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(ABC 6 Providence)   Hospital employee stabbed while on break in Taunton. And you thought the break room smelled bad on the outside   (abc6.com) divider line
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2021-09-23 8:26:46 PM  
But it was lukewarm on the inside!
 
2021-09-23 8:34:50 PM  
Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.
 
2021-09-23 8:35:15 PM  

Lab Monkey: But it was lukewarm on the inside!



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2021-09-23 8:36:20 PM  
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FWIW this Star Wars universe short story collection  has a story in it from the point of view of Hans tauntan.
 
2021-09-23 8:37:52 PM  

Albert911emt: Lab Monkey: But it was lukewarm on the inside!


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Should we take this to mean it was also soft and downy?
 
2021-09-23 8:41:53 PM  
Return of the Tough Guy.
 
2021-09-23 8:45:06 PM  

azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.


Must be a nurse.
 
2021-09-23 8:47:39 PM  

namegoeshere: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

Must be a nurse.


Or her shiat employer didn't offer her a choice...
 
2021-09-23 8:48:43 PM  
Should have stood back.
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2021-09-23 8:52:31 PM  
I mean, if one is to get stabbed, at least get stabbed in a hospital where they can patch you right up.
 
2021-09-23 8:52:50 PM  

iheartscotch: namegoeshere: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

Must be a nurse.

Or her shiat employer didn't offer her a choice...


Never too late to consider an uprising.
 
2021-09-23 8:56:34 PM  
I feel that scene would have actually ended with luke freezing, and some very confused future archaeologists...
 
2021-09-23 9:02:34 PM  
That wampa mad
 
2021-09-23 9:02:50 PM  
Stop harming those who would help.

Like, really, stop that.
 
2021-09-23 9:04:40 PM  
Obviously salty about something
 
2021-09-23 9:15:15 PM  

azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.


She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.
 
2021-09-23 9:23:04 PM  

mrmopar5287: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.


I highly doubt workmans comp would get involved with a random attack off-premises off the clock... But hey, ya got to insinuate she's a drug user, so that's a win for you I guess
 
2021-09-23 9:40:16 PM  

One Size Fits Some: mrmopar5287: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.

I highly doubt workmans comp would get involved with a random attack off-premises off the clock... But hey, ya got to insinuate she's a drug user, so that's a win for you I guess


At my job, our contract states that breaks are paid time. You are "on the clock" but are given a 15-minute break for every 4 hours scheduled and should receive a third break if scheduled longer than 10 hours. Top level management (only the head boss or the deputy - it cannot be delegated lower) has the discretion to reduce, postpone or in rare instances eliminate rest breaks.

If it's paid, it's work time even if we are "on break." That means worker's comp applies.

Our meal breaks (30 minutes) are unpaid, and that's time where we are off the clock.
 
2021-09-23 9:41:01 PM  
Pleasant Street, in Taunton and ANY of the surrounding towns/cities, is NEVER Pleasant.  Whole part of MA could be nuked and nothing of value would be lost.
 
2021-09-23 9:41:59 PM  
It's September.  How cold can it be in Massachusetts??
 
2021-09-23 9:59:49 PM  
Charges should be attempted murder
 
2021-09-23 10:33:05 PM  
I'm sorry Subby, you really need to work on your material.
 
2021-09-23 11:31:35 PM  

information0verlo4d: iheartscotch: namegoeshere: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

Must be a nurse.

Or her shiat employer didn't offer her a choice...

Never too late to consider an uprising.


You can bet the hospital supervisors made her clock out for the time she was being treated so the they wouldn't have to provide workers comp or liability while clocked in. Bet she still had someone chasing her implying that she shouldn't have left the building during break and ask "What could you have done differently" to avoid getting stabbed, implying it is her fault and btw can you pick up Overtime this weekend...

/Nurse
//Worked in hospital 7 years, Psych inpatient and Psych ER.
///All assaults on nurses are illegal in the state, but also the nurses fault so that hospitals won't get fined for unsafe environments...
 
2021-09-23 11:55:04 PM  

the_rhino: Pleasant Street, in Taunton and ANY of the surrounding towns/cities, is NEVER Pleasant.  Whole part of MA could be nuked and nothing of value would be lost.


Hey now! My family is from Rhode Island and I used to live in Taunton and ... yeah, you're pretty correct on this one, yep.
 
2021-09-24 1:11:37 AM  

mrmopar5287: One Size Fits Some: mrmopar5287: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.

I highly doubt workmans comp would get involved with a random attack off-premises off the clock... But hey, ya got to insinuate she's a drug user, so that's a win for you I guess

At my job, our contract states that breaks are paid time. You are "on the clock" but are given a 15-minute break for every 4 hours scheduled and should receive a third break if scheduled longer than 10 hours. Top level management (only the head boss or the deputy - it cannot be delegated lower) has the discretion to reduce, postpone or in rare instances eliminate rest breaks.

If it's paid, it's work time even if we are "on break." That means worker's comp applies.

Our meal breaks (30 minutes) are unpaid, and that's time where we are off the clock.


Good point. Still seems like a bit of a dick supposition, though.
 
2021-09-24 2:01:10 AM  
The stabber is off for a psych eval.
 
2021-09-24 2:16:18 AM  

mrmopar5287: One Size Fits Some: mrmopar5287: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.

I highly doubt workmans comp would get involved with a random attack off-premises off the clock... But hey, ya got to insinuate she's a drug user, so that's a win for you I guess

At my job, our contract states that breaks are paid time. You are "on the clock" but are given a 15-minute break for every 4 hours scheduled and should receive a third break if scheduled longer than 10 hours. Top level management (only the head boss or the deputy - it cannot be delegated lower) has the discretion to reduce, postpone or in rare instances eliminate rest breaks.

If it's paid, it's work time even if we are "on break." That means worker's comp applies.

Our meal breaks (30 minutes) are unpaid, and that's time where we are off the clock.


Why would they drug test her?
 
2021-09-24 9:21:32 AM  

saturn badger: mrmopar5287: One Size Fits Some: mrmopar5287: azbubba: Tough woman to get stabbed, stitched up, and still finishes her shift.

She probably thought if she file a workman's comp claim they'd drug test her. That's why she finished her shift.

I highly doubt workmans comp would get involved with a random attack off-premises off the clock... But hey, ya got to insinuate she's a drug user, so that's a win for you I guess

At my job, our contract states that breaks are paid time. You are "on the clock" but are given a 15-minute break for every 4 hours scheduled and should receive a third break if scheduled longer than 10 hours. Top level management (only the head boss or the deputy - it cannot be delegated lower) has the discretion to reduce, postpone or in rare instances eliminate rest breaks.

If it's paid, it's work time even if we are "on break." That means worker's comp applies.

Our meal breaks (30 minutes) are unpaid, and that's time where we are off the clock.

Why would they drug test her?


SOP for any/all workplace accidents with substantial injury.
 
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