osler, which was a volume in Appleton’s Medical Library. The book was 2,000 pages and the used book store wanted $600 for it, which John hadn’t coughed out yet, so he said he would go in to visit the book.
This book seems to be the same as “The Principles and Practice of Medicine”. I found an 1899 version of that title by Sir William Osler online at https://archive.org/details/principlespracti00osleuoft. The bottom of the page shows editions from 5 other years. I couldn’t make out the years, but they seem to be all around that decade.
The 1899 online version was 1218 pages long. From what I saw of it, it didn’t appear to have any photographs. But the text is probably comparable to the book John saw. This is an opportunity for everyone to access the wisdom or lack or it in early medical practice. This book was the first medical textbook and was the most significant medical textbook for over 40 years.
To get the free download of the book, go to https://archive.org/details/principlespracti00osleuoft and then choose from the download options in the right column. I chose PDF and it took a very long time to download and then to open up. Must be patient.
and so much more!!!
open phones eighth anniversary show, sharon, atom and you, March 4, 2016, hour one