Things I Hate (2) - Page 59 - Off Topic (Non Trade) - Contractor Talk

Things I Hate (2)

 
Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Old 02-21-2019, 08:52 PM   #1161
Pro
 
mrcat's Avatar
 
Trade: Pole Barns, Residential Framing
Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Fingerlakes NY
Posts: 623
Rewards Points: 340

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Jaws View Post
I'm kinda scared of getting it twisted right now lol



Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
I think the chiropractor would be your best bet, it might take a couple/ few visits since it's been so long.

Since it seems you don't already have one, look for one that does applied kinesiology, they work with the muscles and pressure points to loosen things up instead of just yanking your head off.
mrcat is offline  

Warning: The topics covered on this site include activities in which there exists the potential for serious injury or death. ContractorTalk.com DOES NOT guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information contained on this site. Always use proper safety precaution and reference reliable outside sources before attempting any construction or remodeling task!

   

Advertisement

 

Old 02-21-2019, 09:11 PM   #1162
GC/carpenter
 
Calidecks's Avatar
 
Trade: Decking, Railing, Carpenter/General Contractor
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Anaheim Hills, California (OC)
Posts: 35,127
Rewards Points: 12,662

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Chiropractors are quacks.


Mike.
_______________
Calidecks is offline  
The Following 7 Users Say Thank You to Calidecks For This Useful Post:
dayexco (02-22-2019), Deckhead (02-21-2019), Frank Castle (02-22-2019), Golden view (02-21-2019), Jaws (02-22-2019), tgeb (02-22-2019), TxElectrician (02-22-2019)
Old 02-21-2019, 09:21 PM   #1163
Artist and not a curator
 
Deckhead's Avatar
 
Trade: Carpentry,
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Posts: 7,387
Rewards Points: 11,350

Re: Things I Hate (2)


I hate I got sunburnt today while eating lunch... WTF!?
__________________
Just do us all a favor...please. Do not vote for Trump
He doesn't need your vote that badly.

-Robie
Deckhead is online now  
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
Old 02-21-2019, 09:23 PM   #1164
Artist and not a curator
 
Deckhead's Avatar
 
Trade: Carpentry,
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Posts: 7,387
Rewards Points: 11,350

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
Chiropractors are quacks.


Mike.
_______________
I had one that I went to twice a week for twelve weeks that kept saying "it will get better..."

"When asshole, cause it hurts worse now..."

I have no doubt they can easily make things worse then when started.
__________________
Just do us all a favor...please. Do not vote for Trump
He doesn't need your vote that badly.

-Robie
Deckhead is online now  
Old 02-21-2019, 09:25 PM   #1165
Artist and not a curator
 
Deckhead's Avatar
 
Trade: Carpentry,
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Posts: 7,387
Rewards Points: 11,350

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Jaws View Post
Ju jitsu.


Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
You guys don't call rolling wrestling, or is it a combination of the two?
__________________
Just do us all a favor...please. Do not vote for Trump
He doesn't need your vote that badly.

-Robie
Deckhead is online now  
Old 02-21-2019, 10:07 PM   #1166
Pro
 
hdavis's Avatar
 
Trade: remodeling
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: CoastalME
Posts: 22,039
Rewards Points: 4,514

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
Chiropractors are quacks.


Mike.
_______________
Not all. Some are good for backs and necks.
hdavis is online now  
Old 02-21-2019, 10:12 PM   #1167
Contractor of the Month
 
Inner10's Avatar
 
Trade: Control Systems
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Ottawa, ON
Posts: 25,200
Rewards Points: 3,104

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Deckhead View Post
I had one that I went to twice a week for twelve weeks that kept saying "it will get better..."



"When asshole, cause it hurts worse now..."



I have no doubt they can easily make things worse then when started.
Same guy that told you eating nothing but meat will help your back?

Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
__________________
The Following User Says Thank You to Inner10 For This Useful Post: Leo G
Inner10 is online now  
The Following User Says Thank You to Inner10 For This Useful Post:
Deckhead (02-21-2019)
Old 02-21-2019, 10:30 PM   #1168
Pro
 
mrcat's Avatar
 
Trade: Pole Barns, Residential Framing
Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Fingerlakes NY
Posts: 623
Rewards Points: 340

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
Chiropractors are quacks.


