Video shows nurses laughing as dying WWII vet calls for help

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Found 20th Nov 2017
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OP, I hope that you know the news is full of freak and strange daily cases from around the world (in this case USA), there are 7,500,000,000 people in the world. Assuming that 3 billion are in jobs, it is not hard to fill up the news channels with bad people laughing.

Aye, spit it oot

Video is bad enough but have to question why it was made public? What purpose will it serve other than to create problems for those nurses that DO care?
Edited by: "mrty" 20th Nov 2017

Bad behaviour usually comes from the ignorant and uncaring, it is bizarre that nurses, who are often the most compassionate, fell short. I hope they will be suspended since their behaviour tarnishes their profession.
Edited by: "davewave" 20th Nov 2017

davewave16 m ago

Bad behaviour usually comes from the ignorant and uncaring, it is bizarre …Bad behaviour usually comes from the ignorant and uncaring, it is bizarre that nurses, who are often the most compassionate, fell short. I hope they will be suspended since their behaviour has tarnished their profession.


Its not odd at all for several reasons.

Familiarity breeds contempt if your constantly surrounded by people screaming for help, dying etc you get used to it, in the same way a newbie at abattoir may puke up from the shock of it all but get used to the barbarity after a while.

Reason two is mental health people in stressful jobs are more likely to suffer mental health problems a trait of many mental health problems is lack of empathy.

Finally to be in a emotionally stressful job for years can mean you where emotionally impared in the first place as others may not be able to take it emotionally and leave the profession rather swiftly, leaving the impaired to forge a lifelong career as it doesn't bother them, then you end up with a disproportionate amount of none caring staff.

Probably all actors

They lost their licences to practice also this is from 2013

Segata-Sanshiro4 h, 33 m ago

Its not odd at all for several reasons.Familiarity breeds contempt if your …Its not odd at all for several reasons.Familiarity breeds contempt if your constantly surrounded by people screaming for help, dying etc you get used to it, in the same way a newbie at abattoir may puke up from the shock of it all but get used to the barbarity after a while.Reason two is mental health people in stressful jobs are more likely to suffer mental health problems a trait of many mental health problems is lack of empathy.Finally to be in a emotionally stressful job for years can mean you where emotionally impared in the first place as others may not be able to take it emotionally and leave the profession rather swiftly, leaving the impaired to forge a lifelong career as it doesn't bother them, then you end up with a disproportionate amount of none caring staff.


Out of 7.5 billion people, 3.5 billion in jobs, 1 billion may have fun sometimes in their boring or routine jobs. It's called humour and socialisation and is statistically normal as some may have extreme fun since fun does positive enforcement of same behaviour according to theory of Bandura.

What has WW2 got to do with adding adjectival value to the gasping for air?!

Bandicoot3 h, 11 m ago

They lost their licences to practice also this is from 2013


It was Feb 2014 the incident happened << fact

The reason it's only been published now is because the "employers or official organisation" took over 1 year to remove the nurses from being able to continue within the profession AND because the employer failed to admit liability (or similar) it was taken to some sort of court << fact

I do wish some people could learn to read and/or comprehend detail/information before attempting to type drivel

"Both Nuckles and another nurse were fired, but not until nearly a year after the incident. And they only just turned in their licenses in September — nearly three years after Dempsey’s death."

"Attorneys representing the Atlanta nursing home attempted to block WXIA from releasing the footage, but in the end dropped its appeal with the Georgia State Supreme Court."

"James Dempsey on Feb. 27, 2014, repeatedly called out to staff members at Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation before he fell unconscious, gasping for air all the while."
Edited by: "philphil61" 20th Nov 2017

splender4 h, 59 m ago

Out of 7.5 billion people, 3.5 billion in jobs, 1 billion may have fun …Out of 7.5 billion people, 3.5 billion in jobs, 1 billion may have fun sometimes in their boring or routine jobs. It's called humour and socialisation and is statistically normal as some may have extreme fun since fun does positive enforcement of same behaviour according to theory of Bandura.


'extreme fun'?

davewave8 h, 28 m ago

'extreme fun'?


Yes it is, extreme fun or extreme laughing, as it is worthy of news attention, referencing the OP's subject matter.

Armed ex military vigilantes would right this wrong...

philphil6110 h, 40 m ago

It was Feb 2014 the incident happened << factThe reason it's only been …It was Feb 2014 the incident happened << factThe reason it's only been published now is because the "employers or official organisation" took over 1 year to remove the nurses from being able to continue within the profession AND because the employer failed to admit liability (or similar) it was taken to some sort of court << factI do wish some people could learn to read and/or comprehend detail/information before attempting to type drivel"Both Nuckles and another nurse were fired, but not until nearly a year after the incident. And they only just turned in their licenses in September — nearly three years after Dempsey’s death.""Attorneys representing the Atlanta nursing home attempted to block WXIA from releasing the footage, but in the end dropped its appeal with the Georgia State Supreme Court.""James Dempsey on Feb. 27, 2014, repeatedly called out to staff members at Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation before he fell unconscious, gasping for air all the while."


The date is incidental, OP's hot on WW2 and extreme laughing and fun, which can happen to anyone at any time, hint is in OP's adopted title and maintained emphasis rom the news article.
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