Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Magazines and Doctors


In a perfect world, the doctor would walk in right after you finished that magazine article you were reading. I hate being cut off before I am done. I want to know if that guy got convicted or if that researcher ever found that artifact or if that football player ever got his money back from that slimy agent.

But I also hate waiting. So you would think I would be happier if the doctor came in in the middle of an article as opposed to five minutes later at the end of the article. What the heck is going on in this world? Some things don't make sense. There's no pleasing some people.

5 comments:

Laura said...

I think that you've been spending too much time around doctors lately.

michael said...

That's the truth. I had this breakthrough after being interrupted for the 15th time mid-magazine last fall. I think I will avoid the doctor from now on just so it doesn't happen again.

Jeremy Eubanks said...

...or you could avoid magazines.

Peter Frankenschmidt (OG) said...

I've always wanted to sneak a copy of high times into the examination room just to screw with the patients who came in after me. I don't know where to buy it, though....

doctor office magazines are germ central, btw. grab a pair of latex exam gloves before picking them up.

michael said...

Haha. I like the idea of the doctor walking in on you with latex gloves on reading a magazine. They will think you're nuts!