Sunday, September 11, 2005

Why does the emergency veterinarian, which is open nights, weekends and holidays, charge more than the regular veterinarian? My local grocery store is open 24 hours a day and it doesn't charge more for food nights, weekends and holidays.

5 comments:

Rae Ann said...

I guess the vet thinks his/her time is more valuable than groceries.

Astrid said...

You leave me speechless. I have absolutely no answer to that!

DrMax said...

Boy, I hope that veterinarian isn't one of the meat suppliers for the 24-hour grocery.

Snake said...

Just by wondering about things that don't make sense, you may have hit upon a new scandal in the veterinarian industry. Could this be the long-awaited Petgate?

alaysha said...

im not really good with computers,
but i stubbled over this. from a black
uban girl "URBAN N.Y.C" point of veiw i think of this shit all the time.
THAT'S MAD MATRIX
P.S "WHICH MEANS WE DONT HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON" HA,HA