Thursday, November 12, 2009

DSL using USB?

We have 8 machines networked together in a dental office. One of those machines we use as a server. We had DSL installed last week and they changed all of the settings to "Obtain IP address automatically" After re rebooted the remote machines we had a difficult time finding our mapped network drive. But I cant connect to the internet using the ethernet cable. I did some checking around and was told that the server should have a static IP address. I changed it back to a static address and everything works fine now as far as accessing the network drive, which all machines MUST do. What Id like to know is, can I have the DSL modem connected to more than one machine using the USB cable instead of the ethernet cable. I could see how one machine could use USB for access to the web, but I'm wondering if a USB hub will allow more than one machine to go online? If not a hub, then some other piece of equipment

DSL using USB?
You can use USB port to connect the entire network to the internet, the major drawback is that it drastically reduce the data transfer from internet because of slow data transfer rate. All the PC's can be configured to get IP addresses automatically, Your DSL Modem can act as DHCP server, connect your modem straight into the switch using ethernet cable, but make sure that your modem is configured to act as DHCP server. I hope this will help.


Which job would you take?

(1) GPS?Laser Guidance systems technician working with heavy machinery (construction equipment) to make it automated. It utilizes laser and GPS data to make large earthmoving jobs smoother and much more accurate. It provides a company vehicle, gas card, and health/dental insurance. Lots of travel time included.


(2) GSE mechanic for a small FBO at a major airport. The company tailors to multi-millionaires and VIP aircraft going in and out of the airport. Company has own private jet for company paid vacations. Gives employee a chance of meeting many well-known faces. You would be your own boss and make your own hours. Holidays are paid and once hired are automatically given a weeks paid vacation, no having to wait a year for benefits. Also works with defense department on secret projects.

Both jobs can be very dirty at times. Both pay the exact same. Which would you do?

Which job would you take?
The second one sounds like it is offering more then the first, and it just seems like it would be more interesting. And the being your own boss part is great. Best of luck and success and which ever positon you decide to take.
Reply:#2, since you would be your own boss.
Reply:I'd pick job# 1, and definitely not job#2.

The reason I would not pick job# 2 is because a) it sucks to work for really rich people because many (most) are really demanding (jerks) and b) working with the government is a pain-in-the-butt because of all the rules you have to follow.
Reply:If you are single you should take job 1....... if you have a family then you need to take job 2......

If you have a family and you don't like your wife or kids then take job 1....

children boots

Dentist Dr.Lance J Kim in las vegas?

Has anyone here in vegas ever been to Dynamic Dental and seen Dr.Lance J Kim? I need to pick a dentist and I'm terrified to go!!! I want to see if this is a good doctor before I pick him on my plan. Any info. would be greatly appreciated. Also is the office nice? Last place I went was totally ghetto and the equipment was really old! Thanks

Dentist Dr.Lance J Kim in las vegas?
Where is he at in Vegas? I was told there's a good one over near Meadows mall, but i can't remeber where i put the damn address. Guess you could always call 1800 Dentist.

Dumb and Funny Warning Labels On Products?

Liquid Plummer

Warning: Do not reuse the bottle to store beverages.


Do not spray in eyes.

Toilet Plunger

Caution: Do not use near power lines.

Dremel Electric Rotary Tool

This product not intended for use as a dental drill.

Arm %26amp; Hammer Scoopable Cat Litter

Safe to use around pets.

Bowl Fresh

Safe to use around pets and children, although it is not recommended that either be permitted to drink from toilet.

Endust Duster

This product is not defined as flammable by the Consumer Products Safety Commision Regulations. However, this product can be ignited under certain circumstances.

Baby Oil

Keep out of reach of children

Little Ones Baby Lotion

Keep away from children

Hair Coloring

Do not use as an ice cream topping.


Directions: Tear open packet and use.

Dial Soap

Directions: Use like regular soap.

Stridex Foaming Face Wash

May contain foam.


Do not use while taking a shower.

Old Spice Red Zone Deoderant

Use only on underarms.

Zantac 75

Do not take if allergic to zantac.

Sleeping Pills

Warning: May cause Drowsiness

Christmas Lights

Warning: For indoor or outdoor use only.

Bic Lighter

Ignite lighter away from face.

Komatsu Floodlight

This floodlight is capable of illuminating large areas, even in the dark

Fire Extinguisher:

Caution: Non-Flamable


These ear plugs are nontoxic, but may interfere with breathing if caught in windpipe


Warning: Do not attempt to swallow


Caution: Contents may catch fire.

