"Jason Brown, the Nevada man accused of adopting dogs in order to torture and dismember them, is currently being held on $70,000 bail. However, recent news reports suggest that he may be able to pay his bail out of a trust fund."
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Just a friendly reminder that there was an episode of Angel where he turned into a puppet.
I loved that episode….
I think that episode was either nominated for or won an Emmy or something…
Oh, and just in case you don’t know (which you probably do) the writer of that episode was the amazing and hilarious Ben Edlund who was a major writer for Supernatural for a while there. Hmmm. I should find out what show he’s writing for now and go watch that…
I think he wrote some for Revolution, as well as producing…
Like many nowadays I participate in a system of doctors, I’ve been with them for about 8 years and they have steadily grown to be quite impressive, especially since their customer service has just gotten better. It’s nice to know that no matter what tests I may need, procedures I may need or specialists I need, I can get a referral without searching or waiting months at a time. In fact they have both immediate care and After hour services so I have access to doctors 7 days a week until 10 pm. Last week I needed to see one of those after hour doctors for my chronic UTI that wasn’t getting better on my present ABT. I frankly just didn’t have the spoons for trying to call and track down an appointment with the urologist and was really uncomfortable. So I headed to After Hours and ended up seeing a doctor that was just a really cool guy. I know it’s a weird thing to say, but there really is no other way to describe him. He was funny, personable, knowledgable and seriously a cool dude. He read the recent notes from my urologist, had me tell him what was up and he didn’t hesitate to believe me and want to help me. Even going so far to think outside of the box and try something to maybe break this cycle. He even sent a note to my urologist to follow up with me and to call him if he had questions about why he gave me the meds he did. I walked out of that office happy once again to have this system of doctors in my life and my family’s lives to take care of us! I’m a believer in letting others know when they have positively affected me and especially when they are exceptional at their work, so I wrote an email to their department expressing my positive experience and pleasure at not only being given the care I want, but as a chronically ill patient, need. They sent me back an email thanking me and letting me know that they would pass it on to the doctor I had in after hours. Today I received a handwritten thank you note from him (luckily I’m married to a doctor so I read doctor) in the mail. Like I said he’s just a cool guy…..
Ok initial impressions of my Nova brand walker are: it appears sturdy enough to hold my voluptuous self, per my architect/engineer loving son it is well constructed, the brakes on the handle can stand up to me leaning my entire weight on them when on even ground, the hand brakes easily lock by pushing down on the handle, if you have spent time around kids it folds easily like a stroller with a locking mechanism, it’s pretty lightweight, and the storage compartment in the seat is roomy enough for my handbag.
I have to take one of the boys to the pulmonologist in the morning and since I’m in a flare I will have a more practical review. Having said all that, it appears it was a good purchase at this point!
Please help if you can! Getting this work placement is really important to me (obviously!) and I want to smash the interview and really prove myself! I’ll be working with people with disabilities so I’ll have a really good chance to make some positive changes to people’s lives whilst on this placement and I’m sure you can all appreciate why that is so important to me! neecygrace sorry to put you on the spot but I know you have previous experience in social work and if you could give me some pointers and advice I would be so grateful! And if anyone knows anybody who has any experience in social work or interviewing please try to get me some advice!
I have a pretty important interview coming up sometime in the next 4 months for a work placement (through uni) with my local council, I’ll be working with people with disabilities
I’m really excited for the placement but I’ve never had a proper interview before (except for uni entrance, but that…
No worries lady, let me get my thoughts together and even some good resources and I will send you a message, plus PLEASE don’t hesitate to ask me anything that pops in your head. Can you send me a link to the placement, so I can read their mission and the services they provide because that may trigger my brain some more!