There’s tonic in the air!
Actually, it’s called air conditioning. This is an ad for air conditioning.
Supposedly it made a better environment in which to heal.
I mean, like, who wants to sweat when you have measles?
Take a good look at the photo.
Doctor, nurse, three young male patients.
This child obviously need assistance with ambulating.
The two kids in bed don’t even look sick.
Is this some wierd hospital stuck between “The Twilight Zone” and “Groundhog Day”?
They’ve all aged at least 50 years (including the nurse and doctor).
They’ve never left the hospital room!
The two guys in bed still don’t look sick.
The kid still needs assistance ambulating.
The only activity that seems to have occurred during the previous half century is that the doctor has decided to stand up.
Now that’s progress.
I do believe they still think Franklin Delano Roosevelt is President.
Someone should break the news to them…..
So you see, air conditioning didn’t do a thing for these people.
Another case of false advertising.
You may have noticed some new buttons on the Emergiblog sidebar. Best Blogs Media now has their site up and running and it looks like my blogger colleague over at Gasbagging has decided to take the plunge along with me (okay, I took the plunge after him…) and have our blogs syndicated through Best Blogs.
With May from About A Nurse and two other nursing bloggers, we comprise the “Advisory Panel” for Nursing Voices.
Nursing Voices is not an exclusive club (although being invited as a “leading nurse blogger” was rather flattering. Some women want chocolate and flowers. All I need is to be called a “leading blogger”. I’m so easy).
You can also have your nursing blog syndicated. Just go to the site and click on the appropriate link.
And I am hoping soon that Emergiblog will have a new look as it becomes part of a new blogging platform.
Same old writing though.
What, you thought I’d turn into Michael Crighton just because I spiff up my site?
In my dreams, baby…..