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    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:07
      In a suburb of Houston in February, a 16-year-old boy was charged with
      shooting his father, Jacob Hughes, 43, because he mistakenly believed Dad was
      beating up Mom. However (according to KPRC-TV), sheriff's deputies, after
      investigating the alleged domestic abuse, said that the couple were merely
      having robust sex, during which the mother apparently got really loud, which
      awakened and frightened the boy and his younger brother. [KPRC-TV (Houston),
      • Gość: dobry wujek IP: * 11.04.05, 17:59
        Mieszkający na przedmieściach Houston 16 latek został w lutym oskarżony o
        zastrzelenie swojego ojca, Jacoba Hughesa (43), ponieważ pomyłkowo uznał, że
        tata bije mamę. Jednak (jak podaje KPRC-TV), zastępcy szeryfa po zbadaniu
        sprawy domniemanej przemocy rodzinnej, orzekli że rodzice odbywali ostry
        stosunek seksualny, podczas którego matka zachowywała się widocznie bardzo
        głośno, co obudziło i przestraszyło chłopca i jego młodszego brata. [KPRC-TV
        (Houston) 11-2-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:08
      After several incidents of teacher-student sex in Florida, it was almost a
      relief in January that Perry, Fla., teacher Natalie Whalen, 58, was accused
      only of biting a student (who had tried to take a CD player from her desk) or
      that, in February, Orlando high school chemistry teacher David Pieski, 42, was
      accused only of teaching his class how to make a bomb. But the crisis returned
      in March when a man revealed in a divorce deposition that not only had he had
      trysts with his son's Boynton Beach elementary school music teacher, Carol
      Flannigan, but so had the son. [Tallahassee Democrat-AP, 1-29-05] [CNN-AP,
      2-16-05] [Boca Raton News, 3-5-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:54
      The Transportation Security Administration removed a screener from Newark
      Liberty International Airport in February, and scheduled retraining, after a
      passenger reported that she had inadvertently been allowed to pass a checkpoint
      with a butcher knife in her purse. The passenger, Katrina Bell, 27, was not
      charged with a crime because she had merely forgotten about the knife, having
      put it there earlier in the week before heading out on a "blind date." [CNN-AP,
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:56
      YMCA - Young Male Christian Association (nota bene)

