On Friday, October 30, 2020 at 6:22:24 AM UTC-4, Don Y wrote:
> <rolls eyes>
The VA requires you to stand six feet from the window. It\'s not fun trying to get your appointment sheets that way.On 10/30/2020 2:58 AM, Jasen Betts wrote:
If you\'ve got a dental clinic open for non emergency work during a
respiratory tract pandemic and child labor you\'ve already got worse
I assumed child meant ADULT child (young children don\'t often \"work
on dental patients\").
It\'s been ~9 months, now. How long do you imagine folks can go
without routine dental care? I\'ve been for two cleanings/exams
under these conditions. But, most medical services, here, are
erring on the side of extra precautions instead of playing
free and loose.
The same holds for other medical services; do you stop radiation
therapies? Chemo? Surgeries? Instead, you make intelligent
decisions about what you can gain significant benefit from to
offset potential risks (\"No, Gloria, that boob-job/tummy-tuck can
I haven\'t been to a barber for about 20 years. I cut it, myself About every three months, I cut it to a burr..[Many of our hospitals took a significant financial hit when elective
procedures were suspended.]
What I find amusing is how our goobernor came to the conclusion that
hair/nail salons were \"essential businesses\". Really? Did he think
folks couldn\'t survive without a hair cut or manicure??? It\'s
doubly amusing to see how few people have actually taken advantage
of that \"essential service\" (evidenced by the amount of \"bad hair\"
and \"chipped nail polish\" that you see).
> <rolls eyes>