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Periodo: 2001 - 2010
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23/02/2015 - 08:40 - YOUR KIDS ARE RIGHT. THE PROSPECT FOR MONEY SHUOLD scrive:
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23/02/2015 - 05:54 - BACK THEN, NURSES WERE MORE LIKE A MDLENISS ROBOT scrive:
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23/02/2015 - 05:45 - ACCORDING TO STUDIES MADE, BY CNANGIHG THE COLORS scrive:
according to studies made, by cnangihg the colors of the doctors and nurses uniforms to scrubs; it helps to allay the patients' anxieties re hospitals. the reasoning was that hospitals were associated with white ; pain; illnesses and death. . that's why even the curtains in most hospitals are in colors now.. besides, the splatter of blood is easily visible in white. whites also indicate sterility and are quite conservative. scrubs are more practical, easy to maintain; do not need ironing and are cost effective.as more durable. pretty colors can bring happinesss. and an upbeat attitude among the patients. a lot of people have problems with white uniforms because nurses deal with bodily fluids all day and their uniforms get soiled. it is nearly impossible to keep them clean. the white uniform also has the angel image problem. it harks back to the time when nurses were thought of as spiritual characters who provide emotional comfort, not professionals who save lives. when you are perceived as an angel, people don't have a problem asking you to work 15-hour shifts without a break. potential drawback on this:in a lot of hospitals, nurses are being replaced with technicians to save money. some hospitals require everyone to wear generic scrubs and forbid nurses to identify themselves as registered nurses.if they did, the patients and families would know just how few nurses there are on staff.white uniforms do have the advantage of being distinctive, and obviously they would help patients identify nurses, given the profession's traditional association with the color. moreover, some may see white as preferable to what the article describes as pajamalike scrubs splattered with colorful flowers, images of spongebob squarepants or candy canes, which may encourage people to regard nurses as something other than serious professionals. so the white uniforms can enhance or restore professionalism to this field.; however, it can prevent individual expression. some scrubs are quite attractive and if you have an unflattering figure, it can hide a lot. they come in pretty standard sizes of large- medium and small and are quite inexpensive. .white uniforms are much more expensive. nursing uniforms in colors or scrubs can actually be a factor in short-staffing and the shortage. it can improve the morale among nurses. thus, the improved image of nurses makes for an increase in numbers of potential nurses. .
23/02/2015 - 05:22 - SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE, FOR THE SAKE OF THE AP scrive:
something needs to be done, for the sake of the appearance of being poeorssifnal, as well as being clear who is or is not a nurse. we are a healthcare team, and i get that. however the phlebotomist, registration representative and the environmental services aid should not be confused with or assumed to the nurse because they are all wearing scrubs. the folks who work in him/medical records at my hospital wear scrubs for goodness sake! i wear or scrubs at work , because i'm in pacu, but even then you can't tell a nurse from a specialty tech or environmental services aid. i personally as a patient, family member and rn would love to see all nurses, that aren't in an areathat necessitates or scrubs, wear a white uniform top/scrub top/jacket and whatever solid color pants you prefer whether you are in a hospital setting or a doctor's office. i know that we are in the real world, and not in the world of dr. kildare or marcus welby, but when you watch those shows today, there certainly isn't any question with regard to who is or isn't the nurse!if you get something on your white top, use bleach, peroxide or britewite when you launder, and press on!i do agree that peds environments should be exempt the character tops do help with the kids, but there should still be something clearly identifying the nurse as the nurse. we nurses are not always respected poeorssifnally, and there seems to be a lack of understanding why this is happening. i know i certainly don't want to be wearing a dress and hose, muchless a hat and cape when i'm caring for patients in the ed or the icu, but we have do something to distinguish ourselves as nurses in our appearance beyond that of our id badge.
