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(WTSP)   News: Man, 90, trapped in his car for four days, survives on snacks. Fark: Uses Fig Newtons to measure time. Florida: In his own garage   ( wtsp.com) divider line
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2013-05-08 01:25:29 PM  
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bikkurikun: Someone who is 90 years old shouldn't be driving a car to begin with.

Because you say so? Evidently this old guy could handle it. It was just at the grocery store where he needed someone to look out for him.
2013-05-08 12:05:03 PM  
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What I want to know is how the fark the store let him go. If a dude falls and breaks his arm and hip in your store, you call paramedics, not have your employees carry the man out and throw him in his car. There had best be a lawsuit coming.
2013-05-08 10:04:46 AM  
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Why would he stay in the garage when he obviously was able to drive in to the garage in the first place? He must have a garage door opener. So, open the garage and drive out again. Drive to a neighbor's or flag down a pedestrian for help.
2013-05-08 09:43:22 AM  
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To be fair, gramps did drive himself home from the grocery store with a broken arm AND a broken hip.  So he's not a total feeb.
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