r/Maliciouscompliance "FIX YOUR UNIFORM OR YOU'RE FIRED!" "Ok, I'm fired" "NO WAIT!"

r/Maliciouscompliance In today's episode, an uptight manager decides that OP's uniform isn't up to company standards. OP wears shorts while he collects shopping carts from the parking lot in 90 degree heat. The manager threatens OP, "Change your uniform, or you're fired!" Sure thing, boss! OP walked off the job and didn't come back, leaving his stupid manager to collect all those carts himself! If you like this content, subscribe for more daily Reddit episodes!

👌 r/Maliciouscompliance Mom: "DON'T DISCIPLINE MY CHILD!" Babysitter: "lol ok" www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngS42...

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  • The words "Before the pandemic" Hit me like a truck. It's been over a year now... hard to believe

    KyokonoKyokonoЦагийн өмнө
  • I just got released from the hospital because of a back surgery, you have to be there 2hours prior to the surgery, because they had to admit me, take my vitals, sign papers, talk to anesthesiologist etc. If you don't make it to the check in desk for your check in time, you missed your surgery. If Karen had any procedures to be done she had to be there early but not as early for like a surgery.

    anima oblitusanima oblitusӨдрийн өмнө
  • Fortran programming continued into the 90s.

    Rex Alfie LeeRex Alfie Lee3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Any enterprise needs guidelines to run correctly, but too many managers think that means their job is to follow the guidelines, and forget to run a successful business.

    Gary MyersGary Myers3 өдрийн өмнө
  • either read it or dont, so sick of adlibbing and skipping shit

    Crossfire SoftwarezCrossfire Softwarez3 өдрийн өмнө
  • I live in Arizona, 90 degree weather in pants is nothing

    tbc_dr.diabetestbc_dr.diabetes4 өдрийн өмнө
  • Why do people think their kids should eat for free? Rationalizing that it's "only a pancake and some fruit" is lame and ridiculous--own up to paying the way for your kids or don't bring them out of the house until you think they're worth paying for. That the OP won't book rooms at that B&B anymore is a relief to them, I bet.

    nora22000nora220004 өдрийн өмнө
  • Isnt not hourly job worse cause they still force you to work more than 40 hours but dont need to pay for it?

    Paulius SipavičiusPaulius Sipavičius4 өдрийн өмнө
  • The ticket scalper story reminded me of the time in the sixties we went 100 miles to San Francisco to see a musical but she wasn't feeling very well. We went to the theater and there were people in the lobby hoping to be able to get tickets. We easily sold ours to an appreciative buyer for our cost and returned home. It doesn't hurt to treat people fairly.

    nemo227nemo2274 өдрийн өмнө
  • To clarify Harvester is one of the cheapest restaurants in the UK, staff are paid minimum wage or below, are generally very young and speak limited English. The guy was just not communicating well with someone who did not speak English as a first language. Not a win. Just British people being embarrassing again

    Nelly SmithNelly Smith4 өдрийн өмнө
  • I freaking hate scalpers

    Andrew RogersAndrew Rogers4 өдрийн өмнө
  • At the grocery store the management tried making kids push cart during a heatwave in September wearing pants. Almost all of the cart pushers called out during that time. The assistant managers were out there pushing carts. Only 3 of the cart pushers were still there at the end of September.

    Cmorris94Cmorris945 өдрийн өмнө
  • If you're going to have a running subtitle, at least read the entire script you obviously wrote yourself.

    Demo ManDemo Man5 өдрийн өмнө
  • The Dave story seemed interesting. Too bad you skipped huge parts of it.

    Mr. PigMr. Pig5 өдрийн өмнө
  • Any procedure, minor or major, would be canceled because of chest pain. She just screwed herself because she didn’t want to get a taxi, uber or lyft.

    Coding_RosesCoding_Roses6 өдрийн өмнө
  • "Old inertial navigation system" - IOW, military. My father's division at a major defense contractor had to maintain an ancient computer system in order to keep certain 1950s era aircraft flying. Good for Dave... I loved Harrison Hot Springs in the 1970s.

