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The nurse then had me draw a clock showing the time of 8:20.
Goodness why? You can tell time
tengineer1, I have no idea. Perhaps it was because although I have owned some very nice watches over my time haven’t worn one since I retired in 2003. May be protocol for the new “Senior citizen” checkup guideline questions to see if you had awareness/cognizance. I did not draw a perfect circle to show the 12.3.6 and 9. But did pass. LOL Have never had a question like that.
Best one so far Dutchie. Stay on it.
Amen to that. The cartoons frame my mood for the rest of the day.
I can so relate to much of this shit, it’s been one doctor after another this year. It’s my social network now.
Man, I know that. . . I went from not seeing a single doctor for nearly 15 years to seeing several a year now. Of course I nearly died in the interim. . . .
Cmakin,at least you are seeing them in person. This zoom/telehealth charges the same fees, it just doesn’t feel the same.I guess that means I am healthier. Perhaps not. $$$$
I have only had a couple of Zoom doctor visits. The rest have been in person.
- Owners manual told you to take to dealer and get valves adjusted
- No one is going to pry the top off of a sealed battery to get a drink when cutting the radiator hose is so easy.Tastes just like 'shine.
I was in the ER for two days (not Covid) and am still sifting through the damn bills. Then I had eye surgery a month later. Only bright spot in my year thus far as now I am on the road to improved vision. But what an ordeal…
4 years ago I was in the hospital for a month, over two weeks in the ICU. At least my insurance picked up the $600,000+ bill. . . .