>LAWYER: "Doctor, where did you learn that chelating
>mercury was proper dental care?"
>How would you answer that one?
That's an easy one! I would love to be in that court-
room setting getting that question. Unfortunately I do
not chelate mercury. If I did; I would say to the lawyer:
"Established medical practice in all major hospitals all
over the World in cases of high and unintentional heavy
LAWYER: But you are a dentist and shouldn't practice medicine!
El Hanso: (to the lawyer): Did you ever meet a person who had
caught a cold?
LAWYER: Yes, ... but..
El Hanso: Did you tell that person that: "You have a cold, you should
go home" or "He is down with the flu" or something.
LAWYER: Yes, of course. It happens at least once a week in winter
I have to tell the court that my client cannot turn up because
he or she is sick, in bed with a cold.
El Hanso: And you tell the court that you have met with your client that
day and can sort of verify why the client couldn't make it?
LAWYER: Yes, but where is this leading ...?
El Hanso: It just lead to the fact that we can establish that you, in front of
a lot of truthful witnesses, admitted to making medical diagnosises
on a routin basis. I do not think you learned that in law-school.
Can you present the Court with your medical license, please ?
Heck, I love squeeeezing lawyers (and some occasional dentist).
Bye for now,