Neurotopia

Radio Blowhard False Alarm

Turns out Rush’s Viagra was purposefully mislabeled as being prescribed to his physician for protection of Rush’s privacy, which is what tipped off the Customs guys.

Darn. There goes my first SchadenFriday material on the SEED blogs… although I do wish Rushie could take a cue from me and correct his mistakes in a timely fashion. Or at all.

Comments

  1. #1 Ahcuah
    June 27, 2006

    I think you might be going too easy on this.

    Two questions:

    What provision in the law says that one is allowed to mislabel a prescription for privacy purposes? As far as I know, that is just as illegal.

    What privacy purpose does it serve? When you pick up a prescription, there is pharmacist/patient privilege, so nobody else ought to know.

    This just sounds like a rationalization after-the-fact to me.

  2. #2 Evil Monkey
    June 27, 2006

    You’re probably right. But I think the bigger issue here isn’t prescription drugs. Google “dominican sex trade”.

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