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  • Chicago Boyz Waiting Room Series: 20

    Posted by Jonathan on December 18th, 2018 (All posts by )

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    12 Responses to “Chicago Boyz Waiting Room Series: 20”

    1. Grurray Says:

      ‘Be an opener of doors for such as come after thee, and do not try to make the universe a blind alley.’
      -Ralph Waldo Emerson

    2. Chicago Tom Says:

      This just may be the dullest most boring waiting room I have ever seen! Is this a dental office?

    3. Brian Says:

      If the chairs were white, this would be a serious work of art.

    4. Jonathan Says:

      We work with the waiting rooms we have.

    5. Mike Says:

      I think this series is wonderful.

    6. Mrs. Davis Says:

      These seem to be showing up with increasing frequency. I do hope the problem is resolved soon.

    7. T Says:

      Aha, non-compliance w/ADA!
      -the door+frame should have been planned and installed ~6″to the left from it’s current location (on the pull side there must be 1′-6″ clearance at the right of lockset)
      -instead of a knob there must be a lever-type handle, min 4″wide

      sorry, prof.deformation…

    8. Mongoose Says:

      I think this series sucks! Boooorrriinnnggg!

    9. Lion of Tashkent Says:

      Bleak!

    10. David at Aabbitt Says:

      Historically waiting rooms are not a joyful experience, but with a smart phone in hand it can be much more bearable.

    11. Mike K Says:

      My waiting room was furnished with antique reproductions and had newspapers with wood batten backing.

      That was long ago when medicine was personal.

      A GP I knew in San Juan Capistrano had a working fireplace in his office.

    12. Grurray Says:

      My cousin is an oral surgeon, and his office is big fin de siecle Victorian house. The living room, complete with a fireplace, serves as the waiting room. He took the practice over from his father, who originally started it in the 60s, so I think it is a unique setup nowadays.

      When we were kids we used to help mow the lawn, rake leaves, landscape, paint. Any and all odd jobs. In fact, I may call him up to clean the gutters just for old time’s sake.