Please don't read if blatant ignorance offends you.. ;>)

  1. (Edited because people got ridiculous and actually criticized me for posting this...get a sense of humor already!)
    Last edit by NICU_Nurse on Aug 28, '03
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  2. 37 Comments

  3. by   sunnygirl272
    <<<-----shakes head, laughs, gags, plugs nose in synmpathy all at the same time
  4. by   ~FloridaCCRN~
    That's why it's sooo important to teach our children to 'Just say no'!
    Omg....I don't know if I should :roll
  5. by   Rustyhammer
    That is one great story.
    Thanks.
    -Russell
  6. by   Lausana
    Can't stop laughing...

    I bet that woman probably won the "Lame ER" award of the night if she made it there :roll
  7. by   andrewsgranny
    OMG! Thes people are coming out of the woodwork.
    People,, I live a very sheltered life. And we know its out there we hear about it on TV but rarely do we ever experience it.
    But my neice's boyfriend is on something bad or is really schizophrenic. This guy surely cant afford to be out of it all the time. He only works in a junk yard. But anyway this boy see's tree people, and thinks they are after him. He leaves his house cause he just knows its bugged.He says that someone came in tore out the walls, and planted tape recorder's and BUGS so they know whats going on in his world and then replaced the walls all in a matter of 1 hour. He gets up in the middle of the night cause he hears people in the woods. Now granted I believe the police are after him for something simple. But this guy has lost it.
    I'm not a physc. nurse but I believe schizophrenia begins around the age of 18-19. I just believe he needs help.How can you tell these days if a person is sick or on drugs? Either way he has a long road ahead of him
    Last edit by andrewsgranny on Aug 25, '02
  8. by   stressedlpn
    that story made my night seem lame thanks for the laugh
  9. by   JailRN
    Typical crack whore.
  10. by   Zee_RN
    OMG is all I can say. I live such a sheltered life and didn't even realize it.

    Bless you for standing there and giving her advice. Maybe there weren't any real bugs, she was just in some acute phase of withdrawal or even a high. Beats me. I hope she did go to the E.D. and get some treatment. And I hope someone is praying for her. Yeesh.

    I'm retreating back to my little suburban world here....
  11. by   adrienurse
    Sounds like the woman has "all sorts of problems". You did your good deed for the day!
  12. by   BadBird
    I feel sorry for that woman, I don't see any humor in her suffering, too bad the news doesn't videotape people like that as a anti drug message, how sad.
  13. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Absolutely speechless Kristi. Oh my....

    Heather
  14. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    No, wait, I do have something to say. Besides the obvious oddities in this story, I find it absolutely frightening that a woman wandering the halls and cafeteria of a hospital in the middle of the night with a garbage bag on her head doesn't put up a few "red flags" in the minds of the people she had to have encountered. Safety is obviously an issue at your hospital. Unless psych was missing a patient.....

    Heather

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