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2020-09-01 10:58:40 PM  
Sooo...let's make it the first place you look.


Why aren't we already doing this?
 
2020-09-01 11:56:15 PM  
Detroit police believe Franks died of natural causes

Like starvation? Exposure?
 
2020-09-02 12:35:44 AM  

edmo: Detroit police believe Franks died of natural causes

Like starvation? Exposure?


Fall down the stairs?
 
2020-09-02 12:41:37 AM  
Kam Franks, 38, of Detroit, was last seen leaving his home, a Faithful Helping Hands Community Services house on Detroit's east side, around 9 p.m. on March 14, police said. Detroit police reported him missing on April 1

How much assistance is this "assisted living" facility supposed to be providing here?
 
2020-09-02 12:53:10 AM  
It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.
 
2020-09-02 12:57:30 AM  
Wow..And NO ONE notice the stench of a decaying body?? HELLO..WTF is wrong with the place if you
can't smell a dead body?? How farking bad does it smell in there normally, that a dead body goes
completely un-noticed??
 
2020-09-02 1:05:38 AM  
Next time I find what I'm looking for, I'm gonna look in like three more places just to prove Subby wrong
 
2020-09-02 1:06:18 AM  
Detroit has been the cannery in the coal mine since the late 1950's with race, economy, riots income equality and how this country has rotted from within.
 
2020-09-02 1:06:32 AM  
In all seriousness, holy hell, this is tragic
 
2020-09-02 1:09:48 AM  

chewynathan2: Detroit has been the cannery in the coal mine since the late 1950's


I've never understood why someone would trudge so deep underground just to prepare and pack non-perishable meats and vegetables
 
2020-09-02 1:09:58 AM  
"possible neglect"


YA THINK????????????
 
2020-09-02 1:15:41 AM  

Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.


i'm just gonna check one more place.
 
2020-09-02 1:16:51 AM  

Mr. Shabooboo: WTF is wrong with the place if you can't smell a dead body?


Equally horrible cooking smells.
 
2020-09-02 1:19:06 AM  

Mr. Shabooboo: Wow..And NO ONE notice the stench of a decaying body?? HELLO..WTF is wrong with the place if you can't smell a dead body?? How farking bad does it smell in there normally, that a dead body goes
completely un-noticed??


It happened in Detroit.
 
2020-09-02 1:33:27 AM  
Way too good at hide and seek.
 
2020-09-02 1:34:50 AM  

kevinatilusa: Kam Franks, 38, of Detroit, was last seen leaving his home, a Faithful Helping Hands Community Services house on Detroit's east side, around 9 p.m. on March 14, police said. Detroit police reported him missing on April 1

How much assistance is this "assisted living" facility supposed to be providing here?


They assist your ass away if you don't pay the bill by 8am on the first, apparently.
 
2020-09-02 1:38:29 AM  

chewynathan2: Detroit has been the cannery in the coal mine since the late 1950's with race, economy, riots income equality and how this country has rotted from within.


Amusing spelling mistake aside, what makes you say that?
I'm intrigued.
 
2020-09-02 2:39:15 AM  

Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.


This offer void for stoners, who will keep looking *while* they have the object in hand...
 
2020-09-02 3:10:14 AM  

Somaticasual: Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.

This offer void for stoners, who will keep looking *while* they have the object in hand...


Never done pot or most intoxicating substances and i've done that a few times in my life.
 
2020-09-02 4:03:23 AM  
A repeat but not a repeat
 
2020-09-02 5:27:33 AM  

Smoking GNU: Somaticasual: Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.

This offer void for stoners, who will keep looking *while* they have the object in hand...

Never done pot or most intoxicating substances and i've done that a few times in my life.


Me too, glasses on my head, spend ages looking for them.
 
2020-09-02 6:32:18 AM  
My other was once told that they lost my father. Then they had to explain that he didn't die, they just couldn't find him. An hour later someone found him in a visitors lounge . The orderly was told to put him in the patient lounge and he misunderstood. This kind of thing happens more then you would like to know.
 
2020-09-02 6:56:28 AM  
Sorry. That should say mother.
 
2020-09-02 7:21:19 AM  
Jon Bennet's brother strikes again.
 
2020-09-02 8:07:39 AM  

Cormee: Smoking GNU: Somaticasual: Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.

This offer void for stoners, who will keep looking *while* they have the object in hand...

Never done pot or most intoxicating substances and i've done that a few times in my life.

Me too, glasses on my head, spend ages looking for them.


I've been scrolling Fark on my phone and then start wondering where my phone is.

I don't tell anybody I know.
 
