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    Are YOU a closet Pen Addict?

    I'm picky about my pens, and the price is irrelevant: I've had some of my favorite pens be the giveaway ones! I have a beautiful Waterman I got as a gift, and it doesn't get used much at all, because it's on my desk at home. I don't want to lose a pen that cost over a hundred bucks (how stupid a pricetag is that, anyway?!?) so it doesn't really get used! I haven't seen any new drug company pens in quite some time. I think they've gone the way of the dodo (around here anyway). But you can still get freebies at the job fairs, and trade shows, conferences, etc :)
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    My Nazi Patient

    Remember the original post. The patient in question obviously supported Hitler, so it's not a question of whether or not everyone else did...just this patient, which made the nurse feel uncomfortable. As would I.
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    My Nazi Patient

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    My Nazi Patient

    It does matter what the OP thinks; she didn't say she treated her differently or poorly because of the revelation. And it matters because if how a patient thinks of me *might* affect how I care for him or her, then that assignment needs to be changed. Frankly, if a patient started spouting to me about how Hitler was a darned nice guy, and just really misunderstood, I think I'd need to change my assignment. Fast. I'm sure one of my co-workers would handle them much better than I.

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