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  • #46
    To get back on everyone's favorite topic - human feces - some crazy sh*t from the great Garden State:


    Mystery high school pooper wants tapes of alleged defecation

    The “Pooperintendent of Schools” accused of repeatedly defecating on campus grounds wants police to cut the crap and show him the surveillance footage used to arrest him.

    Thomas W. Tramaglini, 42, appeared in court Tuesday to request the full videos that allegedly show him taking a dump on the athletic field at Holmdel High School in New Jersey, NJ.com reported.

    The Kenliworth Public Schools superintendent was arrested in April after weeks of faculty discovering feces on a “daily basis” near or on the track and football field, according to police.

    In an attempt to nab the mystery pooper, police set up surveillance cameras that helped them identify Tramaglini as the suspect, according to NJ.com.

    Police arrested the superintendent around 5:50 a.m. April 30 while he was running on the school track, which is around three miles from his Aberdeen home.

    Tramaglini’s lawyers requested the full video and the identity of a witness who claimed Tuesday that there were problems with details related to the footage. The defense team said the superintendent only received “snippets” of the supposedly damning video, NJ.com reported.

    He faces charges for public defecation, littering and lewdness in the case.
    https://nypost.com/2018/06/12/myster...ged-defecation


    Classic serial offender. He wants the full tapes so he can relive his crimes over and over. Probably watch himself on his phone while taking a crap in a public swimming pool...

    BTDT2 , what were you saying again about Bay area weirdos outperforming Jersey weirdos?

    PS: I wish I were that regular where I could take a crap every morning like clockwork.






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    • PR723
      PR723 commented
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      The " mad pooper" is( was) a female jogger who defecated in front yards, on sidewalks, and in front of a drugstore.

      The" bowel movement bandit" defecated in dorm room washing machines 8 times on clothes in the washing machine that had finished the wash cycle.

      Considering the fact that these people obviously have some unresolved psychological issues, would a bout of constipation cause a psychotic break?

    • not.in.MY.town
      not.in.MY.town commented
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      PR723 Yes, constipation would probably make these folks even more miserable than the rest of us.

  • #47
    I have a real “WTF” story. I knew an MRI Tech who one day decided to wear ankle weights to work, ankle weights filled with hundreds of tiny stainless steel balls. When he bought them, he asked the cashier if they were MRI friendly, cause you know, cashiers are MRI experts.

    As soon as this fool got near the 3 Tesla MRI, he got sucked in by one ankle. His leg was twisted up and behind him cutting off circulation. Now you can’t just pull metal off the magnet bore without powering down the machine, a process that takes a few hours.

    Someone had to go in there and cut the weight off his ankle risking the release of the stainless steel balls. If that had happened it would have been like a shotgun going off with those balls going thru everything in their path.

    Thankfully it went well and nothing catastrophic happened else you all would have seen it on the National news and yes the idiot was fired. Here is a video of what happens when ferrous metals are introduced into an MRI machine:
     
    "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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    • #48
      Originally posted by NOLA2005 View Post
      I have a real “WTF” story. I knew an MRI Tech who one day decided to wear ankle weights to work, ankle weights filled with hundreds of tiny stainless steel balls. When he bought them, he asked the cashier if they were MRI friendly, cause you know, cashiers are MRI experts.

      As soon as this fool got near the 3 Tesla MRI, he got sucked in by one ankle. His leg was twisted up and behind him cutting off circulation. Now you can’t just pull metal off the magnet bore without powering down the machine, a process that takes a few hours.

      Someone had to go in there and cut the weight off his ankle risking the release of the stainless steel balls. If that had happened it would have been like a shotgun going off with those balls going thru everything in their path.

      Thankfully it went well and nothing catastrophic happened else you all would have seen it on the National news and yes the idiot was fired. Here is a video of what happens when ferrous metals are introduced into an MRI machine:
      Nice teamwork by Charles Darwin and Raymond Damadian!

      Did the fool return to have an MRI of his mangled ankle and leg done?

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      • NOLA2005
        NOLA2005 commented
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        I can only hope he never went near an MRI again...

    • #49
      Originally posted by NOLA2005 View Post
      I have a real “WTF” story. I knew an MRI Tech who one day decided to wear ankle weights to work, ankle weights filled with hundreds of tiny stainless steel balls. When he bought them, he asked the cashier if they were MRI friendly, cause you know, cashiers are MRI experts.

      As soon as this fool got near the 3 Tesla MRI, he got sucked in by one ankle. His leg was twisted up and behind him cutting off circulation. Now you can’t just pull metal off the magnet bore without powering down the machine, a process that takes a few hours.

