Skip to comments.Woman Falls 17 Stories to Her Death; AP Implies She Deserved It
Posted on 08/02/2013 3:44:57 PM PDT by grundle
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My mistake. I’ll run it again in full, for “Joe”. And, by the way, for the record, I don’t know what a “psyche ward” looks like, but you seem pretty familiar with that world. When I was 19, I had heart problems. Dr. Fleming wanted to keep me in the hospital for a couple of days and run tests. It was amazing smokers were put into the room with me.
Joe, I mentioned you, and was remiss in pinging to you. So, here it is complete with the link to joulez’ reply.
“Oh, and by the way, joules, or whatever your name is, exactly who is doing the transference here, insinuating Im a psyche patient? Ha! Ask my dearest love, Joe 6-pack, how I feel about smokers. As you know, he is one.
“But back to transference, you can add my little chip to the mountain on your shoulder. How about huffy, puffy, words that incidentally describe a smoker to a T?
“The truth is, youve got your nose out of joint because I blew a hole in your selfish nostalgia about the good old days, smoking up hospital corridors.
“You know not everyone remembers your indoor smoking so fondly, but then you were just trying to bait folk werent you... for sport... in the wee hours... like you are wont to do almost every night? Sad.
“Come on joulez, you can still devour another pack of fags before you conk out. Its not even midnight.”
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You’re a silly woman.
One more question... why do you use ####### symbols in your comments? I believe quotation marks would serve you better.
The voice of reason and the spirit of peace... but why are you still up? Thank you, dear, and goodnight to you and joulez.
“One more question... why do you use ####### symbols in your comments? I believe quotation marks would serve you better.”
Sorry, honey, that was meant for joulez.
What a stupid thing to say. Second-hand smoke is hazardous to your health. As far as I know, farts are not.
You may find it annoying, but it's no more dangerous than car exhaust, standing around a campfire or the dust that blows out of your ducts every fall when you turn the heater on for the first time.