Correction: Should have read
Do you seriously think this guy will actually understand and respond as some one with a developed thought process?
Congratulations Kel, You have successfully added one more word to your 6 word vocabulary...'Divorced'. But please stop using it in every post of yours. Like in this post you could have tried 'devoid'. Anyway, I like that you are putting in effort.
Irreverant, my friend, you are wasting your time. You are actually trying to anaylse a situation in order to elicit a discussion with someone whose posts in their entirety can be summed up in 6 words. Every news item chooses to have an opinion (spew venom) on has exactly the same 6 words, Do you seriously think this guy will actually understand and respond as some one whose a developed thought process.
Anwaar: Making an ass of yourself in a public forum is not good for your image
Look who is talking (I know snide remark, but I had to say it!)...But I agree with you, Satya and Kel both have this talent. No matter what the topic of discussion, they have a set of templates which they tweak here and there to present the same old rhetoric with new subjects. Kel will question everyone's intelligence (Who gave you the authority, bird brain)? And Satya will bring in religion. It is kinda getting boring here a bit.
Way to go Aamir. Emperical data suggests that malpractices (over and unnecessary charging and even negligence) are not really small exceptions by small number of black sheep as the MCI makes it out to be. It is high enough to be very concerned, it is a serious enough problem and it is on the rise for sure.
Unlike for example the US, Doctors as a rule (barring some exception due to their experience in places like US) do not have the culture of communicating, building confidence and trust in the patients and their loved ones - ask a question and mostly you are made to feel like a puny ignorant unwanted mortal talking to the big God himself with contempt and I don't have the time for you - don't waste my time in the body language. Nor do patients have access to the kind of justice system that can minimize negligence unlike the US.
I am quite clear if I have the money and I am on an operating table for anything significant I would prefer a doctor in the US. Since I don't have the money, I just keep praying that me or my loved ones don't have to be on an operating table for anything life and death. So far my wish is coming true and I keep my fingers crossed and praying for it everyday. Why do you think the rich and powerful mostly go the US for treatment?
>> IMA has not asked Aamir to apologise because he is a Muslim.
I know! You are the only moron who brings up his religion. Even easy issues are difficult for you. You should discuss only those issues which you understand. Making an ass of yourself in a public forum is not good for your image.