the adventures of a veteran nurse in an inner city ER
I wonder how many of them would feel the same way after practicing in the hospital setting for about 5 years.
THOUGH IT DOESN'T SEEM EFFECTIVE OR PRACTICAL, IT CONTINUES TO BRING MEDIA ATTENTION TO THE ISSUES AT HAND. IT TAKES PERSEVERANCE TO KEEP THESE CONCERNS IN MEDIA'S LIGHT. THOUGH MEDIA OFTEN MANIPULATES THESE IMAGES; IT DOES BEGIN TO IMPLANT THE THOUGHT AND CRITICAL REFLECTION AMONG THE DE-POLITICIZED MASS.
Unbelievable. They all need to get their asses back in class, back in the books, hope their program director doesn't catch wind of their sniveling.....uh, sorry....protesting, and send them on their merry way. Like any of the PDs would have the fortitude.This whole protester mindset is becoming way too pervasive...getting close to out of hand. People that don't want trouble with cops should just avoid breaking laws, even petty ones. People who want to loot....uh, sorry....protest, should get jobs or hobbies. Peace out people. Scott
Well said Scott. And since none of these people were ar the scene of the crime or on the jury, I am not interested in their opinion.
And now they want extra time for their finals, or to be able to take an incomplete, because they were out of class protesting. The sense entitlement is mind-boggling.
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