Are you always on the lookout for interesting things to share? I am, and here's what I saw on my last trip to New York City:
An MD plate?
What's up with that?
Can that Doctor get away with speeding and illegally parking?
Here's what I found, the positives and the negatives...
- Your vehicle is now a high target for break-ins.
Maybe you have prescription pads or valuables in your car.
- Got in a car accident? Assume the attorney on the other side of the courtroom is going after the maximum dollar amount...
- That vanity plate will cost you $50
- If you're NOT an MD, and you get that vanity plate to pick up chicks, expect to be charged with fraud for lying on the application.
- You apparently have a better chance of getting out of a speeding ticket, especially if you work in an emergency department. There's an unwritten code between nurses, doctors, and police officers: If a cop goes into the hospital, they often get put at the front of the line by the nurses and doctors... One hand washes the other, as the saying goes.
- There are dedicated MD parking spaces at most hospitals; if you have the plates, you get to partake.
- You get an extra shine to add to the $75,000 penis you're displaying en flagrante to the public at large.
Neat stuff to share about neat things I've seen in my travels.
I'm looking forward to sharing a ton of cool stuff I learned at Steemfest 3, and here's one thing I learned after getting my credit card statement:
Poland 🇵🇱 is a VERY economical place to visit!
One of my Uber rides, after being converted into US dollars, was only $3.15 (!)
So much to share...
Dining deep underground in a salt mine, visiting Auschwitz, eating interesting foods...
Thanks for reading!