And the TB lecturer, while very interesting and engaging, especially when compared to the Asthma lecturer who completely failed to show up (Lowene: "He's probably out saving lives." Scott: "He'd better be - because now we can't."), droned on and on and on, lecturing from 10:55 to 12:05 instead of 10:45-11:45, which would have allowed us the normal lunch hour.
Lunch isn't that exciting today anyway - just fish, rice, and veggies - but it's being somewhere other than the bloody classroom. At least this morning marked another first lecture by Dr. Burkhardt, who always spends his first lecture showing us slides of all the places he's been and seen. Today, it was Chamonix, France, so we had 40 minutes of mountains and hikes and 15 minutes of lung anatomy. It's been a slow day so far.