'Comparatively' little pay. I'm from the UK where sure, they can earn a decent amount of money, but compared to the people they work with, and for the amount of work they have to do*, it's not all that much - there's a reason why the NHS has to bring in loads of nurses from overseas, from nations where that kind of money is seen as more.
*Yes, I'm aware there are bad nurses- thanks to my mum's illnesses as I was growing up I've come across some terrible nurses- but I've also come across some really, really good ones and you really shouldn't disparage them all because of the bad ones you meet.
ps when you say inability, do you mean they try and fail, or they simply won't? Coz if it's something they're supposed to be able to do, then yeah, that's poor, but there are obviously things nurses simply aren't allowed to do, or not allowed to without supervision from a doctor. And I've met a couple who are frustrated by that fact.
I haven't seen anyone ask why people don't just wear earplugs, mostly I'd imagine because someone did just wear earplugs. If you think of it logically as a virus that infects people you have to then say that being in the hermetically sealed room shouldn't stop him controlling anyone who'd been in his presence in the last 12 hours, like Jessica just after she put him in, because they'd still be infected- but obviously that isn't the case. You just have to accept the rules as given to us.
Yeah, away at Leicester, a point isn't bad, especially given what I thought would happen when I saw the midfield (Schweini was much more mobile than he often has been for us, so credit there).
Surprise surprise, when Memphis replaced Rooney we improved. 20 minutes isn't a lot to go on but I'd like to see him given a go in that position, especially as long as Herrera's out - he honestly looks more natural central than out wide.
I think the annoying twins worked in terms of idea, and in the end I didn't mind Ruben and felt bad when he said 'I love her' and sealed his fate, but Robyn was simply overplayed and overwritten as way too shrill and needlessly antagonistic, so I struggled to feel sympathy for her even when she deserved it.
Other than that, I really liked it. I do agree with the complaints that it was about 2 episodes too long, and that parts of the finale were underwritten (the plan with the hoodie was just pointless), but overall, fantastic.
I love that there are loads of thematic things going on but we aren't bashed over the head with them. Compare the discussion of agency and responsibility, and indeed of casual sexism, here with the cartoon feminism of something like Agent Carter - it's very impressive. Likewise, the exploration of various kinds of exploitative and controlling relationship was done without ever drawing attention to the fact that that's what it was doing, which a lot of shows would have done.
More obviously, pretty much all the characters apart from said neighbours were great (well, proto-Nuke was okay). Jessica and Kilgrave knocked it out the park, obviously, but so did Malcolm, Trish (I really wasn't sure about her character early on but it ended up being a really convincing relationship), Luke, and Hogarth.
I like in particular that Jeri, despite being the slimiest of shady, unscrupulous, storybook lawyers, was written to be an actual person with emotions and hopes and fears, and even at some points something of a sense of honour and morality.
It boggles my mind that anyone would choose to be a nurse too, but that's not coz of lack of respect. It's coz they're expected to work so ridiculously hard with long and unsociable hours for relatively little pay.
Everton aren't going to finish above Spurs and probably not above Liverpool either (although injuries will have a lot to say there), so something spectacular would have to happen for them to finish top 4.