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(PoliceOne)   What's an UFIA worth? In New Mexico, $1.6 million   (policeone.com) divider line 88
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2014-01-15 03:23:07 PM
Do the police and doctors/nurses involved still have jobs? If so, then it's not good enough.
 
2014-01-15 03:27:50 PM
I dunno, man.  For that kind of money 4ts would let 'em poke around back there for a while.
 
2014-01-15 03:34:06 PM
Oh, it's going to be a lot more than that, subby:

A lawsuit against doctors and the hospital in the case is still ongoing.
 
2014-01-15 03:54:54 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: Oh, it's going to be a lot more than that, subby:


If it had been my wife, I'd get the money.
But some cops would get disappeared.

Yeah, I know. Dig the holes first.
You think this is my first rodeo in the desert?
 
2014-01-15 04:07:01 PM

scottydoesntknow: Do the police and doctors/nurses involved still have jobs? If so, then it's not good enough.


Yeah, hosing the taxpayers for this kind of shiat just isn't cutting it. Clearly it's no deterrent. Time for some personal responsibility.

By which I mean jail time.
 
2014-01-15 04:30:31 PM
1.6 million and counting.

Sin_City_Superhero: Oh, it's going to be a lot more than that, subby:

A lawsuit against doctors and the hospital in the case is still ongoing.

 
2014-01-15 04:39:05 PM
New Mexico anal probe?
skepticalcubefarm.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-01-15 04:39:45 PM
"A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.
 
2014-01-15 04:41:12 PM

tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.


Maybe subby pronounces it oo-fee-ah instead of you-fee-ah
 
2014-01-15 04:41:12 PM

tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.


It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.
 
2014-01-15 04:41:24 PM
It's a start.
 
2014-01-15 04:42:37 PM
Police also brought in a drug-sniffing dog, which detected something in the driver's seat.

Bullshiat.  The officer just said the dog detected something.

How the hell does anyone look like they are "clenching their buttocks" anyway?
 
2014-01-15 04:42:52 PM

mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.


See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.
 
2014-01-15 04:44:06 PM
think about all of the people who will be out looking for Extra Terrestrails, now that their anal probes are worth 1.6 million dollars.
 
2014-01-15 04:44:55 PM

4tehsnowflakes: I dunno, man.  For that kind of money 4ts would let 'em poke around back there for a while.


This. They can feel free to use a couple fingers if they'd like to. Righteous bucks.
 
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2014-01-15 04:44:59 PM

4tehsnowflakes: I dunno, man.  For that kind of money 4ts would let 'em poke around back there for a while.


Yeah, I was just cooking up a scheme to drive/walk around New Mexico donut shops with a clenched butt. Like I do a funny walk with my hands on my butt and if cops are like "are you okay?" I act suspicious (which tbh isn't hard around a cop). Then later I could claim I had a back spasm and that was the only comfortable way of walking.
 
2014-01-15 04:46:07 PM

yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.


Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.
 
2014-01-15 04:47:01 PM

tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.


Grammar police forgets to spell check.
 
2014-01-15 04:47:02 PM
Who doesn't clench their buttox when in proximity to a police officer?
 
2014-01-15 04:47:16 PM
Those long-fingered Roswell aliens are going to owe more than the GNP of their entire planet once all the class action lawsuits are settled.
 
2014-01-15 04:48:10 PM

tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.

Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.


Unicorn always bugged me. "I saw an unicorn!" just doesn't sound right.
 
2014-01-15 04:48:23 PM
Is that how much you have to "donate" to sponsor a road these days?

Yipes.
 
2014-01-15 04:49:17 PM
It's a start.

THIS.

The doctors involved need to lose their licenses, and the cops involved need to be charged...
 
2014-01-15 04:51:12 PM

mark12A: the cops involved need to be charged...


Hanged.
IN NM in the old days, that is what you would get for that kind of shenanigans.
and I doubt the old state law was ever revoked.
Plenty of time to look it up
after the hanging.
 
2014-01-15 04:52:02 PM

scottydoesntknow: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

Grammar police forgets to spell check.


Posting from phone. shiat happens and autocorrect is a biatch.
 
2014-01-15 04:53:02 PM
I wouldn't mind being fisted for that kind of money!
 
2014-01-15 04:54:27 PM

tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.

Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.


I've only heard that one from New Yorkers that can't seem to pronounce the first 'h' in a word.

Thus, "a historic moment" is rendered "an istoric moment"
 
2014-01-15 04:56:37 PM

yourdogwantsplacenta: tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.

Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.

I've only heard that one from New Yorkers that can't seem to pronounce the first 'h' in a word.

Thus, "a historic moment" is rendered "an istoric moment"


You actually hear it in media all the time.

Like nails on a chalkboard.
 
2014-01-15 05:00:32 PM

tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.

Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.

I've only heard that one from New Yorkers that can't seem to pronounce the first 'h' in a word.

Thus, "a historic moment" is rendered "an istoric moment"

You actually hear it in media all the time.

Like nails on a chalkboard.


Don't you mean "...nails on AN chalkboard"?
 
2014-01-15 05:00:47 PM
Where do I sign up?
 
2014-01-15 05:01:10 PM

tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: tripleseven: yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.

Another one that bugs me...

"An historic"

No. No. No. No you farking moron...


Unless you are British or austrailian, just no.

I've only heard that one from New Yorkers that can't seem to pronounce the first 'h' in a word.

Thus, "a historic moment" is rendered "an istoric moment"

You actually hear it in media all the time.

