A nurse's refusal to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation a dying 87-year-old woman at a California independent living home despite desperate pleas from an emergency dispatcher has prompted outrage and spawned a criminal investigation.
“The Kiss”, a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square following Truman’s announcement in August 1945 the surrender of Japan. Originally photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine. Many have claimed to be the nurse and sailor, but the mystery remains. The statue “Unconditional Surrender” a 26-foot-tall statue by Seward Johnson is in Sarasota, FL. Sadly, the day I took a picture, someone later drove (not an easy task) into the statue and it has since been removed for repair.
Loretta Swit played head nurse and chief stick-in-the-mud Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on the "M*A*S*H." But it was actress Sally Kellerman (inset) who first created the character in the 1970 movie version that spawned the TV series. And it was in the film where Margaret got her nickname "Hot Lips." In the memorable scene, Frank and Margaret are unaware that a microphone is under their bed while they are getting frisky. The whole camp hears her say to Frank, "Kiss my hot lips," over the PA.