      The executive director of Chicago's New City YMCA was fired in December
      following a major scheduling snafu. The facility's pool had been reserved for a
      kids' swim meet beginning on a Sunday morning at 7 a.m., but the facility had
      also been reserved (for Saturday overnight, until 8 a.m. Sunday) for a ball and
      fashion show for transsexuals. Parents arriving with their kids had to pass
      gaudily dressed men on their way to the locker rooms and allegedly found the
      floors littered with cigarette butts and condoms. [Chicago Sun-Times, 12-20-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:57
      Dallas artist James Sooy, 22, weary of his eyeglasses constantly slipping down
      his nose, had a practical piercing done in December, inserting a bar through the
      upper bridge of his nose and having his prescription lenses affixed to it. Sooy
      seemed to believe there was money to be made with the idea, but an optometrist
      interviewed by the Houston Chronicle said prescriptions would be harder to
      adjust "if you have a hole in your face," and a Houston body-modification
      technician said work like Sooy's would require a longer-than-normal healing
      time. [Houston Chronicle, 2-23-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:58
      Matthew Porter, 25, was arrested on the Bear Creek Park Frisbee Golf Course in
      the Dallas suburb of Grapevine, Texas, in February, and charged with possession
      of marijuana after a police officer said he smelled dope in a group of men that
      included Porter. Porter had no marijuana on him at the time, but while the
      officer was checking the men's identification, Porter's Labrador retriever,
      J.D., emerged from an adjacent pond, apparently having obediently (though
      unwisely) "fetched" a plastic bag containing 4 grams of marijuana. [Fort Worth
      Star-Telegram, 2-15-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 12:59
      Another baseball fan sued after being hit by a foul ball that he allegedly first
      tried to catch (this time being Elkins Park, Pa., dentist Neil Pakett's lawsuit
      against the Philadelphia Phillies, in February). And the U.S. Forest Service
      again exercised its brand-new authority to send a bill to a person who started a
      major fire (this time the 2003 fire in California's Mendocino National Forest,
      for which Jason Hoskey, 26, was asked in February to please cover the
      firefighting cost of $18.2 million). And once again, a plane crashed into a
      cemetery, strewing bodies among the graves (this time killing two at the St.
      Lawrence Cemetery, Knottsville, Ky., in December). [Los Angeles Times-AP,
      2-4-05] [MSNBC-AP, 2-25-05] [WKYT-TV (Lexington, Ky.)-AP, 1-2-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:03
      Porchia Bennett of Philadelphia was last visited by her father, Lester Trapp,
      when she was 1, then virtually abandoned by her drug-addicted mother, Tiffany
      Bennett, at age 2, to fall to the custody of Tiffany's drug-addicted sister and
      the sister's boyfriend, who lived in rat-infested squalor and who are now
      charged with killing Porchia at age 3 through starvation and physical abuse. In
      February, Trapp and his parents filed a lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia
      for failing to protect Porchia (with Tiffany also entitled to share the proceeds
      as Porchia's "beneficiary"). [Philadelphia Daily News, 2-25-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:07
      A February report from the White House's Office of Management and Budget (OMB),
      grading federal departments and agencies on five administrative performance
      criteria, concluded that the second-worst-performing agency was OMB. [University
      of Wisconsin Oshkosh Advance-Titan, 2-16-05] [Washington Post, 2-8-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:09
      According to Transportation Security Administration officials, New Jersey
      psychiatrist Esha Khoshnu, in a stopover in Phoenix en route to a professional
      meeting in San Diego in February, got "mouthy and snippy" with Mesa Airlines
      agents who wanted to examine her luggage, reportedly saying, "(Even if) I had a
      bomb, you wouldn't find it." Agents, following TSA protocol, detained her,
      causing her to miss her flight, and her luggage, loaded onto another flight, was
      eventually detonated on the tarmac at Lindbergh Field in San Diego. [Arizona
      Republic, 2-18-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:12
      Six years ago, during a brief affair in Chicago, Dr. Sharon Irons manually
      inseminated herself with sperm from Dr. Richard O. Phillips, following oral sex.
      The result was a daughter, now aged 5, for whom Phillips has reluctantly been
      paying $800 a month to support while his lawsuit against Irons for deception
      travels through Illinois courts. A trial judge had dismissed all of his claims,
      but in February, the Illinois Appeals Court granted a partial reversal, ordering
      a trial on whether she inflicted "emotional distress" by a legally "outrageous"
      act. However, the court dismissed Phillips' claim that Irons had "stolen" his
      sperm, stating that "it was a gift, an absolute and irrevocable transfer of
      title to property from a donor to a donee" and that, without a specific
      agreement to return it, it was hers to do with as she pleased. [Pittsburgh
      Post-Gazette-AP, 2-24-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:16
      Train conductor Patrick Phillips, 52, won $8.5 million in an out-of-court
      settlement in February with Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway, which was
      involved in a collision with a freight train in 2002. Phillips suffered a mild
      concussion in the crash, which he said then triggered his sudden desire to
      become a serious alcoholic (leading to his eventual dementia), whereas he said
      his drinking had previously been under control. [Lakeland Ledger-AP, 2-2-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:21
      Said Elaine Edwards of Mink, La., one of the last remaining places in the
      country to be without telephone service, until lines were installed in January:
      "It wasn't 15 minutes after that phone was in before a telemarketer called me."
      [New York Daily News, 1-15-05] [Tuscaloosa News-AP, 1-31-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:23
      Harvey Kash, 69, and Carl Lanzisera, 65, were arrested while standing in line at
      the courthouse in Hempstead, N.Y., in January, only because, said court
      officials, they were telling anti-lawyer jokes, to the irritation of a lawyer
      within earshot. Charges against Lanzisera were dropped, but prosecutors actually
      referred Kash's case to a grand jury, which, three weeks later, refused to
      indict him. (Said Kash's attorney, "Crime must be at a record low in Nassau
      County for the grand jury to have time for this.") [New York Post, 2-9-05;
      Newsday, 1-12-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:24
      In January, the Fox TV network, concerned about an FCC crackdown on "indecency,"
      voluntarily blurred out the unclothed rear end of a cartoon character on the
      adult program "Family Guy" (even though the network had run the same image,
      intact, five years earlier). Also in January, the Design Review Board of
      Snohomish, Wash., rejected the mural planned for the side of the BBQ Shack
      restaurant, in part, reported the owner, because its five pink pigs were naked.
      [San Francisco Chronicle-AP, 1-17-05] [Seattle Post-Intelligencer-AP, 12-30-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 11.04.05, 13:28
      On a July evening, two girls, ages 17 and 18, decided to bake cookies as a
      gesture of kindness for their neighbors and then to deliver them right away
      (with notes reading, "Have a great night!"). Their town of Durango, Colo., is
      small enough (population, 14,000) that nighttime visits can sometimes be made
      without creating anxiety, but apparently not at Wanda Renae Young's house. She
      was so traumatized by the 10:30 knocking at her door that she wound up in the
      hospital emergency room the next day, then sued the girls for that expense, and
      in January was awarded $900 by a judge, sending the girls into tears. (However,
      townspeople chipped in to pay the $900.) [Denver Post, 2-4-05]
    • Gość: kizimizi IP: * 11.04.05, 16:43
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    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:14
      America's Real Gun Problem (all new)

