Friday, February 11, 2005

Urgent care

The services you receive there are neither urgently nor carefully delivered. Why the false advertising? Long story short, I got my medicine and I'm going to wait patiently for the miracle cure to take effect.

Bon soir mes amis.

1 comment:

  1. When I went to urgent care a few months back with a kidney stone, I was happy they brought me something yummy in a needle, which I "urgently" needed. And they didn't seem to "care" too much that I had gnawed a hole in the pillow in the exam room while waiting to see the MD on call. (I have no idea what anyone said to me or what I said to anyone before the arrival of drugs. My wife said I was mean and hateful. I said she was, too, during delivery of our first, on no medication, and 2 hours labor. She doesn't remember that, either.)

    Don't know what you were in for, hope it's better now. Sounds like you subscribe to my motto:

    "Better living through chemistry."

    And tell Oprah (who was born in the same year I was) that I haven't felt 30 since a "friend" warned me on my 35th birthday that "the Bible only promises 70 years. Thirty-five is halfway there." Yeah, that helps.

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