Archive for June, 2006

Kids in the pharmacy

Who here hates kids in their store? You all know the type. The mother walks them in, proceeds to turn right around and shop and completely ignore them. Its like the pharmacy is their little playground. The kid is either: Screaming his head off because his mom wont buy him a candy bar Tearing the […]

Friday, June 30th, 2006

A letter from our patient

A long time customer brought in this letter for us to read. She wrote this in 1991, and for some reason decided to dig it back up again. This is 100% transcribed, i didnt alter it one bit. So here we go, the mistery of the Bermuda Triangle: Dear Weekly World News, I have been […]

Sunday, June 4th, 2006

AARP, WHI, and Argus. Paving the way of shitty Rx processors

Who here is angry that WHI’s Rx processing was slow/down all week? Who here is tired of paying 7 to 10 cents per Rx transmission only to have WHI’s shitty servers eat up your $1.50 of profit? I think that when Rx processors are slow/down, and there is a known system-wide issue, we should get […]

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006

The Angry Pharmacist is Stephen Fry proof thanks to caching by WP Super Cache

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