On the note of requirement checklists, here's a fun one. First I find out that my MMR records were lost in a hurricane. So, I go the Titer route (pretty much a blood test to prove that you have the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella antibodies). My phlebotamist, which is the expert at the lab who has completed the grueling 6 week course in bloodletting, appears to be about 17 y.o. Nice kid, but I honestly think he almost put the needle through the back of my elbow. Two weeks later I find out that they have the Measles and Rubella results, but somehow lost or never received the Mumps. Infuriated at this point, I drive to the lab to get as much documentation as I am legally allowed. Here's the kicker. The lab technician who received the order wanted verification on what the two M's in MMR stood for. This is something any pre-nursing, emt (me), orderly, med asst., or marginally aware person in any area of the allied health professions would know like their last name. Argghhhhhhhh!!!!! Sorry. I'm done venting (although still not registered).