    John DaughertyJohn Daugherty7 өдрийн өмнө
  • DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE IS PODCAST I ⌿lease-

    Side AccountSide Account7 өдрийн өмнө
  • YAY to Dave . The Old School Tech Wiz . Well played Sir . Steam Boffin story reminds me of another similar one . HUGE printing press will not run . Ring company that built it and they send a Specialist . Spends about 15 minutes adjusting things . And away she goes . Bill $15,000 . owner of Press , WHAT ! 15K for 10 minutes work . Reply . 10cents per adjustment . 10 of those . $14,999 for knowing WHAT to adjust . Bill paid in full immediately . Great . A manager that understood the non-sequitur . 30 pds WITH dessert 39 without . That B&B cost themselves Return Business by being DICKS . GOOD ! Dress code " New " manager is an IDIOT . Hopefully he shot himself in the foot a few MORE times and no longer holds a leadership role . You should have rang the Cops on the Scalper . TOTALLY Illegal where I live .

    John CunninghamJohn Cunningham9 өдрийн өмнө
  • you should have complied went home and changed into the long pants and shirt as directed. and then when you had a heat stroke SUE

    russell pearcerussell pearce9 өдрийн өмнө
  • So the last one bought 6 tickets to himself and for 5 friends, one friend couldn't go, and at the end of the story he still had 5 mates with him (and the one who got the unused ticket). khm..

    Evelin BartaEvelin Barta9 өдрийн өмнө
  • I don't think the concert tickets really count as malicious compliance, but it was still a fun story.

    Claire GardnerClaire Gardner10 өдрийн өмнө
  • A report of suspected cardiac incident will instantly get any non lifesaving procedure canceled as a full workup is performed. Those usually take a few days at best. And believe me the ambulance jocks talk with the nursing staff and data like "They wanted to use us as a taxi service" will deprioratize you for any noncritical service or procedure

    ElementsRookElementsRook10 өдрийн өмнө
  • 0:09 BRUHHHHH IM IN SALT LAKE CITY RN FOR VACATION

    Stew GamesStew Games10 өдрийн өмнө
  • Dave is my spirit animal.

    CarmenCarmen11 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wow the first ever episode that he doesnt mention what the title mentioned in the beggining.

    Spanish BurittoSpanish Buritto12 өдрийн өмнө
  • Is there some reason that I don't understand why the text on screen is not what's read to the audience?

    thornofnightthornofnight12 өдрийн өмнө
  • I have this Personal Policy which I always Implement whenever I’m delivered of an Ultimatum. I always choose the “or else”. In this way their Ultimatum always Fails. And if it has a High Personal Expense for Me, then so be it. I’ll even go so far as to ratting Myself Out, if that’s what’s being threatened. But as I later explain to people “I am a Psychopath”, so what else should they expect.

    Blackwater HouseBlackwater House12 өдрийн өмнө
  • Feck your videos are really annoying, you dont read what's written properly, you add words to the story and you completely miss entire sections of the story, you skip them, I hate the way you do it, this video is a good example of it, I'm only half way though the second story and I can watch it any more, you skip bits all the time in your videos, your a horrible voice over for these stories because of it, fix your videos, they suck!!!!!!!!!!

    Zero FireZero Fire12 өдрийн өмнө
  • Dave was a cool guy

    Ghoul archon Of DestructionGhoul archon Of Destruction13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Absolutely cancel her appointment the chest has two very vital organs, the heart and lungs. if either one of those are in so much pain that you have to phone an ambulance then no go on the procedure.

    Artemis Original productionsArtemis Original productions13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Yes you are right. My mom had her surgery, but they didn't let her do it because her blood pressure was like 5 over normal which IS NORMAL FOR MY MOM. So yeah, she had to reschedule it.

