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Onemunki says: We live in a world of genuine tragedy, starvation and terror. So, after hearing stories of cruise line passengers complaining at the air conditioning breaking down, what stories of sheer single-minded self-pity get your goat?

(, Thu 1 Mar 2012, 12:00)
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Not to mention the fact that she was seen an hour faster than the national target waiting time...
...which not all A&Es manage to meet
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 9:05, 2 replies)
I had to wait ten minutes with a sore shoulder once. Bloody disgrace.
It was actually quite bad, I nearly lost control of my car getting there due to the pain.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 10:45, closed)

(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 10:47, closed)
Why should we have to wait at all?
The amount of work is precisely the same whether the patient has waited thirty seconds or four hours. Or maybe they just hope that a significant proportion will die before treatment. It works for hip replacements, after all.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 10:55, closed)
Does that even actually make sense to you? Or did you just put words on a screen and get lucky that they nearly made a sentence?
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 11:19, closed)
by appointment only? Approved injuries only, I suppose?

Edit: on rereading, have you mixed up A&E, GP appointments, and Elective surgery?
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 11:23, closed)
Whut, now?
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 12:32, closed)

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