1/15 When my nurse (a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) accidentally gave my patient a lower dose of anesthesia during a heart surgery I was performing and the patient opened his eyes and screamed during the operation so we had to stop it... Scary shit.
1/24 We ran out of medium sized fountain drink cups at the place I work at, so we were giving out large ones instead for the price of a medium. A lady flipped out and demanded that she get the drink for free since it wasn't the size that she wanted.
5/27 The name House is also a nod to the medical acronym HOUSE (History Of USE) used to denote when a patient has a history of drug use or addiction. 6/27 The show's production company, Bad Hat Harry Productions, is a reference to the Jaws quote: "That's some bad hat, Harry."
6. "I bake great cakes and will share if you give me this job." It was for a mortgage banking position. angelica1883 7. Used to be a manager of a retail games chain, and you would be surprised at how many people actually put down their gaming achievements on their resume.
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1. A beer wave of 388,000 gallons flooded London in 1814 after a huge vat erupted. 2. Amsterdam pays alcoholics beer to clean streets: 5 cans of beer, €10, and a pack of cigarettes for a day's work. 3. At any given time 0.7% of the world's population is drunk, so there are approximately 50 million people drunk right now.
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