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  • #16
    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    All kidding aside ginger root liquid extract Klismaphilia is a presumptive condition covered by workers comp.

    The ones who need really need workers comp are Xray techs with Klismaphobia when presented with a 97 year old patient with no rectal tone what so ever for a barium enema. The resulting clean up is enough to scar one for life....no ginger roots were harmed in this announcement.
    Last edited by NOLA2005; 06-02-2018, 12:19 AM.
    "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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    • #17
      Originally posted by NOLA2005 View Post

      The ones who need really need workers comp are Xray techs with Klismaphobia when presented with a 97 year old patient with no rectal tone what so ever for a barium enema. The resulting clean up is enough to scar one for life....no ginger roots were harmed in this announcement.
      I was under the impression rectal tone was flatulence with reference to its pitch, quality, and strength.
      Next time spill contrast dye on the floor, say its radioactive isotope dye and let a fire hazmat crew clean it up. jk...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

        I was under the impression rectal tone was flatulence with reference to its pitch, quality, and strength.
        Next time spill contrast dye on the floor, say its radioactive isotope dye and let a fire hazmat crew clean it up. jk...

        ​​​​​​Yeah, I'd love if that were the case. Nothing says "WTF" like a pt who let's an enema out all over the table, walls, chairs, bathroom. In case like that, I am the Hazemat crew, hence the Klismaphobia...

        Last edited by NOLA2005; 06-02-2018, 12:59 AM. Reason: Cause i wanted to, so there!
        "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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        • PR723
          PR723 commented
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          Horizontal evacuations can put a kink in the day.. First, you have to remove the pt from the debris zone and hose them down before you tackle the contaminated wall, furniture and whatever dripped on to the floor. I'm always amazed at how there is absolutely no change in the pt's facial expression immediately before, during or after the event. When a pt says," I need to go to the bathroom", it always takes on a different meaning when it's followed by," The nurse gave me a laxative last night."
          Last edited by PR723; 06-02-2018, 11:37 AM.

      • #19
        Yesterday afternoon I grabbed a meal at a local mom and pop cafe that was almost empty. Some huge body-builder type came in and I noticed he was open carrying, which is legal here, but seldom seen. As he strutted by, I noticed his handgun did not have a magazine in it! I could not sneak a picture with my phone and didn't want to embarrass the guy by calling it to his attention.

        Maybe he'd just worked out and the loaded mag made it too heavy to comfortably carry....... or maybe the steroids made him forgetful. Who knows.......
        If your biggest work-related fear is getting a paper cut, don't try and tell a cop how to do his job.

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        • #20
          Originally posted by NOLA2005 View Post

          The ones who need really need workers comp are Xray techs with Klismaphobia when presented with a 97 year old patient with no rectal tone what so ever for a barium enema. The resulting clean up is enough to scar one for life....no ginger roots were harmed in this announcement.
          At least you’re not dealing with pediculois and or pthiriasis patients, that would be a WTF moment....

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          • #21
            Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

            At least you’re not dealing with pediculois and or pthiriasis patients, that would be a WTF moment....
            BTDT too, that's where the term "triple gloves" comes from.
            "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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            • #22
              Originally posted by delzo70 View Post
              Yesterday afternoon I grabbed a meal at a local mom and pop cafe that was almost empty. Some huge body-builder type came in and I noticed he was open carrying, which is legal here, but seldom seen. As he strutted by, I noticed his handgun did not have a magazine in it! I could not sneak a picture with my phone and didn't want to embarrass the guy by calling it to his attention.

              Maybe he'd just worked out and the loaded mag made it too heavy to comfortably carry....... or maybe the steroids made him forgetful. Who knows.......

              You know those people who don't carry one in the chamber for safety reasons? Maybe he was taking it one step further?!
              Last edited by NOLA2005; 06-02-2018, 12:23 PM.
              "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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              • #23
                is there really a need to carry around a shotgun :? beside drawing attention to oneself and causing others to think you are a maniac


                if you have to carry a shotgun around for the heck of it.. carry concealed? let see how long it will last.
                https://makeagif.com/gif/shotgun-hid...ication-7Kdbmn
                Be sure to smile for the cameras.....

