My wife scheduled her booster online, goes to the pharmacy, and it's closed (17:00 EST) lol
In the past this would be Seinfeld or some sit com.
She's very good natured, she just said well I'll have to find another place. Me, I'd be irate.
It reminded me of a story where people rented appliances, had put deposits, and the place went out of business, and a hand written sign said, "Sorry for the inconvenience." Nice that you're sorry, what about peoples' money?
Because that's exactly what the hand written signs said, and they were signed, "Management."
As if "Management" were some faceless entity!
The good that came out of it was she ran into one of our son's preschool teachers who also was there to get a flu shot. Hadn't seen her in about 4 years.
I went to this same three lettered pharmacy based out of RI, same day, but a location far away (17 miles). I got there early, waited, and I had followed the signs at the entrance please proceed to the vaccination area. Oddly, I saw 2 people who arrived after me get vaccinated. Finally the pharmacist said, "Sir, have you checked in at the drop off window?" lol
As I get older, those things don't make me mad. It's a terribly organized process. The pharmacist turned out to be very nice.
Anyhow I asked him if he realized the Zebra TC he's holding is android based, to which he replied, "Above my pay grade."
so I had to Google Zebra TC. Today's gadgets are coming around faster than I can keep up with them.
I’ve used a Zebra, exact model uknown, probably 10 years ago. It was because I frequently worked in refineries and needed a class 1, div 2 rated device. That essentially means the device will not generate a spark or enough heat to cause an explosion. I’m guessing, but probably a $3k to $5K device.
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