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(CBS News)   Detroit hospital unveils a less revealing gown for patients. Now, if they make it bullet proof they'll really be on to something   (cbsnews.com ) divider line
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2013-04-11 09:00:10 AM  
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2013-04-11 12:17:45 PM  
Had to work all day Friday in the highland park projects off mcnichol street. I live an hour away, and have been to tens of concerts there over the years but...sad. people are living in tents. By tents I mean blankets thrown over sticks. Trash 10 ft high on every corner. Everything sold in the carryout was in single servings so it's affordable. Almost got t-boned by a truck getting chased by a dozen cops. Scary farking place. I won't go back. Sad
 
2013-04-11 12:52:27 PM  
"Forbes added to CBS Detroit the new gown has similar manufacturing costs to older models, and meats current national hospital cleaning standards."

Haha. Nice.
 
2013-04-11 01:24:39 PM  

luyseyal: "Forbes added to CBS Detroit the new gown has similar manufacturing costs to older models, and meats current national hospital cleaning standards."

Haha. Nice.


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What a gown that meats standards may look like.
 
2013-04-12 12:24:18 AM  
luyseyal:

"Forbes added to CBS Detroit the new gown has similar manufacturing costs to older models, and meats current national hospital cleaning standards."

Haha. Nice.


Came to say that. GMTA!
 
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