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[#] Mon Jul 17 2017 10:20:03 EDT from kc5tja

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No, it didn't. But, what does it matter, right? My sister's still dead.
Dr. moved to a different area of practice, and nurse had been thoroughly disbarred/decertified AND banned from ever practicing medically again. Nobody walked out of that court room a winner.

[#] Mon Jul 17 2017 15:58:20 EDT from kc5tja

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I just want to slap this old guy across the face every time I post something on Twitter, and he specifically tweets something just to one-up me. It's like, c'mon man.

But then, I remember that he *is* an old man, and that informs his worldview and behavioral patterns.

That doesn't mean I can't still rant about him here though.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 10:08:58 EDT from fleeb

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Yeah, that's the thing that sucks.

My partner's brother died young as well, leaving behind a son and a bit of a legal mess. For him, it was straight-forward cancer, without a dirty knife pointing to someone who should have known better.

And yet, it's the same result. Great guy who isn't around anymore, and I miss him. I guess the only advantage is not having the bitterness of humanity's stupidity involved, so I don't have that extra baggage.

[#] Wed Jul 19 2017 22:27:24 EDT from zooer

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Now everything in the hospital is done on the computer, all reports, order and what not must be entered, logged and NOTHING moves forward until the doctor hits "submit"  When my mother was working the doctor signed the paperwork at the nurses station and spoke with the nurse.  Now the nurse, or any other doctors do not have any information until the doctor takes the time to submit.  Good for accountability, bad for the waiting patient. 

My mother that went to Urgent Care a week ago, has been in the hospital since Friday.  Very long story, but nothing moves... and that nothing moves even slower on a weekend.

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 08:44:19 EDT from wizard of aahz

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fleeb - Is this Melvin's brother that I met at the airport many, many moons ago?

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 12:30:47 EDT from fleeb

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Did you meet his brother, Aahz? I don't recall that.

But, yes, his brother died about three years ago. That is indeed the person of whom I speak.

Not to take anything away from k's sister, though. These sorts of things suck for everyone.

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 12:53:58 EDT from wizard of aahz

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Yes. I grabbed him from the airport and drove him to his house (Was it their grandmother's house??) Lived right by a NY airport on Long Island..

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 13:19:59 EDT from fleeb

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Ohhhh, no, I remember that now, I think.

You drove Girthta's then-husband (now ex-husband) to his grandmother's house on Long Island.

At least, that's who I think that was.

Melvin/Robert's grandmother died long ago, and owned no property in Long Island. Their other grandmother owned property in Shady Side, but she died a while ago, too, and Melvin has ownership of that now.

But I do remember Girthta's now-ex-husband having visited his grandmother there.

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 13:33:57 EDT from wizard of aahz

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Ahhhh. That would be it.. Thank you.. THere was someone in your family. That's what was in my head. That and I'd do just about anything for Melvin. <GRIN> He puts up with you.

[#] Thu Jul 20 2017 14:16:24 EDT from fleeb

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He is amazing that way, yes. He's too good a person for me, but I'm thankful he's there.

[#] Fri Jul 21 2017 14:36:50 EDT from LoanShark

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Code Monkey get up get coffee
Code Monkey go to job
Code Monkey have boring meeting
With boring manager Rob
Rob say Code Monkey very diligent
But his output stink
His code not "functional" or "elegant"
What do Code Monkey think?
Code Monkey think maybe manager want to write god damned login page himself
Code Monkey not say it out loud
Code Monkey not crazy, just proud

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 00:02:27 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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With the understanding that this question does not in any way diminish my sympathy for your loss...

How does a dropped scalpel have any significant impact on the surgery for a post-rupture appendectomy?  Isn't the entire environment septic to begin with?

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 11:47:09 EDT from wizard of aahz

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Different bacterium...

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 12:21:51 EDT from kc5tja

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If the scalpal hadn't been dropped, the nurse wouldn't have wiped it on her gown before handing it to the doctor. Investigation shows it was the wiping-on-the-gown action that caused the scalpal to pick up staph bacteria which ultimately killed my sister.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 12:53:26 EDT from fleeb

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[#] Mon Apr 23 2018 14:31:23 EDT from LoanShark <>

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HomeBrew, why the hell are you compiling python3 from source?!?

[#] Wed Jul 18 2018 15:02:27 EDT from kc5tja

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I literally PINE for the days before Javascript. I would so much rather deal with Tcl and Perl than this piece of shit language. And with Node.js completely and utterly failing to install properly for me, I'm about to just quit this job all-together and say "Go hire some tech-bro off the streets of San Francisco if you want Node support."

Sorry, did I say that out loud?

[#] Thu Jul 19 2018 10:19:29 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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No, you typed it into a computer.

[#] Tue Jul 24 2018 14:41:45 EDT from fleeb <>

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(Well, he *might* have said it out loud.)

[#] Tue Jul 24 2018 14:42:57 EDT from fleeb <>

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I managed to get Node.js working on Windows and Linux via npm without too many issues.

That I got it to work in Windows feels like a minor miracle.

I don't think I'd try to make it work without something like npm to deal with the installation for me, though.

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