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04-02-2017, 22:49   #16
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How do you share a prison officer?
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How do you share a prison officer?
Cell by cell
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Did the PO monitor their conversations and make sure they didn't touch each other?
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To take a nap, the heat in hospitals would put you to sleep.
Did you see this or did you just make it up?
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Did you see this or did you just make it up?
This is basic common sense.
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04-02-2017, 23:05   #21
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This is basic common sense.
Common sense! So the prison officer sees someone on a trolley so tells his prisoner to hop on. He then thinks that it looks cosy so he gets on himself because of the heat.

Nowhere in the article does it say there was more than one person on the trolley. Have a read.

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This sounds like the synopsis of an extraordinarily low budget porn movie.
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There's a gay porno film in that story somewhere!
When I read that story it sounded almose Biblical !
how about this;
The Prisoner, (sinner) the Publican and the Pharisee.

I wonder if the Prison Officer get a go on the Trolly, or did he have to stand all the while?
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Common sense! So the prison officer sees someone on a trolley so tells his prisoner to hop on. He then thinks that it looks cosy so he gets on himself because off the heat.

Nowhere in the article does it say there was more than one person on the trolley. Have a read.
I believe that link is inaccurate.
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From article ------ "I arrived in the emergency room with my girlfriend. She was quite persistent that I needed to be seen very quickly," he said.

"We may have jumped the queue there a little bit. But I was in terrible pain - actually doubling over."

This is the bullsh*t I had to deal with yesterday in Dublin. I went to Gp who told me I had to go straight to hospital.

i spent 7 hours waiting to Be seen after triage, I appreciated and was thankful that I wasn't in a life or death situation. The amount of arseholes who came in demanding that they should not have to wait. Then the same people constantly knocking on the triage nurses door, when they knew a patient had just gone in to them, just to check how much longer they would have to wait. This was constant all day, time and time again imposing on other people's privacy and adding delay to the whole process

When I was finally called in I was brought in to my own cubicle, own bed, and full privacy, where I was looked after for another 7 hours. On the way to my cubicle, I passed all the people who had been nagging the staff all day to be seen quicker, and they were the ones sitting in chairs in the corridors within A+E

In response to the person who asked why the man didn't go private. I have a pretty high level insurance. My gp will be covered, but to go to the private hospital would have cost me 150.00 euros, not paid by any insurance company, and only would have received 50% on X-ray and bloods. As I had gone to the Gp first, I decided to go public as the rest of the service would be free

on a lighter note, I first saw this story when I saw a prison guard who was chained to a prisoner in the waiting room reading the story in the newspaper.

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""I arrived in the emergency room with my girlfriend. She was quite persistent that I needed to be seen very quickly," he said.

"We may have jumped the queue there a little bit. But I was in terrible pain - actually doubling over."

This is the bullsh*t I had to deal with yesterday in Dublin. I went to Gp who told me I had to go straight to hospital.

i spent 7 hours waiting to Be seen after triage, I apprecied and was thankful that I wasn't in a life or death situation. The amount of arseholes who came in demanding that they should not have to wait. Then the same people constantly knocking on the triage nurses door, when they knew a patient had just gone in to them, just to check how much longer they would have to wait. This was constant all day, time and time again imposing on other people's privacy and adding delay to the whole process

When I was finally called in I was brought in to my own cubicle, own bed, and full privacy, where I was looked after for another 7 hours. On the way to my cubicle, I passed all the people who had been nagging the staff all day to be seen quicker, and they were the ones sitting in chairs in the corridors within A+E

In response to the person who asked why the man didn't go private. I have a pretty high level insurance. My gp will be covered, but to go to the private hospital would have cost me 150.00 euros, not paid by any insurance company, and only would have received 50% on X-ray and bloods. As I had gone to the Gp first, I decided to go public as the rest of the service would be free

on a lighter note, I first saw this story when I saw a prison guard who was chained to a prisoner in the waiting room reading the story in the newspaper.
did the girlfriend get a go in the bed too?
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04-02-2017, 23:19   #27
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did the girlfriend get a go in the bed too?

Yes actually
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04-02-2017, 23:43   #28
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Simple fix : the patient gats the bed
prison officer gets the chair
the prisoner gets to stand, handcuffed to either the bed or the chair.
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Why is a publican using the the national health service? Should he not be going private seeing as tho he has a job.


cool story tho.
Because everyone with a job can afford health insurance?
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Yeh I don't believe that sorry.
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