My money is really tight until I can work more and longer days. And I had a few unexpected expenses this month so it's super tight now. So I called my pharmacy and asked to get 1/4 of a prescription. It was blatently obvious that this annoyed the pharmacy tech I was speaking to. She went silent, then asked what prescription it was for. I could sense the annoyance in her voice. I told her. She said, "It x.xx for the full month? Are you sure you don't want the full prescription?" Because she's have to redo it I suppose and even though she's getting paid no matter what she does there, it's still a bother to her. Pharmacy techs in retail make crap. My prescription may be worth an hour of her time in her paycheck. But she's annoyed to have to redo it.
I said I'd take half. She went silent again then said it would be ready in a half an hour. Lucky you you aren't disabled on a severely limited income working your ass off to get healthy enough to work and this script isn't covered. Even if the dollar amount is not much to you, it is to me. I can't stand people who are that insensitive. I have had it happen before in other circumstances.
Just needed to vent. Thanks for reading.
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