[OMG! I wrote a blog post and a half while I was in the doctor's office and it got deleted accidentally!!!]
We're sitting in the waiting room and I grab an issue of Men's Health. It will come as no surprise to you that I bypass all the diet and exercise articles and head straight for the juicy stuff. They polled a bunch of men and women about "kinky" preferences, and presented a graph of their results. Here is a summary and my peanut gallery comments.
* Turns out the top two kinky activities that both men and women prefer are: 1. Public sex; 2. Sex toys. Meh.
* The top kinky activity that women prefer and men don't is: NOTHING! I got a good laugh because there were over a dozen items plotted on the graph and there was nothing in this quadrant. Altho now that I think about it, I guess men are easy that way. Whatever you say, boss!
Being a stats major, I just find poll construction and results interesting. Another thing I find interesting is operational inefficiency. Maybe that's why I'm so attached to Full Tilt. But seriously, why do doctors make people wait so long? Having gone to business school and worked at a management consulting company, I'm just amazed that systematically doctor's offices have such long waits. We had to wait an hour for a 12:00 appointment. I mean I could sort of understand if it was a 4:00 appointment (since you have more appointments that could get backed up), but that's why you have a flexible lunch break - take longer for lunch if your morning appointments go quickly and take less time to eat if you get backed up. Jesus Christy! You're running a business - don't keep your customers waiting! As it is, we're never going back there again. Thanks to universal coverage, I'm afraid wait times may only get worse.
And if they think their time is more valuable than ours, FU you never-got-laid-in-college-because-you-were-too-busy-studying, massively-in-debt-from-4-years-of-grad-school, minimum-wage-earning-during-your-residency and now-getting-butt-hocked-by-HMOs-and-universal-health-care POS!!! Hmm... I shouldn't have had that cup of coffee this morning. If any of you guys are doctors, I'm just joking. I have lots of friends who are doctors... or at least I used to before this post.
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