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2013-08-24 11:36:22 PM
That's what the TFD slat chair guy should have done years ago. He didn't need to be so very scared
 
2013-08-24 11:49:26 PM
Sounds like she was on pins and needles waiting for him to return.
 
2013-08-25 12:33:04 AM
What a bunch of pricks.
 
2013-08-25 12:48:48 AM
If only there was another term for being someones punching bag.
 
2013-08-25 12:52:30 AM
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-08-25 01:00:07 AM
upload.wikimedia.org

/knows the pain of being forgotten in the doctor's office.
 
2013-08-25 01:02:46 AM
Ooopsie! That is a big problem of forgetting something.
 
2013-08-25 01:05:04 AM

DanZero: That's what the TFD slat chair guy should have done years ago. He didn't need to be so very scared


but bigs2k needed help soonish, and couldn't wait.
 
2013-08-25 01:07:04 AM
Came for the Ballsack Conundrum ref, leaving satisfied.
 
2013-08-25 01:14:10 AM
Guess the "doctor" was not a stickler for details.
 
2013-08-25 01:16:05 AM
Could be worse:
i.imgur.com

And it has actually happened as well. One incident I know of is West Mountain in NY (1993). The lifties screwed up big time.
 
2013-08-25 01:16:34 AM
"All of the sudden, I saw him running out for someone to come."

What does this mean? I can get past "all of the (sic) sudden," but what does the second part mean?

The guy says he forgot she was there. I've been in that situation before, as an acupuncture client, and thought they'd forgotten about me. But not like this.
 
2013-08-25 01:58:41 AM
Stupid people's problems.
 
2013-08-25 02:48:32 AM
Happy Ending nappy time.
 
2013-08-25 03:40:00 AM
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2013-08-25 03:41:50 AM

DanZero: That's what the TFD slat chair guy should have done years ago. He didn't need to be so very scared


I'm assuming the adrenaline was pumping. I wouldn't want a ball pinched off by a chair.
 
2013-08-25 04:20:48 AM
I wonder if this completely spoils the placebo effect.
 
2013-08-25 05:44:59 AM
 
2013-08-25 05:52:25 AM
He is probably going to face some needling from a state board for this.
 
2013-08-25 06:38:11 AM
Shouldn't it not be possible to lock somebody inside a non-jail building? Aren't doors supposed to be openable from the inside?
 
2013-08-25 07:26:30 AM
"Hello? No sorry, I'm a little pinned down at the moment, can I call you back?"
 
2013-08-25 08:08:30 AM

DanZero: That's what the TFD slat chair guy should have done years ago. He didn't need to be so very scared


Done in one
 
2013-08-25 08:26:07 AM

2chris2: I wonder if this completely spoils the placebo effect.


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"Woo."
 
2013-08-25 08:45:26 AM

powhound: Could be worse:
[i.imgur.com image 215x318]

And it has actually happened as well. One incident I know of is West Mountain in NY (1993). The lifties screwed up big time.


IIIII remember that one.  At least hearing about it.  I was living (existing) between Port Henry and Lake Placid.  Happened before Cell Phone Towers in the ADK Park.
 
2013-08-25 09:50:26 AM

YixilTesiphon: Shouldn't it not be possible to lock somebody inside a non-jail building? Aren't doors supposed to be openable from the inside?


Violation of fire codes at a minimum.
 
2013-08-25 10:48:30 AM
Lyles credits Dr. Tsing for easing his leg and back pain. He said Tsing discussed the incident with him, and that it didn't change his high opinion.
"You get people sticking needles in you, you better trust him," Lyles said.

You acknowledge the importance of trust in this type of procedure, but trust him even after he abandoned you in the middle and just left?

Option 1: You're a fool.
Option 2: Dr. Tsing's medical malpractice insurance settled with you really fast.

I'm thinking 2.
 
2013-08-25 11:17:27 AM

Emposter: Lyles credits Dr. Tsing for easing his leg and back pain. He said Tsing discussed the incident with him, and that it didn't change his high opinion.
"You get people sticking needles in you, you better trust him," Lyles said.

You acknowledge the importance of trust in this type of procedure, but trust him even after he abandoned you in the middle and just left?

Option 1: You're a fool.
Option 2: Dr. Tsing's medical malpractice insurance settled with you really fast.

I'm thinking 2.


This isn't a medical oops, there's no reason to think he doesn't know what he's doing.
 
2013-08-25 01:00:19 PM

Loren: Emposter: Lyles credits Dr. Tsing for easing his leg and back pain. He said Tsing discussed the incident with him, and that it didn't change his high opinion.
"You get people sticking needles in you, you better trust him," Lyles said.

You acknowledge the importance of trust in this type of procedure, but trust him even after he abandoned you in the middle and just left?

Option 1: You're a fool.
Option 2: Dr. Tsing's medical malpractice insurance settled with you really fast.

I'm thinking 2.

This isn't a medical oops, there's no reason to think he doesn't know what he's doing.


I'm curious what you think failing leaving a procedure half done IS.
 
2013-08-25 03:19:10 PM
"Yes. I was in the middle of a treatment. All of the sudden, I saw him running out for someone to come. I ended up pulling the needles out."

This statement gave me a huge headache!
 
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