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Temporary Seating That Closes Itself !

Nero Wolfe and Quick-Seat Chair Solves The Case

If Quick-Seat Chairs could talk, they would have some great stories to tell.  As a fan of Nero Wolfe author, Rex Stout, and having written a couple of Nero Wolfe stories myself, I can think of one story in particular where Quick-Seat Chairs could really tell a story. So I’ll tell you exactly what the…
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Even On A Hollywood Hospital Film Set Columbo Can’t Find A Place To Sit

When I first began working in the health care industry back in the late ’70’s, I was so happy to be in a field where I could make a difference, and grateful that I worked for a company that invited, welcomed and shared my zeal for innovative ideas to improve the lives of those in…
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The Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood Series – Ghostbusters 1984

By Khadi Madama Quick-Seat Chair Wellness Coordinator Can you imagine carrying one of those heavy nuclear accelerator backpacks on your back through long corridors in the Millennium Biltmore, known as the Sedgewick Hotel in the Ghostbusters movie, where it’s obvious there isn’t one place to sit while you’re either chasing or being chased by all…
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Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood Series – Amelia 2009

By Khadi Madama Wellness Coordinator for Quick-Seat Chair I loved this movie. I thought that Amelia, played by Hilary Swank and her husband George Putnam, played by Richard Gere, was so well done. Hilary nailed Amelia’s character and Gere, such an amazing ‘character actor’ nailed Putnam to a “T.” Directed by the very talented Mira…
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Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood – The Gorilla 1939

By Khadi Madama Quick-Seat Chair Wellness Coordinator As a kid, I loved to watch monster movies on Saturday mornings. I can’t explain this attachment, which has followed me well into adulthood. So much so that every Saturday morning, if I’m at home, you can find me enjoying one of my old favorite black and white…
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Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood Suspense – Television Series 1949-1952

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines one of the meanings of the state of suspense as “mentaluncertainty; anxiety.” Just the way any of us with old injuries or chronic illness can feel at any timewhen we are in an environment that is unknown. These various conditions can make it difficult to feelsafe going anywhere where we don’t…
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The Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood Series – Casablanca 1942

By Khadi Madama Quick-Seat Chair Wellness Coordinator I’ve seen this movie dozens of times, but it wasn’t until Quick-Seat Chairs came into my life that I paid such close attention to things other than the star, Humphrey Bogart, who never won any awards for his portrayal of Rick Blaine. I mean, it isn’t his fault…
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The Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood – The Wizard of Oz

“We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz.” People have been singing this catchy little tune ever since The Wizard of Oz first made it onto the silver screen in 1939. “We hear he is a whiz of a Wiz, if ever a Wiz there was.”  When Quick-Seat Chair decided to go…
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Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood – The A-Team

By Khadi Madama Quick-Seat Chair Wellness Coordinator It’s difficult for me to watch any movie or TV series without an eye for seating, or lack thereof. One of my favorite 80’s TV series is The A-Team.  If you like action (where no one ever gets killed or hurt, not even the villains) and you love…
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The Quick-Seat Chair Goes To Hollywood Series – To Have and Have Not

By Khadi Madama Quick-Seat Chair Wellness Coordinator It’s easy to see right off the boat dock of this gripping drama where Quick-Seat Chairs could have, should have, been installed in several places not only off the set but on the set. Yes, that’s right, right on the very boat where the stars, Humphrey Bogart and…
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