Man goes into a restaurant and places his order. He idly asks the waiter why the waiter has a teaspoon in his jacket pocket. The waiter explains that the teaspoon is closest to the edge of the table and sometimes falls to the floor. When that happens, I just replace the spoon with the spoon in my pocket; I don't have to make a trip to the kitchen. Management here is very concernd with efficiency which is why I always carry a spare spoon.
Customer then asks the waiter why he has a string coming out of his fly. Waiter explains that the string is connected to his "water works" and that when he needs to relieve himself he just pulls on the string. If he doesn't touch himself he doesn't have to wash his hands and that saves time. All in the name of efficiency.
Customer then asks how the waiter gets his "water works" back in. Waiter: I don't know about the other waiters, but I use the spoon!
Jim and Marie
Dx Age 62- PSA 5/11 6.7
5/21/11 BX: R 6of6+ L 2of6, 3+4
6/04/11 PCa DX, G-7
6/15/11 CT/Bone Clear
8/08/11 daVinci@Henry Ford
8/15 PostOp Path: G7(4+3), pT3b,EPE,+PNI,-marg,+SVI,+LNI (1of8)
10/08 Post-Op PSA: 6.9!! 2nd PSA: 6.7/bone clear/CT poss. 6mm node
11/8/11 1st Lupron
1/15/12 PSA .9 T .24
1/24/12 RadOnc says RT
1/31/12 MO Dr. Stadler says NO RT
3/8/12 PSA 0.43, 2nd Lupron