I said this to a client the other day. We are at the point of no return in your State Nursing Board case and these are your options.
What is the point of no return? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_of_no_return.
In a State Nursing Board case IMO its a irreversible action or decision where you must continue on the current course of action because turning back is legally and practically impossible.
I talk about the PNR in cases where:
1. I suspect or know my client is not being completely upfront and forthcoming with me;
2. Is just outright lying about the circumstances and facts in their situation; or
3. In cases where a client is in an extreme state of denial.
I saw Predator at the movies on Friday. So I watched the original Predator, Predator II, Predator Requiem, and Alien v. Predator Friday morning and afternoon while working on my laptop. The PNR is mentioned also in AVP.
The Point of No Return is also a pretty decent movie. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_of_No_Return_(film)