Ambitwistor: The park was intentionally designed to have a bit of an unkempt or "natural" look to it.
BronyMedic: SnyderCat: I had a heart attack last night. The side door works for me when appropriate.Thank you, sir. :)I was referring to the manager, allegedly according to the article, forcing the crew to use a side door out of the way to keep from "inconviencing guests". That's douchy.You had a heart attack?Oh, god. I'm sorry for being snarky with you. How are you doing?
Ambitwistor: poot_rootbeer: Joe Peanut: It may look a bit meh from the outside, but the inside and the views are outstanding.You do realize that's a view of New Jersey, right?I don't know, why don't you ask Lollipop165?
bahamasorbust: BronyMedic: SnyderCat: Oh no...not the side door.I told YOU you could use the front door how many times?I know you aren't deaf.*sigh*Questions to answer: A: Is the side door required for access to that patient, or for safety reasons. B. Are you getting between me and my patient. C. Does that patient have an emergency medical condition which requires immediate assessment and management?Solution: Please move. I will take the safest, most expeditious route available. Please move, or Officer Friendly will be happy to assist you in moving./Fun fact: In most states, obstructing an EMT or Paramedic in the performance of their duties, or delaying their care of a patient, is a misderminors. In some, like Tennessee, it's a felony.//Fun Fact 2: Delaying the care of a patient due to the obstruction of an EMT/Paramedic also makes you civilly liable for any harm that can be proven as a direct result of your delay of care.//Fun Fact 3: Some things you never do. You don't put baby into a corner. You don't play Russian Roulette with a Semi-Auto. You don't get between a prehospital care provider and their patient. We're pretty fierce patient advocates.Don't be so dramatic. All the information in the article is coming from the plaintiff's lawsuit, so we don't really know where the truth lies. There have been countless times in my career where the facility staff has recommended a side entrance to get to a patient - typically because it is more efficient. Also, she already had the baby in this instance, so even if the reason was to "not bother guests," a short delay (if there even was one) would not likely have any negative impact on these patients. Is it right? No, but even if we take the plaintiff at face value, she would have to show that there was harm caused by the delay of using the side entrance and that information is not present in the Daily Mail article.
SnyderCat: I'm okay. I just have a major problem with arrhythmia and the 2 attempted rapes and 2 assaults in the past 4 days haven't helped me much. I am doing better. Thanks.*hugs*Thanks, bro.Love you.
SnyderCat: Drama is my middle name....or Assassinbiatch....
BronyMedic: SnyderCat: I'm okay. I just have a major problem with arrhythmia and the 2 attempted rapes and 2 assaults in the past 4 days haven't helped me much. I am doing better. Thanks.*hugs*Thanks, bro.Love you.Dear god. That's the saddest thing I've read since Bryan's Song.[upload.wikimedia.org image 240x350]SnyderCat: Drama is my middle name....or Assassinbiatch....Someone's been playing Assassins Creed 3. You lucky bastard, you./seriously, if so, jealous. Broke till payday.
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