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Still not pregnant... - Elizabeth Unexplained
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Still not pregnant...
OK, its not as good at "still not king", but whatever.

I'm triggering tonight at 10:30 PM. Retrieval is Monday at 9:30 AM. That would make transfer (assuming we have anything to transfer) Thursday.

This morning's wanding experience was complicated by the fact that the security guard was riding in the elevator (slowing the whole thing down too) instead of sitting out of sight somewhere buzzing people in. I'm sure that he thinks he's doing a better job that way. What he must have failed to understand is that the only thing open in the building at that hour is the fertility clinic and the andrology lab, so the only people coming in are fertility patients, which means that 90% of the people entering the building are women. Many women do not react well to being alone in an elevator with a scuzzy-looking male, for reasons which should be obvious to any adult who takes a moment to think about it. This guy's rent-a-cop outfit wasn't doing much to improve his image either. Someone needs to give that guy a clue, but it wasn't going to be me. As surly at the situation made me feel I am still not enough of an idiot to start an confrontation with an armed man, even if I suspect he's not competant with said weapon.
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From: readsalot Date: February 25th, 2007 05:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
Keeping my fingers crossed.

Can you mention to someone at the clinic that the security guard's demeanor leaves something to be desired, and let their management give him a clue?
greyautumnrain From: greyautumnrain Date: February 25th, 2007 09:56 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well, I mentioned to the tech that I was not thrilled, and she agreed, but that was really about as far as I bothered to take it. "The security guard was being stupid and made me grouchy," is not exactly the sort of thing official complaints are made of. I can't even say what it was about him (other than his presence in the elevator) that set me off. I certainly don't react that way to all, or even most, men. For example, I would have happily ridden down alone with the guy who was waiting for the elevator when I was done, even though if I describe the two of them physically he would have sounded much more stereotypically threatening.
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