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    Kids today...

    Huh
    "Being nice costs nothing and sometimes gets you extra bacon" - Pondlife.

    #2
    Originally posted by DaveB
    Fecking thick, fecking selfish or both. A good reason not to have mixed sex wards or mixed generation wards.
    Mmmm! Bite me off a bit of that!

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      #3
      I wonder what he would have done if the bloke on the other side was snoring...

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        #4
        Reminds me of the hospital in South Africa (I think) where the cleaning lady kept unplugging the life support for a particular bed cos she wanted to plug her floor cleaner in....people that were in that bed kept dying and noone knew why until they spotted her.....

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          #5
          I don't believe this story. Sorry Register, urban legend bullshit.

          But a good crack all the same!
          Last edited by wendigo100; 20 June 2007, 08:41.

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            #6
            Originally posted by wendigo100
            I don't believe this story. Sorry Register, urban legend bullshit. But a good crack all the same!
            A quick google on the name brings up a number of web sites in the same vein as the register, but no official source. No Southern German newspaper.
            I am not qualified to give the above advice!

            The original point and click interface by
            Smith and Wesson.

            Step back, have a think and adjust my own own attitude from time to time

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              #7
              "For several months, our nurses have been baffled to find a dead patient in the same bed every Friday morning" a spokeswoman for the Pelonomi Hospital (Free State, South Africa) told reporters. "There was no apparent cause for any of the deaths, and extensive checks on the air conditioning system, and a search for possible bacterial infection, failed to reveal any clues." "However, further inquiries have now revealed the cause of these deaths. It seems that every Friday morning a cleaner would enter the ward, remove the plug that powered the patient's life support system, plug her floor polisher into the vacant socket, then go about her business. When she had finished her chores, she would plug the life support machine back in and leave, unaware that the patient was now dead. She could not, after all, hear the screams and eventual death rattle over the whirring of her polisher. "We are sorry, and have sent a strong letter to the cleaner in question. Further, the Free State Health and Welfare Department is arranging for an electrician to fit an extra socket, so there should be no repetition of this incident. The enquiry is now closed."

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