Shea's Career versus Jason's Career

Anybody watch Kenny v. Spenny on CBC?  Great show.  Here's my version – Shea v. Jay. 

(My wife is a cardiac nurse for anyone who doesn't know.) 

Shea: Has concerns about the noise of the students in the building affecting her ability to work the following day. 
Jay: Is usually one of the students causing a disturbance.

Shea: Has people's lives in her hands everyday. 
Jay: Will be able to waive overdue fees for his friends.

Shea: Works 12-hour shifts that require her to get up at 6am and not get home until after 7pm. 
Jay: Tries to work his schedule so that none of his 3-hour classes are in the morning. 

Shea:
Can successfully draw blood from the thinnest vein.
Jay: Can successfully write a 10-page paper from the thinnest of premises.

Shea: Has to wear a uniform. 
Jay: Occasionally tries to comb his hair.

Shea: Tries to find the balance between the wishes of doctors, co-workers, patients and their families. 
Jay: Tries to find the balances between going for drinks at the Grad Club, the Spoke, Alex P. Keaton's and his balcony. 

Shea: Learning to read EKG's was a challenge at first. 
Jay: Learning to read was a challenge at first.

Shea: Her career is regulary voted “most trusted” in polls of the general public. 
Jay: Common general public perception that all male librarians are homosexuals. 

Shea:
Perhaps surprisingly, the two things a majority of nurses agree are the
most disgusting aspects of their job are phleghm and dirty feet. 
Jay: Perhaps surprisingly, he would like to be a children's librarian, in spite of the runny noses and dirty hands. 

Shea: Got to watch an open heart surgery today as part of her training!  (How frickin' cool is that?)
Jay:
Wonders if they'll cover the treatment of papercuts in any of his library classes this year?

Shea: Regularly has to work with catheters and other items the public might find unpleasant. 
Jay: Still unsure what a “Dewey” is. 


Shea: Previously worked as a neuro-rehab nurse dealing with brain-injured patients. 
Jay:
Has been known to say that he met his wife when she worked as a neuro-rehab nurse and he was a brain-injured patient.

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