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It has come to my attention that a vociferous few have taken up a new sport. The rules involved are to read an article obviously written with tongue firmly in cheek, take umbrage, and scribble off a snotty letter to the publication responsible for printing such amusing journalism.

Extra points are earned for saying you are married to, have known, or have worked with any member of the medical profession, for saying that the perpetrator of such 'humour' is 'out of touch with normal GPs' and or stating that he needs to go on some kind of retraining course to rid himself of his 'unhealthy cynicism'.

I should like to start a backlash against such letter writers. There will be a small concert held in the honour of Dr Peverley in my back garden on July 10.

I'm hoping you may be able to send me a lifesize cardboard representation of him (the Christine Keeler pose is a particular favourite of the Pev-ettes) so we can dance around it and praise his humour and cleverness.

Yours in expectant longing for any contact with said doctor.

Dr Sarah Bedford

Pev-ette Extraordinaire

(and Locum GP)

Edinburgh

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