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twoleftfeet 5:31 Tue Oct 19
Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
What is the world coming to?

A guy spent 40 minutes harassing, groping and sexually assaulting a female passenger whilst other passengers did nothing to assist her but did make recordings of the attack.

40 minutes! FFS what is wrong with people? Why not help out a fellow human being? No wonder women are scared shitless of going out at the moment.

Would this happen in the UK? I hope not.

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cholo 11:23 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
She's probably not wrong though.

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:19 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Who knew that Homeopathy would be be one of Nurses trigger words.*





*Most of us.

Nurse Ratched 11:15 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
"We got through that by finding an excellent homeopath after watching a documentary about a doctor at Great Ormond Hospital who had the balls to say homeopathy medicine works.

We had to take him off all of the steroid creams we were told to use and to trust. It worked amazingly

As for the dowsing, yes, it sounds ridiculous to ask a pendulum to answer a question, but he was spot on every time. He could identify illness, likely mortality, he even used it to check whether the Christmas Turkey was done.

He also used it to see how long his wife of 40 years, whom had brain cancer, was going to live, so he could tell his four adult kids that it was time to come home and say good bye.

I'm a cynical fucker, but the man had a gift that I cannot explain"




Mate. You need round-the-clock care.

Mike Oxsaw 4:17 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Given that our histories are wildly variant, it is perhaps unsurprising that the pseudo-random mixture of genes that our ancestors have kindly passed down to us still contain traces of the ability to perform skills once many had but now are few in number.

The chances are that, while we were still hunter/gatherers, each troop/tribe had at least one person who could "read the signs" better than all others.

When we "settled down" those skills would generally fall from use and even if people (still) had them, they probably wouldn't recognise the fact (or they were regarded as "odd", or "cranks", and limited to performing party tricks for the masses).

Alfs 3:33 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Rios, how long ago was that? Alf was born 26 years ago.

It also led to terrible, horrible, nasty skin problems. He looked like he'd barely survived a fire, and in nursery school other kids wouldn't want to hold his hand, it was so horrid looking.

We got through that by finding an excellent homeopath after watching a documentary about a doctor at Great Ormond Hospital who had the balls to say homeopathy medicine works.

We had to take him off all of the steroid creams we were told to use and to trust. It worked amazingly

As for the dowsing, yes, it sounds ridiculous to ask a pendulum to answer a question, but he was spot on every time. He could identify illness, likely mortality, he even used it to check whether the Christmas Turkey was done.

He also used it to see how long his wife of 40 years, whom had brain cancer, was going to live, so he could tell his four adult kids that it was time to come home and say good bye.

I'm a cynical fucker, but the man had a gift that I cannot explain.

Then one night, he got up for a piss, and dropped dead in his bathroom, which is where I found him.

On the kitchen table was the remnants of his favourite meal which he's eaten a few hours before.

After every 'unexpected death' the police have to visit before the body can be removed. The copper called his doctor and was told "Colin was expecting it, as was I".

riosleftsock 1:17 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Alfs

We had a similar issue with our youngest girl. Doctor straight away said lactose intolerance, switch her milk, which we did. Wife's friend is a russian doctor at the same practice and said this is over-diagnosed, and its often a very short-term reaction and we should only switch for two weeks and then revert to breast and cow milk. Worked fine.

joe royal 12:25 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
I hate baked beans, even if they have been put on by mistake and scraped off. I can’t eat anything the sauce has touched.

Nurse Ratched 12:05 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Brilliant at lucky guesses, sure.


So paint the scene for me: there's your Jack Hargreaves-looking father-in-law with his pendulum or his coat hangers, and what's he doing? Waving them over your screaming infant and 'diagnosing' lactose intolerance?

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:05 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Dowser? As in fucks about with sticks to find water?

Alfs 12:02 Thu Oct 21
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
That's what I thought when I was first told. But he was brilliant at it and eerily accurate. He used a pendulum.

Nurse Ratched 11:57 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
A dowser...

Alfs 11:40 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Let me give you an example, Nurse.

My firstborn's mother tried and tried to breast feed him but only a tiny amount came out and his blood sugars were getting seriously low, so the doctor advised that he should go on to formula - which he did.

When we got him home he cried and cried and cried. Thinking he was hungry we'd feed him more formula but the crying persisted. Being our first we didn't know any better and thought it normal, but we were both at the end of our tether (I should add that at no point did we consider killing/maiming him).

After about three months of this my father-in-law, who was an incredibly talented dowser, did his stuff and announced that he was lactose intolerant and we were basically poisoning him with the formula. We took him for tests and his grandad was correct.

We switched to a soya milk formula and within a few days he was a happy little baby.

I was in my early 30s so had a certain maturity which helped me not to lose my rag in frustration, but it was without doubt the worst three months of my life, when it should have been amongst the best.

Brilliant that it was easy for you but that's not always the case.

Nurse Ratched 10:22 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
I don't like runner beans. I don't think anything that needs to be swallowed should be made out of velcro.

riosleftsock 10:08 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
"You just have to keep your eye on them, feed them stuff containing protein and vitamins, dunk them in warm soapy water, let them run around in the park, read them stories and give them cuddles. You don't have to be Einstein. Small kids are really easy"

They should put a copy of that up in every birthing unit, midwife unit, antenatal and post natal class.

By the way, the little pub hotel I stay in near Winchester was taken over yesterday by a new owner who hadn't had time to get any food in, so all she could offer me was a re-heated frozen pie (I was happy as it was made by the old owner, and superb) and I asked what veg they had, she said all they had was peas, but they are local. I think I ate over half a kilo of peas last night.

I like peas (and baked beans, but not together)

Nurse Ratched 9:59 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
We appear to be playing 'Who has the weirder kid'.

Too Much Too Young 9:45 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
https://www.business-live.co.uk/economic-development/peas-release-peculiar-phobia-3985956

Nurse Ratched 9:32 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/487630/Baked-beans-Man-has-phobia-of-Heinz-dish

Too Much Too Young 9:30 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
I see your peas nurse and raise you baked beans..middle son, refused to eat them as a kid and hasn't since. What kid doesn't like baked fucking beans??

, 9:21 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
The more we get to know about things like autism and the general spread of personality traits it seems to me that the term normal misleads.

Nurse Ratched 9:20 Wed Oct 20
Re: Woman raped on subway train whilst passengers recorded it.
Looks like the corpse of that #### Brian Laundrie might have been found.

Jaan Kenbrovin 9:08 Wed Oct 20
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Nurse Ratched 8:38 Wed Oct 20

Nothing to do with difficulty. It’s just the parents are selfish loons.

If they aren’t killing them for not being perfect, they are pushing them for celebrity riches.

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