I think coworker is in witness protection program

  1. I work with a CNA who I believe is in the witness protection program. He's in his late 50s, and has spoken about how he 'can't believe he ended up' in the small town where he lives. He talks about his younger days when he had 'a lot of money, a big boat' . He lived in Southern California and made frequent trips to Central America, he has divulged. His wife is from Central America.

    I figured from his ramblings that he was involved in drug running when he was younger. Yesterday it dawned on me that he might be in the witness protection program! He never has had an explanation as to how he ended up where he lives, which a small town in an agricultural area.
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  3. by   Jedrnurse
    Hmm. I didn't know Witness Protection offered CNA training. Do they have an RN to BSN program as well?
  4. by   Newgradnurse17
    This is rediculous. You have way to much time.
  5. by   Emergent
    Quote from Newgradnurse17
    This is rediculous. You have way to much time.
    You should learn how to spell ridiculous.
  6. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Emergent
    I work with a CNA who I believe is in the witness protection program.
    Okay Emergent- here's how you find out for sure:

    Become his Secret Santa and and give him this:

    wpp-jpg


    If he wears it, you can be sure he is not in the witness protection program!
  7. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Newgradnurse17
    This is rediculous. You have way to much time.
    Quote from Emergent
    You should learn how to spell ridiculous.
    Also, it should be "way too much time".
  8. by   Emergent
    Quote from Davey Do
    Also, it should be "way too much time".
    That probably relates to my previous thread!
  9. by   Sour Lemon
    Quote from Emergent
    I work with a CNA who I believe is in the witness protection program. He's in his late 50s, and has spoken about how he 'can't believe he ended up' in the small town where he lives. He talks about his younger days when he had 'a lot of money, a big boat' . He lived in Southern California and made frequent trips to Central America, he has divulged. His wife is from Central America.

    I figured from his ramblings that he was involved in drug running when he was younger. Yesterday it dawned on me that he might be in the witness protection program! He never has had an explanation as to how he ended up where he lives, which a small town in an agricultural area.
    He sounds dangerous. You should probably trap him in a supply closet or something.
  10. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Newgradnurse17
    This is rediculous. You have way to much time.
    Quote from Emergent
    That probably relates to my previous thread!
    Let's ask the studio audience if they think your viewpoint is refreshing and not a waste of time!

    Studio audience, what do you think of Emergent's threads?
    audience-gif
    There's one guy about five rows back on the left side of the screen who isn't clapping.

    It might be Newgradnurse.
  11. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    He sounds dangerous. You should probably trap him in a supply closet or something.
    Yeah!

    But not if he's wearing the T-shirt.
  12. by   JKL33
    If he's in the program then wearing the shirt would be clever. It'd be like any goofy shirt ("Princess" or whatever) - they practically beg people to mentally say
  13. by   Davey Do
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    He sounds dangerous.
    Quote from JKL33
    If he's in the program then wearing the shirt would be clever.
    Ew.

    "Dangerous" and sneaky!

    To be on the safe side, Emergent, you should trap him in the supply closet.

    Or something.
  14. by   FolksBtrippin
    Quote from Davey Do
    Also, it should be "way too much time".
    Obviously newgradnurse does not have enough time for spelling and grammar.

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