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[at-l] Dangerous Doctors?



Oh do tell, do tell!
What makes the week so interesting?
The inquiries about gun ownership, the MIB showing up at your door to verify your responses, or the exquisite experience itself?


On 6/23/2001 at 4:10 PM kahley wrote:

>At 04:12 PM 6/23/01 -0400, David wrote:
>>I'll tell you what. I've got an in-grown toenail and I'll let you know 
>>what "risk assessment" I get when I go into have the toenail permanently 
>>removed a la Nimblewill Nomad . . .
>
>I had that done...on both my big toes.
>You are in for an interesting week......
>
>
>
>>On 6/23/2001 at 3:32 PM Texas Twelve-Step wrote:
>>
>> >> Sorry, but you are wrong. Risk assessment for violence
>> >> toward self and others has always included queries
>> >> regarding access to a variety of weapons and methods
>> >> of causing injury.
>> >
>> >I didn't say that it wasn't. My argument is that it
>> >was not always considered necessary to perform such
>> >"risk assessment" on people who, for example, check
>> >into the family doctor for treatment of an ingrown
>> >toenail. Surely you've noticed the trend toward this
>> >in recent years.
>> >
>> >Yer bud,
>> >-TXIIS
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>>
>>David Addleton
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