23/02/2015 - 05:18 - IT WASN'T DRAINING BUT THERE WAS URINE IN THE TUIB scrive:
it wasn't draining but there was urine in the tuibng and i appeared groggy which the nurse determined from the aide's report was due to the medication and she would see me later on rounds. the truth-septicemia had set in less than 6 hours from recovery room, the urine had backed up into my bladder which was really bad since i had one kidney left since i had donated the other a few years before, blood pressure 70 s/40 s, wbc went from 7,000 pre-surgery to over 21,000 and my bladder was distended. the nurse made rounds as i was calling my co-workers in the er to tell them i had an incompetent nurse that wouldn't listen and needed one of them. when did it become the responsibility of the acutely ill patient to decifer who is delivering their care each time they come in contact a health care provider? which is more important and true health care, making health care delivery more convenient for the patient by color coding such as white for nurses or satifying our own wants/needs to wear what we find appealing/attractive. wearing white does not make you a better nurse, deliver better care or mean you are egotistical. it is about making things easier for the patient. in regards to comments about professional attire, wearing white is based upon public perception and equated to other professional dress which is something that is difficult to change. let's say you are the person in charge of the hospital and you need to find a company to handle the hospitals and employees financial investments. you have narrowed it down to three institutions that have great reputations with similar returns and competency, so you go to these institutions to talk business. institution a reveals everyone's dress is clean,neat and business casual, no suits, just looks like a fun place. the executive is dressed in nice casual shirt/blouse and pants. instution b reveals people in business suits but the women are wearing trendy attire such as bright flowery print dresses and the man you meet with is wearing a cartoon character on his tie. institution c reveals clerical wearing traditional business attire, the people you meet are wearing traditional business suits, knee length skirts and mundane stripped ties. while the dress of the employees at institution c doesn't make them more competent or professional than the other institutions, the public would generally perceive them as more professional due to traditional perceptions of what constitutes certain professional attire.granted when going to lunch or leaving i get stopped alot more in the hallways or parking lots because someone needs help. they see a nurse and equate nurses with someone who will help them. guess that is why i became a nurse, to serve the public. when i'm tired i just have to remember, it's not about me, it's about them. if i don't like it and when i think health care is about me, that's when i need to quit nursing.
23/02/2015 - 05:02 - UNPROFESSIONAL THAN A BLOOD STAIN IN A CERTAIN LOI scrive:
unprofessional than a blood stain in a certain loitacon; be it fresh or old. as to others seeing your underwear, my very wise instructors taught us to wear flesh colored underwear under our white pants; and it works well for both thin and thick materials.as to wearing a white sleeveless frock/vest, or lab jacket excuse me but not all nurses are skinny mini's who don't pour sweat when working on the floor, transferring patients, doing rom exercises, or cleaning rooms in preparation of new admits when housekeeping is either gone or preoccupied elsewhere. for some of us, adding another layer of uniform is just not a feasible option.and no, not everyone looks good in white. personally, with my red hair and skin tone, i look like a sallow faced, death warmed over zombie in white. and i doubt any patient would like that specter leaning over them at any time, day or night. as to facility mandated color coded uniforms since i own several weeks worth of scrubs, including tastefully decorated holiday tops; i am all for the switch over to a decent color that looks good on all persons especially if the facility where to reimburse me for the thousands of dollars i've spent on my uniforms and the upkeep of them over the years. additionally, i further support this move if the facility provides the uniforms to me at no cost and provides the laundering for said uniforms. i don't know about any other nurses out there but, i have a family to support and am the only bread winner at this time. i need every penny i can keep in my household to pay for bills, gasoline, and food for a family of 4. the added expense of purchasing additional uniforms just isn't financially feasible for me. that's not to say i don't find today's fashion trends in the wearing of uniforms/scrubs disturbing. i find myself fighting the urge to de-pants techs who's pants legs are so long on them that they wrap under their shoes; or those techs (typically female techs) who wear their scrubs two sizes too big so that they can roll the waist band down to their hips. this kind of dress behavior throws all nursing professionals into that distasteful light of ladies of the night who began our profession. there is absolutely no need to look tacky in your uniform; you have an important job to do and you should always look your best. if your pant legs are to long, buy them shorter or have them hemmed to fit you correctly. if your tops are to tight, buy a larger size for goodness sake! we are here to do a job, not look like we are going out on the town to have a party. uniforms needs to be loose enough to allow free and full body movements but not so loose as to look like a vagabond. and every facility i have worked at over the last 19 years has had a dress code policy; it is up to the employees to have enough self respect and courtesy to follow that dress code and it is the responsibility of the supervisors to ensure that employees are educated and redirected when they cross the dress code policy.should nurses go back to wearing all white dresses, hose, and shoes and the infernal hat? emphatically no. should nurses have well fitted, job appropriate, nice looking and individuality respectful uniforms? yes. does a uniform make one automatically professional? no. it is that person's dedication to their chosen profession, their commitment every day to be the best nurse he/she can be, and to give the most compassionate ( it could be me lying there ) care that they are humanly possible of giving? yes.as much as i have enjoyed this debate and listening to the pro-white and pro-choice nurses, maybe we should ban together and tackle the really tough issues facing nursing today like nurse-to-patient ratios so that we can give the best possible, competent, and compassionate care we can? to borrow a phrase from one of my nursing instructors, when you are at work and faced with a decision, ask yourself, what would flo[rence nightingale] do? just my tuppence.