Pepper Spray

Caution: Never aim spray at your own eyes.

Auto-Shade Widnshield Visor

Warning: Do not drive with sunshade in place. Remove from windshield before starting ignition.


WARNING: Do not weld can to rim.

Rain Gauge

Suitable for outdoor use.

RCA Television Remote Control

Not Dishwasher Safe

Pine Mountain Fire Logs

Caution: Risk of fire

Triops Fish Food

Warning: Not for human consumption

Home Depot Treated Lumber

Do not consume

Hair Dryer

Warning: Do not use while sleeping.

Road Sign

Caution water on road during rain.


This camera will only work when film is inside.

Road Sign

Cemetery Road. Dead End

Church Parking Lot Sign

Thou shalt not park

Children's Superman Costume

Wearing of this garment does not enable you to fly.

Silk Soy Milk

Shake well and buy often

Air Conditioner

Caution: Avoid dropping air conditioners out of windows.

Rowenta Iron

Warning: Never iron clothes on the body.

Slush Puppy Cup

This ice may be cold

American Airlines Peanuts

Instructions: open packet, eat nuts.

Nabisco Easy Cheese

For best results, remove cap.

Swanson TV Dinners

This product must be cooked before eating.

Hershey's Almond Bar

Warning: May contain traces of nuts

Heinz Ketchup

Instructions: Put on food

500-piece puzzle:

Some assembly required.

Beach Ball

CAUTION: It is not a life saving device.


Do not attempt to stop chain with hands.

Sears hairdryer:

Do not use while sleeping.

Bag of Fritos:

You could be a winner! No purchase necessary. Details inside.

Bar of Dial soap:

Directions: Use like regular soap.

Swann frozen dinners:

Serving suggestion: Defrost.

Hotel provided shower cap in a box:

Fits one head.

Tesco's Tiramisu dessert: (printed on bottom of the box)

Do not turn upside down.

Marks %26amp; Spencer Bread Pudding:

Product will be hot after heating.

Packaging for a Rowenta iron:

Do not iron clothes on body.

Boot's Children's cough medicine:

Do not drive car or operate machinery.

Nytol sleep aid:

Warning: may cause drowsiness.

String of Chinese-made Christmas lights:

For indoor or outdoor use only.

Japanese food processor:

Not to be used for the other use.

Sainsbury's peanuts:

Warning: contains nuts.

American Airlines packet of nuts:

Instructions: open packet, eat nuts.

Korean kitchen knife:

Warning keep out of children

Helmet mounted mirror used by us cyclists:

Remember, objects in the mirror are actually behind you

New Zealand insect spray:

This product not tested on animals.

Blanket from taiwan:

not to be used as protection from a tornado

Cardboard windshield sun shade:

Warning: Do Not Drive With Sun Shield in Place.

Infant's bathtub:

Do not throw baby out with bath water.

Package of Fisherman's Friend throat lozenges:

Not meant as substitute for human companionship.

Disposable razor:

Do not use this product during an earthquake.

Bottle of shampoo for dogs

Caution: The contents of this bottle should not be fed to fish.

Curling Iron

Warning: This product can burn eyes.

Hair Dryer

Do not use in shower.

Hair Dryer

Do not use while sleeping.

Hand-held Massaging Device

Do not use while sleeping or unconscious.

Case of a chocolate CD in a gift basket.

Do not place this product into any electronic equipment.

A toilet at a public sports facility

Recycled flush water unsafe for drinking.

Pair of shin guards made for bicyclists

Shin pads cannot protect any part of the body they do not cover.

Container of Underarm Deodorant.

Caution: Do not spray in eyes.

Aim-n-Flame fireplace lighter.

Do not use near fire, flame, or sparks.

Toner cartridge for a laser printer

Do not eat toner.

13-inch wheel on a wheelbarrow

Not intended for highway use.

Can of self-defense pepper spray.

May irritate eyes.

Novelty rock garden set called "Popcorn Rock"

Eating rocks may lead to broken teeth.

A frisbee

Warning: May contain small parts.

A toilet bowl cleaning brush.

Do not use orally.

A birthday card for a 1 year old.

Not suitable for children aged 36 months or less.

Heated seat cushion

Warning: Do not use on eyes.

Microwave Oven:

Do not use for drying pets.

