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Old 03-17-2013, 11:25 PM   #129631
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I'm not even sure I understand this lol.

15 pages left of the book I have to write a paper on for tomorrow, should've read it when it was assigned. My brain hurts of 8+ hours and ~400 pages of reading+notes.
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I'm not even sure I understand this lol.

15 pages left of the book I have to write a paper on for tomorrow, should've read it when it was assigned. My brain hurts of 8+ hours and ~400 pages of reading+notes.
And so you're on WF hoping for what? Inspiration? Subject material? I can help but it might get you a straightjacket in a rubber room and some thorazine.
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And so you're on WF hoping for what? Inspiration? Subject material? I can help but it might get you a straightjacket in a rubber room and some thorazine.
I'm just trying to get away from my reading for a bit, although it's not a bad read lol.
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I'm just trying to get away from my reading for a bit, although it's not a bad read lol.
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Missed you mate. And I've been bitching about the same thing on the same page.

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I'm just trying to get away from my reading for a bit, although it's not a bad read lol.
What is it? Sometimes I think I've read everything there is to read except I can't get into Neitzche for some reason...or Ayn Rand.
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Dustin, if you're reading this- sorry, but... GAWD I FU(KING HATE PARAMEDICS.....
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Some semi-fictional novel The Tortilla Curtain. Not bad if it was just reading, but I'm pretty tired of analyzing a single character lol.

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Missed you mate. And I've been bitching about the same thing on the same page.

What is it? Sometimes I think I've read everything there is to read except I can't get into Neitzche for some reason...or Ayn Rand.
I would read Neitzche over this any time. I enjoyed my philosophy course, and As the whole semester in all my papers,this assignment is boring, the analysis of ONE character shoot me!
Also doesn't help that I should've done the reading or started it 8 weeks ago instead of the day before lol
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Notice how he still isn't saying what he was right about?
Hey man! How are you doing?

I noticed as well.... Now I'm especially curious....

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Some semi-fictional novel The Tortilla Curtain. Not bad if it was just reading, but I'm pretty tired of analyzing a single character lol.



I would read Neitzche over this any time. I enjoyed my philosophy course, and As the whole semester in all my papers,this assignment is boring, the analysis of ONE character shoot me!
Also doesn't help that I should've done the reading or started it 8 weeks ago instead of the day before lol
I'm into historical/non fiction mystery, techno thrillers, SciFi & Fantasy of course, and Southwest Indian mysteries.
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Hey man! How are you doing?

I noticed as well.... Now I'm especially curious....

Welcome back, Phil!!!
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I'm into scifi, can't say how many times I've read The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Hitchhikers Guide. And really into f. Scott Fitzgeralds work, man knew how to write.
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They do little to no good, and in most cases hinder, situations that require someone to ACTUALLY THINK. All they do is bullrush into situations and like they're god or something. They're pushy, they act like they know everything, inconsiderate and overall the scum of the medical field in my opinion. Seriously - every code I go to they do the same thing - whether it's for a medical emergency or an unruly Psych. pt. they just pucsh past the staff that are actually taking care of the pt., whether the situation has gotten under control or not, and do their own thing. I don't even think they actually want to help in most cases - they just want the "rush." It does no good for the pts. - unless on the off chance that they actually manage to save a life - which in most cases ends up being up to the nurses after they (the paramedics) f-up the situation even more.

They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...
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I just walked into some kids room and his Elmo doll started screaming at me. I almost died. Scariest thing of life. My kids will never have Elmo's.
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I'm into scifi, can't say how many times I've read The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Hitchhikers Guide. And really into f. Scott Fitzgeralds work, man knew how to write.
Okay, a task old boy. Go forth to a bookstore..used or new. There is an author, Terry Pratchett. He writes..well, initially it was simply a british fantasy of satire, like Hitchhikers Guide to the G. As he's gotten older his novels have gotten incredibly cerebral with a philosophical and moralistic bent still based in Fantasy satire. I'd suggest starting with Men at Arms or Guards! Guards. Also, on Netflix two of his novels have been made into movies. One is "Hogfather" a satire on Christmas, the other is "Going Postal", check them out and you will be amazed at who the actors are.
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Im dying from laughing so hard.
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They do little to no good, and in most cases hinder, situations that require someone to ACTUALLY THINK. All they do is bullrush into situations and like they're god or something. They're pushy, they act like they know everything, inconsiderate and overall the scum of the medical field in my opinion. Seriously - every code I go to they do the same thing - whether it's for a medical emergency or an unruly Psych. pt. they just pucsh past the staff that are actually taking care of the pt., whether the situation has gotten under control or not, and do their own thing. I don't even think they actually want to help in most cases - they just want the "rush." It does no good for the pts. - unless on the off chance that they actually manage to save a life - which in most cases ends up being up to the nurses after they (the paramedics) f-up the situation even more.

They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...
I'll just add this - in my almost 4 years working at a Hospital I've NEVER seen a Paramedic actually HELP while INSIDE the Hospital....
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They do little to no good, and in most cases hinder, situations that require someone to ACTUALLY THINK. All they do is bullrush into situations and like they're god or something. They're pushy, they act like they know everything, inconsiderate and overall the scum of the medical field in my opinion. Seriously - every code I go to they do the same thing - whether it's for a medical emergency or an unruly Psych. pt. they just pucsh past the staff that are actually taking care of the pt., whether the situation has gotten under control or not, and do their own thing. I don't even think they actually want to help in most cases - they just want the "rush." It does no good for the pts. - unless on the off chance that they actually manage to save a life - which in most cases ends up being up to the nurses after they (the paramedics) f-up the situation even more.

