Reports erupted earlier this week that children of renowned transplant surgeon Earl Bosniak, M.D., FACS, don’t want to be seen with him at the mall. Despite his having wowed the world with delicate mastery of complex transplant techniques and heroic audacity in the operating room, his fifteen year-old son requested to be dropped off one block away from the NorthPointe AMC movie Theater so as not to be seen with him.
Bosniak has not yet made himself available to respond to the allegations, but initial charges of his un-coolness gained traction when several members of the high school wrestling team spotted him at Target stepping out of the family’s Dodge Caravan wearing tube socks and pleated jean shorts. The Daily Medical Examiner will keep you posted as Dr. Bosniak discovers the humbling reality that no matter how far you go in this world, your teenagers will always think that you are an embarrassment to humanity.
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