Electric Cattle Prod

For use on animals only.

Can of air freshener.

For use by trained personnel only.

Silly Putty

Do not use as ear plugs.

Knife sharpening stone

Warning: knives are sharp!


Do not use intimately.

Rat Poison

Warning: has been found to cause cancer in laboratory mice.

Portable stroller

Caution: Remove infant before folding for storage.

Dashboard of a mail truck

Look before driving.

Children's cough medicine

Do not drive car or operate machinery.

Sign at a railroad station

Beware! To touch these wires is instant death. Anyone found doing so will be prosecuted.

Bottom of a supermarket dessert box

Do not turn upside down.

Package of dice.

Not for human consumption.

Bottled Drink:

Twist top off with hands. Throw top away. Do not put top in mouth.

Shipment of hammers

May be harmful if swallowed.

Manual for an SGI computer.

Do not dangle the mouse by its cable or throw the mouse at co-workers.

Stamped on the metal barrel of a .22 calibre rifle

Warning: Misuse may cause injury or death.

Electric Thermometer.

Do not use orally after using rectally.

Packaging for a chain saw file, used to sharpen the cutting teeth on the chain.

Turn off motor before using this product.

6x10 inch inflatable picture frame

Not to be used as a personal flotation device.

Box of bottle rockets

Do not put in mouth.

Wrapper of a Fruit Roll-Up snack

Remove plastic before eating.

Box for a car jack

For lifting purposes only.

Instructions for a cordless phone:

Do not put lit candles on phone.

Small print from car commercial which shows a car in the ocean

Do not drive cars in ocean.

Small print from a car commercial which shows a vehicle "body-surfing" at a concert

Always drive on roads. Not on people.

Bus Stop

No stopping or standing.

Church Sign

These rows reserved for parents with children.

Bag of Fritos

You could be a winner! No purchase necessary. Details inside.

Credit card statement.

Payment is due by the due date.

Laundromat triple washer

No small children.

Sign in front of a newly renovated ramp that led to the entrance of a building

Take care: new non-slip surface.

Box of Pills

Take one capsule by mouth three times daily until gone.

Instructions on the packaging for a muffin at a 7-11

Remove wrapper, open mouth, insert muffin, eat.

Can of black pepper.

Instructions: usage known.

Bag of cat biscuits

Simply pour the biscuits into a bowl and allow the cat to eat when it wants.

Car Manual

In order to get out of car, open door, get out, lock doors, and then close doors.

Espresso Kettle

The appliance is switched on by setting the on/off switch to the 'on' position.

T.V. manual

Do not pour liquids into your television set.

Label on a hammer

Caution - Do not use this hammer to strike any solid object

VCR box

Instructional video on hooking up VCR included.

Toilet brush

Do not use for personal hygiene.

Black rubber fishing worm

Not for human consumption.

Orange Juice Can:

100% pure all-natural fresh-squeezed orange juice from concentrate.

Depend Adult Diapers

Step into underwear and pull them on just like regular underwear.

Furniture Wipes

Do not use for a baby wipe.

Stickers to put on the seat of a potty training toilet

This is not a toy. Stickers require adult supervision.


Warning: When Motor Is Running - The Blade Is Turning

Instructions on the bottom of a grocery store pizza

Do not turn upside down.

Bottom of a Coca-Cola bottle

Do not open here.

Bottle of bathtub cleaner

For best results, start with clean bathtub before use.

Container of lighter fluid

WARNING: Contents flammable!

Box of household nails

CAUTION! - Do NOT swallow nails! May cause irritation!

Microwave popcorn, packaged so that the directions cannot be read unless you open the plastic and unfold it

Direction #1: Remove plastic.

Drink bottle label

Do not peel label off.

Woolite carpet cleaner

Safe for carpets, too!

Box of Frosted Cheerio's

The logo, "Tastes so good this box never closes," is located just underneath another announcement: "To close: place tab here."


Do not use near fire or flame.

Container of salt

Warning: High in sodium

Hose Nozzle

Do not spray into electrical outlet.

Dumb and Funny Warning Labels On Products?
Oh my god, I laughed sooo hard when I was reading these. I have run into some funny ones myself. I think the best one was for some laundry pre-treater: spray on stain and wash.

