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  •  Just goes to show... (10+ / 0-)

    ... that people really do prefer "full service" stores, that offer ALL the products they want in one convenient location...

    Why go to a pharmacy that will only fill SOME of your prescriptions? Or one that doesn't stock what most people would consider "ordinary" products like cosmetics? Or cigarettes? When there's one not too far away (Chantilly is not a small town) that has everything with no hassles?

    And yes, contraception in various forms is a basic necessity that a lot of adults do have a need for and want to be able to buy.

    •  I can see if it's a prescription (2+ / 0-)
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      G2geek, Ice Blue

      that's pretty rare -- when I had a major staph infection several years back, my doctor prescribed a special cream that wasn't carried by my regular pharmacy, but a larger branch of the chain a few miles away (not too far out of the way) carried it so we went there (and they called ahead to make sure they put it on hold for us). Certainly doesn't apply in this case.

      The risk we take in opening our hearts to love, is learning to say goodbye.

      by Cali Scribe on Thu Apr 08, 2010 at 11:49:53 PM PDT

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