Yes. I've been back to the pharmacy. (For those just tuning in, I deal with a military medical facility that inclues a pharmacy run by, to quote my doctor, "Drug Nazis".)
I saw the doc this morning about some stuff. Nothing terribly exciting. Adjusting dosages, refills, sinus problems, blah blah. So off I go to the pharmacy to pick up my medication. (I am leaving out the part where the Goob threw a screaming fit in the middle of the waiting room.) Okay. Now. As a chronic pain patient, I take or have taken a lot of different medications. Some of them have a very high resale value on the street (tranquilizers in particular are very popular; I've taken them for my nerve damage). So I've always been aware of the safety issue; keeping track of my purse at all times (if there are medications in it), not pulling out big bottles of pills in public, etc. While it is not a common occurrence, there have been muggings here in the US involving people walking out of pharmacies getting their drugs stolen. Again, I'm not totally paranoid, particularly not on a military base, but you know. Be aware. Don't be an idiot.
Don't be an idiot.
I go to pick up my medication, and what do the PHARMACY PEOPLE put the drugs in? The people who should know better? A BRIGHT RED BAG WITH A PHARMACY STICKER ON IT. I might as well put on a shirt that says "Attention addicts: fun drugs here. Help yourself, just hit me in the head first."
I hope to hell these aren't the same people handling the nuclear warheads.