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The break before Penn Med was short but sweet. I did some beach bumming, read for pleasure, played some futbol, played (worked) in the orgo lab, and visited friends around the NE. And slept. A lot. Mmmmmmmmm.

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Ingrid and I went to see Blue Man Group in Boston - AWESOME. This one used lots of paper towel rolls, spurting neon paint, and vacuum hoses. The show is an amazing theatrical experience. If anyone wants to go to another one, I'm there. This guy’s green eyes look kinda funky with the blue paint.

We also went to see Avenue Q in New York - HILARIOUS. I knew most of the songs and the storyline already, but I laughed just as hard as anyone else. We made the occasion more festive by dyeing our hair blue (can you say wannabe punk?) and visiting cat-man Jeff. He was a bit thrown off by the hair, I think.

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I wasn't part of this fiasco...interesting artistic take on the Women's Table, eh? There wouldn't be a trouble-making Canadian aboot, would there? Check out the soap suds and the devil duckie! Yale maintenance came by later, none too pleased...

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Ingrid and Tiff came to visit Philly before med school started. We went with some of Tiff's friends to Buddakan, a trendy modern place with terrific Asian fusion cuisine and scrumptious desserts. I sat like the Buddha and then tried to, uh, stealthily snag some more of the Chocolate Bento Box dessert as Ingrid took the photo of us (so it appears). Right, an example of some of the beautiful illuminated statuary in Philly's Center City neighborhood (where I now live). If you see it in person, you’ll understand what took my breath away. Below, one of the quirky shops in town: Wonderland caters to anyone interested in trippy flights Alice-fashion.

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