    Paradox MrBossParadox MrBoss14 өдрийн өмнө
  • /e laugh 2 at these storys

    Priyanka jha mishraPriyanka jha mishra14 өдрийн өмнө
  • Story 1: this is where she hangs herself. If she was complaining of chest pains a doctor would be up for a lawsuit if he proceeded and something happened to her, but on the other hand if she denies having chest pains to the doc, she.could be fined for abusing the EMS. I wonder if they could pin her for fraudulent claims to the EMS? Imma check on that Edit: ambulance fraud is apparently a thing. But it looks like the legal actions are directed at the emt's not at civilians. Either way falsifying a claim to score a free ride is up to 250,000 dollars and a 5 year stint in jail

    kyanshikyanshi14 өдрийн өмнө
  • Good. For. Dave. 👍🏻

    California PoppyCalifornia Poppy14 өдрийн өмнө
  • my wife is a nurse and yes they will cancel her sugary till a hart doctor clears her for sugary

    Charles MoltonCharles Molton14 өдрийн өмнө
  • When I was an undergrad, I worked in one of the rehab departments in the hospital. I was the billing secretary for the department and, even though I had only been there for a few years, circumstances made it necessary for me to learn all of the 3 positions in the office, receptionist (R), biller (myself - me), and the department secretary who was also the supervisor for the clerical staff (all of us). So, the dept secretary when I was hired and who had been there long enough to really get bitter about the frustrating situation, and a department head who didn't like confrontations, so although he was a really nice guy, he was totally useless (this will be important info later). So, one day, out of the blue, she quit and gave 5 days notice. So, guess who had to take over for her because no way could my boss hire a new person in time for the outgoing secretary to train them. So, I took over the position and a retired worker who had worked at the position before I got was hired to work in my profession. Well, after about 2 months, a new secretary was finally hired (Karen), and, of course, I had to train her. I did, and I explained that, as the department secretary, she was the clerical office supervisor, and would have to be trained in all the positions in the office, which I would do after she learned her position. I also explained that, as I was the only one who knew all 3 positions, and the only one who knew how to do my own, (this will be important info later), then it was important, especially for her to learn mine. Karen, learned her position in approximately the amount of time predicted, and, as promised, let her know that I would be teaching her to other positions. Well, unbeknownst to me, so I have no idea when, or most importantly why, Karen had a talk with our boss and let him know that, as she had now learned her job, she was distressed that I wouldn't leave her alone so she could do her job and she didn't know how to get me to go away. So, as asked by his new department secretary, he asked me into his office and explained to me how she felt. I was surprised! So I asked him if he was aware that Karen, as department secretary was also clerical supervisor. He said that he was, and I further queried if he was aware that, because she needed to oversee disputes, and make important decisions having to do with both the other positions, and how was she going to be able to do that if she didn't know how to do neither of other positions? He admitted that he had no answer for that. And, finally, it was crucial to the department that I was the only person in the office who knew how to do all the positions, and I would be gone within a couple of years because I needed to finish my education. He had no answer for this neither, but he wasn't willing to talk to her about it. Okay, so I went back to work and left her alone. Karen immediately started to introduce "improvements" to the positions she supervised. My only response to her was, "how do you know?" She started to complain and whine about it to the boss, who wouldn't even bring me into his office for a talk. Finally, and predictably R had a dispute with me about the time I had to spend outside of our office. This was back in the days when computers used punch cards to enter info, and the individual cards for each patient were sent to our office initially with the written order for evaluation and treatment from the attending physician. However, the unit secretaries would only send 3-5 cards, so, if the patient was seen for more than 3-5 days, I had to send requests to the secretaries for more cards. For those folk who have worked in hospitals, they can be pretty hectic, so, needless to say, most times those requests for more cards would go unanswered, so I just found it easier to just make a list of the patient's cards I needed and the units and go get them. But, the hospital was gigantic, it was 9 floors. So, to save time, I would start at the top floor and run down, taking the stairs rather than the elevator to save as many minutes as I could. And, even doing all that, it would take anywhere from 40 to 90 minutes. So, after a marathon run for cards, without fail, R would complain that she was left in the office all alone and had to run the window (which was a regular part of her job) and handle the phone traffic (also a regular part of her job) all by herself. As the billing secretary, I was supposed to help her only at peak business times, and supply patients and relatives with information that R didn't know, which was most of the time because R was surprisingly stupid. So, R complained that she should be allowed as much time out of the office as I had. Our office supervisor agreed with her and directed me to cover for R while she was gone. I told her that wasn't going to happen and, since I was working while I was out of the office, which couldn't be said about what R would be doing while she was gone, it wouldn't be fair for me to cover while R was gone. But, I told Karen, if she thought R really deserved to be gone just because I was, she, Karen was welcome to cover for her. So, Karen would cover while R took a paid 40-90 minute breaks. This went on for weeks until Karen complained to the boss that the situation was making her, Karen get behind in her regular duties, so she needed to be able to tell me to stop leaving the office so that she, Karen, wouldn't have to let R be away. This my boss spoke with me about. I explained to him why I was gone and what I was doing. He, in turn spoke to Karen and let her know that he nor she could order me to stop doing those tasks that were necessary to the performance of my job. When Karen returned to our office, she turned to me and said that since I had to be out of the office and no one knew what I was doing, it was then necessary for me to teach her, Karen, how to do my job. I smiled and turned to Karen and said, "I need to leave you alone and let you do your job." Karen then turned to me and said, "You don't understand, no one knows how to do your job, so you need to teach me how to do it." I again turned to Karen with a smile and said, "No, YOU don't understand, I need to leave you alone and let you do your job."

