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Apathecary dispenses medicine, indifference

ACEDIA, CT – If you need a prescription filled, go see Dr. Shrugg. But if you want interest or concern, go elsewhere.

Shrugg’s Drugs is a full service pharmacy and convenience store, and by all accounts the service is top-notch. Customers invariably praise Shrugg’s expertise and knowledge in pharmaceuticals. He doesn’t want to hear about it, though.

“Yeah, don’t try to chat him up about your ailment if you’re after a kind word,” said Jen Teague, who was picking up a refill. “It is the place to come if you want to get your meds and go.”

Several times a week, someone will attempt to make small talk or garner a little extra advice about their illness. While Dr. Shrugg is willing to answer questions about medications, he is quick to curtail run-on conversations and get back to work.


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  1. Anonymous Anonymous March 27, 2008

    Apatheticary dispenses indifference to spelling “Apothecary”.-Anonymchuckous

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