Like bloggers, veterinarians are often misunderstood. People believe they make millions by charging high prices. Or, that they don't really care about pets, they only practice their particular field of medicine because it makes them rich. Or, that the expensive equipment in their offices, to do surgery, take X-rays and MRIs, etc, was discounted for them because the manufacture wanted them to buy it.
People would be so wrong.
In a new detective show on TV, two men meet and are thrown together unexpectedly, to one of the detective's dismay (he doesn't play well in groups, it seems). The good looking detective, arriving straight from the FBI, has an attitude of trust. The local detective, squinty-eyed and sour, listens to the other detective talk about how good people are... and turns to him with a sneer, to say, "Have you ever met people?" (clearly, he has determined that people are not trust worthy or good...)
This leads me to ask ... have you ever met people or are you a people? By this, I mean, are you someone who believes any or all of the first paragraph?
As a former veterinary tech, I can honestly say...