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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 08:50:55 AM  
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Don't be bringin some farked up poo-butt to my house!
2013-03-21 10:46:35 AM  
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This sorta reminds me of an interesting story that I haven't thought of in quite some time...

One day, my wife and I went shopping, morning errands, etc...  There was some guy parked just up the street from our house.  We didn't think much of it until we got home over an hour later, and the dude was still there.

So, I went up to the car and knocked on the window.  His explanation was that he was having a tremendous diabetes low sugar moment and didn't trust himself driving.  So he simply pulled over where he was to wait it out.  I asked him if I should call someone for help, and he showed me his phone - he was already talking with his father.  So everything was apparently in order, and he really was just being responsible.

The point of this story is that sometimes you will see a car parked in a strange place for no apparent reason.  And sometimes that person really IS having a medical condition that was not self inflicted.  The secondary point is, don't be afraid to check it out.  You might actually be able to help someone.
2013-03-21 10:34:49 AM  
2 votes:
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.
2013-03-21 10:40:53 AM  
1 vote:

Misch: spentmiles: 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.

"An employee of the flower shop found the man in the vehicle about 9 a.m. Saturday and called police, authorities said. Troopers from the Red Lion station investigated and arrested James Saturday."

Wasn't the owner who found it. It was one of the other employees. Looking at the place on Google Maps, it's a fairly rural area, and a large site. If the owner parks around back, or at another end, a car elsewhere on the site probably wouldn't draw much attention.

I totally missed that part of the article.  But yeah, makes sense that an employee found the corpse while the owner was busy parking on the other side of the building.  Thank you for keeping all the facts on the internet straight.  It makes cross referencing so much easier when I'm working on my doctoral thesis.
2013-03-21 10:33:14 AM  
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I usually just throw them in a cold shower, unlock the doors, call the cops, THEN go to the florist and buy myself a tasteful arrangement.
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