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the smelly black girl forgot her shirt, and the ESL kids broke out in a synchronized dance routine. black girl started whispering my name when I was done the lecture, so I called her out. Ended up denying it and then giggling about it.

I don't have the patience for this shit. I have kids at home, I need my patience for them, not you.

the smelly black girl forgot her shirt, and the ESL kids broke out in a synchronized dance routine. black girl started whispering my name when I was done the lecture, so I called her out. Ended up denying it and then giggling about it. I don't have the patience for this shit. I have kids at home, I need my patience for them, not you.

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[–] Ambrosial_Plumes 3 points (+3|-0)

And you probably can't do a thing about it. I wanted to be a teacher, was talked out of it by a teacher and ended up in healthcare. Another field where you work your arse off, put up with pure shite and get paid a pittance.

[–] IsThisUsernameTaken 2 points (+2|-0)

The thing is, Im a student. Not a teacher. Im studying Paralegal (my work is paying for me to do it).

Im only teaching because im considered a 'Team Leader'. So im helping the team i was assigned to help out

I stepped down 2 weeks ago but my replacement just left and didnt tell anyone and im too nice of a person to leave my group hanging.

Also im nominated for Valedictorian and this is whatll 'close the deal' for me. I find out in December if this shit is worth it.

[–] InnocentBystander 2 points (+2|-0)

Working in healthcare can be nice in some settings, it seems. A private practice looks ok, and research can be a good environment, if a bit boring.

But hospitals, omg, the angels that work there deserve more praise than they usually get. I had to spend a couple months in the hospital a while back. I can not belive the shit they had to put up with. Some of the other patients were horrible to them. But they all stayed professional, and they were very kind and nice to me and others, despite the shit they had to deal with.

I've always respected nurses and other medical professionals, but after that my respect has grown to awe.

[–] jobes 2 points (+2|-0)

It's obnoxious how some people act in a hospital, especially an emergency room situation. Some people can't understand why it's not "first come first serve" and that they have to triage patients appropriately. I've seen people demand to speak to the hospital owner because of shit like that.

On top of that, people that complain that the ER is loud at 4am...it's a 24 hour non-stop facility. They have to clean the floors and everything else sometime. Sorry it's not a luxury resort.

[–] cyclops1771 1 points (+1|-0)

I have always found it interesting that people who profess to appreciate kindness and selflessness in their lives act the complete opposite online.

Weird how that works.