      The following people accidentally shot themselves recently: Joey Lujan, 22, shot
      himself in the head trying to show that his gun wasn't loaded (Rialto, Calif.,
      December). Abran Godoy, 20, shot himself while tucking his gun into his
      waistband after a robbery (King City, Calif., November). A 20-year-old man shot
      himself in a femoral artery while showing off for friends (Salt Lake City,
      November). Latie Whitley, 34, shot himself in the face while allegedly robbing a
      delicatessen (New York City, December). Jeffrey Wagner, 22, shot himself while
      tucking his gun into his waistband after showing it to a friend (Dayton, Ohio,
      January). Lance Cole, 24, won $2,500 in damages from the police after an officer
      kicked him in the groin two days after he had shot himself in the genitals (St.
      Louis, Mo., January). [Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, Calif.), 12-27-04]
      [Monterey Herald, 11-18-04] [Deseret Morning News, 11-20-04] [Newsday, 11-27-04]
      [WHIO-TV (Dayton), 1-4-05] [St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1-25-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:15
      Farmington Hills, Mich., elementary school teacher Nancy Seaman, 52, on trial
      for murdering her husband, said it was self-defense, even though a reported
      autopsy said he had been stabbed 21 times and struck with a hatchet 15 times.
      (She was convicted in December.) And University of Virginia student Andrew
      Alston, on trial for fatally stabbing a firefighter after a night of
      bar-hopping, said the victim had actually inadvertently stabbed himself during
      aikido horseplay (even though there were 18 stab wounds, spread among the heart,
      arms, back, shoulder and face). (Alston was convicted of manslaughter in
      November.) [WEWS-TV (Cleveland), 12-14-04] [The Daily Progress
      (Charlottesville), 11-9-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:19
      After five years of the New Mexico government always accepting Viola Trevino's
      child support claims against Steve Barreras (over the vasectomied Barreras'
      objections), a court in Albuquerque finally ruled in December that the child
      never existed. The judge concluded that Trevino had lied numerous times and had
      forged DNA evidence, birth certificates, and other documents and that Barreras
      had been unjustly forced to pay $20,000 in support, even though Trevino had
      never publicly produced the child. In December, having run out of excuses,
      Trevino borrowed a little girl from a stranger on the street and took her into
      the courtroom to "be" her and Barreras' daughter (but the stranger followed
      Trevino inside and exposed the ruse). Gov. Bill Richardson ordered an
      investigation as to how so many state officials had been hoaxed for so long.
      [The New Mexican-AP, 12-13-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:22
      News of the Weird recently mentioned the Sinulator, a vibrating device operated
      over the Internet that permits thrusting movements (typically, by a male) at one
      computer to be mimicked by an insertable wand (typically, for use of a female)
      at another computer. For less excitable people, researchers at Carnegie Mellon
      University recently developed The Hug, which allows one user (perhaps a
      grandparent) to squeeze a velour-covered, human-shaped pillow connected to a
      wireless phone and have that squeeze received (perhaps by a far-away grandchild)
      on his or her own human-shaped pillow, as if delivered by the grandparent in
      person. The pillow will also speak in the sender's voice and warm itself up
      appropriately. [New York Times, 11-11-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:23
      Management consultant William Fried, who is a popular motivational speaker in
      public schools in the San Francisco area, probably wore out his welcome in
      January at the Q&A session following his "Secret of a Happy Life" presentation
      at Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School in Palo Alto. Asked why he had included
      "exotic dancing" on his list of attractive careers for girls, Fried said the pay
      was great: $250,000 a year or more, depending on a woman's chest size. "For
      every two inches up there," he told the class, "you should get another $50,000
      on your salary." [Associated Press, 1-14-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:25
