Author: Rick |
July 12, 2012 |
In: Dirty Friday, High-Res, Randomness
Category: Dirty Friday, High-Res, Randomness
I really want to see what happened to #21 after it landed. #33
#24 #41 I could watch all day
#1 #17 #33 #41 Oh so very dirty.
I was really hoping to find some kind of series to #23. No luck.
PRETTY SURE YOU CAN SEE HER SNOOCH.
#33 center console had the same reaction i did
What the hell is that on the front axle on #3? Is that a brake rotor?
yes that is a brake rotor, those axles are rockwell 2 1/2 ton axles they work by slowing down the gears inside instead of at the wheels
its a pinion brake
I've been to that laundromat. That is Cook's Clean Center in Blacksburg, VA. Go Hokies! She's even got maroon underpants😉
#3 Rockwells. For when you snap Dana 60's like twigs.
#8 It's a hay rake. What's so special about it other than it being bigger than most hay rakes?
#9 PPIHC is on my bucket list.
I've personally never seen one at a light?
#33 OHH HELL YEA!!!
I don’t think so, generally, but there diitnfeely is a faction of nurses who believe that the minimum preparation required for an RN should be a bachelor’s degree. Employers prefer BSN grads in many settings, but with the current nursing shortage only expected to get worse, I don’t see how any employer is going to be able to hold out and only hire BSN grads.In the workplace, it’s not like I go around asking my coworkers what level of education they have. We’re all RNs. We all have our strengths and weaknesses in our practice regardless of our education level. I have seen many BSN nurses who don’t use the extra knowledge they gained and are simply not good nurses, while there are many ADN nurses who are far more efficient and knowledgable and better critical thinkers than some of the BSN RNs. Sure, having the extra education should in theory make you a better nurse, but that’s not always how it works as I have seen firsthand on many occassions.I personally don’t judge nurses and their competence based on their education. I base my judgements on how they practice.
#12 I hate driving behind these guys.
#1, #5, #29, #30, #41 – The engineering that had to go into these….I love it!!.😀
(Fort Wayne, Indiana) All across the United States, retgeiersd nurses are being saluted. On May 6, 2012, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. Zeta Eta Chapter is joining the American Nurses Association in celebrating Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring, as part of National Nurses Week, which is held May 6-12, every year. The purpose of the week long celebration is to raise awareness of the value of nursing and help educate the public about the role nurses play in meeting the health care needs of the American people.In honor of the dedication, commitment, and tireless effort of the nearly 3.1 million retgeiersd nurses nationwide to promote and maintain the health of this nation, the ANA and Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. are proud to recognize retgeiersd nurses everywhere for the quality work they provide seven days a week, 365 days a year.Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Zeta Eta Chapter, kicked off National Nurses Week on Saturday, May 5, 2012 by hosting a luncheon which celebrated the fashions and programs of First Lady Michelle Obama in the Crown dining room at Kingston Care Center, presenting information on women’s heart health – Go Red for Women, and recognizing nurses in the community for excellence in Advocating, Leading, Caring which exemplify this year’s theme for National Nurses Week. Carmen Moore BSN, RN, community health nurse consultant for Parkview Community Health Improvement, received recognition for Advocating. Phyllis Bragg MSN, FNP, RN, interim director of nursing for MedTech College and Jernice Watson RN, BS, MBA Perioperative Nurse Manager for VA Northern Indiana Health Care System received recognition for Leading. Tamela Guyton, MSN, FNP, RN, nurse practitioner Parkview Physicians Group Auburn, received recognition for Caring.Chi Eta Phi sorority, an organization of professional nurses, advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice and mentoring new nurses. Tracie Jones BSN, RN, December graduate of St. Francis University, currently employed at University Hospital IU Health Systems and Alexandria Lightning BSN, to be graduated May 9 from IPFW, received recognition for Future Leaders.Annually, National Nurses Week begins on May 6, marked as RN Recognition Day, and ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modern profession. Chi Eta Phi Sorority will end National Nurses Week with a private cake and punch reception on Saturday, May 12.
#41 Showtime indeed.
Depending on how much you want to spend there are some good options. Remember that plpeoe are more than their occupations, meaning that nurses and doctors are probably tired of receiving stuffed bears, figurines, mugs or anything else with medical insignia on it (the same way teachers hate getting coffee mugs filled with candy and porcelain apples). The food idea is great. If you want to go a step beyond a platter, see if a nearby restaurant can provide a few buffet dishes that can be left in the floor’s break room. The items should be easy to eat on the run, but it might be nice to deviate from the normal sandwiches.Ask one of the nurses if it would be appropriate for you to hire a masseuse for 2-3 hours to be in the break room giving out 10-minute massages to plpeoe on their break. Ask one of the nurses where/ if they hangout after work. Maybe you can sponsor a happy hour for them to unwind at a local bar. If you want to give individual gifts maybe a pair of movie ticket vouchers per person would be appropriate, or for a bigger gift couple it with a gift certificate to a restaurant. Or- get gift certificate to blockbuster and write a personal note encouraging them to relax and have a blockbuster night .
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