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#9 - I work in hospitals. Yep, it is so god damned true. It's hard …  [+] (1 reply) 10/08/2016 on Scrubs +3
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#11 - richardastley (10/08/2016) [-]
That's nice to read. I always thought they called it the most accurate medical show because most of the patients had common health problems and the rare conditions were kept rare (which isn't fair for House MD because it was about a diagnostics team that specialized in rare cases). It's good to know that people in the medical community are hard working and have a variety of good personalities instead of shallow dramatic shitty people like from Grey's Anatomy.
#40 - Not really, no. Many people with PTSD certainly could handle i…  [+] (1 reply) 10/05/2016 on Why journalists are lower... -1
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#42 - gthelurker (10/05/2016) [-]
That just means that they couldn't handle it. They basically had an "overload" and some of them are either locked in "fight" mode or unconsciously enter it when something triggers it Also there are those who are constantly remembering the events due to emotional reasons . It applies to strength because they don't have the exceptional mental fortitude it takes to get passed it.
#16 - Just try google next time. This book was pu…  [+] (11 replies) 06/08/2016 on eggu +33
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#96 - flnonymousseven (06/08/2016) [-]
the burden of proof is on the one who makes the claim, not the one who questions it.
#86 - anon (06/08/2016) [-]
Downthumb for "Just try google next time"

Burden of proof is on you. You comment with a statement you obviously have researched so the burden of proof is on you. You have done the research and you have faster access to the wanted information.
#132 - holychipmonk (06/08/2016) [-]
I didn't make the original statement.

Usually I would agree that the person making the statement should show the proof but in this case the proof was very easy to access (first result on google, didn't even need to click the link) and is such a common thing that other people have done it in high school as well (almost making it general info).
#128 - anon (06/08/2016) [-]
Wow, you don't get out much, do you?
#115 - anon (06/08/2016) [-]
O, yknow, dont be a lazy shitstain.
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#114 - msypsylon (06/08/2016) [-]
"burden of proof" where do you think you are mate? some trial? organized debated? First anon just offered some information, whether you believe it or not is your issue. And if you want to inform yourself you can just look it up instead of asking to be spoon-fed. If I had to guess this is what the guy who provided the answer did, because it doesn't seem like he's the same person as the one who posted the first comment.

It's no one duty to provide you with information on a fucking image board. If you want to confirm or learn something look for it yourself instead of asking others to do it for you. And if you don't find it, sure ask, but don't come bitching that "you should've included that in the first post" or "you shouldn't tell me to look for it myself" to the person who, in essence helped you. Or what, are you too lazy or stupid to type a few words in a search engine?

Grow the fuck up, it's no ones duty to educate you on FJ.
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#99 - Fgner (06/08/2016) [-]
I guess technically it falls under it, but tI wouldn't exactly say this falls under burden of proof. He's not trying to make an original claim or anything, he's stating a well-known fact. It's more along the lines of saying "alkalis and halogens like to react" and someone else asking for a citation.

If he bothered to take 15 seconds to Google "Petri dish chicken", the 3rd and 4th results are videos from Youtube - 2009 and 2015 of this exact experiment - proving it's not a new thing.
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#131 - arreatface (06/08/2016) [-]
apparently many people give a shit

it's just one more retarded argument guys, let it go
#91 - anon (06/08/2016) [-]
he does not have faster accses then other people, it's literly a few clicks away.
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#93 - joshwontwon (06/08/2016) [-]
he would no better what source has the correct information and would sift through less bull shit. Therefore, yeah he would
#10 - Then she should be charged with assault. It shouldn't be up to…  [+] (2 replies) 04/24/2016 on Some sweet justice -11
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#11 - ministermax (04/24/2016) [-]
Her employers can do literally whatever the fuck they want though, it's their position to give and take away.
#21 - anon (04/24/2016) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image**I would have to agree, I sure is shit don't want a doctor practicing on me that has a temper or assaults people. Might end up with that old geezer dentists who tortured kids by pulling wrong teeth and shit.

Destroying you public image as a Doc to people. Your gonna lose a lot of patients which means you lost a lot of work and money.

With that said ya. Employers can damn well do what they want. Because her bad image is their bad image. They hired her, They employ her, and they sure as shit don't want a lawsuit cause they potentially hired a violent medical practitioner No do they care about her. Hospitals avoid lawsuits like the plague.
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