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San Jacinto College ADN Fall 2009

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You are reading page 69 of San Jacinto College ADN Fall 2009. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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aww. yes i do know him. not good friends with him, but

i used to hang out with him, dustin losier, and nick mercantel.

and corey boudreaux as well. haha!

a while back!

it is a small world, definitely.

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I read chapter one in the health assesment book, boring! I almost feel asleep man. I also live in League City so it takes me about 20 minutes to get there, not that bad if I think about the BSN programs how far away the med center is.

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It's definitely not...stimulating in the beginning. Hopefully when they get around to mentioning the actual assessing, it'll pick up. I agree with you though.

Where at in League City do you live? I live near League City EMS and I go down 146 to Red Bluff to get to the college. Seabrook is where my problem is because the speed limit is 30 (or 35, can't remember) and traffic can be bipolar depending on what day it is.

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I live next to clear creek high school. I found it easier to take egret bay to bay area then red bluff. I don't like messing with 146 because of the kemah and seabrook traffic. If I can do 45 down bay area until red bluff 55 I'm fine with that. I used to take space center but that road is ridiculous.

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I don't think I've ever gone that way. Seems like a good idea too.

Who am I kidding? I'm so set in my ways that it'd practically be blasphemy to change my route now, even if it is faster : D

Space Center is pretty ridiculous. Felt like a roller coaster, without the fun : /

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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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Space Center and Red Bluff are notorious for flooding. So hopefully we won't have a downpour like we did in April.

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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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MRSA, Staphlococus aureus correct? Well I read the article just to make sure.

I'm willing to give my scan trons to those of you who have orientation in the afternoon.

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Meliss214 specializes in day surgery.

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Nope, streptococus pyogenes. How sad!

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About orientation on Monday is it in the Health building or CADM building like foundations? I still don't have it up on Blackboard, it's driving me nuts.

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If I read it right, he got it from a scrape on his knee. That's ridiculously scary.

Zippidy, orientation for assessment is in the health science building in room 231. That's for both AM and PM classes.

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