      Someone had to go in there and cut the weight off his ankle risking the release of the stainless steel balls. If that had happened it would have been like a shotgun going off with those balls going thru everything in their path.

      Thankfully it went well and nothing catastrophic happened else you all would have seen it on the National news and yes the idiot was fired. Here is a video of what happens when ferrous metals are introduced into an MRI machine:
      Nola thanks for posting, as we discussed offline this can very well be an officer safety issue. During my career I’ve handled priority calls within hospitals. On more than one occasion I handled violent events in Radiology.

      I realize some members reading my post may think hospital violence only happens in the cinema and most hospitals have security.

      From my experience violent crimes happen at hospitals and non sworn hospital security for all intents and purposes are watchman and late night parking lot escorts.

      With all the ferrous metal equipment LEO’s carry, I recommend those members with a hospital in their district watch this YouTube.

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      • BTDT2
        BTDT2 commented
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        Answer to a private message: Yes the barrel and slide of a G17 and S&W cuffs are made of ferrous metal.
        Answer to a second private message: No a shot glass or ginger root are not made of ferrous metal.
        Note: PM turned off before asked if tricycle seats are made of ferrous metal.
        Last edited by BTDT2; 06-14-2018, 11:14 PM.

      • PR723
        PR723 commented
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        When one looks at our hospital security from a distance, the uniform looks almost identical to our local PD, but as you get closer, you realize that their " duty belt" holds a walkie- talkie.

        When I was going through my internships at various hospitals, I quickly realized how naive I had been in my belief that hospitals were secure/safe work environments.At one hospital where the majority of the pts engaged in a lot of " street activity, I learned some pretty valuable lessons. Not with my CI's help, though. She was lazy and in general a real piece of work who was disliked by her co-workers. She loved to send me into dicey situations completely blind.

        We have been through several active shooter drills which have been very informative and have resulted in the staff meeting to discuss specific action plans for the floor knowing that more than likely our bosses will be hiding under their desks in their locked offices.
        Last edited by PR723; 06-15-2018, 10:04 AM.

      • Pogue Mahone
        Pogue Mahone commented
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        Are ferrets made of metal?

    • #50
      Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post
      Nola thanks for posting, as we discussed offline this can very well be an officer safety issue. During my career I’ve handled priority calls within hospitals. On more than one occasion I handled violent events in Radiology.

      I realize some members reading my post may think hospital violence only happens in the cinema and most hospitals have security.

      From my experience violent crimes happen at hospitals and non sworn hospital security for all intents and purposes are watchman and late night parking lot escorts.

      With all the ferrous metal equipment LEO’s carry, I recommend those members with a hospital in their district watch this YouTube.
      Here's an article about an officer who responded to a burglary call in an MRI suite:

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...lqU_TP70y97Sfv

      Not only will the magnet take your gun, it may cause it to discharge. And it will also erase all info on the magnetic strips on license, credit cards, reward cards in your wallet.
      Last edited by NOLA2005; 06-14-2018, 11:22 PM.
      "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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      • BTDT2
        BTDT2 commented
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        no doubt a WTF moment....

    • #51
      Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post
      Nola thanks for posting, as we discussed offline this can very well be an officer safety issue. During my career I’ve handled priority calls within hospitals. On more than one occasion I handled violent events in Radiology.

      I realize some members reading my post may think hospital violence only happens in the cinema and most hospitals have security.

      From my experience violent crimes happen at hospitals and non sworn hospital security for all intents and purposes are watchman and late night parking lot escorts.

      With all the ferrous metal equipment LEO’s carry, I recommend those members with a hospital in their district watch this YouTube.
      "In the cinema" -- WTF? The last time I heard anyone in the US call it that was when responding to a disturbance at a nursing home.

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      • #52
        Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post

        "In the cinema" -- WTF? The last time I heard anyone in the US call it that was when responding to a disturbance at a nursing home.
        The "silver screen" is a better choice....

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        • #53


          WTF, Hey not.in.MY.town, I thought you were issued a G22 Gen4 and basket weave leather?


          PR723 any idea what My.town is carrying?



          Last edited by BTDT2; 06-15-2018, 04:17 PM.

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          • #54
            Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post


            WTF, Hey not.in.MY.town, I thought you were issued a G22 Gen4 and basket weave leather?


            PR723 any idea what My.town is carrying?
            Wow. I had to deal with a lot of jokes and pranks after that motel room incident...but surprisingly, nobody did THAT.

