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(Philly Burbs)   If your "friend" OD's on heroin at your place, you should call the authorities to take his body, then call the florist to order funeral flowers. If you instead leave his body in the florist's parking lot, just claim you're easily confused   (phillyburbs.com ) divider line
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2013-03-21 01:14:38 PM  

TheGogmagog: spentmiles: The florist's understatement is hilarious.  "It wasn't a very pleasant way to start the day."

So this guy has had worse days?  On the scale of the days he has had, finding a dead body only constitutes an unpleasantry?  I wonder what his worst day looked like.  "Dear Diary, had to gas another batch of orphaned toddlers this morning.  One's eyebrow was twitching as she clutched her doll, so I stomped her skull flat.  Life in the gulog, am I right?!"

And with that twisted of a personal history, no wonder he's a florist.  He was the guy giving flowers at the most inappropriate times.  "Oh, I'm sorry that your wife got sucked into a jet engine while running from the hostage takers.  I pick you this dandelion."  At least now this sick, emotionally ruined bastard can get his morbid satisfaction and earn some cash at the same time.  Florist, like crime scene clean-up technician, is one of those professions that chooses you, not the other way around.

From another article I see that the woman claims to have left the body at 5 AM.  The florist got to work at 6, but didn't report it until 9.  Sounds like somebody was stemming the rose.  He earned it, but talk about the frequent dragging miles the cadaver got within twelve hours of going cold.  He should get an upgraded pallet at the morgue.

Owner or employee, that florist is one sick farker, no wonder he didn't want to be identified.


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2013-03-21 01:36:34 PM  
Just found out the sis-in-law has already od'd at least once on heroin and meth, so not really getting a kick. Family is distraught over it.

I dont mind pot, but this stuff is ridiculous.

/you know the Book of Job in the Bible? That's my life. Ffs.
 
2013-03-21 02:51:56 PM  

Fissile: AugieDoggyDaddy: Fissile: You all are getting a good laugh out of this, but last year New Jersey Gov Crisco vetoed the Good Samaritan bill that would have prevented cops from arresting a person who called an ambulance for an OD victim.  http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2012/12/christie_veto_o f _good_samarita.html

Crisco is no different than the rest of his sick GOP buddies, he gets a boner from watching society's "undesirables" snuff it.   Well, I'm going to be doing the happy dance when he eventually flops over from a coronary at Chuck e Cheese.

Or maybe Christie vetoed A578 not because he is an evil republican, but because of problems with the way the bill is written?  I haven't read the bill myself, and probably wouldn't understant all the leagal nuances, but it might be full  of loopholes and splippery slope presedents.
Like,  if you call an ambulance when your friend ODs, do you get to keep your dope?  If that's true,  then why not this:  You friend gets shot while you and he are robbing a liquor store.  You call the ambulance.  Do you get a free pass?

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1/10 for the attempting trolling.  Wanna try again?


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I don't see how my comment is trolling.    Is it because I refered to Gov Christie with out pointing out that he is fat?
 
2013-03-21 03:01:04 PM  
There will be hell to pay if any of your Farkers bring a F'd up poohbah to my house!
 
2013-03-21 03:32:00 PM  

Misch: AugieDoggyDaddy: Or maybe Christie vetoed A578 not because he is an evil republican, but because of problems with the way the bill is written? I haven't read the bill myself, and probably wouldn't understant all the leagal nuances, but it might be full of loopholes and splippery slope presedents.
Like, if you call an ambulance when your friend ODs, do you get to keep your dope? If that's true, then why not this: You friend gets shot while you and he are robbing a liquor store. You call the ambulance. Do you get a free pass?


No, it only covered drug overdoses. New Jersey already has a similar law for alcohol poisoning.

In place of the bill (A578), the governor recommended the Legislature agree to direct the state Division of Criminal Justice to study drug overdose reporting and to provide his administration and lawmakers with a recommendation on a comprehensive approach to the problem.

The governor's office declined further comment.

Sen. Joseph Vitale (D-Middlesex), a primary sponsor of the bill, said Christie was stalling.

"All this does is kick the can down the road," Vitale said. "While I appreciate the fact that the governor wants to be supportive and helpful, we've had a series of conversations with the Attorney General's Office and they weren't able to articulate a position that made any sense."


Your right,  it only covers drug ODs.   It says you won't get arrested/prosecuted for posession.  So,  does that mean posession of one hit of smack?  I'm OK with that.  What about an ounce?  Does the word "possesion"  define the amount?  What about "possesion with intent to distribute".
 
2013-03-21 03:54:55 PM  
This story sounds like a Lou Reed song.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkG9BKgDvNIskip to 5:00
 
2013-03-22 01:49:13 AM  
"It wasn't a very pleasant way to start the day."

In retrospect, the florist is probably re-thinking the move to name the flower shop "Dead Junkie Storage" as the sign might be misleading.
 
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