Friday, September 22, 2006

If You Fire Them, They Won't Come

LSU is now having the same problem staffing University Hospital as the Recovery School District had filling teaching positions--after firing over 2600 people, LSU cannot seem to find enough nurses, technicians, etc. to properly re-staff and re-open University. The hospital has staff for about 60 beds, the CEO says.

















4 Comments:

Blogger brownfemipower said...

what a bunch of assholes!!!!!!!!!! OMG!?!?!?!

And I love the shoe--you are cracking me up!!!

Fri Sep 22, 03:17:00 PM  
Blogger Professor Zero said...

And they are actually surprised to find that their actions in the recent past have consequences now.

Fri Sep 22, 04:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Karen said...

I am going to start sputtering! Could it get worse? Can the powers that be drive this thing into the ground? YES! Why, if they can run an emergency room in a flooded out MALL ! Can they not reopen Charity with trauma services? Why??

Sat Sep 23, 11:21:00 AM  
Blogger ChasingMoksha said...

Coincidently, I had to look up “improvident” the other day to get the full meaning, here are the results:


im‧prov‧i‧dent  ɪmˈprɒv ɪ dənt - Show Spelled Pronunciation[im-prov-i-duh nt] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–adjective
1. not provident; lacking foresight; incautious; unwary.
2. neglecting to provide for future needs.
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[Origin: 1505–15; IM-2 + PROVIDENT]

—Related forms
im‧prov‧i‧dence, noun
im‧prov‧i‧dent‧ly, adverb

—Synonyms 1. thoughtless, careless, imprudent, heedless. 2. shiftless, thriftless, unthrifty, wasteful, prodigal.
—Antonyms 1. prudent. 2. economical.
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im•prov•i•dent ( m-pr v -d nt) Pronunciation Key
adj.
1. Not providing for the future; thriftless.
2. Rash; incautious.

im•prov i•dence n.
im•prov i•dent•ly adv.


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improvident
adj 1: not provident; not providing for the future [ant: provident] 2: not given careful consideration; "ill-considered actions often result in disaster"; "an ill-judged attempt" [syn: ill-considered, ill-judged, shortsighted]
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Sat Sep 23, 02:36:00 PM  

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