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            • #55
              Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post
              The "silver screen" is a better choice....
              Don't feel bad. I've been made fun of for my antiquated choice of words...

              One day I told my kids how some driver got her thong stuck on the gas pedal and rammed my cruiser. They were laughing and laughing...and I told them "that's really not funny. I could have gotten hurt". They were like "sorry, dad, but how did she get her underwear stuck on the gas pedal? What the hell was she doing?" And then it dawned on me that they had never heard the term "thong" used for footwear before.

              After I cleared up the misunderstanding, the little brats laughed even harder at my "ancient" terminology.

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              • #56
                not.in.MY.town:
                I wish I were that regular where I could take a crap every morning like clockwork.


                PR723 any idea what My.town is carrying?



                A simple ginger tea made with fresh ginger root can help relieve constipation. To make a simple ginger tea, take a thumb-sized piece of fresh, peeled ginger and add it to two or three cups of boiling water. Allow it to steep for at least 20 minutes before drinking. You can add a teaspoon of honey to enhance the laxative effects of the ginger and to sweeten the ginger tea.

                My.town, I feel your pain, but you might want to find a better way to carry your root, so you don't have to leave your pistol at the house.

                P.S.

                My. town, I used the word "flummoxed" one day at work and you should have seen the reactions from the 20 something therapists in the department. Oh well.








                " In life, all good things come hard, but wisdom is the hardest to come by."

                Lucille Ball

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                • #57
                  Originally posted by PR723 View Post
                  not.in.MY.town:
                  I wish I were that regular where I could take a crap every morning like clockwork.
                  PR723,
                  Should not.in.MY.town seek immediate medical help if he experiences estreñimiento lasting more than 4 hours?

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                  • PR723
                    PR723 commented
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                    According to many of my pts, he should.

                    A frequent conversation I have with my pts:

                    Me: Good morning Mr./Mrs._____. How are you feeling today.?
                    Pt: It's 8:00 and I still haven't had a BM. I need a laxative.
                    Me: When was your last BM?
                    Pt: 8:00 yesterday morning.
                    Me: Getting up and moving around will help you have a BM.
                    Pt:I'd rather have the laxative
                    Last edited by PR723; 06-15-2018, 07:46 PM.

                  • not.in.MY.town
                    not.in.MY.town commented
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                    estreñimiento or erección?

                • #58
                  Originally posted by PR723 View Post
                  not.in.MY.town:
                  I wish I were that regular where I could take a crap every morning like clockwork.


                  PR723 any idea what My.town is carrying?


                  A simple ginger tea made with fresh ginger root can help relieve constipation. To make a simple ginger tea, take a thumb-sized piece of fresh, peeled ginger and add it to two or three cups of boiling water. Allow it to steep for at least 20 minutes before drinking. You can add a teaspoon of honey to enhance the laxative effects of the ginger and to sweeten the ginger tea.

                  My.town, I feel your pain, but you might want to find a better way to carry your root, so you don't have to leave your pistol at the house.
                  Thanks for the recipe! I certainly appreciate your interest in my BMs.

                  There's another convenient way to "carry" a ginger root...but it's excruciatingly painful.

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                  • PR723
                    PR723 commented
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                    Did a " friend" tell you that? (G)
                    Last edited by PR723; 06-15-2018, 07:55 PM.

                  • not.in.MY.town
                    not.in.MY.town commented
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                    PR723 My "friend" learned many things the hard way...but fortunately, the disappearing ginger root was an on duty observation.

                • #59
                  Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post

                  Thanks for the recipe! I certainly appreciate your interest in my BMs.

                  There's another convenient way to "carry" a ginger root...but it's excruciatingly painful.
                  Now if for some reason you go that route , keep in mind that things can get sucked way up there and become inaccessible. If this happens you will need to go to the nearest ER, have xrays taken that will need to be reviewed by ALL er staff, you know just to be sure of the diagnosis, and object removed by some big *** cold steel forceps.

                  One way to avoid above scenario is to tie one end of string around end of ginger root and the other around, ummm, something else....

                  Hope this helps!
                  ​​​​​​
                  Last edited by NOLA2005; 06-15-2018, 09:41 PM.
                  "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path."

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                  • #60
                    With three medical professionals contributing to this thread I have a serious question.

                    If sucked way up there and inaccessible will not.in.MY.town be physically able and medically cleared to compete in California's highly touted Bay area senior division nude tricycle event next month. I understand not.in.MY.town brings his own traveling rooting section.

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