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22/02/2015 - 16:23 - I THINK YOU SHOULD BECMOE A DOCTOR. VIDEO GAME DES scrive:
i think you should becmoe a doctor. video game designer sounds like a fun job but it is all about what you feel. would rather save lives or create somthing that little kids get addicted to and not get excercise over? so would you rather save lives or make kids be unhealthy?
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22/02/2015 - 16:08 - LOVE GREYSON ANATOMY SCBURS, SOFT WASH UP GREAT AN scrive:
love greyson anatomy scburs, soft wash up great and look professional, tons of pockets. must haves great scissors, from china now originally from germany . hemostats. alcohol in pockets, never have an excuse to not scrub the hub. use same alcohol wipes to clean stetoscope between patients.i need chapstick, so when it on sale at the store 10 for $10 i grab a coupon and buy it for my patients they are grateful, bring old magazines from home ,remove your name and leave them in the waiting room.sugar free mints, yes i share with coworkers. 3 pens , usually i give one away. at the dollar store i buy the round squishy pillows for pts with chest tubes ,long piece of paper tape and that can splint the site, which hurts like hell, a calculator, a strong penlight, which helps find the insertion site for female foleys and check pupils and injury around the eyes. most important axe spray for men after baths, shower to shower for everybody, hit the dollar store for bath wash ,i save the condition from the hair dye and use that to untangle matted hair. make them look beautiful, it shows you care and please clean up the room!
22/02/2015 - 16:00 - RHONA, I AM VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. THE GOOD LO scrive:
rhona, i am very sorry for your loss. the good lord came and took him from you, it was his time, no ones fault, no one to blame. he now enjoys the betauy of heaven and wants you to let this go and live until that very day when you will see him again. nurses are definitely overworked, but it is hospital administration that should evaluate staffing and make changes.
22/02/2015 - 15:46 - JAMIE, THANKYOU SO MUCH FOR JONINIG IN! I LOVE YOU scrive:
jamie, thankyou so much for joninig in! i love your photos . how adorable are your children? so cute. and you look fab in your scrubs...what is it they call it... a 'yummy mummy'? i was looking for your meme yesterday and couldn't find it. will you be doing it next week? i would love to join in.
22/02/2015 - 13:40 - WELL I GUESS THAT WHAT YOU'RE MORE INTERESTED IN. scrive:
well i guess that what you're more interested in. r u good with cpoeutmr codes and stuff have great imagination?or r u more into reading and have good problem solving and multi-tasking skills?personally as i am on way to become a doctor myself i'd say choose medicine!!!the satisfaction of helping another person is worth all the hard work and sweat!! http://ayelln.com [url=http://xnojup.com]xnojup[/url] [link=http://upzamw.com]upzamw[/link]
22/02/2015 - 13:07 - I HAVE BEEN AN ASSOCIAT DERGEE RN FOR 40 YEARS AND scrive:
i have been an associat dergee rn for 40 years and still working. my biggest complaint is the dress code of todays nurses. i resent seeing long colored nails and long hair and they all look like everyone else and the patients dont know who is who taking care of them and this leads to no respect in our field. also all the younger nurses are resentful to work on holidays, weekends and overtime. they work in a hospital for about 1 year and then they want to take less money and go to clinics. what are they teaching these days? http://fscvllaswwn.com [url=http://mpbbujtdrgo.com]mpbbujtdrgo[/url] [link=http://trlxyct.com]trlxyct[/link]
22/02/2015 - 12:52 - I AM A NEW GRADUATE MALE NURSE, SLHTLGIY SILVER HA scrive:
i am a new graduate male nurse, slhtlgiy silver hair 57yr old, with two 30 yr careers behind me (non medical) and when i come to the floor,,,immediatly i am the doctor ..no matter which patient i receive i spend each sentence correcting the pt and the family that i am not their new doctor but do they listen? i am always being called to the pt's respective doc wanting to know why they are being replaced with the new male doctor that is always looking in on them like a nurse..help> .i am getting so tired of this..i think i am wearing a sign saying i am not a md!regards dj http://zzngjrfedy.com [url=http://qkwyfnytr.com]qkwyfnytr[/url] [link=http://rdlnzzt.com]rdlnzzt[/link]
21/02/2015 - 16:13 - I HAVE BEEN AN ASSOCIAT DGEERE RN FOR 40 YEARS AND scrive:
i have been an associat dgeere rn for 40 years and still working. my biggest complaint is the dress code of todays nurses. i resent seeing long colored nails and long hair and they all look like everyone else and the patients dont know who is who taking care of them and this leads to no respect in our field. also all the younger nurses are resentful to work on holidays, weekends and overtime. they work in a hospital for about 1 year and then they want to take less money and go to clinics. what are they teaching these days?
