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  • novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:13 pm #79743 Reply

    Well, let’s all thank the county board for when this happens at Courthouse because there is NO WAY POSSIBLE this was the result of anyone other than a homeless person.

     

    So enjoy your bio hazards.

    mrteapots July 11, 2013 - 4:16 pm #79746 Reply

    They shouldn’t have closed so many asylums in the 80s. That’s why there are so many deranged homeless people out there. You can thank Reagan for that.

    Theakston July 11, 2013 - 4:18 pm #79748 Reply

    Right, yeah, sure, Homeless people, yeah, they’re always carrying around stuff like  “sealed medical waste with labels indicating it was from 1985″

    novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:20 pm #79749 Reply

    So people should be forced to go into asylums?

    Dezlboy July 11, 2013 - 4:22 pm #79751 Reply

    @NS, right.  A homeless person has been carrying around sealed containers of  medical waste consisting of blood and needles  since 1985. Give it a rest. It’s more likely that a hungry vampire left their “bag o blood” snacks behind.

    Dezlboy July 11, 2013 - 4:22 pm #79752 Reply

    @NS asked, “So people should be forced to go into asylums?”

    You? Yes.

     

    Theakston July 11, 2013 - 4:24 pm #79753 Reply

    I see you are once again attempting to step over the issue of your incorrect and bigotted assumption with which you started this thread. Bravo!

     

    novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:26 pm #79754 Reply

    Dezl: Try reading the article. They found  a cardboard box, a worn one, with a piece of crap in it. Then later when they sent the hazmat team they found sealed medical waste bags inside of the box. It wasn’t that they found a sealed medical waste bag with a piece of crap in it.

     

    Okay, now read it again, then apologize. nobody other than a homeless person could have done this unless unless they escaped from an asylum.

    novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:31 pm #79755 Reply

    If you were forced to deal with occam’s razor here, what do you think is the most likely culprit here? Can you admit it or does accepting reality offend your liberal sensibilities?

     

     

    mrteapots July 11, 2013 - 4:33 pm #79756 Reply

    @novasteve

     

    Yes, if they are a physical liability and nuisance to society then yes.

    novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:35 pm #79758 Reply

    So you don’t believe in freedom? You think people should be locked up if they bother you? Even I don’t believe that. I just don’t want them imported to the most expensive area on my tab.

    mrteapots July 11, 2013 - 4:39 pm #79759 Reply

    @steve

     

    People that are deranged enough to do something like this are a liability and hazard to society. It has nothing to do with being bothered (if I had a nickle for everything that bothers you LOL).

    novasteve July 11, 2013 - 4:41 pm #79760 Reply

    It’s just a box of poop and syringes that were sealed. No risk to anyone. Should we ban birds and other animals from public since they poop in public? What about sick people? ALl the germs and virii they give off that can make others sick. Even non sick people can get others sick. That’s a hazard to society.

     

    How would you have be rich you had a nickle for everything that bothers me? Didn’t you only register here today?

    Dezlboy July 11, 2013 - 4:46 pm #79761 Reply

    @NS wrote,” They found  a cardboard box, a worn one, with a piece of crap in it. Then later when they sent the hazmat team they found sealed medical waste bags inside of the box. It wasn't that they found a sealed medical waste bag with a piece of crap in it”

    I think the article is unclear as to whether the first reported human waste is or is not the sealed medical waste that also contained blood and needles.

    But, you aren’t blaming the homeless for the 1985 sealed medical waste portions are you?

     

    wimmer201 July 11, 2013 - 4:48 pm #79762 Reply

    Whoever said there are no stupid questions obviously never met you.

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