So - who's the moron that decided a drive through in a pharmacy was a good idea? Come on, stand up and show yourself - I'd like to throw something at you!
Seriously - drive-throughs are for fast food joints, and having one at a pharmacy invites the people who think things should happen immediately to come to my store.
No, you can't just sit and wait for your script to be filled while you're in the drive through. It's for dropping it off or picking it up - but not all in the same transaction.
No, the drive through doesn't have different hours than the pharmacy - you can't come to the drive through before we open and expect to be helped (we're not a friggin' Jack in the Box!)
No, I'm not your personal shopper. If you want something other than a prescription, you'll have to get your lazy butt out of the car and come in.
No, a box of a hundred syringes won't fit in the drive through tube system. Neither will the 25 scripts you're picking up at once - and I'm not standing here all day to send the tube back and forth with 3 or 4 things each time.
No, you can't expect a heck of a lot of privacy in the drive through. Everything I say to you comes out of that very loud speaker there, so anyone in the next lane, or even just walking by might hear me tell you how to take your Viagra. If you don't want anyone to know what you're getting, then come in the store.
Oh - by the way - I'd also like to throw something at the architect who decided that the drive through station in the pharmacy should be way at the opposite end of the pharmacy from where the majority of work gets done. Could you please stand up, too?