Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Identity crises

My brother lives a couple of miles away and every time I go there to coerce him into free babysitting so I can do things like not lose my mind for an hour while he watches the boys, I see this sign:
I don't even know what to think about Dr. Eggleston. Please discuss.

18 comments:

Public Artist said...

Wow. That must be like the ultimate in ambulance chasing credentials.

CaJoh said...

Uhh— perhaps he's there to sue the other guy for malpractice.

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

My comment is almost identical to Public Artist's. It's ambulance chasing at its finest.

Matt's got a year of law school left, maybe there's still time to do the chiropractic. Better call him...

Luisa Perkins said...

That's HI-larious. Talk about genre-hopping.

Luisa Perkins said...

I just showed the photo to my husband. He said, "Maybe I should branch out and shake it up a little."

Kristina P. said...

I wonder if you can sue him if he breaks your neck. Can you retain him as your lawyer to sue himself? So many questions.

Annie Valentine said...

I don't get it. Seriously. I think I'm an idiot.

Shellie said...

I'd go to him. but only if he gave me law advice while he was jumping on my back or whatever chiroprachters do.

Annette Lyon said...

Reminds me of two businesses next door to each other that used to be down the street from my in-laws--a gym and a mortuary. I figured if someone worked out too hard and had a heart attack, the gym staff would just carry them next door.

May Dr. Eggleston has a short attention span?

Iguana Montana said...

I just KNEW there was something else I could do with my law degree.

Of course, some would say it was a miracle of evolution: a shark who says "quack."

Sorry. Couldn't resist. No offense intended to the chiropractors out there.

Nancy said...

Have you tried him out?

Debbie said...

I think he's brilliant. Who would ever consider suing him? He's covering all the bases.

charrette said...

Ahahahaha! So he chases ambulances, cracks people's backs, and then sues the other guy? Hilarious.

Heather of the EO said...

Well, you can kill two birds with one stone there. If you've been in a car accident that WAS NOT your fault, of course, the doc can work on you while you discuss how to totally cream the dude that smacked you.

Kazzy said...

Very interesting combo there, huh?

Alison Wonderland said...

I don't know what to say. But I was here, and I giggled.

Eowyn said...

I'm am rolling on the floor. That's too funny.

I'm not sure I'd want my chiropractor to also be my lawyer.

Course my chiro is my brother. . .

Jenny said...

Sounds like a serious conflict of interest to me;)