Mike.
_______________
No doubt some are, but definitely not all of them.


Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
mrcat is offline  
The Following User Says Thank You to mrcat For This Useful Post:
Randy Bush (02-22-2019)
Old 02-21-2019, 11:59 PM   #1169
Artist and not a curator
 
Deckhead's Avatar
 
Trade: Carpentry,
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Posts: 7,387
Rewards Points: 11,350

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Inner10 View Post
Same guy that told you eating nothing but meat will help your back?

Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
Hey, **** it... I've done it all so far. The chiropractors did worse and I'll gladly agree with you if this DO is full of **** too. This seems as viable as some of the hypnotherapy, acupuncture, steroid injection, nerve burn, and stupid pool noodle under my neck that doctors have had me do.

PRP did seem to help a bit.

But no, not the same guy. The only one to seemed to have made it worse was the dumbass chiropractor.
__________________
Just do us all a favor...please. Do not vote for Trump
He doesn't need your vote that badly.

-Robie
Deckhead is online now  
Old 02-22-2019, 12:21 AM   #1170
GC/carpenter
 
Calidecks's Avatar
 
Trade: Decking, Railing, Carpenter/General Contractor
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Anaheim Hills, California (OC)
Posts: 35,127
Rewards Points: 12,662

Re: Things I Hate (2)


I'll try and find it, there was a great article how Chiropractic treatment is the biggest hoax in medicine. In fact even the chiropractors believe it. The amount of money it costs to go to school for it, is off the charts.

Here it is.

Chiropractic: The Greatest Hoax of the Century?

Book Review by William T. Jarvis, Ph.D.

Quote:
I have studied and tracked chiropractic for more than 30 years. My introduction to came by way of a local chiropractor who, wanting me to refer students his way, educated me in the 1960s about the topic when I was teaching high school health and physical education and coaching gymnastics. Like Dr. Chotkowski, despite having a degree in health education, I had never received a minute's worth of information on chiropractic. However, sensing there was somethingónot quite right in the chiropractor's physiological explanations, I never did recommend chiropractic care to my students.

In the late 1960s, I began reading articles on chiropractic that appeared in the health science literature because chiropractic had been reviewed and rejected by the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the establishment of Medicare. I also read the 1969 book At Your Own Risk: The Case Against Chiropractic [1], which has been bitterly attacked but never refuted by chiropractors. By then I was teaching college-level health education courses. One day a tabloid publication appeared on my doorstep declaring the wonders of chiropractic and the dangers of medical drugs and surgery. The testimonials and claims were so fantastic that I decided to order 50 copies and have my students read and discuss the contents. As a result of placing the large order, something only chiropractors normally do, I ended up on the mass mailing lists of chiropractic suppliers and trade associations listed as "Dr. William Jarvis." I began subscribing to several chiropractic journals and it was by reading its own publications that I realized how perverse, bizarre, and dangerous chiropractic actually is.

Although my primary interest had always been health promotion, as I began my doctoral work I shifted my focus to consumer health education, and made chiropractic the topic of my doctoral dissertation. I worked directly with nineteen chiropractors and three physicians in the development of a programmed instruction course that presented an accurate, objective view of chiropractic on the hypothesis that the more health educators learned about chiropractic, the less favorable toward it they would become.

In 1978 I was visited by representatives of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society, and was one of only three North Americans selected to testify against the inclusion of chiropractors in that country's national health program. I was a key witness for defense in antitrust suit brought by chiropractors against fifteen different scientific medical organizations during the 1980s. In 1981 I testified on behalf of the American College of Radiology, and in 1987 on behalf of the American Medical Association. Despite the distortions of the outcome by public relations sources, the antitrust case did not validate chiropractic as a health-care system, a fact which Dr. Chotkowski covers in his book.

