The answer is NO.
Let's analyze the day:
9am ~ I just opened and I have a crap load of reports and labels to print for the day. Plus all the Oxycodone addicts are lining up waiting for their "do not fill until [today's date]" prescriptions to magically appear. Now is not a good time.
11am ~ The fax machine has started spitting out physician scripts at an alarming rate. Sick people are waiting for their medications to be filled and the order has arrived. We have yesterday's orders to fill and waiters. Now is not a good time.
1pm ~ Physicians are done with their lunch (they get a lunch) and now they're faxing and e-Scripting over a whole new batch of prescriptions to fill. People are lining up at the pick up window because "My doctor said it would be ready when I got here." Now is not a good time.
3pm ~ I have one tech on the phone trying to get a claim to go through and another tech still messing with today's order. I'm trying to hide in the corner to nibble on a sandwich. This is my first time today to have something to eat. Now is not a good time.
5pm ~ The dinner rush is here. All the people who were kind of enough to request their prescriptions the night before using our automated system are now on their way home from work. They're tired, crabby, and want service now because The Walking Dead is on tonight. Hurry up. Physician offices are trying to clear out their refill requests before leaving for the day and our fax machine is trying to keep up. Now is not a good time.
6pm ~ One of the tech leaves for the day, leaving us to fend off the wolves alone. The dinner rush continues. The order is finally finished but now people are here asking about their refill requests and yelling at us because we faxed to their old doctor (not knowing they switched doctors). We have to refill the business card holder because people grab cards since they're going to call the 800 number to complain about our poor service. Now is not a good time.
7pm ~ The last tech leaves and I'm alone. People are still picking up medication, plus now the "night people" show up -- people with fake scripts that I can't verify because the physicians are all cozy on their couches at home watching The Walking Dead. Arguments ensue because I refuse to fill without verification. More business cards disappear. Now is not a good time.
8pm ~ Now I get the onslaught of people coming from Urgent Care or discharged from hospitals with a pile of scripts... things they can actually wait for until the next day, but they're all worried because they just came from the hospital (oddly, some are with scripts dated two days ago) and they need it now. Now is not a good time.
9pm ~ I just closed the door. I want to go home. I'm tired. Now is not a good time.