Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Cleaning Up??....9/6

A different perspective:

You have to wonder what is going on. Apparently they are cleaning the place up in Paris (the fountain even works!), over-staffing in non-critical areas (2 nurses for 3 patients in some areas) and even Ducks and the Connster were seen roaming the halls "inspecting" everything this last week. Looks a whole lot like a potential buyer is looking to view the place or else they are expecting a "surprise" inspection from a state agency.
I think I would go with the former.
Cleaning up, or ride-sharing....


Anonymous said...

April 26, 2010

Batten & Shaw, Inc. has been selected as the construction management (CM) firm for the Northward Bound project. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Batten & Shaw is a hospital construction company and has worked on projects in 25 states, including numerous projects in Texas. For more information, visit

Went to the website and clicked under "projects" and PRMC was not even listed. Ducks has done it again. Liar, liar, pants on fire. Essent should be ashamed for misleading the public and employees on the move to North. Just heard the other day that they were refurbing Plummers old offices for some new docs. If PRMC is moving north, then why the refurbing of old and asbestos filled buildings?

Anonymous said...

Remember- moving costs money, and it could be that Duckwad noticed that there wasn't enough cash in the piggy bank (ducky bank) to finance such a move. Then again, if the place could be going on the sale block, it makes no sense to blow a wad of dough on a remodel & move when you're only going to sell.

Of course, that's sheer speculation. What goes on in Duckwad's pointed head (as well as the suits in NashVegas) is anybody's guess.

Or it could just be the sound of crickets chirping in an empty room.....who knows?

From Java said...

like on harry potter film's ... hahha

Anonymous said...

Didn't know the cleanup involved Duckers leaving, or is that a mere coincidence? And is his leaving a voluntary thing, or was it a leave-or-we-make-you-leave thing?

The Snooze printed a really gushy, sunshine-and-puppies editorial about Duckers that was so sickly sweet it should have carried a warning to diabetics. Typical for the Snooze.