Sunday, November 9, 2008

DNR BOOK ONE PART I

To start at the beginning of DNR BOOK TWO click here.

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7 comments:

A.H. said...

I keep getting the feeling a lot of this isn't made up.

MisterV said...

These are my memoirs from my crappy hospital job. Many details have been changed so I don't violate any HIPPA laws, but the situations are all (unfortunately) based on real events.

Justin said...

This was highly enjoyable. It's been a long while since I've read something so entertaining. The strip with the stabbed woman being dropped off was highly moving, and it was great that you were able to offset that with a laugh at the end. Fantastic.

Caleb said...

Saw a random image on that LJ Images site that just links everything posted. Decided I liked the art, clicked on a whim.

Read them all. Fascinating, funny, occasionally moving. These were excellent across the board.

MisterV said...

Thanks for reading, and for the kind words, Caleb. I appreciate it.

Sajmon said...

I really like your stuff, keep'em comming.
The stories from the hospital proves that truth is stranger than fiction.

MisterV said...

Thank you, Sajmon! You keep readin' 'em, I'll keep makin' 'em!

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