WWW.LARRYROSEN.ORG DECEMBER 14, 2010
Today, I proceeded to my dentist, Doctor Winson.
Arriving early, I went into a nearby carry out to get some coffee.
As I noticed one employee, not dressed too well-dirty shirt, pants, etc and the lady food servers with disheveled hair, I remembered that when I operated Smith Pharmacy’s busy soda fountain-luncheonette, the D.C. from 1959 to 1968 health department rules of operation were more strict than today.
Health department informed me of regulations that required men who handled food were to wear a clean jacket and cap, and the women food servers were to wear hair nets and a full dress instead of a small apron.I believe that both D.C. and Maryland health departments today should enforce similar dress codes. Food servers and workers wearing unclean clothes can result in customers being contacted with germs or viruses.
After going up to the dentist’s office, I still wasn’t called into the dentist’s chair. I picked up a Time’s magazine,after I observed a heading “Your Robot will see you now”. The article stated that many physcians are using robots to assist them in operations, with some Robots, even operating on prostate tumors and other procedures.
I wonder if the Robots accept Medicare, and do the Doctors have to attend Robot universities. Yes, things change. My peridontal cleaning is now discounted to about $100.00 a visit.Maybe, I can locate a good Robot dentist.
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