Debating: Road Trips and Medical Ethics

I know what you’re thinking. I can see it in your eyes. You’re thinking:

Holy shit, this blog is sucking some major buttocks this week!

And, well, yes. I’m aware. But only because I am busting my ass behind the scenes to get some cool stuff going on. And apparently I am not a good multi-tasker. Well, and also because I haven’t turned on my computer at home in almost a week (which translates too busting my ass on my blog behind the scenes at work. I’m aware.)

ANYway, today’s mindless distractions designed to take you away from your more important things to do are a poll and a heated debate about the Hippocratic Oath.

First – a vote. Let’s say hypothetically that you and your husband and/or your girlfriends and/or your boyfriends and/or your cats were thinking about taking a weekend road trip somewhere. And let’s say hypothetically that you were going to rent a car in order to save the wear and tear on your vehicle and potentially play at a little Thelma and Louise sans the canyon.

Do you go gas guzzler practical or hot?

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Second on the Time Suck Agenda today – should a pharmacist or physician be able to deny you medication or treatment based on their personal moral or religious beliefs?

Wait! Don’t answer that! Come on over tonight to listen to Avitable and I hash it out and share your opinions on the line or in the chat room!

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