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Joined Feb 11, '12. Posts: 24 (63% Liked) Likes: 56

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  • Sep 11
  • Sep 9

    I'm hoping you got paid for all that time as well.

  • Sep 8

    It amazes me how unprepared people are in general. I live in an earthquake zone so the best I can prepare for is to make sure my family has food, water, and defense. But given how cheap the building I work in is it's likely that it'll be gone when I show up for work.

  • Sep 8

    It amazes me how unprepared people are in general. I live in an earthquake zone so the best I can prepare for is to make sure my family has food, water, and defense. But given how cheap the building I work in is it's likely that it'll be gone when I show up for work.

  • Sep 8

    It amazes me how unprepared people are in general. I live in an earthquake zone so the best I can prepare for is to make sure my family has food, water, and defense. But given how cheap the building I work in is it's likely that it'll be gone when I show up for work.

  • Aug 19

    Quote from lilybug12
    Im am so sad to see so many atheists. I too wish everyone could feel the peace I know. the very reason I became a nurse was to share the good news. I will not push it on you , but I will share and I will pray for you.and if asked I would lead prayer.
    Typical arrogance wrapped in empathy. If you became a nurse to "share the good news" (code for preaching) then you got in for the wrong reason. Atheists feel peace in knowing (not believing) that the atoms that make up our bodies came from an exploding star. I find peace in knowing that everything is connected atomically and on this planet biologically for millions of years. The one thing I felt for the first time when I could admit to myself I am an atheist is peace.

  • Feb 28

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 18

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 16

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 16

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.

  • Feb 15

    I've found that facilities with overly complicated safety systems make failure more possible. We all make errors of some type. However, I think fatigue and the lack of breaks at most hospitals contribute more than anything to errors.



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