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I never drink with strangers ‘cept on Mondays. Isn’t today Monday, huh? And the stars are shining. And the bells are chiming. We’ll Radios We’ll drink to Monday, huh? Here you go, and Tuesday. Oh, I never drink twice with strangers before :. And isn’t it up to : now? Huh? – ♪ And the moon is singing ♪ ♪ And the grass is growing ♪ ♪ And the bells are chiming ♪ ♪ And the stars are Radios ♪ Come on! Hurry. Good morning, Billy. Good mornin’. Come on! Hup! Come on! Look out! Aaah! Aaah! Stop, stop! Careful! Gently! We’ll take him to the academy. I’ll get Dr. Thornton. Easy, easy. And clean away the blood, Joseph. Clean it off as quickly as possible. Right, Dr. Thornton. Brandy here. Quick. Now, come on now. Open your mouth, come. That’s it. A nice little bit of brandy. Come on. There, there. What do you think, Harding? Is the femur broken? Can’t say so. Too much blood. But we should cut the leg off at the hip. Let’s try for once not to be butchers in frock coats. I’m going in to have a look. How’s the boy, Joseph? Come on, and again. Good boy. ♪ There was this old woman who lived in a shoe ♪ ♪ Rub-a-dub-dub ♪ The major artery’s been severed. I can’t see. Tourniquet! Get Dr. Rock! Quickly, get Dr. Rock! Thomas, thank God! He’s bleeding to death. I can’t find the artery. Another tourniquet. You’ve got it on the wrong artery. There. Pull. Tight. Tighter. There. Do you see? It’s the superficial circumflex iliac artery. You didn’t know about that one, did you, Harding? You thought it was the femoral. Good. The bleeding’s stopped. Start stitching. You’ll be all right now, Billy. Smaller stitches, for God sake, Harry. You’re not repairing an old boot. It’s a human artery. How the deuce did you discover that artery? Knowledge, Harry. You were taught anatomy by self-satisfied pompous idiots, who cared more about morality than medicine. Macklin is the most distinguished professor of anatomy at the University. He was senile before he reached puberty. The whole medical reputation of this city is consigned to a man who reads