2020-09-02 8:54:40 AM  

Palined Parenthood: In all seriousness, holy hell, this is tragic


Getting a license to run a "group home" for mentally disabled or elderly people in Detroit is disturbingly easy, and once a person gets ONE license it makes it easier to get a second and third. The end result is a bunch of people in Michigan own large, rundown homes packed to the rafters with low income, at-risk people who have no families, staffed by barely qualified employees, and the money for their "care" comes directly from the state. With no family members to keep tabs, and sporadic oversight from the government, they quickly devolve into urine-scented hellholes with substandard food and a dozen people crowded around a television for 12 hours a day. "Tragic" doesn't even begin to describe it.
 
2020-09-02 9:36:51 AM  
When my stepfather was well into his Alzheimer's, he would hide stuff so "people" wouldn't steal it.  Of course, he forgot where he hid something, then accuse me or my Mom of stealing it (he no longer recognized us at that point).

He'd be agitated, and Mom would suggest that they take a walk down the road (they lived far out in the country, so walking the road was safe).  Meanwhile, I'd stay back and toss the house, looking for the item.

I'd usually manage to find it, and would put it under a magazine or newspaper.  When they got back from the walk, and my stepfather was settled in his chair, I'd pick up the magazine or newspaper and pretend to read it.  My stepfather would spot the item, and would be happy for awhile.

He did manage to find some interesting hiding spots a few times.  Items we didn't find until we were clearing out the house after my Mom died (and long after my stepfather had died).
 
2020-09-02 10:24:24 AM  

chewynathan2: Detroit has been the cannery in the coal mine since the late 1950's with race, economy, riots income equality and how this country has rotted from within.


So yes, keep voting Democratic and it will only get better.
 
2020-09-02 11:02:38 AM  

great_tigers: chewynathan2: Detroit has been the cannery in the coal mine since the late 1950's with race, economy, riots income equality and how this country has rotted from within.

So yes, keep voting Democratic and it will only get better.


It was Republicans who drove the Big Three out of Michigan all those years ago. Between the Republican CEOs of the auto industry and the Republicans in office at the time lay the decision to abandon Detroit-- A city designed to hold millions of people-- and take a large part of the population with them, decimating the tax base and leaving the city unable to gather enough in tax revenue to even manage basic infrastructure. When black people started moving in, white flight (you know, racism) caused the tax base to shrink even more and permanently shifted the political atmosphere to a majority Democratic voters, because white Republicans wouldn't be caught dead living in a city full of those people, amiright? And the only thing Democratic mayors and council members could do for decades was to barely maintain the city because this city designed for millions of people had less than half the population it needed to keep running well.

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So much for your Republican-dominated parts of the country.

Now, would you like to talk about Ann Arbor, San Francisco, Sacramento, the Netherlands, or New Zealand? Or if financial success is what you're talking about, New York City is a majority Democratic and has been for most of its existence despite a few moments of Republican leadership in the Mayor's office, and it is by all measurements the largest, most successful city in the world.

Oh, I'm sorry... Were you trying to bring up the tired old "Democratic cities always fail" bullshiat again? Despite the fact that nearly every large city in the world is generally being run by people on the left side of the political spectrum and all the red states fall into some of the worst categories in the country?

Yeah, take that tired old bullshiat and shove it up your butt. It's easily disproven, and Detroit is an example of why relying on a single industry for a major city is a bad idea, not an example of Democrats screwing things up. When it failed, Republicans were at the helm of both the city and the industry. Democrats have only been trying to clean up the mess they made for the past several decades, and this is not the only city in the country where they relied on a single industry and ended up killing the city when the industry abandoned them... Or would you like to talk about coal mining towns in Kentucky, or how several other Republican-led towns across this country crumbled into ghost towns when their lone major industry packed up and left or simply failed?

Yeah, Detroit sucks. But it sucks because GM, Ford, and Chrysler farked it and the people of Michigan over multiple times, and a city without a decent tax base is destined to fail.
 
2020-09-02 11:11:03 AM  
They looked really hard for him, didn't they?
 
2020-09-02 3:54:44 PM  
I wonder if he was trapped in that room.
 
2020-09-02 4:03:59 PM  

Cormee: Smoking GNU: Somaticasual: Excelsior: It's always in the last place you look because sane people typically stop looking once they find what they were looking for.

This offer void for stoners, who will keep looking *while* they have the object in hand...

Never done pot or most intoxicating substances and i've done that a few times in my life.

Me too, glasses on my head, spend ages looking for them.



So you're saying that the healthcare workers probably stepped over the dead body half a dozen times while searching for it?
guy:?
 
2020-09-03 8:26:04 AM  

studebaker hoch: Mr. Shabooboo: Wow..And NO ONE notice the stench of a decaying body?? HELLO..WTF is wrong with the place if you can't smell a dead body?? How farking bad does it smell in there normally, that a dead body goes
completely un-noticed??

It happened in Detroit.


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