21/02/2015 - 15:25 - I HAD A SUPERVISOR THAT WOULD ALYWAS COMPLAIN ABOU scrive:
i had a supervisor that would alywas complain about every and anything that could possibly be wrong with her. while it's nice to share and all, it gets old when all you do is whine every time you make an appearance. one minute it's her weight then the next it's her arthritis. while she had never revealed her age to anyone i knew just off appearance that she had to be well into her 40 s (not that i was a spring chicken at the time this occurred- 37) so one day while she started on her next complaint barrage i just couldn't resist. she started off that she had a headache, was exhausted from not getting any sleep and that yet again her arthritis was acting up. i slowly turned in my chair to face her and replied well, those things do come with menopause . the look on her face, priceless. she has stopped complaining.
21/02/2015 - 11:28 - HOLD YOUR PATIENTS' HAND AND RNMIED HER THAT HER B scrive:
hold your patients' hand and rnmied her that her body is undergoing a very sudden and massive change after childbirth with all kinds of hormones flooding her system.the biggest thing that the normal' mom with pp depression has is fear that she will not be able to bond with her new baby and take care of her other children. and this is a very real problem now that close support systems (grannys, neighbors, etc.) often work, live far away and are otherwise not around to help with a newborn, other children and a frazzled and worn-out new mother.very often an antidepressant can help over the pp recovery period if an alert nurse can bring it to the mds' attention because the new mom very often will not admit a problem in front of her husband, family, etc. but this is a woman thing and we have to help our sisters take care of themselves!
21/02/2015 - 11:23 - PLEASE DON'T LUMP ALL OF US YOUNGER NUSERS-TO-BE A scrive:
please don't lump all of us younger nusers-to-be and new nusers in the same generalization. when i finally graduate and enter the workforce, the latter of which i'm sure will be more difficult than the former given the current job market, i'll gladly work holidays, weekends, and overtime. whatever it takes. after all, a day is a day is a day; it's what you make of it that gives any certain day its importance. for all the new nusers who don't want to work the aforementioned, there are those, such as myself, who are eager to. and yet, at least when /i/ have shown my enthusiasm for putting in the extra elbow grease, i've been scorned for my enthusiasm for work, or told that i am greedy and that i am taking away the extra money of shift differential from those who deserve it . i'm not trying to point fingers at any one nursing population. in fact, i wholeheartedly agree that many new graduate nusers seem to have gone into nursing for entirely the wrong reason. but, please, do not lump us all together.
21/02/2015 - 11:19 - I'VE BEEN AN RN FOR A LITTLE OVER 30 YRS, AND YES, scrive:
i've been an rn for a little over 30 yrs, and yes, i'd rirete if i could, but i can't. i've had many (more each year) tactless and rude comments when will you rirete, can you rirete, let me show you how to work this (iv pump). oh, ok grandma . this is annoying, but all rn's should be aware that if these sorts of questions are coming from hro, from your supervisor, etc, you can and should go to eeo. anyone over 40 who is asked questions of the type mentioned by the person who runs marathons and so on, are completely out of line and actually illegal. you won't lose your job over going to eeo either. for younger women in any profession, an illegal and inapproapriate question is: do you plan to have kids/ do you have kids. i knew a very nice md whose office manager in interviewing people for him routinely asked these questions. i don't know if she didn't know any better, and i imagine he had no idea but it is not allowed to be asked at all. don't come back early from maternity leave because they need you so badly .no one is indispensible. enjoy your time, which will never come again.
