Tuesday, July 08, 2008

They Call Him Maverick

I've been watching the BBC series Medical Mavericks, about the history of self experimentors in medical science. It's sometimes gross (ingesting pellets of faeces mixed with urine, snot and flour anyone?) but always fascinating, but here's the thing... I've developed a somewhat surprising crush on the presenter, Dr Michael J. Mosley MD.



Maybe it's the urbane manner. Or the British accent, with the slight speech impediment. Or quite possibly it's the rubber gloves.

10 comments:

IRV said...

....the rubber gloves... LOL!!!

The Other Andrew said...

:)

::snap::

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

only caught the first one - not a bad series. and he is cute, avec or sans latex ;-)

doorbitch: qypustul!

mrpeenee said...

He seems to have no lips; I'm not saying that's good or bad, just noting it for the record.

John C said...

You want a prostate exam now?

It's not lack of lips, it's the expression of sneering disdain we Brits offer to the world.

Michael Guy said...

He certainly gives a lot of forehead. In some cultures that's a sign of superior intelligence.

I have wide set eyes to fall back on.

knitguyla said...

So the survey says ... he has no lips and an abnormally large forehead. Call me kooky, but he's losing appeal.

jason said...

He looks a bit Doogie Howserish...
in the best of all ways.

Ur-spo said...

medical history is facinating - at least I think so.

The Other Andrew said...

Hey, let's not get to judgemental about Dr Molsey MD. Forehead, lips, and all, I think he's a cutie. (Actually this is not the most flattering pic of him, but the gloves joke was too good to pass up.)