So it sounds as if you need one of the first new Touch Screen Nursies, you gentle soul bunkie? You have a husband. Ah so. Not a best friend and lover who else listens and shares enough to shut his yap until you finish even your first sentence without an idiotic solution that makes no connection to what will will eventually get on with? Yes.
Trust me I am a doctor. Oh of course doctor. Lift your skirt. Yes doctor. I see. Later on that. Put them down for heaven sake here comes Nurse Cratchet. Yes doctor. Are you in pain. Oh yes. Feel my pain. I can't I'm only I doctor.
Here talk to the ordering officer for the asylum. Do you have anyone you can talk this out with. A loved one. Well I have a husband. You need this doll. That's what I was trying to explain, doctor. Yes, no need to explain, you see I am a man. Yes, doctor. So what would you say to this touch screen nurse.
Oh I could say much doctor. If I only had a voice. Never mind Dorothy to the back of the bus with the black folks. Here take a Touch Screen Nurse. god knows they could make use of such. Martin my Touch Screen Nurse Luther King I say. Oh Walter. Sorry dear.
I have a pain right here, doctor. I see. And what do you think the doll would do to help in that regard. I hope it doesn't tell me it's all in my head. Your husband says that to you? No you do. Ah well yes. But I can say such things for you can see I am a doctor.
Tell me about your husband. Well firstly he is a man. Well yes I had hoped for that as you have children. One can make assumptions. I am glad I can tick that off. How does he feel. With his hands. Often. I refer to him with my girlfriends as Hans. I see. And that is his name?
No doctor. Well, why would you? Doctor when can I have the doll. I have so much to say. Well then talk to your husband. Oh I do, but he is not such as comfort as the wall. He keeps moving except whenthe game is on. Which game? Any game. He likes sports. Like a dog likes a hind leg. Does your dog do that?
Not any more. Does your husband. Yes. And that is why you want a doll. Well, more as someone to tell how I feel. I see. And do you think this would help. I hope so doctor for I fear with all the burdens, the six jobs, the kids, Ralph not working, not saying much usually, many grunts.
But that is not why I feel, do you hear doctor I have feelings. I see. I will make a note. I think you need a female doctor and a new mood doll. Oh doctor. You heard something I said. It must be such a wonderful mood. May I touch your face? No don't be silly. Here, let me take your hand. There, you may place it there.
And if you have palsy you may leave it there. Oh doctor the moods you put me in. And so we evolve, at least every which way but loose. How you apply your hands to this new mood doll will be determined on the extent you feel it can feel your pain.
And that is a wrap on tonight's news. Over to you Walter. Walter has nodded off, holding his new mood ring. He must be having quite a pleasant dream. Oh Walter.
Derek Dashwood enjoys noticing positive ways we progress, the combining of science into the humanities to measure politics, wise use and mis use of power and protective love at