It’s bad enough that a woman who wants to purchase the morning-after pill has to go up to a pharmacists and ask for the drug.? She is already feeling bad about her situation- and adding this extra embarrassment certainly can’t help.? But to have some asshole pharmacist laugh at you- and refuse to sell you the pills?? That’s ridiculous, unprofessional and downright mean.
But that’s exactly what happened, according to the story below, at a Columbus Wal-Mart. WalMart is supposedly researching the complaint.??But it seems pretty obvious how they need to handle the situation.?
1. The pharmacist should be […]Full Story... →
While moving into?a rented house in?Upper Arlington, Taft accidentally set the kitchen on fire.
ER 71 arrived to find smoke coming from one end of the single story, single family residence. PD Officer Hutchinson extinguished the bulk of the fire with an ABC extinguisher prior to FD arrival. ER?71 crew extinguished the remaining fire in boxes and papers on a range top in the kitchen with a?water extinguisher. L-72 ventilated the […]Full Story... →
Remember, a long time ago – a full 6 years! – when we had a budget surplus, and were looking at making real progress towards reducing our country’s debt? Boy, those were the days of milk and honey. But no more:
“The picture I will lay out for you today is not a pretty one and it?s getting worse with the passage of time,” said David M. Walker, Comptroller General of the United States, in a Thursday morning hearing of the Senate’s Budget Committee. “Continuing on our current fiscal path would gradually erode, if not suddenly damage, our economy, […]Full Story... →
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