'…You know, I had those aches, coughs and sneezes for a whole week! Then, I asked my Doc to give me some really strong stuff like antibiotics. In two days, all my troubles disappeared! His pills really worked! Boy, this Doc is a pretty smart guy!…'
Overheard in a local watering hole.
'…Don't tell anyone, but to get rid of my flu, I went to see a homeopath. She prescribed me powdered pieces of the Berlin Wall. People say it doesn't work. But look, no one has proved that it doesn't and my case shows that it does…'
Overheard during a coffee break at a downtown office.
Fuzzy premises lead to fuzzy conclusions. However, final decisions in medicine must always be clear and precise. Or must they?