posted on Dec, 19 2011 @ 11:38 PM
Originally posted by Jewcano
I'm seriously questioning everything. I may only be a lowly mailroom clerk but I do have a basic understanding of spelling, grammar and how to craft
a few lines of prose. I also know that if I issue a challenge, say the clinical significance of "ecchordosis physalifera" that I will make sure that
I spell it correctly.
I would expect more attention to detail, and a greater command of the English language from a medical doctor; I would imagine patients would expect it
I think you missed a comma in your line of prose.
"...basic understanding of spelling, grammar, and how to craft a few lines of prose."
I'm an ex-lit major and I still can't type or spell well, that doesn't invalidate my opinions. It's an interesting psychology though hardly a
valid criticism of another's post here.
It's kind of pointless to debate rather or not the bill is real really, we all know a tylenol doesn't cost six dollars, and we all know how
completely out of touch with reality the American Health Care INDUSTRY has gotten.
Not so long ago, your doctor was a doctor, not a specialist. He took care of the community rather than punching a clock, and instead of raping your
financial well being with overpriced and highly specialized 'services', you could pay the man with chickens or whatever you could afford. Ah but now
we have progress, we've come so far haven't we?