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I went to the doc for the first time since I started carrying yesterday.

The first nurse asked me to take off my jacket so she could take my blood pressure. I said, "Just so it doesn't surprise you...I'm wearing a pistol on my belt."

"Oh, ok. Thanks for the warning."

That was that...with her.

Then the PA comes in (I didn't need or really want to see the real Doc). She needs me to take my jacket off again, to listen to my chest. I give her the same heads-up.

"Oh, no problem. You're not the first person with one to come in here."

I replied, "I figured I probably wasn't."

Then she says, "Well, I promise not to reach for it and pull it out."

I chuckled and said, "Ok, then I won't either."

She laughed and that was that.

Perfect.

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Malum Prohibitum said:
But then your clever antigun doctor says you really, really need to have your prostate checked.
And he has fat, pudgy fingers too! :shock:
 

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ICP_Juggalo said:
[quote="Malum Prohibitum":1pr29h0p]But then your clever antigun doctor says you really, really need to have your prostate checked.
And he has fat, pudgy fingers too! :shock:[/quote:1pr29h0p]

Hopefully, the PA would handle that too. She has small hands.
 

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Last time I had to go to the doctors office I carried. I didn't say anything, and when the doctor checked my breathing did not mention the Glock. That guy is my favorite doctor.
 

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glockgirl said:
well my doc is on a navy base so no carry there...
Not that I carry on base but cars have good hiding spots for pistol-size objects. I would never do that. :) Better in the car than across town, right?
 

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Rammstein said:
Last time I had to go to the doctors office I carried. I didn't say anything, and when the doctor checked my breathing did not mention the Glock. That guy is my favorite doctor.
Would you have mentioned it if necessary? (such as in mz's situation) .
I don't really think it was necessary in my situation to tell anyone about it. I'd rather not say anything and if it is a problem for them I can ask for a different doctor, put it in the car, or go to a different doctors office.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
But then your clever antigun doctor says you really, really need to have your prostate checked.
Then she pulls opens a closet in the examing room and pulls out a long gun to check your .......... :lol:
 

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A buddy of mine has a woman doc.

He says, when getting the old prostate checked, it's much better to look down and see small blue pumps than large black wingtips...
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
No need to say anything if you carry openly, huh Ramm? :D
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The more I open carry the more I realize that it is not that big a deal in this state.

Now if we could only get larryg (other larryg) to test out his airport open carry... :twisted:
 

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Macktee said:
A buddy of mine has a woman doc.

He says, when getting the old prostate checked, it's much better to look down and see small blue pumps than large black wingtips...
All this talk of prostate exams makes me never want to get old.
 

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Rammstein said:
Macktee said:
A buddy of mine has a woman doc.

He says, when getting the old prostate checked, it's much better to look down and see small blue pumps than large black wingtips...
All this talk of prostate exams makes me never want to get old.
Growing old ain't for sissies. :lol:

I'm only 35, and I got to take an ambulance ride this past weekend. I'm finding I'm turning into my father much sooner than I expected. :lol:
 
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