Bob and George
Saturday, February 16th, 2002 #670
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My Canadian readers should get this reference.

For those of you not from the Great White North, Canadian television stations will occasionally air these little ad spots called Heritage Minutes, in which they show re-enactments of some of the great things Canadians have done. One in particular is the tale of Wilder Penfield, one of the first neurosurgeons. He was one of the first to attempt to map the brain, and in the Heritage Minute, this is shown with him poking and prodding a woman's brain. At one point, she says that she smells burnt toast, indicating that he's located an olfactory sensor and the part of her brain responsible for her seizures. But the whole thing is just so bizarre that I had to make a joke out of it.

Oh, by the way, Penfield was actually an American that moved to Canada, something they don't bother to mention when they refer to him in the re-enactment as "the greatest Canadian... alive!"


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