I’ve been meaning to write an article (one of these days, REALLY!) about my time here in San Francisco. The ups. The downs. The many, many times I’ve said I was going to move away and why I’m still here. For now, I keep saying, and I mean it. At least, I mean it for now.
In the meantime, this article is spot-on. And may just be subtly nudging me in my next direction. Whenever – wherever (though I think I know) – that is.
Because I like an unhealthy relationship that keeps drawing you back (something I of course know NOTHING about), I’m “obsessed with you, you stoner freak of a city.”
They say admitting your faults is the first step, right?
How To Live In San Francisco For A Short Period Of Time
Excited to be working on this. About a month away…can’t wait!
Webbys to Stream Live on Facebook – Digits – WSJ
The last time I thought seriously about this question was in high school, and the answer then was that I really wanted to see Bauhaus’ 1979 “In the Flat Field” tour. Two things make me realize what a sad bastard grown up I’ve become: first, that the last time I thought seriously about this…
For those of you lucky to know Rick Webb, this is quintessentially him. And only one of about a bazillion reasons why those who know Rick, love Rick.
Why Rick Webb will always be one of my BFFs.
Upon finishing my second residency at Hopkins in Baltimore in September of 2007, I moved back to Williamsburg to start a new kind of practice:
- Patients would visit my website
- See my Google calendar
- Choose a time and input their symptoms
- My iphone would alert me
- I would make a house call
What happens to doctors who think outside the box?