Here's a random list of things
I want to know:
Why are some drugs so similar in name that they could easily be mistaken for one another while the FDA won't approve the names of others for the same reason?
What's the maximum number of bluetooth devices I can hook up to my iPhone simultaneously?
Why don't I go trout fishing more often?
Why do people come to the pharmacy five minutes after they left the doctor office, wait in line, watch us racing around while they stand in line, and then ask if their prescription is ready?
Why do cats bite when you're just trying to be nice?
Why do people think it's ok to interrupt the pharmacist while he or she is obviously counting medication?
Why does the <TAB> key stick on almost every keyboard I use?
What kind of drug rep comes to the pharmacy right when we open?
Does anyone really get cough relief from Tessalon perles?
Why do people hate Nickelback so much?
Why do people wait until they're completely out of their medication before they ask for a refill?
Do children really think they're fooling anyone when they're only nice because they need money?
Why is "okay" the preferred spelling for "ok" ???
Why can't people call in their medications for refill on Sunday when it is slow instead of waiting until Monday when it is crazy busy?
Why do they call it a hamburger if it is made from beef?
When eBay bought PayPal, why didn't they change the name to ePay or easyPay?
What does BB-7 look like? How about BB-1 through BB-6, for that matter?
Why do people ask for your recommendation, answer your questions about their condition, listen to your recommendation, then take something else?
Why didn't my parents have me take piano lessons?
Will people ever get along with each other in the world?