Like nails on a chalkboard.


I'll have to listen more closely, I may be filtering the tiny moving pictures to the more pleasing an correct "a historic" from that awful cat noise.
 
2014-01-15 05:02:03 PM
Shoulda been more. And should have resulted in everyone involved (police and medical personnel) losing their jobs. I'm assuming that didn't happen or story would have mentioned it (?).
 
2014-01-15 05:03:29 PM

Glitchwerks: Police also brought in a drug-sniffing dog, which detected something in the driver's seat.

Bullshiat.  The officer just said the dog detected something.

How the hell does anyone look like they are "clenching their buttocks" anyway?


See Penn State football camp when the coaches walked by.
 
2014-01-15 05:04:09 PM

Glitchwerks: Police also brought in a drug-sniffing dog, which detected something in the driver's seat.

Bullshiat.  The officer just said the dog detected something.

How the hell does anyone look like they are "clenching their buttocks" anyway?


Try being a straight guy in a ghey bar.
 
2014-01-15 05:05:16 PM

yourdogwantsplacenta: mbillips: tripleseven: "A ufia"

You only use "an" if phonetically the would begins with a vowel sound.

It's an acronym, pronounced "oofya!" The exclamation point is required.

See, I never would have thought to pronounce it that way.


I thought it was an abbreviation, not an acronym. It never even crossed my mind to pronounce it.

/not subby
 
2014-01-15 05:05:44 PM
Oh, this is just one of the judgements on the part of one of the law enforcement agencies involved... He's going to get way more than just this $1.6 million.

/don't care if he was a drug mule
//fark that police dept,sheriffs, and that hospital.
 
2014-01-15 05:05:51 PM
Since the victim isn't a gun owner, that was really wrong.
 
2014-01-15 05:07:43 PM

Okieboy: Where do I sign up?


Yeah, hell, I usually gotta pay extra for that...
 
2014-01-15 05:14:33 PM

tripleseven: You actually hear it in media all the time.

Like nails on a chalkboard.


And I thought my hatred of the sound of slurping soup was petty.
 
2014-01-15 05:18:23 PM

pkrzycki: Oh, this is just one of the judgements on the part of one of the law enforcement agencies involved... He's going to get way more than just this $1.6 million.

/don't care if he was a drug mule
//fark that police dept,sheriffs, and that hospital.


At least one other victim came forward, too. Probably there have been others. Hopefully that county will have to give its residents a noticeable property tax hike to pay, as then things might change.

The doctors are farked. They'll be professionally ruined for their part in this, and deservedly so. A Sheriff can try to wave away his officers' misconduct like a good ol' boy, but medical ethics boards have low tolerance for shenanigans.

IIRC, the hospital has already hung its doctors out to dry, not that doing so will protect the hospital from lawsuits.
 
2014-01-15 05:21:48 PM
And here I am paying for it like a sucker.
 
2014-01-15 05:22:13 PM
Well, to correct subby, it's probably more like 800k-900k.  The best gig is to be the lawyer of a poor schmuck who got UFIAd and collect about 700k while maintaining rectal integrity.
 
2014-01-15 05:25:47 PM
Anyone else find it revolting that the payout for this is roughly the same as a wrongful death settlement?
 
2014-01-15 05:27:37 PM

Buttknuckle: I wouldn't mind being fisted for that kind of money!


what an appropriate name for that comment!!!!
 
2014-01-15 05:28:04 PM

Somaticasual: Anyone else find it revolting that the payout for this is roughly the same as a wrongful death settlement?


I don't know, what he went though was a real pain in the ass.
 
2014-01-15 05:32:00 PM

jst3p: Somaticasual: Anyone else find it revolting that the payout for this is roughly the same as a wrongful death settlement?

I don't know, what he went though was a real pain in the ass.



Elbow deep, double wide.


Show me the money!
 
2014-01-15 05:32:56 PM

CivicMindedFive: Well, to correct subby, it's probably more like 800k-900k.  The best gig is to be the lawyer of a poor schmuck who got UFIAd and collect about 700k while maintaining rectal integrity.


Maybe so, but it got the green!  It started as "a UFIA" then was changed to "an" after preview.  An seemed better whether you pronounce the acronym (oo-fee-ya) or mentally expand it (an unexpected finger).

/subtard
 
2014-01-15 05:39:11 PM

Somaticasual: Anyone else find it revolting that the payout for this is roughly the same as a wrongful death settlement?


Harsh financial penalties are the only civilized way to convince people who violate the law to reform their behavior. A less expensive way would be to have the perpetrators of this organized sexual assault beaten to within an inch of their lives.

Not that . . . you know . . . that would be a thing I'd wish for or was even for one minute secretly imagining.
 
2014-01-15 05:45:34 PM
Hallelujiah.  Makes up for the Monsanto article a few lines up on the FARK homepage.
 
2014-01-15 05:47:06 PM

NutWrench: Somaticasual: Anyone else find it revolting that the payout for this is roughly the same as a wrongful death settlement?

Harsh financial penalties are the only civilized way to convince people who violate the law to reform their behavior. A less expensive way would be to have the perpetrators of this organized sexual assault beaten to within an inch of their lives.

Not that . . . you know . . . that would be a thing I'd wish for or was even for one minute secretly imagining.


 While i agree with the sentiment, 1.6 million for a 'finger intrustion'  still isn't warranted when someone getting run over and killed by a drunk driver gets 1.75.. One of these things is scarring, but it's just not in the same league as losing a friend or family member.
 
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