    LoveofiberLoveofiber14 өдрийн өмнө
  • 5:40 LOL finally can I complain, ye haa:-) Maybe you should have read the text instead of calling Fortran an ancient language, it's still used today:-)

    Fried MuleFried Mule15 өдрийн өмнө
  • Why not just take the dessert in a doggy bag for later?

    TheCanadianAmateurTheCanadianAmateur15 өдрийн өмнө
  • Companies write things down? HA! At the Army hospital where I worked, they decided to change the old letter-number numbering for the rooms to a four-number system, but never noted the change on the blueprints. (Yes, it caused confusion when referring to old paperwork because they didn't know which room was which.) After some years, they decided to go back to the original system -- but didn't change the instructions they handed out to patients. Remember, this is a military hospital, so turnover of personnel was high. I was the medical librarian and still remembered some of the four-digit room numbers, so sometimes I could help bewildered patients if we met in passing. Don't ask me why the instructions had room numbers without naming the departments as well. I wasn't one of the administration officers.

    Ann VictorAnn Victor15 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was supposed to get a minor surgery pre Covid. I was feeling pretty yucky and that flu like soreness but that’s pretty normal for me because I’ve fibromyalgia so didn’t think much of it. Got to the hospital and they took my temperature only to show I was running a fever (somewhere around 102F range I’m in U.K. so it was in C) the surgeon came to see me anyway and had a look at the wound under my arm he was going to be operating on to make sure nothing was wrong there and was fairly confident it was unrelated. Checked me quite throughly and was reasonably confident I had just got the flu and got sent home and told to rest and take lots of fluids and go see my doctor or go to ER if I got a lot worse. So in answer there is no way they’d take someone in for surgery who had been reported of having recently had chest pains.

    Gabriel BadwolfGabriel Badwolf15 өдрийн өмнө
  • Perfect video for my birthday.

    JAMES PELLICCIOJAMES PELLICCIO15 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was told I had to iron my khakis. Which I did. But I sat for part of the day and I would get wrinkles behind my knees. You know, bc knees bend while you sit. I was told I would be written up bc of back of knee wrinkles in my khakis attained during my shift. Now the entire company is shut down. That makes me happy.

    Ashalon 87Ashalon 8716 өдрийн өмнө
  • Some managers think when they start at a new place they have to make changes and do things differently to the previous manager. Just to prove that they "made changes" in the way things worked and put their mark on the job. But sometimes you follow a manager that actually did a good job and making changes is not required.

    Albrat GamingAlbrat Gaming17 өдрийн өмнө
  • Family medicine doctor here. I have yet to meet an anesthesiologist who would go through with putting someone under for an elective procedure if they had chest pain requiring an emergency department visit earlier that day.

    Michael MillerMichael Miller17 өдрийн өмнө
  • Number 1 she would probably get tests to see what was wrong costing alot more than an ambulance

    Reon LambertReon Lambert18 өдрийн өмнө
  • these stories always sound way better with the battle music of a game i play XD

    Hannah MooreHannah Moore18 өдрийн өмнө
  • When I was being transported in an ambulance to the U hospital in SLC, the techs asked if I wanted to use the lights and siren. It was a 20 minute. I should have said “yes” as that ride cost me $3500

    Crazy SnakeCrazy Snake19 өдрийн өмнө
  • I am a nurse. It depends on the surgery and what's going on with the chest pain. Like a lung that collapsed or a heart cath or Stent. they are going to take her to emergency surgery. If is something not so serious yes they will cancel the surgery.

