Saturday, February 25, 2012

Waiting

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Jeers to the physician who recently left patients waiting over 2 ½ hours
for their scheduled appointments. At no time did staff offer an explanation
for the delay, issue any form of apology for the outrageously long wait or
extend the offer to reschedule appointments. I am also a professional who
lost an important part of my work day waiting for this professional who
obviously had little regard for my time. Equally upsetting was a fellow
waitees remark that they (the doctor and office staff) are so used to
working with old people that they figure we have all the time in the world
and it doesn't matter. Sadly I was thinking the same thing earlier as I
noticed the average age of the individuals in the waiting room was probably
70 years. This just added to the blatant disregard for the value of
people's time. I don't care how many years this individual spent in medical
school, shame on you doctor!
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Drivers

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Spokane and North Idaho drivers are probably the worst, most irresponsible
drivers I've ever seen. No kidding. Are there no manuals containing the
rules of the road your supposed to read and apply before you go out
tootling around in a 3000 lb machine capable of killing someone? If Idaho
drivers aren't endangering everyone around them at 20 mph over the speed
limit, their 10 mph under the limit, impeding traffic in the fast lane.
Totally oblivious to anyone around them. As for Spokane, when you actually
do give a turn signal, which is quite rare, do you really think it does any
good to do so while starting into your turn? While the police refuse to
aggressively enforce the laws pertaining to cell phone use while driving,
the young mindless newly licensed knuckleheads feel they must text while
driving regardless of mass warnings against doing so. These are just a
couple of examples I've cited. The moronic, mindless behavior of todays
drivers sure bring home that old saying of driving defensively. Oh, and
guys, that 4x4 lifted truck that acts as your penis extention, goes like
crazy in the snow, but stops just like everything else, not so well in the
snow and ice.
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Tipping

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



To all you selfish restaurant employees who seem to think you deserve a
tip, first of all, tipping comes after the service, not before, and with
your crappy attitudes of you all deserving to be tipped? Not with the
attitudes of selfishness! Do you tip housekeepers? I'm sure not because
your busy complaining about the small wages you make and taxes that are
taken out. Do you tip fast food workers? I'm sure not. Get of your high
horse and be happy you even have a damn job!
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A Big 'What'

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



A really big 'What' to the Medicare system. Are you ready people? They cut
dental services which some of us need bad, however they will pay for
Post-T-Vac for some guy to get a hard one. What? Our system needs to make
better decisions when it comes to what to cut. Shame, Shame Medicare
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Re: Love Everlasting

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Never have I ever fallen so completely head over heels with anyone as
quickly or as hard as I did with you.You were my everything. Now I'm left
with nothing but memories of you that I'll cherish forever. You truly are
the love of my life.. I love you. Always, me.
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Un-Tippers

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Word to the un-tippers and under-tippers ...shame. TIPS stands for "To
Insure Proper Service". If you received good service, do the right thing.
If you didn't, speak to a manager. Assuming you can read, I suggest you
pick up a copy of Barbara Ehrenreich's book "Nickled and Dimed ...Not
Making a Living in America" for an idea of the trouble you cause others.
While you're at it, watch a couple of old episodes of "My Name is Earl".
Once you get enlightened to the concept of Karma, you could star in your
very own episode and call it "Didn't Tip the Waitress". Time to start your
own lists, cheapies. J.
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Thank You

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Words cannot describe how thankful I am for the help absolute strangers
gave to my grandma and me during the hardest time of our lives this past
Valentine's Day. To all of you who stopped, helped, and consoled at the
intersection of 1st and Cedar; I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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Excited To See Me?

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



Well, thanks a heap for my creepy, awkward Valentine gift sent to my work
with no name....You know who I am.
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Bank Teller

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



You: handsome bank teller. Me: handsome customer near your age. I greet you
by name every time I come into the downtown branch. Small talk typically
includes asking about your plans for the weekend (and hoping to be a part
of them) but I have never been bold enough to ask you out. Dinner and
something more than small talk?
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Here's To You and Me

Posted on Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM



It's been an amazing 2 years and there is no doubt in my mind about us.
You're amazing, I love you babe. - babygirl
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