I just got home from the hospital a bit ago, it was a check up for what happened back in June. To sort of do a quick overview, I started to see stars/flashes of light, I got worried, and went into the health clinic on campus. They had no idea what was going on, so I was taken to the Emergency Room at the University of Washington Medical Center. I was there roughly 8 hours.
Today, I go and check in, then sit down. The nurse said I had a 10 or so minute wait. I go sit down and grab a magazine…a National Geographic. After flipping past a full page ad, I noticed that it was quite pixelated. I checked the cover, and its dated 1992.
I am interested why a hospital would have a 13 year old magazine out to look at. Yeah most people aren’t too picky about their reading material when waiting, but why so old?
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