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heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 04:55 PM

The Gazebo [Off Topic] #19 - 'Cause we're talking as fast as we can!


Originally Posted by just stand still (Post 88279177)
I think we should keep the title, it's good and basic. There's only so much we can do for an OT thread :lol:

In all honestly (not as a Matt fan) how is the Good Wife as a show? It's on my list of possible series' to watch.

I do love the show, I think it's smart

The only thing I have against it is the main character as odd as that may sound (not sure if other people here who watch this show have the same thing) but she's not Always that likeable, she's written too much as a saint / power woman and wins too much cases :lol:
But the cases are Always good, writing is smart and the acting is phenomenal.. Great group of actors and guest stars, even people from Gilmore Girls
Just watched the ep with Ed Herrmann today and I know Kelly Bishop is in a latter season.. and I think she voiced a character in S2 as well (though she's not credited)

just stand still 11-23-2016 05:03 PM

TFTNT! :hug:

Okay, I was curious. I mean, I know Matt's in it so I wanted to hear something aside from loving him basically :lol:

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 05:05 PM

haha well I do think Matt could have been used more on the show.. He's got a few good arcs but sometimes he got a little too less attention.. :look:

But you should definitely catch it! I'm doing a rewatch on Netflix now ;)

just stand still 11-23-2016 05:09 PM

Sounds like a good plan!!

I'm currently rematching S7 of GG with my mom cause she forgets what happened during the unspoken season and I just keep screaming at the TV when anything related to C/L happens. So that's how my night is going :lol:

Sorry for the slow posting, my internet isn't so fast right now. Or it's Fan Forum.

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 05:11 PM

haha sounds like fun! :lol:

I'm back with nightshift #3, one more to go :lol:

I think it's fanforum.. it's slower then usual. Posting takes a lot of time before it's actually posted :)

just stand still 11-23-2016 05:13 PM

How are the night shifts going though, in general? Do you find them hard to do?

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 05:18 PM

Sometimes yes, today I do... Slept badly during the day..
Really depends on how well I sleep
and sometimes they're busy and this week they're slow and with only few to little patients.. Right now I have none and my co worker 1... tomorrow there could be no free bed. that's the weird thing in Healthcare :lol: I work in cardiac care unit, so there's a maximum of 8 patients, in case you were wondering how I could have no patients. Patients move pretty quickly to the next deparment where they'll stay for the remainder of the time. I help out there now.. But no bells here either, everyone's asleep ;)

just stand still 11-23-2016 05:22 PM

I actually find it interesting. My medical knowledge all comes from Grey's Anatomy so you can see how that might make me an expert on the subject :P

I do allnighters at American Eagle but it's definitely different.

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 05:29 PM

haha because Grey's is all that realistic :lol: Well they do CPR's more realistic then most shows.. :lol:

What are your all nighters like?

Will be a little more quiet for the next few minutes.. Doing a coffee round with coworkers :lol:

just stand still 11-23-2016 05:33 PM

Basically we work for 9 hours straight rebuilding all of the walls (they often get switched from shelves to hooks). They constantly want the store to look "new" so everything can be moved around. We have to refold and size all the clothes which makes me want to die. It's honestly the most important part. We have the five S's t follow: size, style, standard, sign & stocked. It's basically just a lot of work. We do one night of prep so pulling the clothes for the mannequins, steaming them, dressing them and then redoing the window displays. The second night we redo all of womens and the third night all of mens.

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 07:44 PM

wow that sounds tiring and like hard work.. pfff..

Do you have them often?

just stand still 11-23-2016 07:45 PM

Once a month, so not that often but they always seem to sneak up on you.

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 07:57 PM

yeah I can imagine... when do you have the next set of all nighters?

just stand still 11-23-2016 08:33 PM

I think around December 12th. It's my last set though because then I go back to school and won't be able to mix those hours with classes.

heartღaflutter 11-23-2016 08:46 PM

well it's healthier too.. there's nothing healthy about working at night :P

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