65 thoughts on “Robot doctor tells patient: “you’re dying”

  1. tbh when my dad got the news from the physician that he had a couple of months to live, my mom wasn't even there with him, he was there with the news for 8 hours in the hospital before she showed up after she got off of work. Lousy bedside manner is nothing new, sadly.

  2. I call BS on this one. I'm siding with Kaiser. 1st, it wasn't a robot, it was tele-medicine. Get used to it. 2nd, I'm sure he was examined by the ER and/or admitting doctors.

    1. Arizona got it half right. No time change, but stuck in the wrong zone. I hope CA is able to make this the last time change evar. FL is stuck in limbo Congress, too.

      1. I'm generally the only person in any crowd who advocates for changing time back and forth. NM has two mutually-contradictory bills in the Leg that would eliminate the change. I guess they're still debating whether they want darkness at 8am or darkness at 7pm.

        1. I'm open to compromise. Newfoundland split the difference, and they are doing OK. They still change from Daylight to Standard and back, though.

          1. Is this only a thing in California? Because there are all sorts of laws getting passed out here to keep plastic straws out of the waste stream. I assumed it was happening elsewhere, too.

          2. OK…

            So do other states have bag laws? Here, at grocery stores, you have to pay 10 cents a bag or bring your own bags. It has really cut down on single-use plastic bags fluttering around everywhere.

          3. A Bisbee city ban on plastic bags and small fee for recyclable bags both violated state law, the Arizona Attorney General's Office said Tuesday……..

          4. A lot of restaurants here are switching to those and I have found that they feel unsettlingly rough against my front teeth, which are crowns. So I just keep plastic straws in my purse or use no straws at all.

  3. Hey gang , what's goin…………..
    [ slowly backs away from the blog ]
    Oh, I forgot , I gotta thing to do, uhhh, very important

    Carry on

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