|EvilHomer - 2015-10-12 |
I heard your dad went into a hospital and ate everything in the hospital and they had to close the hospital!
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
We're getting free health insurance in work, they had a lady in from the insurance company to talk us through it. When she said 'dental plan' I almost shat myself!!
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2015-10-12 |
That's a bit too much Pt. Judith-style fried calamari for that guy.
|oddeye - 2015-10-12 |
Turns out he was allergic to the mushrooms and was then rushed to ER.
|animegurl1000 - 2015-10-12 |
Jeff Spicoli really hit a wall, didn't he?
|Hugo Gorilla - 2015-10-12 |
Obesity aside, John Assanti is a repugnant person. I can't find it at the moment, but there used to be a video on You Tube of him laying in a hospital bed incessantly screeching "nigger" at his nurse who's trying to assist him. And he was on one of those Dr. Phil's House specials (or whatever they were called) where he unashamedly makes racist comments to one of black housemates. He has a channel where he mugs for negative attention and occasionally plays at "leaving forever." Here's a video he deleted from his account.
All I'm saying is that he probably was kicked out for more than ordering a pizza. Or, at least, that was a good excuse to get him out.
I'm sure the pizza was just his straw that broke the camel's back, metaphorically speaking of course, since even methadone clinics won't kick you out for drugs, but really? Working at the VA hospital I saw the worst kind of racism and homophibia on a daily basis, and we just soldiered through. I know that possible post traumatic stress disorder's not like an eating disorder, and some people have both and some have neither regardless of prior experience, but you don't throw someone out of a hospital unless the threat becomes physical. And if I want to stretch my metaphor a little further, if he did break the rules and endangered himself, throwing him out of a hospital is no different from throwing a suicidal vet out after repeated attempts on the inside, just saying "go ahead and kill yourself but not here."
Maybe an insurance thing...I doubt they'll be happy paying for a 4 year stay while an obese guy keeps breaking from the program.
Also don't organ transplant programs kick you off the list if you violate some rules, or did House lie to me?!
That's a good point. I do believe that something like a liver or lung transplant will be postponed and eventually denied if you continue to smoke or drink, but since you're probably in the hospital anyway it's as hard to get in as it is in prison, even though it's completely legal as a pizza to have. If someone decides "hey I'd rather drink and smoke then get the care I need" then the hospital can say you're on your own, but they won't kick you out if they find a bottle of booze or a pack of cigarettes hidden in your room, they'll just figure out a solution. And a fifth of whiskey on a fucked up liver or a pack of cigarettes is minimal damage anyway, but so's a whole pizza for a guy of this size.
That doctor from "My 600-Pound Life" will eventually tell you to go pound sand if you keep intentionally fucking up, which I think is like 1000% legit. He'll get patients in therapy, get them a dietitian to come to their house and shit, etc. But if you won't play ball no matter how hard people try to help you, I think it's better to tell them to fuck off rather than waste everyone else's time and money.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class
Hoo boy, that link. Maybe I wouldn't feel so bad about it if this guy finished dying of utterly predictable heart failure.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-10-13 |
I thought this guy looked familiar.
|American Standard - 2015-10-13 |
I'm familiar with this dude's previous exploits. Can't wait until he dies.
|Callamon - 2015-10-13 |
|chumbucket - 2015-10-14 |
"Tetsuo, noooooooooo!" squish
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