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Posted by Alucard... (Member # 4924) on :
Today, I put on the Darth Maul tie. It is this gruesome-looking black tie with "Darth Maul" printed all over the face of it with a nice portrait of Darth Maul himself in all his Sith glory. His head and double-bladed lightsaber glow this very evil satanic red color that is very disturbing. Basically, very scary and unprofessional: a thumb-my-nose at the powers that be ruling over my nameless-faceless corporation.

You see, they (and I mean THEY) recently decreed that we MUST wear ties (that used to be optional in the less-restrictive Gestapo dress code) at all times, and our dress shirts MUST have the top button buttoned at ALL TIMES.

I feel like I am 13 again, but in a bad way. So I decided to lash out just when our vice-president was coming to visit today.

SO: back to why my daughter is twisted.

She looked at my tie, grabbed it with both hands, got a closer look, and...cackled. She laughed out loud and giggled with evil glee. Now this might sound like coincidence or an abberation, but the only other time I hear her laugh with so much evil intent is when she watches wrestling like WWE. She giggles and...cackles when these greasy brutes pummel the tar out of each other and especially loves it when one of them is thrown out of the ring or thrown into the metal stairs...

I am doomed.
Posted by mackillian (Member # 586) on :
Posted by King of Men (Member # 6684) on :
*Works in academia*
*Wears T-shirts*
*Laughs at dress code monkey*
Posted by Alucard... (Member # 4924) on :
(Pssssst!)...My top button is NOT buttoned, but don't tell the boss. Oh wait, that's me...
Posted by mackillian (Member # 586) on :
Hey Alucard, a pharmacist question derail for a second:

I got a script filled at my pharmacy for skelaxin. I took 1/2 a dose and had an allergic reaction to it. Now I have an entire bottle of skelaxin and a waste of a copay. Is there anything I should talk to my pharmacy about with this?
Posted by Alucard... (Member # 4924) on :
Due to Tylenol tampering of the 80s, the FDA stepped in and will not allow pharmacies to reuse medication that has left the store. I would let the pharmacy know that you have had an allergic reaction so that they can prevent a similar drug from being dispensed that could also cause a hypersensitivity reaction. What I would suggest is if the doctor gives you a similar medication, will the pharmacy kindly refund your co-pay and apply it to the new prescription. Whether they require you to return the prescription or will even consider a refund/exchange is entirely subjective to the pharmacist on duty.

But that is what I usually do for my good customers. Hope that helps!
Posted by mackillian (Member # 586) on :
Cool, thanks [Smile]

That really WAS freaky.

And your kid is awesome:)
Posted by Dagonee (Member # 5818) on :
[Hat] to Alucard's daughter. Especially for liking wrestling. [Big Grin]

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