Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by 172traindriver, 21 Jan 2016.
Stop being miserable Bones
Don't have nightmares...
Hang on Mr. @classic33, I am confused. Were you being X-rayed? Your description doesn't sound "Minor".
Could be anything from alcohol induced aggression (i.e. a violent drunk) to Schizophrenia triggered by a person in a uniform...
Up and awake to get fresh bread for the family, and rather gratifyingly, no muscle aches and pains after yesterday. Clearly cycling is keeping me young (not to mention fit, and incredibly good looking.)
In other news: first cuppa of the day.
All quiet another night survived
Jail them THEN deny them free medical treatment for life, make them pay full whack everytime they need medical help..
Jail not a deteerent but the cost of your treatment is a fine evey time they get ill FOR LIFE..
and place in stocks, rotten fruit an option or use what ever you want
Don’t start me! I used to hate taking prisoners to hospitals, invariably after self inflicted injuries. They were very rarely pleasant to the staff. Most selfish, demanding people you could ever meet. Made me sick how they got seen and attended to so quickly while some poor old dear would have to sit and wait.
Authorities are too soft...
and calm down, missus
Lol. I’ve just downloaded the Eurosport player so might watch some cycling.......since I can’t be bothered actually doing any!
You trusting "that mirror" again!
I'm still not certain that's correct.
What ever you want, your last optionn.
Mo was on at 5:20, if you're not careful you might find yourself on a short early morning run.
Two were shoplifters who'd been caught. The firsr when he missed the door on his way out, whi tried a "runner" whilst handcuffed. The third just kicked a nurse, on arrival, and got bundled into a side room.
Minor in the fact that I walked out. It's a "problem" when they keep me in after being seen. "Slight problem" when I don't end up having to go there.
It was being x-rayed as you said though.
Coffin.........back in it Bones and behave
I'm still wondering why they needed to X-ray him...
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