      A 34-year-old man performing a field sobriety test for a police officer
      alongside Route 130 in Bordentown, N.J., was killed when a tractor-trailer
      driver (who police said had probably been drinking) lost control and smashed
      into him (December). (The officer jumped out of the way in time.) And a
      40-year-old New York City man was killed when, inebriated, he fell and broke a
      fish tank, fatally slashing an artery; he had recently purchased the tank to
      help his girlfriend's kids learn responsibility (December). And a 47-year-old
      man was crushed to death in Albany, Ga., when the tree he was cutting down fell
      on top of him (December). [Trentonian, 12-19-04] [New York Post, 1-1-05]
      [Atlanta Journal Constitution-AP, 12-22-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:27
      NASA announced in October it was retiring the KC-135 plane it had long been
      using to train astronauts for weightlessness in flight; an official told
      reporters that the air crews had kept track of the amount of astronaut vomit
      cleaned up over the years and that the total was at least 285 gallons. [Agence
      France-Presse, 12-18-04] [Washington Post, 10-30-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:28
      (1) Samuel Woodrow was convicted of burglary in Santa Fe, Texas, in December,
      one of four men who had broken into a home. However, the men had fled,
      empty-handed, when they were scared away by overhearing a police call from the
      video game Grand Theft Auto ("We have you surrounded! This is the police!"),
      which the resident's three grandsons were playing in another room. (2) In
      January, a 22-year-old man robbed a Chevron station in Vancouver, Wash., and
      eluded police in a high-speed getaway, but he then got lost and wound up back at
      the same Chevron station, and, apparently not recognizing where he was, he asked
      for directions, allowing the clerk to notify police, who soon arrested him.
      [KTRK-TV (Houston), 12-11-04] [Fox News, 1-6-05]
      • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:37
        Floyd Elliot, 22, was charged in December in Independence, Mo., with filing a
        false police report by claiming an assailant carved the vulgar slur "fag" on his
        forehead. Police were immediately suspicious because the letters were backward
        (as if made by someone looking in a mirror). Also in December, when Nicholas J.
        Valeri, 19, was arrested for allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a
        Wendy's restaurant in Hempfield Township, Pa., he claimed innocence, saying that
        he inadvertently acquired the bill shortly before, while selling $240 worth of
        marijuana. [Associated Press, 12-28-04] [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 12-2-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:30
      Cameron Miller, 19, was arrested in Alexandria, La., on Christmas Day and
      charged with firing shotgun blasts at his mother, stepfather and stepbrothers as
      they drove away because Miller was unhappy that he did not get money for
      Christmas but instead got only music CDs. And on the day after Christmas in
      Feasterville, Pa., according to police, Steven Murray, 21, set his parents'
      house on fire because he was angry at having received no presents. [WWL-TV (New
      Orleans)-AP, 12-28-04] [Associated Press, 12-28-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 12.04.05, 10:33
      A 70-year-old woman was fatally struck by two cars as she, wielding a knife,
      chased her husband into the street during an argument (Springfield Township,
      Pa., November). And a 43-year-old passenger was fatally injured, after he,
      sitting in the back seat, began beating up the driver, causing him to lose
      control and smash into a tree. (The driver survived.) (Newport News, Va.,
      November) And a 54-year-old man was killed after a road rage duel with another
      driver when he got out of his car, lunged after the other car while it was
      moving, missed, and hit his head (Jacksonville, Fla., August). [Pittsburgh
      Post-Gazette-AP, 12-1-04] [Times-Dispatch (Richmond), 11-17-04] [Tampa
      Tribune-AP, 8-8-04]
    • Gość: dobre!!! IP: * 12.04.05, 18:03
      A mówią że to nasze prawodawstwo jest takie zacofane -proszę spojrzec na
      aktualnie obowiązujace przepisy w Usa:Missouri:

