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 Post subject: Re: Suddenly Deprived Good Food, You Value What You Had
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good to hear the positive results


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 Post subject: Re: Suddenly Deprived Good Food, You Value What You Had
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Best wishes--- and prayers, SharkysPal. Modern medicine: The times; they are a'changing.

Good thing, you had your PC eyes open so that they took you to a hospital and not a Doc-In-The-Box-- one'uv those emergency-care clinics. (And Psssst, SharkysPal: on your way home, roll up to a Jack-In-The Box: breakfast 24/7 and some curly/seasoned fries should do the trick. Need some dessert, even if it is breakfast time? The New Yawk cheese cake slice is a winner!. Had one yestiddy!)

Uh-oh: A medical meddle on hospital food: At Dallas' Baylor Medical Center east of downtown Dallas and at the former Texas Presbyterian -- Now Texas Health Resources, or some such, the hospital food at both paces were -- Yes! -- amazingly good, with Baylor taking my nod. In fact the food at Baylor/Downtown was so good that, I would learn, many visitors, eschewing a slew of eateries -- and not all fast-food outlets -- nearby, would eat at the hospital's public cafeteria.


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CittiS wrote:
...Good thing, you had your PC eyes open so that they took you to a hospital and not a Doc-In-The-Box...


I haven't heard that term before, but I think it's great! :lol:


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