I love how Henry is the one that’s just always about to die because everything’s wrong with him and nobody cares. Especially James. I love how clearly Henry is not only physically ill but mentally ill, probably suffering some kind of extreme depression and James’ face is just so utterly disgusted by it.
Does anyone ship these characters? Can you do that with trains. They have faces so I’m pretty sure you can.
There needs to be a movie that’s just about him travelling around France, fighting crime and making really crappy french puns
What’s going on in this illustration? Javert pinup?
“Hey, baby did you know it’s a crime to look that sexy?”
my god your tags!!
“Hey, Valjean, is that a loaf of bread in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? … it is a loaf of bread? That you STOLE? One thousand year dungeon, no parole!”
Javert + Roofs
Phoenix Wright wrote a book.
first i just saw the title and comment and i laughed but then i saw the author’s last name and, my god
Aww, thank you! I MAKE SURE TO BITCH OUT ANY MEDICAL FAIL POSTS THAT COME ACROSS MY DASH. Haven’t had one in a while though, unfortunately.
Personally, I don’t advise over-medicating yourself (pharmacy school just makes you not want to take any medicine, ever), but sometimes I appropriate OTCs and left-over prescription meds when THE SITUATION CALLS FOR IT and I can’t just suck it up.
Like last week I got an internal style on the eyelid of one of my eyes and it swelled up half-shut overnight, so I very quickly attacked it with some left-over Vigamox I had in the house + bacitracin on the eyelid and ibuprofen q8h, and I brought the swelling down to a level where it was only noticeable if you looked closely in literally like a day. It completely resolved by day three. IT’S JUST SO AMAZING SOMETIMES! YOU KNOW HOW TO USE DRUGS! Like, you REALLY know how to use drugs, if you need to.
But I do agree with you. Like, Dimetapp for cold and flu that they have? With acetaminophen, chlorpheniramine, phenylephrine and dextromethorphan? For kids? COME ON DO YOU REALLY. When people ask me whether they should take DayQuil/NyQuil or something else for their fever, I just tell people to take a Motrin or Tylenol and go to sleep. MUCH CHEAPER AND EQUALLY AS EFFECTIVE.
Also can I just say how much I enjoy bitching about pharmacy stuff with you? It’s so awesome when you have someone THAT UNDERSTANDS YOUR PAIN.
We have behind-the-counter stuff too (though codeine-containing combo products are prescription-only in my state). And just to make sure I’m understanding you correctly (I’ve had a LONG DAY and I’ve read your ask like THREE TIMES, I SWEAR), you get mad when someone like a cashier or a tech hands you (the pharmacist/intern) a medication for a patient that requires pharmacist verification without having made sure that the patient requesting the medication actually needs it/fulfills whatever requirements set by the law to obtain this medication?
I don’t work in a store (I wok in a hospital pharmacy), so I don’t really encounter things like that a lot. I’m only in stores during rotations so I am not 100% on how our behind the counter stuff works (some stuff requires ID and things like that, but they don’t need to be labeled aaand I need to start reviewing pharmacy law HA HA HA oh god), BUT YEAH, THAT WOULD ANNOY ME AS WELL. Can they even make the decision to label a behind the counter med for a patient if they haven’t okayed it with a pharmacist first?
Also HOLY SHIT YOU CAN GET SALBUTAMOL/ALBUTEROL WITHOUT A SCRIPT IN AUSTRALIA? Damn!