In 1977, I initiated the founding of what became the National Council Against Health Fraud, Inc. (NCAHF), a nonprofit, tax-exempt, all volunteer consumer protection agency incorporated in California. NCAHF's 1985 Position Paper on Chiropractic has been heralded by a source that is highly respected by medical and chiropractic manipulation therapists as "a milestone contribution to the knowledge and understanding of those concerned about societal and community health issues as they related to chiropractic." [2] In 1987, I helped organize a reform group of chiropractors who wished to preserve the useful aspects of manipulative therapy while discarding useless and dangerous practices. In 1991, I suggested to a victim of chiropractic, George Magner, that he establish a registry for people injured by chiropractors as a means of bringing the dangers of chiropractic before the public and legislative bodies. In 1995, Magner and Stephen Barrett published Chiropractic: The Victim's Perspective, for which I wrote the foreword. I emphasized my belief that many chiropractors themselves are victims of the delusional world of chiropractic. Victimization begins with the recruitment of naive students who are told that chiropractic is a valid healthcare profession, continued by a proprietary pseudoeducational program, and perpetuated by chiropractic trade publications. I have since heard from numerous chiropractors who have acknowledged their victimization, swallowed huge educational debt, and gone on to honest employment elsewhere.

Dr. Chotkowski is a physician whose book title asks if chiropractic is "the greatest hoax of the century." This question is difficult to answer because the competition for such a title is enormous, e.g., soviet communism, the Third Reich, scientology, UFOs, and the continued notion of human "royalty," to name a few. If Dr. Chotkowski had limited his topic to health hoaxes, he then would still have to consider "organic" foods and farming, the health food industry, and exaggerated expectations for vitamins as worthy competitors for the title of "greatest health hoax of the century." If he had limited his topic to "health care," he would only have Freudian psychotherapy as a contender to the title "greatest health-care hoax of the century." In any case, Dr. Chotkowski certainly is correct when he labels chiropractic a hoax of enormous magnitude.

Readers with only average knowledge about chiropractic are likely to judge Dr. Chotkowski's book to be overly negative, exaggerated, and biased. After all, it is written by a physician. Reasonable people simply have a difficulty believing that lawmakers would legitimize a health-care guild as bereft of a scientific basis and as flawed in every way as is chiropractic. To have credibility with audiences, I have found it necessary to understate the facts about chiropractic, but Dr. Chotkowski tells the straight truth with the insight of a physician, and by doing so inherits the liability of the possible disbelief of his readers. The book is self-published and contains a number of minor errors-including the misspelling of my name-but these are forgivable and do not detract from its validity.

Dr. Chotkowski rightfully challenges the validity of chiropractic by focusing upon the questions of the absence of proof for its theoretical foundation-the spinal "subluxation," and noting that chiropractic has never been found useful for a single one of the approximately 14,000 diseases that have been classified. Dr. Chotkowski describes encounters with chiropractic educators, practitioners, and apologists who have taken him on in writing. Confronted with the invalidity of its foundation, the chiropractors Dr. Chotkowski communicates with respond with venom and sarcasm. Each encounter he describes adds insight into chiropractic group-think and discloses to the reader just how perverse is the bizarre world of chiropractic. Science-minded readers will wonder why 50 states and federal government allow chiropractic to be licensed, paid for with tax dollars, and given official status as a health-care service.

Chiropractors learn snappy comebacks to employ when confronted with the scientific poverty of their guild. When asked what diseases chiropractor's treat, they answer that chiropractors don't treat disease, rather, they analyze and adjust the spine to eliminate the subluxations enabling the body to function properly to restore health and prevent disease. Unlike health-care subspecialties, all of which have a limited, rational scope of practice (e.g., dentists treat diseases of the oral cavity, podiatrists treat diseases of the foot, optometrists correct vision defects, and so forth), chiropractors have no limitations because any problem can be allegedly improved by removing interferences with the body's innate, health-giving Life Force. The problem is, as Dr. Chotkowski explains again and again, subluxations do not exist, and chiropractic treatment does nothing to improve health.

