Just a couple of months ago I checked into a hospital. I had a pocket-knife in my possession; it's something I customarily and habitually carry. The nurses got all upset and insisted that I surrender this extremely dangerous artefact to my wife to take away. They didn't want that kind of blade on hospital premises.
the medical profession minders get a special " **** you" from me....Madigan Hospital for instance forbids smoking anywhere ON CAMPUS and every time I go see a doc I get asked if I am being abused at home as if it is any of their business and as if I would be stupid enough to be honest with them if I was.
These guys should stick to their day jobs, and leave the rest of my life to me.
Just as one example of the day job not being done well: they put be on a drug three years ago that is well known to lower B12 levels in the body, but no one ever told me and even though I get labs done every 6 months no one ever tested my B12 levels. Then I start having problems, talk to a doc, he says " that sounds like B12 deficiency, when was the last time your levels were checked?" The computer has the answer...never.