Thursday, February 25, 2010

Unique Identifier

The other day at the hospital I was entertained by the word "dispensary" (almost as funny as the word "Bulb").
The security guard curious as to why I am taking pictures of the transporting devices and not understanding my humor asked if I wanted their serial numbers too.
No, I dont really care for serial numbers


Queen B said...

wheelchairs have serial numbers? who knew? that must be some kind of asset tracking system....

Anonymous said...

A new world. I just heard a loud speaker yell "This is Mesa police, come out with your hands up." In a panic, I jumped up and looked out the window. Across the street the SWAT team was picking up four people from the apartments. It was interesting to watch - but I'm glad that is not my world. Mom

Diane said...

I think they should have numbers on the back along with the dept.

Amy said...
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Amy said...

Main Entry: dis·pen·sa·ry
Pronunciation: \di-ˈspen(t)s-(ə-)rē\
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural dis·pen·sa·ries
Date: 1699
: a place where medicine or medical or dental treatment is dispensed

LoSpace said...

People would steal the wheelchairs from Mesa General -- so they had ones that wouldn't fold, thus making them more difficult to put into a car trunk. No one stole the "double-wides" tho...hmmm.

Kim Thomas said...

Serial Numbers are not required.