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                • #24
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                  Originally posted by NOLA2005
                  Yeah, I'd love if that were the case. Nothing says "WTF" like a pt who let's an enema out all over the table, walls, chairs, bathroom. In case like that, I am the Hazemat crew, hence the Klismaphobia...
                  Originally posted by PR723
                  Horizontal evacuations can put a kink in the day.. First, you have to remove the pt from the debris zone and hose them down before you tackle the contaminated wall, furniture and whatever dripped on to the floor. I'm always amazed at how there is absolutely no change in the pt's facial expression immediately before, during or after the event. When a pt says," I need to go to the bathroom", it always takes on a different meaning when it's followed by," The nurse gave me a laxative last night."
                  This thread is starting to make me a bit queasy...and I've seen some nasty sh*t (literally and figuratively) over the years. I've had people take a crap in (and once ON) my cruiser...but fortunately never anything of such an explosive nature. I always assumed that being an x-ray tech was one of the "safer" options within the healthcare profession. I stand corrected.

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                  • PR723
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                    I can look back on this and laugh now....The first time this happened to me, I was walking a lady when her horizontal release occurred. She calmly stood there as she sprayed the side of her bed. Her daughter was mortified. When I returned to the clinic, I leaned my walker against the wall, pulled out gloves and a handful of Cavi-Wipes, sat down on one of the mats and started cleaning the bottom of my scrub pants and my shoes. Without saying a word, my co-workers sat at their desks and watched me. On the up side,she was my last pt of the day, it was Friday, and I wasn't on call that weekend. (G).

                    not. in.My.town,
                    It's close to dinner time, so I'll stop talking now.
                    Last edited by PR723; 06-03-2018, 12:33 AM.

                  • not.in.MY.town
                    not.in.MY.town commented
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                    PR723 Thanks. So much for enjoying my leftover chili...

                  • NOLA2005
                    NOLA2005 commented
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                    After one event, I had to go in the bathroom, take my scrub pants off and wash them with antibacterial soap. Rolled them up in a few towels, put it on the floor and stomped on it to get out as much water as possible. Put them right back on and went back to work, ahh fun times...

                • #25
                  Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post
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                  not.in.MY.town


                  This thread is starting to make me a bit queasy...and I've seen some nasty sh*t (literally and figuratively) over the years. I've had people take a crap in (and once ON) my cruiser...but fortunately never anything of such an explosive nature. I always assumed that being an x-ray tech was one of the "safer" options within the healthcare profession. I stand corrected.
                  not.in.MY.town, feeling queasy? Keep in mind the underground stems of the ginger plant commonly known as ginger roots are used for medicinal purposes. Ginger root suppositories are used to treat stomach aches, nausea, ED, and diarrhea.
                  Last edited by BTDT2; 06-02-2018, 03:07 PM.

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                  • #26
                    Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post
                    ​​​​​​



                    This thread is starting to make me a bit queasy...and I've seen some nasty sh*t (literally and figuratively) over the years. I've had people take a crap in (and once ON) my cruiser...but fortunately never anything of such an explosive nature. I always assumed that being an x-ray tech was one of the "safer" options within the healthcare profession. I stand corrected.

                    When I started xray school 33 years ago I had no clue. I thought all I had to do was take pics of bones. When introduced to Barium Enemas, I was like "WTF?! I'm not doing this crap!". But I'd
                    ​already paid for my nonrefundable tuition, books and uniforms.

                    Yeah, Radiology, where if you have an opening, we stick a tube in it. Heck even if you don't, we'll make one and stick a tube in it. It's been an interesting 33 years....
                    "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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                    • #27
                      Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

                      not.in.MY.town, feeling queasy? Keep in mind the underground stems of the ginger plant commonly known as ginger roots are used for medicinal purposes. Ginger root suppositories are used to treat stomach aches, nausea, ED, and diarrhea.
                      Ya know when I started this thread I had no idea how versatile ginger root was! Porn props, Real ID requirement, ER xray entertainment, ED remedy, stomach calmer, not to mention delicious addition to stir fries, is there anything it can't do? I mean WTF?!
                      "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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                      • #28
                        WFT this thread is going on 5 days and O’com’s most celebrated member and Guinness World Records book nominee for “most times banned” has not posted.
                        Last edited by BTDT2; 06-02-2018, 04:34 PM.

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                        • not.in.MY.town
                          not.in.MY.town commented
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                          I think this thread is much too vulgar for him.

                      • #29
                        Originally posted by NOLA2005 View Post

                        BTDT too, that's where the term "triple gloves" comes from.
                        There’s an old saying in law enforcement….. Having a rookie on your team is much better than triple gloves.


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                        • #30
                          Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

                          There’s an old saying in law enforcement….. Having a rookie on your team is much better than triple gloves.

                          Oh my goodness poor Pullet! Shall I send him a case of Sanitizer?
                          "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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                          • BTDT2
                            BTDT2 commented
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                            I think Pullet had more than enough SANI-tizer during this past year or so….
                            Last edited by BTDT2; 06-02-2018, 06:29 PM.

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