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  • But he had to be at the gym in 26 minutes!
  • Funny headline! +1
    Didn't read article though.
  • I always thought people were kidding when they said people were dumped at the ER entrance.

    I've seen it first hand at least a dozen times. They drive up, push some wounded fecker out onto the sidewalk, and then take off.

    The housekeeping staff even had a mop and bucket in the utility closet near the ER doors to clean the blood and other stuff off the sidewalk.

    All of the patients who were dumped (well those that lived, probably half) always forgot how they got there or who drove them.
  • feckingmorons: I always thought people were kidding when they said people were dumped at the ER entrance.

    I've seen it first hand at least a dozen times. They drive up, push some wounded fecker out onto the sidewalk, and then take off.

    The housekeeping staff even had a mop and bucket in the utility closet near the ER doors to clean the blood and other stuff off the sidewalk.

    All of the patients who were dumped (well those that lived, probably half) always forgot how they got there or who drove them.


    Chances are, the people who do this do not want to talk to the police. Whether they are a witness or guilty, they just care enough to see that the person is given a better chance than just being abandoned.
  • Man shoots wife during argument, drops her off at hospital. Who says chivalry is dead?

    Actually, that was me.

    Sorry. I panicked.
  • Blah blah blah; get to the important parts; like, did he say, "UrrrrP, hold my beer and watch this!"
  • I bet he realized halfway through that it was just cheaper to keep her.
  • Really, though, the ER isn't a reverse-drive through.

    Los Angeles used to have problems with people being dropped off unconscious by their stoner buddies. It was a problem because the ER had to assume they were junkies who were ODing on heroin--this was bad, because Narcan is not useful for other kinds of unconsciousness and much time was wasted giving it to people in other types of drug comas. There were PSAs asking people to please stay a few minutes and tell the staff what drugs you had been doing and they promised not to turn you over to the cops.
  • Gyrfalcon: Really, though, the ER isn't a reverse-drive through.

    Los Angeles used to have problems with people being dropped off unconscious by their stoner buddies. It was a problem because the ER had to assume they were junkies who were ODing on heroin--this was bad, because Narcan is not useful for other kinds of unconsciousness and much time was wasted giving it to people in other types of drug comas. There were PSAs asking people to please stay a few minutes and tell the staff what drugs you had been doing and they promised not to turn you over to the cops.


    I love L.A.!

    /not really, got stranded here at birth and haven't found an escape route...yet
    //slashies
  • *Picture of him dropping her off at the ER
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    /he even gave her some liquor to ease the pain
    //hot
  • Staples "do not resuscitate" to her clothing.
  • On Thanksgiving a relative was claiming Obama will cause the economy to dive and soup kitchens will come back since so many people will be doing bad like the Great Depression. I just shrugged my shoulders. I just show up for the food on Thanksgiving.
  • As a Bradenton resident I thought this was most thoughtful of her husband, ya know, to save her the cost of an ambulance and all. I'll bet she didn't even say thank you. Some people are so ungrateful!


    I am also sure that the reason he did not stay was that he wanted to go get some 409 to clean up the blood she thoughtlessly messed up his car with.

    BTW - 409 is the quicker blood cleaner upper. I have experience at this.
  • Evincse
    Is that pronounced like Evance? Evince ?
  • skinink: On Thanksgiving a relative was claiming Obama will cause the economy to dive and soup kitchens will come back since so many people will be doing bad like the Great Depression. I just shrugged my shoulders. I just show up for the food on Thanksgiving.


    This is why I spent turkey day alone and not with my dad's side of the family.

    Them : GAYS SHOULDN'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO GET MARRIED!!!

    Me : Yes, they should. No reason they shouldn't.

    Them : BIBLEWHARRGARBL
  • wellreadneck: Evincse
    Is that pronounced like Evance? Evince ?


    Why ask questions you already know the answer to when you're not really being rhetorical?
  • skinink: On Thanksgiving a relative was claiming Obama will cause the economy to dive and soup kitchens will come back since so many people will be doing bad like the Great Depression. I just shrugged my shoulders. I just show up for the food on Thanksgiving.


    I love soup, that would be OK.

    /not canned soup that stuff sucks
  • Vigorous golf clap for headline.
  • Indubitably: wellreadneck: Evincse
    Is that pronounced like Evance? Evince ?

    Why ask questions you already know the answer to when you're not really being rhetorical?


    You caught me. Just wanted to see how others pronounced it. That's actually my papaw's middle name.
  • wellreadneck: Indubitably: wellreadneck: Evincse
    Is that pronounced like Evance? Evince ?

    Why ask questions you already know the answer to when you're not really being rhetorical?

    You caught me. Just wanted to see how others pronounced it. That's actually my papaw's middle name.


    I catch.
  • So the wife's name is Chivalry?
  • What a thoughtful psychopath!
  • feckingmorons: I always thought people were kidding when they said people were dumped at the ER entrance.

    I've seen it first hand at least a dozen times. They drive up, push some wounded fecker out onto the sidewalk, and then take off.

    The housekeeping staff even had a mop and bucket in the utility closet near the ER doors to clean the blood and other stuff off the sidewalk.

    All of the patients who were dumped (well those that lived, probably half) always forgot how they got there or who drove them.


    At my job, we call this Homeboy Ambulance.
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