They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...
I understand what you are saying if they are underfoot once the patient is handed over to you. As for REAL professionals I would caution you against arrogance. I am 35 miles from the nearest hospital. The nearest EMT is still 7 miles away and there is a large population of elderly people and they are all we have. Also EMTs around here at least are volunteers with little or no pay, like volunteer firemen. So, just in their defense, not all EMTs are underfoot like those in the big city. Out here we need them. And the Dr.s here know they have a captive audience and in the smaller towns most of them are assholes.
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Im dying from laughing so hard.
I mean, sorry this happened, are you ok?

Still pretty shaken up by the situation but I think ill manage. Went in his dark room to chart his ventilator he was sleeping then all of a sudden "ELMO LOVES YOU COME AND PLAY" omg I almost died his voice is so creepy and his big googly eyes.
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They do little to no good, and in most cases hinder, situations that require someone to ACTUALLY THINK. All they do is bullrush into situations and like they're god or something. They're pushy, they act like they know everything, inconsiderate and overall the scum of the medical field in my opinion. Seriously - every code I go to they do the same thing - whether it's for a medical emergency or an unruly Psych. pt. they just pucsh past the staff that are actually taking care of the pt., whether the situation has gotten under control or not, and do their own thing. I don't even think they actually want to help in most cases - they just want the "rush." It does no good for the pts. - unless on the off chance that they actually manage to save a life - which in most cases ends up being up to the nurses after they (the paramedics) f-up the situation even more.

They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...
Sounds like you need to tase a mofo!

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Seriously you have nothing to worry about, you're too old and the wrong gender.
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They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...

Our EMS has brought in a pt that was coding with no IV, EKG, intubated, ....nothing
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As an EMT of 7 years (3 years of in-hospital work, too), why are you letting the medics get up in your space? When we dropped off patients, we moved them to the hospital bed, gave a quick report to whomever wanted to listen, then peaced out the door and out of the way. Unless you're doing compressions and can use the extra muscle, they're really of no use to anyone in the ER.


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They do little to no good, and in most cases hinder, situations that require someone to ACTUALLY THINK. All they do is bullrush into situations and like they're god or something. They're pushy, they act like they know everything, inconsiderate and overall the scum of the medical field in my opinion. Seriously - every code I go to they do the same thing - whether it's for a medical emergency or an unruly Psych. pt. they just pucsh past the staff that are actually taking care of the pt., whether the situation has gotten under control or not, and do their own thing. I don't even think they actually want to help in most cases - they just want the "rush." It does no good for the pts. - unless on the off chance that they actually manage to save a life - which in most cases ends up being up to the nurses after they (the paramedics) f-up the situation even more.

They just need to stay in their ambulance bay and let the people that actually know what they're doing take care of things....

DISCALIMER - I know this is a skewed perception of paramedics and not all of what I've said is true in all cases - but I'd also be willing to be that at least part of what I just typed describes 90% of this nations paramedics. I guess they're good for keeping people alive until the REAL professionals can take care of it...
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I understand what you are saying if they are underfoot once the patient is handed over to you. As for REAL professionals I would caution you against arrogance. I am 35 miles from the nearest hospital. The nearest EMT is still 7 miles away and there is a large population of elderly people and they are all we have. Also EMTs around here at least are volunteers with little or no pay, like volunteer firemen. So, just in their defense, not all EMTs are underfoot like those in the big city. Out here we need them. And the Dr.s here know they have a captive audience and in the smaller towns most of them are assholes.
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Seriously you have nothing to worry about, you're too old and the wrong gender.
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Our EMS has brought in a pt that was coding with no IV, EKG, intubated, ....nothing
Wow.... I apparently came back at the wrong time....

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Okay, a task old boy. Go forth to a bookstore..used or new. There is an author, Terry Pratchett. He writes..well, initially it was simply a british fantasy of satire, like Hitchhikers Guide to the G. As he's gotten older his novels have gotten incredibly cerebral with a philosophical and moralistic bent still based in Fantasy satire. I'd suggest starting with Men at Arms or Guards! Guards. Also, on Netflix two of his novels have been made into movies. One is "Hogfather" a satire on Christmas, the other is "Going Postal", check them out and you will be amazed at who the actors are.
Got it, I'll check him out, I'm sure I can find the books for cheap on half.com. And I'll look into the movies I needed a new read(for personal reading not class).
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Still pretty shaken up by the situation but I think ill manage. Went in his dark room to chart his ventilator he was sleeping then all of a sudden "ELMO LOVES YOU COME AND PLAY" omg I almost died his voice is so creepy and his big googly eyes.
Ok I'm tearing up, I am so sorry but that is hilarious.

On the other hand though, that's pretty damn creepy. Like a clown sitting in a dark room, f that.
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I understand what you are saying if they are underfoot once the patient is handed over to you. As for REAL professionals I would caution you against arrogance. I am 35 miles from the nearest hospital. The nearest EMT is still 7 miles away and there is a large population of elderly people and they are all we have. Also EMTs around here at least are volunteers with little or no pay, like volunteer firemen. So, just in their defense, not all EMTs are underfoot like those in the big city. Out here we need them. And the Dr.s here know they have a captive audience and in the smaller towns most of them are assholes.
Haha! It's ironic you brought that up - I quoted myself and then somewhat replied to myself about it. I can understand your situation - though I would consider the volunteers a totally different sitation than the ones that get paid. Totally different respect and mild admiration - I've had friends with parents that did that stuff and they were awesome - but they knew their place and their boundaries.

And as for the arrogance - I never said I was a REAL professional. Never any arrogance intended.
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