again with the signing the OSA,
blah blah, nobody signs it but they may have to sign to indicate awareness of it, rant, grrr etc
My point is that the media feeds the misconception that it only applies to you if you sign the form. On the screen it is always referred to as 'signing the Official Secrets Act'. That was my objection.
Picture the scene, hospital waiting room full of family awaiting the news of a relative who's under the knife at that moment, surgeon appears through door after completing said surgery, gives the good news that he's been repaired and will make a full recovery, family ask to see him, surgeon says "yes fine, he's through there, he might be a bit groggy though". Family arrive in room to see patient fully concious, conversant and probably eating a strawberry Jello (other deserts are available). Now, don't get me wrong, but either they aren't giving the guy enough anaesthetic and he's come round straight from being in theatre or the surgeon has taken his own sweet time to tell the family that he's ok, maybe stopping off to shag the fit nurse or have a 3 course lunch, because the last time I had an op, I was still under around 2 hours after completion.
Also nobody passes wind when coming round post operation.