I'm referring to stupid hospital administrators.
If you think doctors and nurses run hospitals, you'd be sadly mistaken; we have almost no input into the day-to-day workings of the hospital. Those details are left up to businessmen and businesswomen who supposedly know how these massive undertakings are supposed to work so that the people who actually treat patients can do their jobs. That said, having been in this business for several decades, I've seen exactly ZERO hospitals that I could say are well-run. Well, I could say it, but I would be lying my ass off.
Why, you ask? Well sit back and let me tell you a tale of woe.
As an aside, I can't stand purposeful misspellings like "lite". And if "lite" isn't bad enough, "Xtreme" and "kwik" make me irritated enough to want to kick a hole in the wall. I find these intentional misspellings as disagreeable as the aspartame aftertaste and almost as awful as Iggy Azalea's "music".
Now I don't know exactly what's going on in my two hospital, but though they are miles/kilometers apart and share no hospital administrators in common, they seem to be engaged in a vast anti-soda (and thus an anti-Doc) conspiracy.
Oh, and before anyone mentions it, yes I realise this falls directly under the category of "First World Problems", but I think working 100 hours a week entitles me to a free soda every now and then. So shut it.
Anyway, where was I? Oh right, on my way to Hospital #2. When I got there, I decided to spite the first hospital's administrators by having a second soda. Ha! Two in one day! Take that, assholes!
I went directly to the doctor's lounge and walked straight to the refrigerator, seeking my spoils. And what greeted me was . . . this: