Pizza receipt warns of labyrinth, minotaur


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ha! next time I order delivery online, I am so doing something like this with the delivery instructions…


#3

Then I hope you live in the basement of a hospital.

Also, Safety Dance? Is the Minotaur that old?


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I would hope if I were to take the time and effort to learn how to play Safety Dance on a flute, and took the time to find out where this place is and fly there of course, I would at least get a free slice.


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Hey, mythological monsters that prowl the hallways beneath a hospital don’t get a lot of chances to hear recent music.

And they should count their blessings, too. “Safety Dance” is hard enough, but have you ever tried playing “Sexy And I Know It” on a pan flute?


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Makes me think of http://xkcd.com/461/ .


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What hospital has a women’s building…oh maybe a mental hospital…


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I think lots of hospitals have women’s buildings, or at the very least a floor for maternity/gynecology, which are pretty much distinctly about women’s health?


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Can’t decide whether to flag this comment or not so you’ll have to help me out. Are you making a sexist gag about women being crazy, or are you unaware of any other context in which women have different medical needs than men?


#11

Which would handily explain the bit about “the stork upon the ceiling”. :smirk:


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Neither. I was thinking of the pizza message as clues to a mystery, and where to look next.

I just haven’t seen a large general medical hospital that has a separate “Women’s Building.” Of course, there are maternity departments, etc. in hospitals, and places devoted to diseases specific to women, but I have never heard of a hospital that automatically separates people by gender prior to diagnosis. But hey, I guess that any town could have a hospital with a men’s building and a women’s building.


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This sounds like a job for… The Deliverator!


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I have entered an unfamiliar zone where questioning hospitals with women’s areas can get one’s head bit off. Reality is stranger than fiction.


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There are certainly plenty of women’s hospitals out there, but I think you’d find it pretty common for general hospitals with a wing devoted to obstetrics and gynecology to call it the Women’s Building or similar. Most people I know were born in an OB/GYN ward of some sort, so it’s not like it’s a particularly esoteric field.

I was born at Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, CA, some 45 years ago. Their Women’s Center has been around for over two decades, I believe.


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Most large hospitals – they usually have entire buildings dedicated to kids as well… Amazeballs!
Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital | University of Michigan Health System
University of Michigan | CS Mott Children’s Hospital: University of Michigan Health System


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You don’t think that:

had something to do with the reaction?

Perhaps, reality has a problem with you?


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I read “maybe a mental hospital” as a questioning along the lines of “what sort of hospital might have same-sex wards”, which by itself, to me at least, would be a bit of a stretch to call an offensive or sexist remark or whatever the problem was.


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