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Tuesday Update

Medical Transcription Word of the Day: PIN - Acronym for prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia. This is precancerous cells found in prostatic tissue. By age 50, about 50% of men will have this. These cells can be low-grade or high-grade, and the high-grade cells are more likely to lead to the development of prostate cancer.

Work: The transcribing was not as much of a struggle today as it seemed like, yesterday. Dr. D's notes were actually audible, for the most part. I almost couldn't believe that was him.

Looks like my OJT period will end on January 15. At that time, they will either hire me, extend my OJT for another three months, or neither extend the OJT nor hire me. We'll see how it goes. I'm going to just keep doing my best at work and pray. I really, really want this job.

DBS Position: Have completed the application for the receptionist position at Blind Services. I would rather be a transcriptionist, but I would also rather have a job than not have one, so...

TV: Crossing Jordan is on tonight; I'm looking forward to it!

(Later) LMFAO!!!!!! Jordan got picked for jury duty!!! The defense attorney must ave wanted her desperately, because the district attorney most certainly didn't! Bwahahahahaha! I've gotten not picked for jury duty simply from showing that I'm knowledgeable about diabetes. But they choose a medical examiner. hehehehe!

Grrr: Seen in amgu's journal. In solidarity with families and missing children in the tsunami-stricken areas, I have three words:

Pedophiles Must Die.

Apparently, it takes a disaster to bring out both the best and the worst in us humans...not like I didn't know that before, but kidnapping children into brothels?! This is a new low.

Current Mood: busybusy

That, added to the fact that a lot of tourists were there to troll South Asia's child brothels, makes me wish said pedophiles would end up as fish food. :(

Speaking of which, a co-worker has a friend who works for a meteorological company. He sent her photos of the tsunami before and after it struck the Thai coast. Talk about the most chilling sight of your life . . . one moment, the water has pulled back at least a mile and a half from the tideline, and the next, infrastructure is gone up to half a mile inland.


Kris--Fish food is too good for those creeps. I prefer to think of them as shark food--though Mark points out that you go shock too quickly from that. *ahem*

Re meteorological pictures--Jesus....



I watched CJ tonight, too, Chantal. Of course a ME would never get selected, but it did make a pretty decent episode anyway. However, last night was one of my favorites, where Jordan hears the murder through the vents of the building.

Caught "House, M.D." tonight, too. Well, MOST of it. (See my LJ for details, but only if you're bored.) What a great start, though. I'm definately going to work to try and catch it.

I've stopped watching tsunami stuff. I heard a story on the news about a scam to take the money of people who thought they were donating. After that, I decided I just could not deal with that kind of thing any more. Your comments make me glad I've tuned out. I have simply reached my capacity for misery.

I found your LJ via Forward Motion (where I'm also a member) and so have friended it - I hope you don't mind. Obviously, you don't have to friend me back.

I love reading all your medical notes by the way - fascinating.