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Do Hospitals Drop Children On Their Heads Frequently?


Posted by Non-Hamster on December 13th, 2010

I'm seriously beginning to think that may very well be the case.  I don't know, maybe it's got to do with the economy or something.  I mean, I am all in favor of making dead sure that I've got the absolute cheapest health insurance policy available simply because for the last 30 years or more money has been getting to be harder and harder to come by.

However I draw the line at getting so frugal that you would use a hospital with such fumble fingered staff.  Sadly, I see more evidence nearly every day that for at least the last thirty years the vast majority of children have very likely been dropped on their heads repeatedly.

What else could explain the ever growing global pandemic of stupidity?  I mean things like somebody in a position of authority asks me a question and I answer it as completely and accurately as I can.  Then a day or three later they return and ask me the same question again.  Often these exchanges are by email with the previous conversation quoted in the message.  Anybody who actually bothered to READ my reply to them would know that I had in fact answered the question with exactly the information that was needed.

But no, instead they simply ask me again and have the unmitigated BALLS to accuse me of not answering in the first place when it's right there in black and white that I *DID* answer.

Technorati Tags: brain rot, epidemic, stupidity, disease, pandemic, idiots

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1 Comment

  1. TwoTonTilly on 14.12.2010 at 09:27 (Reply)


    Sounds like regular government procedures to me.  They don’t think, don’t read, don’t comprehend normal communication.

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