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Nurses asked to cut own costs

Posted in: Let's get talking | Discussion and debate

24-Sep-2009 11:39 am

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Glen Humphries

Glen Humphries

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24-Sep-2009 12:27 pm

Haha, very good. In all seriousness, I do welcome this move. If cuts absolutely have to be made, it's nice to be consulted, rather than having the carpet pulled from under our feet like usual...

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lolita eichman

lolita eichman

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13-Oct-2009 10:33 pm

I think you'll find that if enough managers are condensed into a small enough space a "critical density" of bullshit is reached and the reaction becomes strongly exothermic. This could be used to provide free heating for the elderly allowing the government to save the winter fuel allowance. Also we would be less dependent on russian oil and less dependent on nuclear fuel. Voila social, environmental and political benefits all by harnessing the power of what is effectively rubbish anyway.

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