In pointing out dangers, Dr. Chotkowski relates several cases of people deceived and harmed by chiropractic pseudoscience either directly or by delaying proper medical treatment. Andy Warhol gets a few minutes of fame as Dr. Chotkowski describes how Warhol's faith in chiropractic contributed to his untimely death. Chiropractic manipulation of the neck can be disastrous. The most heartrending story is that of a former nurse and part-time ballet dancer who was made a quadriplegic by a neck manipulation. Fed by a tube, confined to bed or electric wheel chair, and abandoned by her family, who cannot stand to see her in such a condition, this poor woman resides in a netherworld one would not wish on one's worst enemy. Chiropractic's well rehearsed defense is that standard medicine also has its victims. Medications are dangerous, so are surgery and anesthesia, immunization and antibiotics. Medical treatments can cause great harm, but each of them can be judged on a benefit-risk ratio so it will more often do good, will be less harmful than the unchecked disease for which it is applied. Neck manipulation has no proven benefit for any disease but can maim and kill Further, medicine is a science that tracks adverse events while chiropractic is a self-serving guild that denies its dangers and covers up its adverse effects. Readers will read the retorts chiropractors are taught to use when under attack. Such are red herrings designed to throw critics off of the tra1L But, Dr. Chotkowski is not diverted. He stands up to the well-rehearsed chiropractic comebacks, including the personal insults one must endure when exposing the guild's failings.

Dr. Chotkowski explains a dozen reasons why chiropractic succeeds in the marketplace. A careful reading will make readers aware that scientific aspects of health care are only a part of what enables a clinician to succeed in the health-care business. People who occupy the role of healers always have a following of believers, whether they are witch doctors, alternative practitioners, or evidence- based medical providers.

In a democracy, any guild with a constituency can expect to be heard. If they are contributors to politicians they can expect even more. Chiropractors are exceptional at currying political favoritism, and it has paid off for them. As of January 1, 2000, chiropractors have easier access to Medicare, the Congressional Budget Office has estimated chiropractors will be in line for more than $900 million, and the Senate estimated that the new policy would increase chiropractic reimbursement by $2 billion. This nearly killed the bill, but aggressive support from Orrin Hatch (R-UT), who has two sons-in-law who are chiropractors [3], and Charles Grassley (R-IA], whose state is the home of chiropractic) got it passed [4].

The facts are that most legislators are medically and scientifically illiterate. They play by the rules of politics, which is spelled c-o-m-p-r-o-m-i-s-e. When contentious issues arise, politicians accept money from both sides, and give each one a little of what they want. This generally works well enough in the everyday business world, but it has no place in patient care. In 1998, the editors of the New England Journal of Medicine stated the matter clearly:

There cannot be two kinds of medicine-conventional and alternative. There is only medicine that has been adequately tested and medicine that has not, medicine that works and medicine that mayor may not work. Once a medicine has been tested rigorously, it no longer matters whether it was considered alternative at the outset. If it is found to be reasonably safe and effective, it will be accepted. But assertions, speculation, and testimonials do not substitute for evidence. Alternative treatments should be subjected to scientific testing no less rigorous than that required for conventional treatments [5].

Such is the case against chiropractic. In over 100 years of its existence, chiropractic has not made a single noteworthy contribution to the world's body of healthcare knowledge. Chiropractors are quick to claim credit for positive reports on the value of spinal manipulation but, as Dr. Chotkowski reveals, most studies are done by medical manipulative therapists. Chiropractors have mostly built businesses by expropriating methods of manual therapists, trafficking in dubious fads, and pretending to be primary care "doctors."

Dr. Chotkowski's solution to the problem is for chiropractic schools to convert themselves to legitimate schools of medicine and to adopt science and professional ethics. That is precisely what osteopathy did, and it has worked out well for patients and practitioners. Like the osteopaths, chiropractors could still perform manipulative therapy if they wished. However, it is very likely that, like the osteopaths, manipulation would be used less and less as practitioners learned how to use more effective procedures. The problem I see with such a solution is that most of the clientele that currently are training as chiropractors could not qualify for a medical education. Thus, new, substandard schools would likely emerge to meet the market demand of below-par practitioners making the transition from chiropractic to chiromedicine.

It is clear that chiropractic is an enormous social problem that begs for a solution, but I have little confidence that legislators will ever do the right thing. After all, over the past eighty or so years, the legislatures of every state in the union have demonstrated their lack of competence in judging the validity of health care by passing practice acts enabling chiropractors to "analyze" the spine for "subluxations," "adjust" the spine to "remove nerve interference" or to "maintain or restore normal health" without evidence that any of these things has a basis in reality. Thus, while chiropractic is a political problem that demands a political solution, politicians are simply not up to doing the job.
Quote:
I emphasized my belief that many chiropractors themselves are victims of the delusional world of chiropractic. Victimization begins with the recruitment of naive students who are told that chiropractic is a valid healthcare profession, continued by a proprietary pseudoeducational program, and perpetuated by chiropractic trade publications. I have since heard from numerous chiropractors who have acknowledged their victimization, swallowed huge educational debt, and gone on to honest employment elsewhere.
https://www.chirobase.org/05RB/hoax.html


Mike.
_______________
Calidecks is offline  
Old 02-22-2019, 12:31 AM   #1171
Contractor of the Month
 
Inner10's Avatar
 
Trade: Control Systems
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Ottawa, ON
Posts: 25,200
Rewards Points: 3,104

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
I'll try and find it, there was a great article how Chiropractic treatment is the biggest hoax in medicine. In fact even the chiropractors believe it. The amount of money it costs to go to school for it, is off the charts.

Here it is.

Chiropractic: The Greatest Hoax of the Century?

Book Review by William T. Jarvis, Ph.D.





https://www.chirobase.org/05RB/hoax.html


Mike.
_______________
I don't often agree with Mike, but I'm with ya on chiropractors.

Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
__________________
The Following User Says Thank You to Inner10 For This Useful Post: Leo G
Inner10 is online now  
The Following User Says Thank You to Inner10 For This Useful Post:
Calidecks (02-22-2019)
Old 02-22-2019, 02:05 AM   #1172
Pro
 
hdavis's Avatar
 
Trade: remodeling
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: CoastalME
Posts: 22,039
Rewards Points: 4,514

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
I'll try and find it, there was a great article how Chiropractic treatment is the biggest hoax in medicine. In fact even the chiropractors believe it. The amount of money it costs to go to school for it, is off the charts.

Here it is.

Chiropractic: The Greatest Hoax of the Century?

Book Review by William T. Jarvis, Ph.D.





https://www.chirobase.org/05RB/hoax.html


Mike.
_______________

And yet, manipulation has been around for a couple thousand years, and is also practiced by physical therapists. Sure, there is a lot of bathwater to throw out. That doesn't change the effective parts.
hdavis is online now  
The Following User Says Thank You to hdavis For This Useful Post:
Big Johnson (02-22-2019)
Old 02-22-2019, 08:36 AM   #1173
Pro
 
Big Johnson's Avatar
 
Trade: Contractor Grunt
Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: Michigan
Posts: 3,469
Rewards Points: 2,436

Re: Things I Hate (2)


The right mattress and back exercises will almost always negate any need for a chiropractor but most people are too lazy for that, so a chiropractor is quite often the only fix.

All an MD will do is prescribe Vicodin. I guess that’s fine if you’re real goal is to get high.
Big Johnson is online now  
Old 02-22-2019, 08:48 AM   #1174
Pro
 
dayexco's Avatar
 
Trade: entrepreneur of excavating expertise
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 6,267
Rewards Points: 610

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Californiadecks View Post
Chiropractors are quacks.


Mike.
_______________
First thing they teach them at school is to say





See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday

Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
dayexco is online now  
The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to dayexco For This Useful Post:
tgeb (02-22-2019), TxElectrician (02-22-2019)
Old 02-22-2019, 09:10 AM   #1175
Artist and not a curator
 
Deckhead's Avatar
 
Trade: Carpentry,
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Posts: 7,387
Rewards Points: 11,350

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Johnson View Post
The right mattress and back exercises will almost always negate any need for a chiropractor but most people are too lazy for that, so a chiropractor is quite often the only fix.

All an MD will do is prescribe Vicodin. I guess thatís fine if youíre real goal is to get high.
I hate it when people demonize all doctor's because a few have done something stupid.

Too much more of it and forget about getting competent doctors... No point in going through all that schooling to be told you're a bad person.
__________________
Just do us all a favor...please. Do not vote for Trump
He doesn't need your vote that badly.

-Robie
Deckhead is online now  
Old 02-22-2019, 09:27 AM   #1176
Pro
 
hdavis's Avatar
 
Trade: remodeling
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: CoastalME
Posts: 22,039
Rewards Points: 4,514

Re: Things I Hate (2)


My experience with doctors and chiropractors are most are bad.

