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12.23.2009

I Call It . . .

"Trooper Holds Phone While Man Smokes and Talks" Explanation in the Update. (Where you can learn that even non life threatening injuries can get you a helicopter ride to a metroplex hospital.)

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

So Lifelike! Is it a Raphael?

Anonymous said...

Well I can multi-task by smoking and talking at the same time but also holding the phone is just too much to ask. If I could do all of that I'd be making a million dollars a week.

Anonymous said...

Hook 'em Horns!

Anonymous said...

Anyone got any stats on the percentage of incarcerated people who smoke? How about the percentage that have tatoos? Just curious.

Anonymous said...

I think he actually dialed 911 with his tounge to let the sheriff's office know that he's being held against his will!!

The Donald said...

Speaking of stats - Counselor, is the R. C. Bunger who is a Dallas lawyer the same one who taught stats at NTSU, er, UNT in the early '80s? (Well, it was NTSU when I was there.)

Would love to get my hands on a copy of "Bunger's Laws" that he distributed at the end of the semester. As I recall, it was very good advice...

Anonymous said...

I'm not used to the tires on my new car, but by some miracle I'm managing not to fishtail into trees and oncoming vehicles. From now on, all new tires must come with a warning label to prevent this. The man is a victim of poorly labeled tires, and has a small unit. All guys who are compelled to have these trucks have small units. But, if he is ever in need of fording a rocky stream because an invading army has knocked out all the bridges...this guy will be our hero.

Anonymous said...

lol when i first saw this, i thought the trooper was pulling the inbred's ear

mzchief said...

Two questions:
1. Does that count as his one phone call?
2. Is he calling his attorney or his mother?

concerned citizen said...

another case of WCEMS paramedics not being able to properly treat a patient's injuries and feeling the need to use air medical transport. What happened to the elite reputation that WCEMS once had? Sorry Mr. Dillard, but your new crop of paramedics aren't cutting it. Sorry for the bashing but someone needed to say it, maybe a new person in charge of hiring would help. Merry Christmas

Anonymous said...

I think that is very nice of the trooper to hold that man's phone for him to make his call.

Anonymous said...

This is big tobaccos fault.

Anonymous said...

My guess is that he doesn't have health insurance. Just a guess. Anyway, seems he is getting cadillac coverage with a ride in the whirlybird. And what is the gripe about people not getting healthcare in this great country??

hangman said...

until you know the full extent of the injuries that this person received then it is not safe to speculate wether the flite was necessary or not. while she may not of had life threating injuries there could have been limb threatening injuries or she could have been showing signs of internal injuries requiring a level 1 trauma center it is better to get to the trauma center and not need it than be setting in a hospitial that is not one and end up and need it. remember to get all the facts and in this case we will not have them all so dont jump to conclusions and say that wcems did wrong

Anonymous said...

Another Chico Moss family highlight picture for the scrapbook.

Anonymous said...

5:55 Do you then think everyone should be taken to the Mayo Clinic because whatever ails them MIGHT be in need of their expertise? This is exactly what runs up our medical costs. How about someone actually using their brain before blindly acting?

Anonymous said...

lemme guess, i guarantee u this freak is from "imbred city" CHICO, TEXAS