Like nobody would have figured that one out. LOL
Reply:But these aren't funny... these are there for protection. Report It

Reply:These aren't for protection. The companies only put this on their products to prevent lawsuits. Report It

Reply:their were 2 many Report It

Reply:oh my i did have a giggle Report It

Reply:You spent some time on this and I did get a laugh from it. Thanks.

we service and repair all

cars foreign and domestic
Reply:That is sooo funny! Did you know that the reason all of these are warnings, is because someone actually did them? It's crazy to think about how ignorant people can be. Thanks for the laugh..
Reply:Wow, that's alot... I like some of them!
Reply:Good, but way tooooooooooooooo long!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reply:LOL very funny
Reply:someone has a lot of time
Reply:LMAO!!!!!!heres some just like those.

on package of peanuts


on a box of bread pudding

product will be hot after heating

on a bathrooms hand dryer


in a maternaty ward


on repair shop door

we can fix anything (please knock,bell out of order)

Living in the UK... expensive, expensive, expensive?

Does anybody find that they are struggling to cope in ths country with rising prices and costs of living. I feel that I am being priced out in every area:

- Unable to afford a new car.

- Unable to go on holiday.

- Unable to start a family (costs of buying baby equipment etc).

- Unable to make home improvements.

- Unable to afford a private pension.

- Unable to afford private medical insurance and dental care.

There are many other things but I could go on all day. Anybody else find themselves in this situation.

Living in the UK... expensive, expensive, expensive?
YES, i have recently just bought a new car but i was lucky because i inherited it. I have a flat in central london but i do have to put more than half of my wages into it.

It is going to be another 10 or so years before i can sell the flat and move somewhere else.

And don't even get me started on congestion charges, i really am just getting extremely ANNOYED about this and it could get worse I pay 64 pounds a week but it is worth it, I just love driving although it would be so much cheaper to get the tube it would also be faster than getting the car, but if you register you’re car as a cab you can pay less than 50 pounds a year. (Found that out from top gear last Sunday).

My job does not provide a pension and I am getting worried about my pension , I am 28 so I guess I would have to start saving up because I do really not want to get a state pension.

Holidays – this Christmas will be my first holiday in 7 years, I am going to Finland with that money I inherited, I cannot wait, it is my girlfriends first trip abroad,

And family – well my girlfriend is a week pregnant , it was an accident and I wish she was not pregnant but she wants to keep it, but I simply do not think that I will be able to afford it.
Reply:yes. it is a struggle
Reply:I have plenty cash, but then I don't waste my cash on going out at the weekend and getting hammered or any of the other useless things most people do spend their money on.
Reply:That is how i feel everything is going up you name it food oil price of fuel on planes stealth taxes maybe we should do what the french do and take to the streets to protest about this govt.
Reply:Yep, its a struggle.

Even if you have a good job its still hard.
Reply:Every one lives to their means, if you got a sudden huge pay rise, you would still have trouble affording things. Every penny is always accounted for and there is hardly anything left for pleasure. It's always been like this especially now. I'm thinking of moving abroad.
Reply:I am in alot of debt and i won't be getting a job this summer ahhhh i won't think about summer for a while or i could cry yes you are correct the UK has taxed as too much and everything is far to expensive why don't you save up and move to a nice european contry your ££'s you saved will go so far over in some of those places! Give it a try but be smart do your research for your housing and jobs out their best of luck!
Reply:No we are O.K zabe, but then we don't go out drinking or smoking, etc. But yes things do seem to be getting more expensive, don't know how young newly weds manage to cope. Especially when they have kids too.

But with many people it doesn't matter how much you've got you'll always want more, and what you've got is never enough.
Reply:each week when we do the shopping it cost's more we buy the same stuf each week and the price is never the same as the week before
Reply:It really is not only a matter of rising prices but also of rising expectations. As recently as twenty years ago people did not expect to be able to afford to have a new car and take a holiday abroad in the same fiscal year; most people never really thought about private medical insurance and the modern rage for making improvements to your home that it does not need simply in the hope of increasing the value of it...well, people still saw their houses as homes and not as investments to be traded up from as quickly as possible.

As for not being able to afford a baby...what that tends to mean and always has meant is that you can not afford to become a parent and still enjoy all of the activities and purchases you want for yourself? Plenty of people on low incomes manage just fine when they have babies although a cot from Mothercare costs the same no matter what your income is.Of course, if your baby needs to have a cot from Harrods you are going to have to learn to save money very carefully.
Reply:Absolutely, so now is the time to get out.

That's Why I live in Spain.