    TheFavSRTTheFavSRT19 өдрийн өмнө
  • Well either way the ride cost her a grand

    Brandon HixonBrandon Hixon19 өдрийн өмнө
  • Where I live, the suicide that many companies commit in an attempt to stay open is firing members of the accounting departments along with other key members. They think it will help funding, but they don’t realize (sometimes too late, sometimes not at all) that the accountants are actually the math geniuses behind the scenes. If one of them tells a manager about a red light in terms of money and that manager ignores it, the company is going to suffer the full effects of that like a plague.

    JustinJustin20 өдрийн өмнө
  • Whats up with that story about Dave? It feels like it's skiping all over the place.

    Austin FarleyAustin Farley20 өдрийн өмнө
  • The grocery manager was definitely on a power trip.

    Krat KartanKrat Kartan20 өдрийн өмнө
  • I am a retired AEMD. You are correct on all counts.

    Beth MurphyBeth Murphy21 өдрийн өмнө
  • I'll never understand why so many companies insist that their employees work extra hours but then get mad at them for claiming overtime. Some managers must think they can bully their employees to come in and work for free.

    Joe MamaJoe Mama21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Slash sucks. Those other reddit story channels with robot voices are better. His is so annoying.

    Spacew0lf420Spacew0lf42021 өдрийн өмнө
  • For future readers. If you need transport to a doctor's appointment there ARE NEMT (non-emergency medical transportation) services available. I AM one of those.

    Fantastic Mr FoxboxFantastic Mr Foxbox21 өдрийн өмнө
  • I’m a paramedic and yes you are correct

    Corey PowellCorey Powell21 өдрийн өмнө
  • They will cancel the appointment. And don't call them Shirley.

    mappyhappychappymappyhappychappy21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Fortran? I learned that in high school computer clcass in the mid-70's. Good old punch cards LOL.

    C NaultC Nault21 өдрийн өмнө
  • As a nurse, most likely they cancel the surgery... take her to the ER and do a cardiac work up. 🙃 she can leave the ER but for what? She would have to get billed for the ambulance fee, and the hospital bill. For what?

    Ashley SauceAshley Sauce22 өдрийн өмнө
  • My sleen has been damaged (like 2 weeks ago) and it feels like ur sick it does not hurt at first until some time later but it does not hurt alot but what does this have to do with the video nothing

    katten Riskatten Ris22 өдрийн өмнө
  • If the grandpa fixed the machine in 15 minutes and got 1000, that means he got paid 66.67$ per minute. That is insane

    Dipper PinesDipper Pines22 өдрийн өмнө
  • ok if your going to type the stories at least read the dame thing as you type it

    Douglas WoodardDouglas Woodard22 өдрийн өмнө
  • Nurse here. Her procedure would be postponed until she had full cardiac clearance.

    Christopher LeeChristopher Lee22 өдрийн өмнө
  • Ngl, heard the "tried to use an ambulance as a taxi service" and thought, "so a Tuesday." Most people just aren't quite so flagrant about it.

    bluefox726bluefox72623 өдрийн өмнө
  • Surgical tech here, they would require her to be cleared by cardiac doc before anything would happen. Sounds like it was an elective case so it would more than likely be canceled or the last case of the day. Regardless, she ain’t eating ANYTHING that entire day X3

    Katherine GarrityKatherine Garrity23 өдрийн өмнө
  • 14:33 Manager handbook. "To establish your dominance over your new employees and make clear YOU are the boss change a rule. It does not need to make sense or actually improve things. Just changing something for the sake of changing something is enough." This gets taught in absolutely every managerial lecture with varying speech/word patterns and more or less obscure but generally it always is the same.