If you find a good doctor, keep them.

While chiropractors are quacks, there are specific manipulation techniques for specific situations that do work. Even there, some chiropractors can do the manipulation correctly, and others don't. I think I went through 3 to find one that straightened my back out in a few visits.
hdavis is online now  
Old 02-22-2019, 09:30 AM   #1177
The Sheriff

 
Jaws's Avatar
 
Trade: GC
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Texas
Posts: 22,626
Rewards Points: 2,666

Re: Things I Hate (2)


My pain threshold is very high, so Placebo whatever is not going to work on me. Chiropractors have adjusted my back and my neck in the past and made the issue go away. Talking about something that's actually out of place. The thing about chiropractors is though you have to know that it's not going to stay that way permanently. I quit going in for my back because it does not last more than a few days. But if I had something out of place in my back I would definitely go in and get it cracked

I agree with Big, Sleep Number ( or any good brd you like) with a pillow top pad, and stretches and exercises for the back can be beneficial for many trades guys.

Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
__________________
"The sound of the saftey clicking off is the only warning your gonna get......., so cover your ears" Northeast Wyoming 2016

John
Jaws is offline  
The Following User Says Thank You to Jaws For This Useful Post:
hdavis (02-22-2019)
Old 02-22-2019, 01:19 PM   #1178
Goin' Down in Flames....
 
Seven-Delta-FortyOne's Avatar
 
Trade: Builder/GC
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell
Posts: 3,569
Rewards Points: 1,490

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Deckhead View Post
I hate it when people demonize all doctor's because a few have done something stupid.

Too much more of it and forget about getting competent doctors... No point in going through all that schooling to be told you're a bad person.
Kind of how Contractors get treated?
__________________
Get Off My Lawn.
Seven-Delta-FortyOne is offline  
The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to Seven-Delta-FortyOne For This Useful Post:
Deckhead (02-22-2019), hdavis (02-22-2019), SmallTownGuy (02-22-2019)
Old 02-22-2019, 02:16 PM   #1179
Pro
 
hdavis's Avatar
 
Trade: remodeling
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: CoastalME
Posts: 22,039
Rewards Points: 4,514

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Personal experience, more than half of all docs I've had were terrible. Probably more than 3/4s.

In my oldest son's case, it took one GP and 3 specialists to figure out that the shoulder problem he had was a shoulder problem, only the last guy found the problem with a preliminary exam.

My docs tend to tell me stupid stuff, like take this prescription which isn't supposed to be taken by people with liver problems. Or telling me the ligament I tore is just me getting old, and come back in 3 months if it doesn't heal. Guy, in 3 months you can't put it back together....
hdavis is online now  
Old 02-22-2019, 02:49 PM   #1180
Pro
 
Randy Bush's Avatar
 
Trade: Exterior Remodeling
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Great Falls, MT
Posts: 5,213
Rewards Points: 674

Re: Things I Hate (2)


Quote:
Originally Posted by dayexco View Post
First thing they teach them at school is to say





See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday
See you Tuesday

Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
The one thing I like about mine , she adjusts my back or whatever, tells me if am still having problems after a few days come back. Don't think I have ever had to go back though.

Advertisement

Randy Bush is online now  
The Following User Says Thank You to Randy Bush For This Useful Post:
SmallTownGuy (02-22-2019)



Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Things I Don't Understand txgencon Off Topic (Non Trade) 563 06-05-2015 05:09 PM
49 Things People From Upstate New York Love Dustincoc Off Topic (Non Trade) 2 04-28-2014 10:54 PM
What you call things Okiecontractor Off Topic (Non Trade) 116 03-11-2014 07:52 PM
Things you like for a business website. flashheatingand Marketing & Sales 20 06-04-2011 10:57 PM

Join Now... It's Fast and FREE!

I am a professional contractor
I am a DIY Homeowner
Drywall Talk is for
PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS ONLY!

At DrywallTalk.com we cater exlusivly to professional contractors who make their living as a contractor. Knowing that many homeowners and DIYers are looking for a community to call home, we've created www.DIYChatroom.com DIY Chatroom is full of helpful advices and perfect for DIY homeowners.

Redirecing in 10 seconds
No Thanks
terms of service

Already Have an Account?