Latest Comments by MunoRN

Latest Comments by MunoRN

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    herring_RN and Ted like this.

    Quote from tntrn
    Trump personally or his businesses? The distinction is important.
    For tax purposes there is no distinction in Trump's case. Single owner LLC's, which is what Trump primarily owns, do not file separate returns, they are included in the personal returns of the owner.

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    WKShadowRN likes this.

    Quote from BostonFNP
    Have you ever looked up the pharmacokinetics of THC?
    "A few hours" is actually consistent with the established duration of marijuana intoxication.

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    Quote from RainMom
    Haha, everybody hates admissions.

    Today my coworker in PACU had an ICU nurse trying to argue & insist that the pt couldn't be ready for discharge to the unit because they had only been in recovery 30 minutes. Bwahaha!! It was only a TEE/cardioversion & the pt came from ICU & that nurse to begin with. Yeah, let's just keep him here long enough to bump him (& his bill) up to the next level because it was too quick for you.
    Why would his bill "bump" up?

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    They are generally referred to as "RTLS" or Real Time Location Systems.

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    herring_RN likes this.

    Quote from MassED
    Father of bomb suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami: I called FBI twice | NJ.com

    I posted this on another topic, but the dad called the FBI twice and had FBI interview with the father. He was on their radar. How comfortable are we with the fact that a father was concerned with his son regarding his beliefs and the FBI couldn't even do anything. Rahami had taken trips to the middle east and this still didn't flag him?? What kind of system do we have!!??
    I'm not sure that even in retrospect there was much that could have been done differently, he was investigated and there was nothing actionable at the time. What do feels should have been done differently.

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    elkpark likes this.

    Quote from AndyB
    That is nice Muno but IRS filings show that less than $5.2 million of that went to charitable grants.
    Are you saying that's too much or too little?

    The ideal charity to give to does all of their charitable work themselves, rather than than passing that money on to other charities through grants.

    I'd much prefer a charity that gives away 0$ in the form of charitable grants since that increases the amount of my contribution that goes towards overhead, but I also get that in order for one charity to do it's work, it sometimes relies on the work of other charities, which necessitates the need for grants.

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    herring_RN likes this.

    Quote from AndyB
    Prove to us the email to Hillary's daughter is not true. The one thing with you Hillary apologists have are a lot of words without links to back them up. You seldom post links to back up what you claim Muno. How about growing up and quit spreading mistruths and start posting links with your "facts". Talk is cheap .
    From my initial post on the subject, which you then quoted and responded to which contained the link you claim doesn't exist:
    Quote from MunoRN
    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/18/wo...ault.html?_r=1
    Prior to her email to Chelsea, a terrorist group called Ansar al Sharia claimed responsibility...
    From that article: "Despite extensive speculation about the possible role of Al Qaeda in directing the attack, Mr. Abu Khattala is a local, small-time Islamist militant. He has no known connections to international terrorist groups".

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    elkpark, heron, herring_RN, and 2 others like this.

    Quote from MassED
    "revamped" was to SPEED up the process 8 years ago.
    Biometric, biographical, and military databases were added in 2008.

    Quote from MassED
    "those" who would implement improvements "are not aware of any more that can be added" - and who are they? How do you know what "they" are aware of? Do you represent these people?
    The director Homeland Security and the director of the FBI, both of testified before congress last December that there are no known additional measures that aren't already in the process. FBI Director James Comey Oversight Hearing | Video | C-SPAN.org

    Quote from MassED
    Stop writing nonsense not supported by anything. I have already written that there needs to BE A CHANGE (go back and re-read) and obviously WE are not those that will lead the change, but as I've already written (yawn) we need to change the current method because it is not working. Just because you repeat the same things, does not make your point or opinion any more true than it was at your last post.

    Do YOU think it is working? Do you think we have a method of closely vetting that is actually working? What would you suggest?
    You're insistent that there needs to be a change but have no idea what should be changed. I would agree, it's not up to you, it's up to our elected leaders, so what is Trump's idea for what needs to be changed? My suggestion would be to employ every possible way of vetting someone, repeatedly even, which is what we're already doing, and yes, I think it's working. You seem to be arguing more that we should just stop taking in refugees regardless of how they're vetted, which if that's your argument why hide behind the veil of systemic improvements that you can't name.

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    elkpark likes this.

    Quote from AndyB
    Why are you lying? S&P is stock related and your comment is below. Once again why do you keep lying?




    ""Feel free to admire Trump for being a businessman, but "brilliant" businessman is not accurate. Using the standard measure for business performance, the S&P 500, the portfolio Trump was given by his father has grown at a below average rate for US businesses. He would have more money now had he just invested it broadly in US businesses."