      W St. Louis strażak może wynieść kobietę z płonącego budynku tylko wtedy, gdy
      jest ona kompletnie ubrana.


      Mężczyźni mogą bić swoje żony tylko i wyłącznie kijami, których grubość nie
      jest większa niż grubość ich kciuka.


      W L.A. Nie można kąpać jednocześnie dwójki dzieci w tej samej wannie.


      Łosie mają zakaz kopulowania na ulicach miast.


      Flirtowanie w krótkiej spódniczce jest karane 30 dniami aresztu.


      Panny, rozwódki i wdowy nie mogą w święta i inne dni wolne od pracy skakać ze


      W Coeur d´Alene seks w samochodzie jest zabroniony. Jeśli policja przyłapie
      kogoś na gorącym uczynku, musi najpierw zapukać, odczekać trzy minuty i
      dopiero wtedy dokonać aresztowania.


      W Wichita zdrada żony z teściową nie jest podstawą do rozwodu.


      Kobiety ważące mniej niż 42 kilo i więcej niż 92 kilo, nie mogą pokazywać się
      na ulicy w strojach kąpielowych.


      W Salem nowożeńcy nie mogą sypiać nago w wynajmowanych mieszkaniach.


      W Hastings małżeństwa w czasie seksu muszą mieć założone na siebie
      przynajmniej góry od pidżam.

      New York:

      W Brooklyn osły nie mogą sypiać w wannach.

      Północna Carolina:

      Pary mogą tylko wtedy nocować w hotelu, kiedy łóżka mają zachowany odstęp co
      najmniej 60 centymetrowy.


      W Oxford kobiety mają zakaz rozbierania się w pomieszczeniach, w których
      wiszą obrazy przedstawiające mężczyzn.


      W Willowdale mężowie mają zakaz przeklinania podczas seksu.

      Południowa Carolina:

      Bez oficjalnego pozwolenia nikt nie ma prawa pływać w kanałach komunalnych.


      W San Antonio używanie oczu i rąk podczas flirtu jest zakazane.


      W Tremonton zakazany jest seks w karetce, w której trwa akcja ratunkowa.


      W Lebanon mężowie nie mogą skopywać swoich żon z łóżka.

