It's A Short Night For Me, Which Means You Get A Quickie.

From an op-ed in Tuesday's New York Times exploring the legacy of the ancient Greek philosopher Diogenes the Cynic:

When asked by Lysias the pharmacist if he believed in the gods, (Diogenes) replied, “How can I help believing in them when I see a god-forsaken wretch like you?”


Somehow......I find it comforting to know the respective attitudes of pharmacists and customers towards each other have remained remarkably stable through the millennia.

I'll bet you anything Diogenes' prescription got moved to the back of the line after that. And that Lysias may have "forgot" to send a prior auth fax to Diogenes' doctor.

Not that I've ever done such things.
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