There is a pecking order according to the color of the scrubs at our hospital, The cleaning people and kitchen help wears black, the OR surgeons wear a light blue, x-ray students wear an awful Caribbean Blue, and doctors wear white. My theory is that the lighter the color, the higher the achieved status among the hospital employees. It never fails that the white-coated doctors congregate, or walk four wide in the hallways, and help us all if they are politely asked to step aside.
While we were waiting on the elevator, I asked the x-ray tech:
K: If a group of whales is called a pod, what do you call a group of doctors?
X-ray Tech: I don't know.
K: In the way.
Maybe, one day I'll have to accidentally run over a few doctors.
Keep Right On Prepping - K