Laws, Rules %26amp; Regulations are different.

Less expensive, with different life-style.


Britain is sinking, Floods %26amp; North Sea.

Stay %26amp; decay.....?
Reply:Most people in UK are coping well just by equiping themselve

to earn more. If you could not, you are a failure. One is free

to immigrate to another country of choice.
Reply:I'm right there with you. The only things I've done out of those is start a family, and get a private pension (through work). Living in London, it's impossible to buy a car. The congestion charge would rob me of £8 a day, the insurance would be too high and petrol prices are rising all the time.

Home inprovements and holidays are out of the question at the moment as I am a single parent and every penny I have goes into clothing and feeding my kids, and keeping a roof over their heads.

And a quick comment to Foo. Not everyone is broke because we're chucking away money on nights out. I have pretty much no social life to speak of. I don't drink alcohol at all, I don't go clubbing, I was dropped in the shite by my loser ex-husband.

Oh, and for the record I don't have any credit cards or loans either, so I'm living just within my means right now.
Reply:yes BLOODY IMPOSSIBLE your not alone even my accountant has a second job

Is anyone interested in100 Ways to Save or Make $100 Bucks?Then read on!?

1. Set up an apple cider stand on a crisp fall day.

2. Start a gift-wrapping service at the holidays.

3. Sell items from the attic using an on-line auction service.

4. Wear your winter coat one more season--you've always loved it, anyway!

5. Set up an automatic paycheck withdrawal for $2 per week.

6. Hold a garage sale.

7. Barter with neighbors or friends for needed household services.

8. Babysit for neighbors.

9. Mow lawns.

10. Post a flyer at the grocery store offering to help people move.

11. Start a spring cleaning service.

12.Walk dogs.

13. Offer seamstress and tailoring services.

14. Sew instead of buying clothes or home accessories.

15. Provide a taxi service for elderly neighbors.

16. Bike to work.

17. Car pool.

18. Use public transportation.

19. Park in the less expensive lots and enjoy the exercise you get from walking!

20. Conserve electricity at home and estimate monthly savings.

21. Find a student (kindergarten through college) who needs a tutor.

22. Cut out candy and snacks; donate what you save on these purchases and dental bills!

23. Take outgrown kids' clothes to a consignment shop.

24. Take your duds from the '70s or '80s to a vintage shop-everything old is new again!

25. Camp instead of staying in hotels on vacation.

26. Give up cable television for a few months--or forever!

27. Pet sit for neighbors who are traveling.

28. Make Saturday "Homemade Pasta Night" instead of dining out.

29. Borrow the latest best-sellers from the library instead of buying them.

30. Give up soft drinks for a whole summer.

31. Take a Thermos of fresh-brewed coffee to work instead of stopping for gourmet brew.

32. For your birthday, ask friends and family to make a gift to Mennonite Board of Missions, Commission on Overseas Mission, Commision on Home Ministries or Ministries Commission, Mennonite Church Canada in your name.

33. Give up your gym membership for the summer and exercise in the fresh air and sunshine.

34. Use coupons when shopping, and donate the savings.

35. Shop at yard sales and thrift stores--you never know when you'll find a hidden treasure.

36. For large household purchases, look for bargains on-line.

37. Pay off credit card debt so no interest collects.

38. Don't let water run while brushing teeth and turn out lights when you leave a room.

39. Offer your services as an office temp or substitute teacher.

40. Design Web sites for local families and businesses.

41. Buy cost-cutter brands for staples and household supplies.

42. Email friends and family instead of calling.

43. Make your own gift cards for holidays and birthdays.

44. Wear more "hand-me-downs" instead of buying new clothes.

45. Buy clothes that mix-and-match for each season.

46. Start flowers from seeds instead of buying seedlings.

47. Put on a family or neighborhood talent show and charge admission.

48. Use vinegar and water for a general household cleaning solution and save on expensive products.

49. Collect cans.

50. Study your health insurance policy and discover ways to avoid health care costs.

51. Plant a larger garden and sell vegetables at a roadside stand.

52. Instead of taking friends or clients out to dinner, send a donation in their name.

53. Donate your holiday club account and give homemade gifts this year.

54. Instead of buying a new CD every week, trade with your friends.

55. Scale back your vacation this year, or choose a service project instead.

56. Wait another six months for any major household purchase.

57. Postpone an upgrade to a software application you use.

58. Make a choice: Chocolate or coffee. Movies or eating out. Experience the one you choose more fully and donate your savings.

