think those doctors who have no parents won't worry abt such things happening to them
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First off, no matter what the circumstance, what the son did is not acceptable.
However having seen a similar situation first hand, and in that case, although from an outsiders point of view, like this, the mother appears to be a saint by sacrificing everything for her only son, if you had to stay with that woman, she would drive you totally nuts.
So I feel that the mother probably had a big part to play in this case as well.
However, in this case if the son really cannot tahan living with the mother anymore, and money is not a real issue here, he should either have moved and left the flat to the mother, bought her a 3 room flat of her own, or moved her to a home. There are always other options, just leaving her bags on the door step is pretty heartless, even if she is the biggest b&*ch around, she still is his mother and has taken care of all his needs all these years
what the world is becoming? remember that there's someone is watching. just beware.
The only person with a vendetta is you. WTF is your problem? You have been on my case since ESPN's time - you are one of his minions no doubt.
I'm not going to have a 'verbal joust' in this thread as it is against forum rules. I will happily debate you offline in PM. I'm not going to break forum rules for a turd like you.
Last edited by Tetrode; 21st February 2007 at 06:55 PM.
I agree about driving you nuts part. BUT why in the world did the doctor took over the flat and drove the mother out? Common, he earn 200k a year, and his wife also working, surely they can afford a flat of their own.
I agree that some mothers are quite err... terrible to live with. If you don't want to live with your parents, fine. Go out and get your own place.
I guess all of us feel that way to. So the bottomline again, who is this doctor huh?
There is an old cantonese says "Good Daugther-in-law is better than a Good Son"
So, what we see here is a ideal example of that. Really pity that woman.
I don't think anybody can deny them their right as individuals to pursue a better life. Granted, it's a pity they cannot stay and help their nation, but what would any of us do in their position?
People and jobs are mobile and they obey the laws of economics. Anybody who believes that the medical industry is supposed to be unique (ie: where the laws of economics do not apply) and is supposed to behave unlike any other industry, is not living in reality.
Jobs in advertising, IT, manufacturing, education, etc... all obey the laws of economics, is medicine supposed to be any different?
Some of the posts here are rather remarkable. Going by their expectations, doctors are supposed to work punishing hours, shoulder a heavy burden of responsibility, get paid a pittance, have to be at the beck and call of the public, and goodness knows what else.
C'mon guys, would any of you take that sort of deal? I mean, really?
Incidentally, for everybody reading this:
Leadership 101 : Don't ever ask others to do anything you are not prepared to do yourselves.