Laundry Cart Revisited

  1. Months ago, I remember a thread that taked about a co-worker leaving a laundry cart in the path of another co-worker, and it had to do with a shift change. Remember:roll

    I just wanted to say that I think it is wrong to leave a laundry cart out in the open. You shouldn't joke about objects in motion. Once the laundry cart is in motion, it should remain in motion until it arrives where it belongs.

    At the time I said it would be no problem to just move it if it was left out intentionally, but I see now how it is sick and wrong to not make an issue of that.
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  2. 59 Comments

  3. by   eltrip
    Mario,
    You're quite right. It is absolutely deviant to NOT make mountains out of molehills!:chuckle
  4. by   micro
    :roll :roll :roll

    hey, what are all the laundry carts doing in the hall........

    and, omg.........I think I saw a molehill!!!!!

    :roll :roll :roll
  5. by   l.rae
    How many molehills does it take to make a mountain???????......LR
  6. by   JeannieM
    Sometimes multiple molehills can lead to a volcanic eruption!:uhoh21:
  7. by   fedupnurse
    new horror flick will be coming soon to a theater near you:
    The Laundry Cart
    Mario, are you sure it DIDN'T get there all by itself???????
  8. by   SmilingBluEyes
    ummm did you look at it real closely? may it grew legs that walk!
  9. by   mario_ragucci
    Originally posted by JeannieM
    Sometimes multiple molehills can lead to a volcanic eruption!:uhoh21:
    No, mole hills are only occupying the topsoil, and sometimes as many as 3 meters below the topsoil.

    A volcanic eruption would be the results of motions deep in the earth, below the earths mantle, and into the liquid core of the earth.

    mole hill can't lead to volcanism
  10. by   canoehead
    Jeez Mario,
    the thread was about restocking a laundry cart after a busy shift. The nurse didn't have time to do it and didn't move the cart from point A to point B where the day shift preferred it. And I think we were all in agreement that the day shift could go pound sand...or move the darn cart themselves.
  11. by   micro
    Originally posted by canoehead
    Jeez Mario,
    the thread was about restocking a laundry cart after a busy shift. The nurse didn't have time to do it and didn't move the cart from point A to point B where the day shift preferred it. And I think we were all in agreement that the day shift could go pound sand...or move the darn cart themselves.


    but I love the tangenting off in threads that occurs......

    i wanna hear about volcanic eruptions and is that what cause Devil's Tower to form........

    know that wasn't even a thousand molehills.........

    mountain out a molehill.........DAMN, THAT MUST HAVE BEEN ONE BIG MOLE!!!!!!!!!
    Last edit by micro on Jun 15, '02
  12. by   Sleepyeyes
    All i know is, they will still come up with one leftover sock that doesn't match anything else..... and no pillow cases... :chuckle ...thus, I believe laundry really IS a life form.
    Last edit by Sleepyeyes on Jun 15, '02
  13. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Canoehead - I share your feelings. I also think that the hour was late on this topic, and perhaps some were getting a little giddy. As for Mario....



    Heather
  14. by   canoehead
    Uh- huh. (sigh)

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