    ArschvomDienstArschvomDienst23 өдрийн өмнө
    • @JerbilKonai Managerial lectures are taught under economical education. There almost never are cross education topics aside from possibly limited psychology in that one. In essence economics goes by "It is preferable to be feared than being loved. It's cheaper!" That you'll continue to be loved once you are out of hearing- and/or sight distance is a concept that is unknown to economics. Thing is oftentimes this "new manager changes rules" does hardly any real damage and thus is considered a net positive by economics lecturers. The negative results are either being regarded as not relevant or flat ignored. Yes "the underlings are working more now for the same/less amount of money!" is considered a positive aspect ... That employees often do not complain out of fear to be fired does not help either.

      ArschvomDienstArschvomDienst8 өдрийн өмнө
    • "Never touch a running system", the credo of IT, should be more applicable than "assert dominance by changing stuff without thought". And really, in a university project about developing a small game it gets prohibitively hard to change anything due to how connected everything is. So to change a rule applied to humans, which worked in the setting, just for ego is beyond stupid if you consider how many systems and participants are connected at a workplace. Especially if the rule breaks some(ones) routine and makes them think critically instead of running on autopilot.

      JerbilKonaiJerbilKonai8 өдрийн өмнө
  • The abuse of 911 ambulance service is unfortunately more common than you'd think.

    Larry BrennanLarry Brennan23 өдрийн өмнө
  • That bit about taking the patient in through the ER instead of the front door is weird because EMS legally has to take emergency patients to the emergency room, at least where I am. Unless something is prescheduled with a private company, I could lose my cert for taking a patient through the front door no matter how bullshit the claim. This exact situation happened to me, we had to take the patient to the wrong hospital because of it because the hospital they were having surgery at doesn't have an ER.

    RayeRaye23 өдрийн өмнө
  • The moral of the story - don't be so eager to fire the nerd no matter how much you hate him.

    Debasish Ray ChawdhuriDebasish Ray Chawdhuri23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Procedure means you're not put under full anaesthetic, surgery means you go under.

    Tagan CornerTagan Corner23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Don't skip over the technical lingo.

    Dylan BiddleDylan Biddle23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sorry man but the comments you made after the first story made me think that you didn't know that this lady was obviously pulling a scam by trying to use her "chest pain" as a way to get a ride in an ambulance

    Joshua EddingsJoshua Eddings24 өдрийн өмнө
  • Day

    wooohu tacowooohu taco24 өдрийн өмнө
  • 2nd story (ot): Depending on work place whether ot is over 8 hours or over 40/wk, I would have worked the ot. You'd get a bit of a chewing out about not having it authorized, but they would have to pay you. If they try to write you up, say you want them to explain how you can work 7 days and NOT get authorization for ot at the same time w/o breaking "their" rule? Also, don't sign the write-up. It is (generally) illegal to "work of the clock" if you're an hourly employee. Some states have even stronger laws against it.

    13applejaxxx13applejaxxx24 өдрийн өмнө
  • I love the last two stories of scalpers getting shafted.

    Mikey UnovapixMikey Unovapix25 өдрийн өмнө
  • That first story is also funnier when you know how much it costs for an ambulance AND an ER bill.

    TheBigMysteryTheBigMystery25 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was travelling for a wedding a few years ago and I accidentally booked the rental car for one day longer than I needed so I rang the rental company to change it to a day less. It was going to cost me about an extra $70 (can't remember exactly) to have the car booked for a day less. I asked them if there was any fee for returning the car a day early and there wasn't. I told them to leave the booking as it was and I just returned the car a day early.

    Down Under Movie HunterDown Under Movie Hunter25 өдрийн өмнө
  • I guess one of the old school methods of job security still works. Learn how to do an obscure job that would bring the company to its knees if they got rid of you. Yeah it’s a bit scummy depending on what it is and how you do it, but it works.

    MeknerMekner25 өдрийн өмнө
  • I don't know the location of the first story. In my country firefighters provide a service of delivering people that do not have resources for taxi to drive them to a hospital for scheduled treatments. You just need to call directly the fire department and explain the situation.