    Link: http://allnurses-breakroom.com/us-po...ml#post9159675


    Do tell us your version of what the S&P 500 is Muno.

    Are you saying turning 20 million divided by 3 other siblings AND THEIR CHILDREN and ending up with $10 billion is not exceptional? Really!! How pathetic.
    The S&P 500 is an index (something you can measure against) of median business growth over time, as measured by stock value.

    Had Trump simply invested his inheritance into the S&P 500 (had he allowed to grow at a typical rate of growth for a business, he would have about $10 billion more than he does now, in other words, his performance with his inheritance was below the typical growth average. Since 1988, the S&P 500 has grown 1,336%, so that's the measure of typical performance, businesses that could be called "brilliant" (greatly exceeding average) have grown their wealth many times that of the S&P 500, while Trump has lost money compared to the Index.

    He certainly deserves some credit for at least being in the mix as a major businessman, but "brilliant" clearly doesn't qualify.
    Donald Trump Would Be Richer If He Had Invested in Index Funds

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    elkpark and toomuchbaloney like this.

    Quote from AndyB
    You do realize I posted an IRS form 990 from 2014 that PROVES in 2014 The Clinton Foundation spent a hair under $91.3 million in 2014, the organization’s IRS filings show. But less than $5.2 million of that went to charitable grants.
    Large charities don't tend to give much of their funds away in the form of charitable grants, instead most of their money goes directly to charitable work they perform themselves.

    As a percentage of their funds, the amount that goes to direct charitable work (about 87%) is normal to above average, with only 12-13% overhead.

    Charity Navigator - Rating for The Clinton Foundation

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    toomuchbaloney likes this.

    Quote from AndyB
    "I would generally agree, but your premise is false, as it turns out what she told Chelsea wasn't true and what she (supposedly) told Patricia Smith was; according to the man we have in custody for leading the attack, it was based on the video, and the "Al Qaeda like group" Hillary told Chelsea about wasn't actually who organized the attack."

    Your desperation has reached new levels! Are you saying Hillary lied to her daughter?

    During a Sept. 12 phone call with then-Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Kandil Clinton said that the Benghazi attacks “had nothing to do with the film.”
    “You’re not kidding. Based on the information we saw today we believe that group that claimed responsibility for this is affiliated with al-Qaeda,” Kandil responded to Clinton during their chat.

    Yeah she told the family the truth but lied to her daughter and others! LOL!!
    "Lie" usually refers to saying something the person knows to be false, but yes, what she told her turned out not to be true. The day after the attack, the 12th, a group on par with Al Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attack, which is what she passed on in various conversations that day, but as it turned out the attack was organized and led by a man named Khatallah who by his own description and the those of others who witnessed the attack, the video played a role in triggering the attack.

    So yes, what she told Chelsea on the 12th in an email turned out not to be true, and it did turn out to be related to the video. Are you disputing that or are you just repeating what was said but adding "LOL"?

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    Quote from AndyB
    Why do you use a lot of words to say nothing?
    I'm aware that when presented with information that conflicts with what you want to believe that you manage to see "nothing", but I would really urge you to investigate information and base your views on what's accurate, not what's convenient.

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    I don't think it's all that complicated; if people are always leaving because it's a ****** place to work, then make it a less ****** place to work.

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    toomuchbaloney, heron, nursej22, and 1 other like this.

    Quote from mc3
    Because she lied straight to the victim's mother, that's why! Chelsea had more of a right to know the truth than the mother? Really?
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    I would generally agree, but your premise is false, as it turns out what she told Chelsea wasn't true and what she (supposedly) told Patricia Smith was; according to the man we have in custody for leading the attack, it was based on the video, and the "Al Qaeda like group" Hillary told Chelsea about wasn't actually who organized the attack.

    Ahmed Abu Khattala is currently awaiting trial in US court for organizing and leading the attack on the Benghazi compound. He has stated that the video at least in part triggered his plans and multiple witnesses on the night of the attack have stated that he referenced the video as the reason for the attack. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/18/wo...ault.html?_r=1

    Prior to her email to Chelsea, a terrorist group called Ansar al Sharia claimed responsibility, this is a group on par with Al Qaeda and is likely who Clinton was referring to, as it turned out this group as not actually involved.

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    Quote from tntrn
    Yes, it does. From someone in the campaign who was promptly fired. In any case, Trump did not start it.
    Unless that "someone in the Campaign" was Clinton then it doesn't actually appear to say it came from Clinton herself.


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