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Bedroom Conversations

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by Anonymous

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by estragon12/02/11

Great story! Loved it.

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by Anonymous12/02/11

OB/GYNs

Interesting story and thoughts about GYN's. How about other professions?

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by Anonymous12/02/11

Doctor Blabbermouth's Pillow Talk

What a funny, hot story! Thanks.
--John

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by Anonymous12/02/11

I forgot to vote.

You're tops on my ballot.

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by Anonymous12/02/11

Excellent

Lynn,

Your stories always have something unusual in them. This one was very unusual but also very sexy in a very subdued way. Nicely done.

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by Euan12/02/11

Absolutely Fucking brilliant

The funniest best story I've ever read on Literotica. Simply wonderful

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by Anonymous12/03/11

outrageously funny

That has to be one of the most humorous stories that I have read in a long long time. And it's so true that the ladies gossip and of course things take off and the poor hubby was caught in the middle of everything. He didn't stand a chance. Keep up the good work Lynn

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by Anonymous12/03/11

typical

4 u.

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by fregen12/07/11

Really, really good! Really!

Just loved it. From start to finish. Well, well executed.

Thanks for sharing.

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by Anonymous09/10/12

Bedroom Conversations

That has to be the funniest story that I have read, here or any where else, other than my brothers telling me about their failed attempts to get laid when they were teenagers.....My husband and I talk too but it is always with the intent of turning the other on.....I was surprised how turned on he got when I was describing a date's cum running down the inside of my leg because I did not have any Kleenex in my purse....Thanks again.....Mona

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by hardcoreliterary11/13/12

Hilarious!

Also, spot-on socio-sexual observation, accurately and acutely portrayed personal interactions and a very convincing marital relationship between the two central characters. All played for laughs but with a very carefully portrayed and utterly believable realism underlying the comedy.

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by Dubby4902/14/13

Margie

"It was marked 'CONFIDENTIAL' so Margie figured it was important and opened it".

Sounds like my wife. She opens every letter received at home except those addressed to her.

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by Anonymous07/21/14

a classic

damn i skipped these before , did not think they would interest me .
revisiting Lynns profile i decided this time round to read all the posts.

really glad i did , this had me in fits of laughter from start to finish .
lynn should never have posted this , could have earned good money selling it as a comedy sketch script for tv /dvd ., or even a play .

all the works done & it all takes place in bed between one couple ,
lynn , lynn , lynn .. get this to a screenwriter or comedy playwright it's to good to leave as just a Literary piece.

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by Anonymous04/04/16

I'd like to be the U.S. Attorney for their town!

The Heath Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), resulted in the U.S. Dept of Health and Huma Services promulgating an "administrative simplification" regulation of about 400,000 words. It became effective in 2003, about 8 years before this story. See Title 42 of the United States Code, Section 1320d-5.
The law provides for CRIMINAL Penalties: here's the most draconion one: offenses committed with the intent to sell, transfer, or use individually identifiable health information for commercial advantage, personal gain or malicious harm permit fines of $250,000, and imprisonment for up to ten years
Less egregious disclosures: doc/nurse did not know and could not reasonably be expected to know the disclosure was wrong--$100.00 to $50,000.00 per offense, no jail.
Violation due to reasonable cause and not willful neglect: $1000.00 to $50,000 per violation, up to $1.5 Million pear year for repeat offenses.
Violation due to willful neglect, but corrected: $10,000.00 to $50,000.00 per incident.
Violation due to willful neglect, but not corrected: $50,000.00 per incident, up to $1.5 Million per year.
At some point the protagonist should realize he has to get his nurse, staff and wife to stop reading the charts, schedules, etc, or his conduct had become "willful neglect" and he's in deep trouble.
Sandra's gossiping clearly is for the purpose of causing malicious harm, especially to "that whore". Ten years in a Federal Penitentiary might make her shut her gossiping mouth up.
But alll of the licensed health care providers are looking at fines of up to $1.5 million per year for their wrongful disclosures of health information protected under the law. The protanonist is going to be held accounatable for his nurse 's and his administrative staff's disclosures as well.
HIPAA gives the Feds civil and criminal causes of actions agaist practitioners who blap, but does not create a Federal cause of action for the injured parties to sue the docs and nurses. For that, the injured parties need to look to state law.
Such egregious breeches of patient confideniality are likely to get the state medical and nursing boards to revoke their licenses to practice.
A Real Humorous and Satiric Story! NOT!
Obviously, the author his never had a health care practitioner violate his privacy, or he would't find this humorous.

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