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LOL! " He acknowledged that but said that we weren't on that line now, so he couldn't assist. WTTF!"

That's too funny! I think that genius is working part-time as a marketing specialist for a NY/NJ pest control company. "Where are all the leads man?!?!"

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Tramp was it a hole on the radiator hose?

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An awesome WTTF (what the tramp fuck) moment yesterday evening. Lol

I call this a WTTF simply because it was a WTF which also involved Tramp’s Law. This is similar to Murphy’s Law but with the added dimension of inclusion of something very stupit.

The situation:

Lady and Tramp were on their merry way home after an awesome outing with a few fellow forumers (forumer you've met thread). Lady noticed a suspicious noise and moments later we were on the side of the interstate with a busted radiator hose.

Long story short, after calling 10 or more towing companies (to no avail), Tramp said “fuck it” and called the county emergency services to have a wrecker dispatched.

The WTTF:

The county answered, learned of our need, and transferred us to their contracted towing service directly. The man answered the phone but directed us to call back on their regular business number, stating that they needed to keep the police line open. We complied.

Now, the same man answered but told me that he could only send a wrecker out on the request of the police on the police line. I reminded him that I first talked to him on that line as the *police* had forwarded me to him on their *police* line. He acknowledged that but said that we weren't on that line now, so he couldn't assist. WTTF!

Tramp

(Lady later found a wrecker via traditional means and wr got home. Lol)

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Facebook keep all photos that people take and then sell facial recognition software and serves to anyone who wants to buy it. A woman could be on vacation in Brazil and dancing topless, Anyone with a cell phone can take her picture and go on Facebook and use their facial recognition service and know who she is and where she lives and everything about her in ten minutes. You have to be insane to put pictures on Facebook.

Fixed typos..damn typos lol. Facebook is one scary company.

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Facial Recondition software??

Oh, say it ain't so!!

Well, I guess if you're plagued by Ed Zachary Disease you might need a little reconditioning.

Cheers!

BT

Martini, up. Reconditioned, not stirred.

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Kibble the company Cerner has half of all medical records in America in their computer. Cerner is very public about the number of medical records they have and are selling a medical records retrieval service to life insurance companies.

As far as paper work goes, you might work in a care home but in a hospital the paperwork has increased by a factor of around ten because of Obamacare. The lab we work for has a med mal case and what used to be 100 pages of medical records on the person their is now thousands of pages of medical records. Most of this is useless, i feel for any doctor that has to wade through this garbage.

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Or some giant swinger database that we could sort and filter and specifically those qualities we are looking for down to the granular level.

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As usual, in the United States, the only giant databases are ones from which people can make money.

So there is a giant FaceBook databases for marketers. And a giant credit database, from which people can make interest.

But there is no giant healthcare database to make patient care easier. And there is no giant education database to understand how students are progressing through the curricula.

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Kibbles, I totally understand your frustration. It was somthjngvheard all to often by medical professionals. I think most would welcome a nefarious large database of all information.

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The amount of paperwork I am responsible didn't magically grow by any tremendous amount one day when the ACA took effect. Rather, it has grown over decades as necessity to CYA via documentation and consents has arisen via lawsuits, etc. Considering we utilize two different computer programs in my care area and after over a decade, the two have progressed from not communicating with each other at all to barely communicating with each other on a very marginal level, and many of our doctors office records are available to us electronically, but there's a wide variety of programs utilized, none of which communicate with our two programs, much less each other...yet someone seems to have this fantasy that there's some nefarious central database where someone is stockpiling all our information for whatever purpose. As to HIPAA, I can attest to the fact that it is still the law of the land and there is a penalty for breaking it. {I'm not sure why the current regime would desire to eliminate it, conisdering it protects privacy}

Anyway, just a few thoughts...

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