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2014-02-10 06:23:36 PM

patrick767: Bedstead Polisher: gopher321: Bedstead Polisher: I once woke up in the middle of the night to open my window and let some air in. As I lifted the blinds to open the window, I noticed that my neighbour was passed out on the front lawn/driveway. I watched her for a second to see if she was breathing, then I went back to sleep. She was gone by morning. She survived.

My hero!

I hate that stupid white trash biatch. She throws loud parties and is a mean drunk, so she's always screaming at people. Other neighbours have called the cops on her.
I would have felt guilty as hell if she wasn't okay though.

There can be a fine line between passed out drunk and dead. She could have been breathing when you looked and dead five minutes later. See Pitabred's above post about someone being left on the lawn by his friends and dying of alcohol poisoning. So yeah... good thing she was okay after all...

Fun tip if it happens again: go outside and shake the passed out moron. If she's unresponsive to noise and vigorous shaking, call 911. Alternatively, put your knuckles on her sternum, press down hard, and move your knuckles around*. It hurts but doesn't do any lasting damage. If there's still no response, say "fark you, biatch" and walk away call 911.

* an EMT friend told me that's one way they determine if a passed out drunk really needs a fast ride to the hospital


Thanks for the tip. I hope it doesn't happen again. I've unfortunately dealt with enough situations that required a 911 call, so I wouldn't hesitate if I thought someone needed it. The situation above happened a few years ago, I think I was half asleep when it all happened, otherwise I probably would have noticed the  potential danger of the situation. The neighbour also seems to have calmed down a bit with her partying since then. (At least around our neighbourhood.)
 
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2014-02-10 06:38:26 PM

netringer: Again?
http://grayslake.patch.com/groups/police-and-fire/p/hypothermia-offi ci al-cause-of-joey-frase-death

Note to hip youngsters: Sure, you're invulnerable, but you shouldn't wear shorts when there's snow on the ground, and consider putting on more than a hoodie.


And leave the skittles at home

/runs from room
 
2014-02-10 09:46:43 PM
Someone with a Roman numeral after their name dying as a result of alcohol-induced derp?

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2014-02-10 09:49:15 PM
I hate it when I make it home and am too drunk to use the key. Last time I fell asleep near the front door, head at the bottom of the steps and feet halfway up.

And altercation with gravity may have occurred.
 
2014-02-10 10:47:26 PM

BolshyGreatYarblocks: Someone with a Roman numeral after their name dying as a result of alcohol-induced derp?


Well, that escalated quickly
 
2014-02-11 02:12:18 AM
Aaand this is why when I ran across a drunk dude asleep on the sidewalk in Denver at 3am (I keep weird hours, was just walking my dog) I shook him awake with my foot and walked him the 2 blocks home... when he could finally remember where that was. Boy was his GF pissed when he finally showed up at the door.

Friends/family said I was crazy for doing it (being a 30 yr old female) but I had my dog with me and I couldn't have lived with myself if I'd seen a story like this on the news the next day.
 
2014-02-11 12:21:20 PM

minorshan: Aaand this is why when I ran across a drunk dude asleep on the sidewalk in Denver at 3am (I keep weird hours, was just walking my dog) I shook him awake with my foot and walked him the 2 blocks home... when he could finally remember where that was. Boy was his GF pissed when he finally showed up at the door.

Friends/family said I was crazy for doing it (being a 30 yr old female) but I had my dog with me and I couldn't have lived with myself if I'd seen a story like this on the news the next day.


Wish more people in this country took care of their neighbors like that. Too many people afraid of their own shadow to stand up and do the right thing.
 
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