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From Boing Boing:

Doctors force patients to sign gag orders forbidding online reviews.

When maddmom was auditioning doctors for her surgery we ran into this. The doctors she initially chose for her procedure had nothing but glowing reviews, but our experience with the doctors, the results we saw, and the office staff made us nervous. As a matter of fact, it made maddmom nervous enough that we canceled the surgery there and picked a different group of doctors. This group didn't ask us to sign an EULA.

More to the point, if a doctor/professor/business/President wants to keep you quiet about your opinion, there's probably a reason.

Right Mr. Cramer?

Remember the saying If something looks too good to be true, it probably is? It's outdated. Now we have maddad's law.

If something looks to good to be true, don't fucking vote for it.


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