Tuesday, March 03, 2009
New Nurses - 1961
Miss Bonnie Snyder of Beebe Hospital School of Nursing.
Miss Yvonne C. Lowe, Wilmington General hospital School of Nursing.
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In 1961 nurses still wore caps, white starched uniforms and nurses shoes. It was such an improvement over today where the nurses dress the same as the person who scrubs the floor. When you are in a hospital bed you don't know who is examining you, the janitor or a nurse or a doctor. The only differences in appearance is the stethoscope hung around their neck, which you can pick up for ten dollars. Like school teachers, causal Friday is everyday for nurses.
I suppose it was simply because the photos were in a small town local paper but these were separate articles giving these two people the attention and recognition they should receive instead of one large "class" photo of 50 people like you see today, if you see it at all.
This is the last straw for me. I always suspected you were an anti-group photoist and this post confirms it!
I will be reporting this hate speech to the Obama Administration and will look forward to at least some sort of civil fine imposed on you.
Howard, have you ever considered taking toleration and diversity classes?
In that thick skull of yours, had you ever considered that people ENJOY taking a group picture?
Have you ever thought of people with the Autophobia disease and that a single newspaper photo of themselves shelved somewhere in a library archive would plague them for eternity?
You have gone too far on this one Howard.