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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4950 on: April 10, 2012, 09:14:30 PM »

Make sure to let everyone in Keene know of this:

http://bbs.freetalklive.com/general/boner-joe-owes-me-money/
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4951 on: April 10, 2012, 09:42:23 PM »

Make sure to let everyone in Keene know of this:

http://bbs.freetalklive.com/general/boner-joe-owes-me-money/

I would imagine pretty much everyone is aware of that incident already.
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4952 on: April 11, 2012, 12:16:20 AM »



And dude, CRNA is a nursing assistant job. Not nurse. RN is a nurse. People can be assistants and in high school. Your facts are way warped.

A CRNA is a Certified RN of Anesthesia. 



In the USA, Nurse anesthetists must first complete a bachelor's degree in a science related field or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. They must be a licensed registered nurse. In addition, candidates are required to have a minimum of one year of full-time nursing experience in an acute care setting, such as medical intensive care unit or surgical intensive care unit.[13] Following the acute care experience, applicants apply to a Council on Accreditation (COA) accredited program of nurse-anesthesia. Education is offered on a masters degree or doctoral degree. Program length varies from 24 to 36 months.[13] Many programs require entrance prerequisites similar to medical schools (pre-med courses) and up to two years of acute care experience. The didactic curricula of nurse-anesthesia programs are governed by the Council on Accreditation (COA) standards and provide students the scientific, clinical, and professional foundation upon which to build sound and safe clinical practice. Clinical residencies afford supervised experiences for students during which time they are able to learn anesthesia techniques, test theory, and apply knowledge to clinical problems. Students gain experience with patients of all ages who require medical, surgical, obstetrical, dental, and pediatric interventions.[13] In addition, many require study in methods of scientific inquiry and statistics, as well as active participation in student-generated and faculty-sponsored research.
[edit]History of education
Historically, CRNAs in the United States received an anesthesia bachelor's degree, diploma or certificate. As early as 1976, the Council on Accreditation was developing requirements for degree programs. In 1981, the Council on Accreditation developed guidelines for master's degrees. In 1982, it was the official position of the AANA board of directors' that registered nurses will be baccalaureate prepared and then attend a master's level anesthesia program. At that time, many programs started phasing in advanced degree requirements.[14] As early as 1978, the Kaiser Permanente California State University program had upgraded to a master's level program. All programs were required to transition to a master's degree beginning in 1990 and complete the process by 1998.[15] Currently, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing has endorsed a position statement that will move the current entry level of training for nurse anesthetists in the United States to the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) or Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP).[16] This move will affect all advance practice nurses, with a mandatory implementation by the year 2015.[17] The AANA announced in August 2007 support of this advanced clinical degree as an entry level for all nurse anesthetists, but with a target date of 2025. In accordance with traditional grandfathering rules, all those in current practice will not be affected.[16] Several nurse anesthesia programs have already upgraded to the DNP or DNAP entry level format. Because all programs will be converting to a doctorate level education, the length of the programs, in most cases, will need to increase or exceed 36 months per the recommendation of the COA of Nurse Anesthesia Programs.[13]
[edit]Board certification
The certification and recertification process is governed by the National Board on Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA). The NBCRNA exist as an autonomous not-for-profit incorporated organization so as to prevent any conflict of interest with the AANA. This provides assurance to the public that CRNA candidates have met unbiased certification requirements that have exceeded benchmark qualifications and knowledge of anesthesia.[18] CRNAs also have continuing education requirements and recertification every two years thereafter, plus any additional requirements of the state in which they practice.[13]


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Certified_Registered_Nurse_Anesthetist
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4953 on: April 11, 2012, 12:58:49 AM »



And dude, CRNA is a nursing assistant job. Not nurse. RN is a nurse. People can be assistants and in high school. Your facts are way warped.

A CRNA is a Certified RN of Anesthesia. 

My apologies, I was thinking of CNA.
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4954 on: April 11, 2012, 12:59:15 AM »

Okay, renewing drama: Jay (bonerjoe) is moving back to Keene. Discuss.


I wasnt aware he left. Not like this is a newsworthy item.
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4955 on: April 11, 2012, 02:55:36 AM »

Case anybody missed it, BJ is taking the helm of Mail-to-jail as well. Mike Barsky sounded really burned out so I guess this is good for him. (ref: porc therapy special a few weeks back) I guess time will tell on how BJ does. Hopefully the poor guys in jail won't be inundated by a lot of "Wat"s and gay porn.

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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4956 on: April 11, 2012, 10:04:16 AM »

Peter Wolf and the Houseparty 5 "You're Breakin' My Heart"

fucking BJ does anybody really give a flying fuck?
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4957 on: April 11, 2012, 10:37:25 AM »

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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4958 on: April 11, 2012, 01:50:12 PM »

This guy needs to do a video on "the vapors".
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4959 on: April 11, 2012, 03:57:52 PM »

Case anybody missed it, BJ is taking the helm of Mail-to-jail as well. Mike Barsky sounded really burned out so I guess this is good for him. (ref: porc therapy special a few weeks back) I guess time will tell on how BJ does. Hopefully the poor guys in jail won't be inundated by a lot of "Wat"s and gay porn.

I have to admit I was a bit surprised by the news.  I'd just like to say I hope it works out well.
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4960 on: April 11, 2012, 06:04:59 PM »

Is Ian going to start carping on about how much out-of-the-system activists are getting burned out?

Especially compared to the paltry low burnout rate for inside-the-system activists

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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4961 on: April 11, 2012, 08:45:08 PM »

Make sure to let everyone in Keene know of this:

http://bbs.freetalklive.com/general/boner-joe-owes-me-money/

I would imagine pretty much everyone is aware of that incident already.

I have no problems associating with jay on a personal level since this is resolved. I just will not be putting out any further investments without a more solid business plan.



Is Ian going to start carping on about how much out-of-the-system activists are getting burned out?

Especially compared to the paltry low burnout rate for inside-the-system activists

Barskey being burned out is old news (by years). I was surprised he was even doing Mail-to-Jail for as long as he did.
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4962 on: April 11, 2012, 10:01:46 PM »

Is Ian going to start carping on about how much out-of-the-system activists are getting burned out?

Especially compared to the paltry low burnout rate for inside-the-system activists
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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4963 on: April 12, 2012, 12:18:13 AM »


You get burned-out by being a probation monkey.

I have not ever met a single person who got thrown into the thrasher, exited, and wanted more. 

I have met numerous people who took a hay-ride a couple times, and thought it was funny.  But never anybody who looked into the abyss, and said "go ahead, do me", for reals.

When you can count your sentence in days, its kind of a joke.  I got fourteen days, I got sixty days.

Show me one motherfucker who got ten years, comes out in five with a sixty month suspended sentence, and dares the cops to gulag him.

I'll wait. 

Nobody?  Oh, thats because prison SUCKS.



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Re: Drama in the Free State
« Reply #4964 on: April 13, 2012, 03:31:16 AM »

Hopefully the poor guys in jail won't be inundated by a lot of "Wat"s and gay porn.

Lol, Jay has certainly been a troll for years.  Of course, so has Dale.  Dale brought it up, even though it wasn't drama, IMO.  Jay currently lives in Manchester and claims it is the ghetto, even though it is a low crime area, compared to the national average.
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