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Spinnakerr1477 karma

While it's quite likely you'll get your job back, that's not the point of it all, and you know that. You, to me, today, are a hero.

Advocating for 1300 nurses is not an easy job, as plainly seen by your firing. You are a good person. Don't ever stop being you.

Spinnakerr381 karma

I never thought I'd be sitting out on my lawn reading about the inside details of the Playboy mansion and how everything was run but here I am doing that. It's really interesting. Can I ask - Was the house filled with a lot of drama/drugs or was it a shitshow some other way? It sounds like the girls get a raw deal, so to speak.

Spinnakerr274 karma

There's a reason you were in that job in the first place - you are exactly the kind of person that should be in a position of power.

Spinnakerr254 karma

You would be surprised at what kinds of personal experiences can happen to you that will make you suddenly become sympathetic to actively mentally ill people. I know that I've had to face some very hard realities regarding certain things and because of those experiences I am far more patient with people whom I can tell are going through or have gone through something similar.

It changes it from "wasting your time" to "well it was only 5 minutes and I hope I left them better than I found them" sort of thing, yknow?

Spinnakerr214 karma

When you do the run in 2025 you should contact all of the news organizations in Boston to let them* know about your recovery and your journey through (what I think is) hell. It can bring more awareness to this terrible illness - plus you'll have the ladies just lining up for dates. (jk on the last bit... but maybe? hahaha) But seriously, I want to point at the TV in 4 years and say "HEY I REMEMBER THAT GUY!" :)

edit: a word