      Washington D. C.:

      Seks dozwolony jest tylko w pozycji „na misjonarza”, wszelkie inne pozycje są


      W Connorsville mężczyzna nie ma prawa strzelać, kiedy jego partnerka właśnie
      przeżywa orgazm.
      Dum spiro spero
    • Gość: Greenspan IP: * 13.04.05, 23:59
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:26
      Editor Frank Kelly Rich's bimonthly tribute to overdrinking -- the magazine
      Modern Drunkard -- is a 50,000-circulation glossy "about drinking and only about
      drinking, and not just drinking, but heavy drinking," he told the Los Angeles
      Times in January. Recent features included biographies of great drunks, a
      dictionary of bar slang, and a testimonial on how drinking cured one man's fear
      of flying. "The most accomplished people," Rich said, "have been drinkers," and
      he implied that people in the Middle East ought to drink more. Calling serious
      drinkers an "oppressed minority," Rich said he himself has about eight drinks a
      day, sometimes up to 30 (when he frequently blacks out). Said Rich's wife, of
      her husband's career, "When you find your calling, you have to go with it." [Los
      Angeles Times, 1-1-05]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:28
      The renegade Mormon splinter group headed by Warren Jeffs and holed up mostly in
      a few small towns in Utah and Arizona was largely responsible for the collapse
      of the Bank of Ephraim, according to Utah regulators interviewed for a December
      Associated Press report. Church officials had taken a secret oath to borrow,
      furiously, as much money as they could, because according to Jeffs, the world
      was about to end anyway, and they wouldn't have to pay it back. [Associated
      Press, 12-6-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:34
      Ladell Alexander, serving a 16-year sentence for molesting a child in a public
      library in South Bend, Ind., filed a lawsuit in 2004, asking for $4 million in
      damages, charging that his predicament is actually the fault of the library's
      security company because officers should have seen him with the boy in a
      staff-only area of the building and kicked him out before he could do anything
      bad. (A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in December.) [South Bend Tribune,
      • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:35
        In February 2004, a 20-year-old woman stole OxyContin and Xanax from The
        Medicine Shoppe pharmacy in Wood River, Ill., and gave some to her boyfriend,
        Justin Stalcup, 21, who died of an overdose the next day. In December, Mr.
        Stalcup's family filed a lawsuit against The Medicine Shoppe, claiming that the
        reason for their son's death was that the pharmacy didn't safeguard the drugs
        from the thief. [Belleville News-Democrat, 12-17-04]
    • Gość: szaleństwo usa IP: * 15.04.05, 23:43
      A 39-year-old man in Chillicothe, Ohio, was hospitalized in December after an
      unsuccessful suicide attempt that accidentally blew his own house to pieces and
      did heavy damage to neighboring homes. The man had turned on the natural gas to
      kill himself, but then realized that other houses might be in danger, and just
      as he dashed to the basement to turn off the electricity, the house exploded
      (probably from an electrical spark) and was leveled. A month before, the man had
      tried to kill himself with automobile exhaust and a garden hose, but his car ran
      out of gas before he could die, and he then hooked up a propane tank for the
      same purpose, but once again, he outlived his fuel supply. [Chillicothe Gazette,
    • Gość: ha ha IP: * 15.06.05, 10:20
      In 2002, Boston surgeon David Arndt had his license suspended after he left the
      operating room in the middle of a procedure in order to cash a check at a nearby
      bank. (Subsequently, Arndt was also charged with cocaine possession and sexual
      abuse of a minor.)

      In April 2005, prominent Boston plastic surgeon Joseph Upton stepped away from
      the operating room during a scheduled break in surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess
      Medical Center and walked down the street to Children's Hospital Boston to
      conduct another surgery that he had double-booked for the time, before returning
      to Beth Israel and satisfactorily finishing the first job. Both patients are
      fine, but Dr. Upton was ordered not to double-book in the future and not to
      leave the floor during surgeries. [Boston Globe, 4-22-05]

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