If you read my stuff from last week, you'll know about the problems I had getting two very innocent packages from the post office. Because I did not have a federal ID like a passport of a birth certificate with me, they would not give me my packages (two CDs I'd ordered from Amazon). I imagine it's just a matter of time before someone (maybe me?) goes postal on the post office. LOL
Walker ran out of pills that the doctor prescribed for glaucoma, so today I called in a refill under his name, gave them my name, and told them I'd come get them in 20 minutes. I came in, told them my name, they handed me the pills, I paid for them, and went on my way. They didn't even ask me for IDENTIFICATION!!! I know, I know, why ID at a drug store? What if I'd been sent to pick up some Oxycontin, or something like that? What if Walker's glaucoma medication was a little more unorthodox, if you get my drift? Medicinal marijuana isn't unheard of up here. Why on earth can I so easily pick up someone else's prescription at the local pharmacy, but the bloody post office won't give me my own damn package, even with proof of identity? I didn't have federal ID on me, but I had my OHIP (Ontario Health Insurance Plan) card on me, ad one has to be a CITIZEN to get one of those cards.
Makes me think the people at the post office are getting expperimental drugs from the people at the pharmacy. Seems that would be easy enough to do since the folks at the pharmacy are eager to hand pills to anyone who walks in here to get them. LOL