    Alex NightsAlex Nights25 өдрийн өмнө
  • I love how the 4 story was ridiculous bc he/she idr got over charged lol and proceeds to become a Karen over the situation

    ARCSHOTARCSHOT25 өдрийн өмнө
  • theres nothing better than to be irreplacable obviously, if any of you ever find yourself in such a situation and you dont necessarily like your boss, just go for it and milk them to the bone its the best thing to ever happen to you if they CANT SAY NO so if you know that before they do, or if they are an ass about it if you brought it up out of courtesy go ahead, FUCKEM its your golden donkey

    Tim Chr.Tim Chr.25 өдрийн өмнө
  • I used to run a chest pain center at a local hospital and OP is exactly right. I was also a patient - I had chest pain (it turned out to be appendicitis) and a team of EMTs rushed across the parking lot, and I proceeded to have a complete work-up. I had no choice. This has happened to me four different locations (Nevada, Florida, Utah and Georgia). You say chest pain and those wonderful EMTs stop everything and set out your life.

    Ned BarnettNed Barnett25 өдрийн өмнө
  • RN here and yes, a patient with severe chest pain would most DEFINITELY cause a surgery to be canceled & rescheduled as the patient would then need a full work up with labs drawn, EKG, ect before being cleared to be rescheduled for surgery.

    Ashlee DuncanAshlee Duncan25 өдрийн өмнө
  • The best way to watch your videos don’t watch for 2 weeks then watch all of theme you posted.

    This guyThis guy26 өдрийн өмнө
  • the story @ 8:50 would only happen in a country where tipping the waiter isn't a thing.

    toagtoag26 өдрийн өмнө
  • The desserts story reminds me of Jack Nicholson in Five Easy Pieces. mnthe.info/bill/video/btityIOoZLBnmm8

    dwasifar karalahishipoordwasifar karalahishipoor26 өдрийн өмнө
  • She had the money for an ambulance ride but not an Uber?

    Maybe_A_CatMaybe_A_Cat26 өдрийн өмнө
  • The procedure would absolutely be canceled. Surgery is risky as is.

    Kris OsterhoutKris Osterhout26 өдрийн өмнө
  • An ambulance as a cab, yeah that's an everyday occurrence, that's why we called our ambulances cabulances....

    gsheacgsheac26 өдрийн өмнө
  • I work in EMS and I've had a few of these suitcase patients...our ambulances are green and I've on occasion referred to our service as "the green taxi". The sad thing is these suitcase patients take services away from potentially genuine emergencies.

    Lee KarssenLee Karssen26 өдрийн өмнө
  • If she is in America, that ambulance ride was way more expensive than a taxi.

    Tivana FlicksteinTivana Flickstein26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Muse concerts ARE awesome!

    Franklynn #Franklynn #26 өдрийн өмнө
  • To be honest when I started watching you I was absolutely obsessed and I still am! Keep doing what your doing it’s absolutely amazing 🤩!!!!!!!!!!!

    I suck at lifeI suck at life26 өдрийн өмнө
  • 12:24 at first I thought they meant a dress code for the CUSTOMERS. I was like... “what grocery chain is so uppity it requires people to shop in a specific type of dress clothes? Who would want to go to that store? Is it like HOA but with grocery shopping outfits??? What???” And now I feel dumb.

    Slightly Distressed SlugSlightly Distressed Slug26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Yes. The chest pain needs to be addressed first before proceeding with any operation. Chest pain can be a lot of things and needs a proper work up.

    Allen DimaanoAllen Dimaano26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Hello! Medical Assistant here! And honestly a “procedure” can be anything from surgery to swabbing there nose for corona 😂 it can be simple little things like cleaning an ear with water to cutting a cyst open (I freaking love those!)

    Amberlynn NegriAmberlynn Negri26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Harrison hot springs WTF I’m amazed I live here

    Shayla SeymourShayla Seymour26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Okay how much are you gonna bet that the first lady’s “operation” is like a plastic surgery or a nose job or some shit

    Miss Chanandler BongMiss Chanandler Bong26 өдрийн өмнө
  • For the story with the women trying to use an ambulance as a taxi, they probably would cancel that surgery or whatever. At one point I was sick with a lot of stuff and when my doctor gave me medicine for one of them I got a bunch of rashes and had to stop using that to care for the rashes. That was a long time ago and we learned I wasn’t allergic to it but if you get 2 diseases, doctors will give you medicine for what they think is more serious

    Me OwOMe OwO26 өдрийн өмнө