Ahh, our resident admitted addict manages another post from home in Jackson. Did you enjoy your 35 mile drive home?<quoted text> you for some reason has some misplaced interpretation that anyone who smokes cant do a job. Common sense shows otherwise. I'm guessing you are getting upset because your remarks are shown to show not to have common sense. Talk about people posting without using a name, I don't see yours. Facts are facts. Plain, and indisputable. If it makes you this upset that facts shows you a little wrong that people can't do a job right just because they smoke is insane. But if you get upset because I write facts then maybe you just need to reevaluate your way of thinking. One day you or your family may need help, but by your words the person who will be there to help, you will refuse to let them because OMG they smoke. Amazing. While its been a pleasure chatting with you, I really don't need to spend any more time talking to someone who thinks they know so much that that more you write the more you prove you know nothing. Good luck to you, just stick to your grounds and be sure when you need anything ask the ever so important question.,if they smoke so you know they can't do their job and move on! One day God will test your theory with you. Love it. Be sure to write a long reply to this, finish showing everyone how you are, put you name. Whatever, im not acting as a victim and have no idea how you even came to think that. Good luck
Could you point out those "facts" you claim to have posted? Make no mistake, you haven't done anything noteworthy other than to defend your addiction. Sure, a person who smokes can do a job. But the sick irony of a Nurse addicted to something that is responsible for 1 out of 5 deaths in the US, is just too much to ignore. Pathetic. You should possess, and I bet you do, some degree of embarrassment.
Rather than speaking for God, you should ask him to assist you with your addiction. Otherwise, you may find yourself as a patient in a Cape hospital (even you wouldn't actually go to MO Delta as a patient) and be hindered by their smoke free campus policy.
Farewell, Smokey Bear. I knew you wouldn't last long in a debate on your addiction. Smoke an extra one for me and try not to feel pathetic.
Christopher P. Bacon