59. Buy a live plant instead of fresh flowers to decorate your table.

60. Love your looks--give up hair color, permanents, and other things that detract from your natural beauty.

61. Learn calligraphy and make money addressing invitations and lettering announcements.

62. For special family nights, plan on a video and pizza at home instead of dinner and a movie out.

63. Take the kids to the grocery store with you instead of hiring a babysitter.

64. Restrict your use of the cellular phone to emergencies only.

65. Choose eyeglasses with a sun clip instead of buying prescription sunglasses.

66. Wait for summer clothes to go on sale.

67. Be creative with leftovers--use them for work lunches.

68. Find loose change and save it in a coffee can for a year.

69. Bathe the dog yourself and save the groomer's costs.

70. Do your own house painting this spring instead of hiring a professional.

71. Play tennis on the public courts and save fees.

72. Give up golf for a few weekends and hike in a state park instead.

73. Rake lawns in your neighborhood in the fall.

74. Donate your expense checks from work-related travel.

75. Hold a bake sale.

76. Have friends over for parlor games instead of going out to the theater or a concert.

77. Shovel snow for money.

78. Organize a neighborhood car wash.

79. Sell lemonade on a hot summer day.

80. Take used sporting equipment to resale shops.

81. Buy a frozen pizza and cook it instead of ordering one from a pizza place.

82. Assign a dollar amount to each book or page a family member reads, then donate family earnings.

83. When you order fast food, don't supersize it! Ask for water instead of a soft drink.

84. Get rid of your lawn service and donate savings.

85. Start a babysitting coop with people from your church or neighborhood, and donate the money you save on sitters.

86. Dust off that bread machine and treat yourself to homebaked bread for pennies.

87. Offer a matching gift to family members who contribute to Mennonite Board of Missions, Commission on Overseas Missions, Commission on Home Ministries or Ministries Commission, Mennonite Church Canada.

88. Check to see if your public health department offers low-cost vaccines.

89. Plan several vegetarian meals each week.

90. Sell your famous preserves or fruitcake to friends looking for holiday gifts.

91. Buy next year's holiday supplies at day-after sales.

92. Learn how to change the oil in your car.

93. Skip purchasing season football tickets and have friends over to watch the game on TV.

94. Get rid of phone service add-ons--call waiting can wait!

95. Set the thermostat at 65 and snuggle under a blanket.

96. Only go to matinee showings of movies.

97. Choose the cheap seats for concerts and sporting events.

98. Start a resume or word-processing service.

99. Find a housemate.

100. Organize a cycling or running event with people donating a specific amount per mile covered.

Is anyone interested in100 Ways to Save or Make $100 Bucks?Then read on!?
That must have taken alot of time to write! (unless you just found the list somewhere on the internet)

Good ways to make money, i think maybe il try some.
Reply:i'm sorry to tell you but this is just too long


Medical job without heavy lifting?

I am interested in a career in the medical or health field. I love helping people, and I greatly enjoy learning about medical and health related issues. Problem is I herniated 5 spinal disks back in 2001 and lifting anything above 15 pounds is still risky. I would like a clinical position, as opposed to an administrative/paperwork job. I have checked into diagnostic medical sonography, radiology technology, physical therapy, etc. - but they all require you to be able to lift patients. I have thought about dental hygiene - but I don't find the field of dentistry appealing. I also thought about being a nurse in a doctor's office since there should be little to no lifting - but the internships are done in hospitals so while in school, I would be expected to lift patients. Can anyone think of a clinical position in medicine where I wouldn't have to lift patients or move heavy equipment? (Even Respitory Therapists have to push machines that weigh 600 pounds.) Thanks in advance!

Medical job without heavy lifting?
first thing that pops into my head is pharmacy.

i almost went that route. but decided to go with emergency medicine instead.

reasoning, is that i did a job shadow for a day, with a pharmacist. i got his insight, and watch him do his job

i walked away, with the knowledge that it is the most boring/repatative job in the health-field today. of course there important, and 1 slight miscount in dosage could kill someone. it is still repatative and boring (this is actually what the pharmacist told me)......

it sounds like it might suit you, atleast for now. alot of pharmacys need pharmacy tech's. catch is that your standing all the time. but atleast doing a few months at that job, you'd walk away with a good refrence, and a foot in the door, that leads you into the medical world
Reply:Nutritional therapist.

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