21/02/2015 - 10:41 - GOOD ADVICE. THIS SULOHD BE PRACTICED BY ANY NEW P scrive:
good advice. this sulohd be practiced by any new professional (and the seasoned ones too!) in the medical field. we have travelers that would also benefit from phone interview tips. good suggestion, jeff!
21/02/2015 - 10:15 - RHONA: JOHN IS CORRECT. THINGS THAT NURESS DO OR D scrive:
rhona: john is correct. things that nuress do or do not do, most likely we are instructed to follow. nurses care for the patients the best way possible given the restrictions; ex. staff is cut when patient census drops, medical care reform bills decrease available supplies and give nuress higher nurse to patient ratios, many patients seek care too late, some mistakes are made because the nurse/staff member is over worked or too busy to notice fine details, etc. death of a loved one is difficult to accept, especially if they die in a hospital. unless an investigation is done to prove negligence in your husband’s death, please do not allow your anger to trickle to other staff/nuress. even if the hospital is responsible, please consider, your experience is not a common problem, and hospitals will learn from the mistakes made to prevent it happening it again. our society is bond by human and technology, both are infallible. the media focuses on the rare occasions where deaths occur, getting the viewers uptight and fearful. so when patients come to the hospital, they feel their life is over. i hope you do not let this prevent you from seeking medical care, but question everything, if not for your understanding then for your safety in helping that staff member or nurse from preventing an error.
21/02/2015 - 07:25 - A CO-WORKER TOOK AN IMMEDIATE DSIILKE TO ME AS SHE scrive:
a co-worker took an immediate dsiilke to me as she trained me on the unit, because i didn't ask her enough questions. she thought i should kneel to her obvious expertise. well, although i'd only been on the floor for a little while, i'd been a nurse at other facilities for much longer. i didn't need help with charting, and if i needed assistance, i asked. her latest dig at me was about my hair (it's silver, i have vitiligo, and my hair has lost color since i was 12). she commented to another staff member that she would do such and such when (her) hair is grey!). i about knocked her out, but i remembered i could allow her to manipulate me to anger, or i could smile and remind myself of her ignorance.
21/02/2015 - 05:40 - RHONA, I AM VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. THE GOOD LO scrive:
rhona, i am very sorry for your loss. the good lord came and took him from you, it was his time, no ones fault, no one to blame. he now enjoys the betuay of heaven and wants you to let this go and live until that very day when you will see him again. nurses are definitely overworked, but it is hospital administration that should evaluate staffing and make changes.
21/02/2015 - 04:54 - I HAD A SUPERVISOR THAT WOULD ALAYWS COMPLAIN ABOU scrive:
i had a supervisor that would alayws complain about every and anything that could possibly be wrong with her. while it's nice to share and all, it gets old when all you do is whine every time you make an appearance. one minute it's her weight then the next it's her arthritis. while she had never revealed her age to anyone i knew just off appearance that she had to be well into her 40 s (not that i was a spring chicken at the time this occurred- 37) so one day while she started on her next complaint barrage i just couldn't resist. she started off that she had a headache, was exhausted from not getting any sleep and that yet again her arthritis was acting up. i slowly turned in my chair to face her and replied well, those things do come with menopause . the look on her face, priceless. she has stopped complaining.
20/02/2015 - 21:18 - PLEASE DON'T LUMP ALL OF US YOUNGER NUESRS-TO-BE A scrive:
please don't lump all of us younger nuesrs-to-be and new nuesrs in the same generalization. when i finally graduate and enter the workforce, the latter of which i'm sure will be more difficult than the former given the current job market, i'll gladly work holidays, weekends, and overtime. whatever it takes. after all, a day is a day is a day; it's what you make of it that gives any certain day its importance. for all the new nuesrs who don't want to work the aforementioned, there are those, such as myself, who are eager to. and yet, at least when /i/ have shown my enthusiasm for putting in the extra elbow grease, i've been scorned for my enthusiasm for work, or told that i am greedy and that i am taking away the extra money of shift differential from those who deserve it . i'm not trying to point fingers at any one nursing population. in fact, i wholeheartedly agree that many new graduate nuesrs seem to have gone into nursing for entirely the wrong reason. but, please, do not lump us all together.
