back into #Exapunks for now, see what my cognitive output looks like
> I can see how this would be a valuable service for a pharmacy to offer.
which was exactly my thinking, yeah -- pharmacies may be trying to become a bit more specialized and I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing
(altho if my local CVS stops carrying breakfast cereals I will cut all the bitches ever, I need my fucking sugar pops)
IIRC CVS is trying to provide this as a free service now, helping people find prescription discount systems and manufacturers coupons for medications that they need
IMO, eventually this will shove another part of the decision process into the hands of the pharmacists versus the doctors, which is probably at least a slight improvement and at worst a lateral move
but if there's a CVS you can try to use for that one scrip and you can go there to try it, maybe it'll help? :\ (I might have the pharmacy brand wrong, you'll wanna search it up first)
the unavailable are emergent until we un-execute maintained service
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(I can't because I relate way too much to the characters and I'll be a blubbering mess the whole time)
hmmm, warmth activated faux football around a trained owl payload, make the sabot twelve identical long pieces that falling will look like stray feathers to an unsuspecting visual cortex
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