Note To High School And College Kids In The Audience

To: High School and College Kids in the audiene (or parents of same)
From: Mitch Berg, Ornery Peasant
Re: A Tip From Future You

Dear Kids,

Study up, get into a Tier 1 law school, and get into medical malpractice law:

Your future self, sitting on the deck of your yacht, will thank your present self. And, by extension, me.

That is all.

9 thoughts on “Note To High School And College Kids In The Audience

  1. lol, look. Berg thinks the Judicial system is still functional.

    So cute.

  2. From the referenced Boston Review article:
    Offering preferential care based on race or ethnicity may elicit legal challenges from our system of colorblind law.
    . . .
    We encourage other institutions to proceed confidently on behalf of equity and racial justice, with backing provided by recent White House executive orders.

  3. The authors are saying that while what they propose is illegal, Biden’s White House has their back.

  4. Night Writer, the authors make an explicit call to steer heart attack patients to a specialized cardio unit or general medicine based entirely on their race.
    They want doctors to tell white people “You say you want to go to a cardio unit, but because you are white, I am not going to do that.”

  5. Is there a doctor in the house?

    Who was Hippocrites and why does he matter to this discussion?

  6. The disadvantage for the young person who desires to get rich by suing this hospital is that because rioters are increasingly allowed to loot and pillage without getting arrested, the enterprising young lawyer will need to fear getting killed for his efforts. It also stands to reason that doctors who respect their Hippocratic oath are going to need to fear the same. God help us when they’re not allowed to help us under fear of a brick to the noggin.

    At least the Visigoths had to besiege Rome before pillaging it. We’ve just opened the gates and told the defense to stand down.

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