17/06/2014 - 17:09 - GIORGIO scrive:
e' la terza volta che guardo scrubs dalla prima alla nona stagione e non mi annoia mai...credo proprio che questa serie mi abbia insegnato molto più di quanto abbia insegnato la vita
23/01/2014 - 03:08 - LUCA scrive:
salve a tutti, anche per me scrubs rappresenta la migliore serie di sempre, e rivedendo all'infinito diverse puntate (ormai lo faccio da anni) mi appunto delle cose, ad esempio: perché quando jd viene e dico viene punto da un ago infetto, kelso se la prende con lui anziche con laverne, visto che la colpa è stata completamente sua???o almeno così mi è sembrato di vedere.
23/08/2013 - 20:05 - ANDREA scrive:
questa è probabolmente la puntata che preferisco, e una delle migliori e più curate. ormai guardo scrubs da anni e faccio il giro di tutte le 8 serie due o tre volte l'anno. non mi annoia mai, mi commuove sempre e riesce sempre a farmi ridere come, quesi, la prima volta
02/08/2013 - 18:32 - SOFIA NANNETTI scrive:
ommiodio se mi dovessero chiedere cos'è scrubs per me io direi..tutto!!cavolo questa serie mi ha insegnato tantissime cose mi ha fatto ridere tannto e mi ha fatto commuovere ormai ogni personaggio è come se esistesse nella mia vita reale.si lo so sembro un po'esagerata ma è questo quello che provo verso le serie creata da bill lawrence.non ce la farei la guardo da quando sono piccola.scrubs=vita
26/07/2013 - 20:45 - ANDREA scrive:
scrubs è la mia ragione di vita.
10/05/2013 - 16:37 - DAVIDE scrive:
io mo scrubs !!!!!!!
10/05/2013 - 16:37 - LILI scrive:
bellissimo istruttivo significativo.... io avro visto tutti gli episodi di titte le serie almeno 5volte e ancora continuo e non mi stanco .. forza scubs !!!
30/06/2010 - 12:48 - SABRINA scrive:
è fantastico..mi mette troppo di buon umore! compro le serie su internet..oggi è arrivata la settima! ormai è come una droga!:) nn so come farò quando avrò finito di vederle tutte! cox è il migliore! curiosità: ho letto che jd e turk sn migliori amici anche nella vita reale!:)
13/06/2010 - 18:37 - ANDREA scrive:
stupenda..la scoprendo solo ora e so di aver perso una delle migliori serie telesive del decennio,però sto recuperando..jd è un mito....i love scrubs
07/05/2010 - 13:41 - ROBERTO scrive:
grandioso il piu bel telefilm degli ultimi 30 anni trasmette tantissime emozione per questo è cosi grandioso e anche se nn vende tantissimo dovrebbe continuare
03/05/2010 - 00:19 - EMILY scrive:
dipende molto dalle stagioni!! cox cmq rimane il mio preferito, ma elliot quando parla mi fa schiantare!!! nella 8 stagione, ho rivalutato molto kelso! scrubs per sempre!!!! xd
11/04/2010 - 21:53 - LULLU scrive:
w il dt.cox
11/04/2010 - 07:14 - LULLU scrive:
si hai ragione jd è fantastico ma non credere che superi dt.cox è bravo ed anche molto bello e fa dei movimenti con le mani molto belli!!!!
07/04/2010 - 19:13 - SARA scrive:
jd è fantastico il mio preferito!!!come si fa ad avere una fantasia del genere??lui dice che "basta inclinare un pò la testa a sinistra e lasciare libera la mente!"
05/04/2010 - 14:36 - LULLU scrive:
avete ragione voi chi adorate??? io : il dott. cox ed anche l'inserviente
22/07/2009 - 14:10 - MARY scrive:
bellissimo...mi chiedo come possano pensare di farlo terminare...
02/07/2009 - 20:01 - EMILIANO scrive:
è stupendo , spero che lo ri diano in tv
02/07/2009 - 20:01 - EMILIANO scrive:
è stupendo , spero che lo ri diano in tv
17/09/2008 - 21:38 - CRISNIK scrive:
e bellisimo, fa molto ridere pultroppo spero che nn finisca alla 7 stagione ma che vadi avanti lasciat anche voi i commenti forse faranno nuove stagioni

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