Village Resident does not like waiting rooms

April 24, 2009
Forestville resident Al Tunis will bring electronic game to doctor's office

Forestville resident Al Tunis will bring electronic game to doctor's office

Last year Al Tunis visited the eye doctor for his annual checkup and was disappointed with the waiting room.  “The magazines were all for chicks: People, Soap Opera Digest, and Fashion Trends.  I don’t read that stuff so I just there with a dumb look on my face and my hands folded nicely in my lap.  I hate doing that.  I looked like a dork,” said an angry Tunis.  “It is too hard to have an Automotive Weekly or Maxim Magazine just lying around.” 

 

Mr. Tunis fears the situation has not changed so he called the office manager and asked if he could bring his old electronic football game with him.  According to Al “It is a two player game played on a metal field (18X12) with miniature plastic players affixed to a magnetic base.  When the players are set up, a thumb switch is activated causing the field to vibrate and the players to move.  The team to score the most points via a touchdown, field goal or safety wins when time expires.”   

 

The doctor’s office had not responded to his inquiry. 

 

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