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KrispyKritter: what the hell? a carton of Newports? I haven't smoked in 7 years!/honey, i found the remote//and a VHS player
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numbone: Steal bag of flour. Waddle to bus stop. Buttered biscuits for dinner.
Oznog: Honestly, those guys don't look big enough to hide a bunch of cameras in "fat rolls". They're overweight but not THAT much.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: There's going to be a market for "people lifters": small electric forklifts designed for lifting fatass patients/think pallet jack at bed level
BoxOfBees: Oznog: Honestly, those guys don't look big enough to hide a bunch of cameras in "fat rolls". They're overweight but not THAT much.Agreed. I think the popo was taking a little potshot, maybe even hoping to provoke a response.Fry's figured this shiat out. They just don't ever put small, high-dollar inventory on the shelf, you get a sales ticket and get your merchandise when you check out. Can't stuff what you never had in your possession.I think TFA says they had keys to a case. Relatively secure. Doomsday Preppers gives it 11/20 points. Those cameras could survive for 5 months inside a glass case with a crappy lock on it.
Crazy Lee: I N THE ACUTE CARE SETTING , the morbidly obese patient presents serious challenges for nurses. As the number of morbidly obese patients receiving hospital care increases, these challenges must be addressed in order to provide appropriate care and prevent injuries to patients and staff....... Nurses were observed providing care to a group of morbidly obese patients. Specifically, they were observed as they assisted the patients in bathing, repositioning, dangling their feet or sitting on the side of the bed, and walking. 2 Both the amount of time and the number of people required for these activities were recorded. The mean time for bathing a morbidly obese patient was 30.4 minutes and the mean number of personnel required was 2.9, with a total of 63.8 minutes of staff time required, on average, for bathing.http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/ 10.1089/bar.2006.9994Job creators! Many are type 2 diabetics with poor circulation - decubitus ulcers often developing where sacrum `should' be. Moments after placing final strip of tape on new dressing and getting some help to roll them onto back, they often squirt liquid stool in large amounts - soaking the new dressing and contaminating the neatly debrided and packed wound; repeat (if in a teaching Hospital it might take several hours to run down a resident with a DEA number so as to get an order for a dose of Lomotil to suppress the GI motility - but, until one does? shiat and further contamination - dress and redress). And post-op rehab? use your imagination./go ahead - fark that turkey, stuff it like Ron Jeremy did, for the exercise -set an example for your fat aunt hauling a year's worth of cat hair and crud under her `penduliferous' paps.//if one can afford a coal car's volume of talc to lubricate the faults etching the overburden?... hey, tubgirl... ///keep an eye on your toes, my friends
MaudlinMutantMollusk: ♫ Talk about loot flaps, my girl's got 'em... ♫
Deep Contact: Always wondered if fat people go skinny dipping?
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