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

When did it become not OK to smoke in the pharmacy? I seriously don't remember. 

I do clearly remember my first job as an intern though, in the late 80's, and the pharmacist who used to keep his ashtray under the computer monitor so he could puff away while shuffling your pills around. 

I also remember ashtrays in the study lounges in pharmacy school. I shit you not. This would have been the early 90's

Now today, anyone attempting to light up in the pharmacy would most likely be crucified, but I don't remember any transition period. When did this happen? Was I drunk when the memo came out? It is still not kosher to fill prescriptions while you're drunk, right? Or has that changed too? Because if it has, I'm missing out on a lot of potential scotch by sobering out for you people during the workday. 

I wonder what else has changed that I haven't noticed.....what is that thing you keep talking into and holding up to your ear? Are you crazy or something? 

1993 was my best year. It was all downhill from there. Sigh.
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