August 10, 2009
"Wow, that's an impressive resume. Nurse of the year, you say?"
A Connecticut woman who authorities say spent more than $2,000 to stage a dinner honoring her as "Nurse of the Year" has been charged with pretending to be a nurse at a doctor's office. Betty Lichtenstein, 56, of Norwalk was charged Thursday.
Prosecutors say Dr. Gerald Weiss believed Lichtenstein was a registered nurse, especially after she was named the Connecticut Nursing Association's "Nurse of the Year" in 2008.
According to the arrest warrant, that association does not exist.
I'm going to drop my usual disdain for dishonesty and give the crazy lady mad props for this AWESOME method of getting a job. Of course, she should go to prison for a long time because she decided to attempt nursing without any qualifications. Still, the attempt was EPIC.
Maybe you should try being "Congressional Staffer of the Year." I hear they have no qualifications of note.
Ooh... sick Vinty burn!
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