Frankly, iDoc is a great literary device—the personification of evil. It kills innocent people and is in cahoots with the wicked insurance companies. Speaking of insurance companies, I wonder if iDoc is smart enough to submit prior authorizations for all those drugs it plans to prescribe? Now that would really impress me.
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