My medical appointment….related to guns—worth the read~~!!!


My medical appointment….related to guns—worth the read~~!!!.

A sampling…Make sure you go read it all!!!

I visited a physician last week. It was a “new” doctor in the practice–a young lady (at MY age, EVERYBODY is “young”–when I was born, the Dead Sea wasn‘t even sick) who was quite enthusiastic. She was obviously a liberal by her dress and manner. I was thinking of hitting on her, but I don’t like the phrase, “You remind me of my grandfather.”  

She asked me what was wrong, and I replied, “I have a cut on my leg; and I think it may be getting infected.”

She said, “Before we start, I have to ask you a few questions. Are you allergic to any medications?” 

I replied, “No.”


She said, “Do you have any guns in the house?”


I said, “HUH??”


She replied, “Guns. Do you have any guns in the house?”


I asked, “Why?


She said, “I’ve got to ask this question. It is required under the Affordable Care Act.”


I asked, “What are you going to do with the data?”
 

She said, “We compile it, amalgamate it, and submit it to the government.”


I said, “Well, I have a Tommy Gun. I let my kid Tommy play with it.”


She said, “What’s a Tommy Gun? I don‘t think that is the kind of gun they are concerned with.”


With THAT, I knew I had a live one. I said, “It’s similar to a B.A.R., but a little heavier and shorter. I have a B.A.R. also.”


She said, “A B.A.R.?”


I said, “Yes.”


She looked puzzled. Then she brightened up and asked, “Do you have any assault rifles?”


I attempted to look puzzled, and said, “I don’t know. What is an assault rifle?”

I visited a physician last week. It was a “new” doctor in the practice–a young lady (at MY age, EVERYBODY is “young”–when I was born, the Dead Sea wasn‘t even sick) who was quite enthusiastic. She was obviously a liberal by her dress and manner. I was thinking of hitting on her, but I don’t like the phrase, “You remind me of my grandfather.”  

She asked me what was wrong, and I replied, “I have a cut on my leg; and I think it may be getting infected.”

She said, “Before we start, I have to ask you a few questions. Are you allergic to any medications?” 

I replied, “No.”


She said, “Do you have any guns in the house?”


I said, “HUH??”


She replied, “Guns. Do you have any guns in the house?”


I asked, “Why?”


She said, “I’ve got to ask this question. It is required under the Affordable Care Act.”


I asked, “What are you going to do with the data?”
 

She said, “We compile it, amalgamate it, and submit it to the government.”


I said, “Well, I have a Tommy Gun. I let my kid Tommy play with it.”


She said, “What’s a Tommy Gun? I don‘t think that is the kind of gun they are concerned with.”


With THAT, I knew I had a live one. I said, “It’s similar to a B.A.R., but a little heavier and shorter. I have a B.A.R. also.”


She said, “A B.A.R.?”


I said, “Yes.”


She looked puzzled. Then she brightened up and asked, “Do you have any assault rifles?”


I attempted to look puzzled, and said, “I don’t know. What is an assault rifle?”

– See more at: http://www.altadenagroup.com/CSIA/post_details.asp?p_ID=11064#sthash.izltehxw.dpuf

I visited a physician last week. It was a “new” doctor in the practice–a young lady (at MY age, EVERYBODY is “young”–when I was born, the Dead Sea wasn‘t even sick) who was quite enthusiastic. She was obviously a liberal by her dress and manner. I was thinking of hitting on her, but I don’t like the phrase, “You remind me of my grandfather.”  

She asked me what was wrong, and I replied, “I have a cut on my leg; and I think it may be getting infected.”

She said, “Before we start, I have to ask you a few questions. Are you allergic to any medications?” 

I replied, “No.”


She said, “Do you have any guns in the house?”


I said, “HUH??”


She replied, “Guns. Do you have any guns in the house?”


I asked, “Why?”


She said, “I’ve got to ask this question. It is required under the Affordable Care Act.”


I asked, “What are you going to do with the data?”
 

She said, “We compile it, amalgamate it, and submit it to the government.”


I said, “Well, I have a Tommy Gun. I let my kid Tommy play with it.”


She said, “What’s a Tommy Gun? I don‘t think that is the kind of gun they are concerned with.”


With THAT, I knew I had a live one. I said, “It’s similar to a B.A.R., but a little heavier and shorter. I have a B.A.R. also.”


She said, “A B.A.R.?”


I said, “Yes.”


She looked puzzled. Then she brightened up and asked, “Do you have any assault rifles?”


I attempted to look puzzled, and said, “I don’t know. What is an assault rifle?”

– See more at: http://www.altadenagroup.com/CSIA/post_details.asp?p_ID=11064#sthash.izltehxw.dpuf

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