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On 5/7/2021 at 12:16 PM, spjunkies said:

 

 

My first job out of college, I was a project manager for a bunch of contractors replacing PCs in a production facility. I was working late one night, when one guy beeped me on the walkie talkies they gave us and said, "hey... you need to come to Zone 3F bahahaha*coughcough*hahahahahhaha"

"Uhhh, what's up Tim?"

"Ron <unintelligible laughing/talking>," Tim said.

"What?!?"

"<unintelligible laughing/talking> thumbtack <more laughing/talking>"

"Tim... I can't understand a word you're saying.  What's up?"

"<unintelligible laughing/talking> his butt..."

Another coworker was near me and didn't hear the full conversation and asked me what was happening. I replied with, "I'm not 100% on this, but I think Tim wants us to go to Zone 3F because Ron got a thumbtack stuck in his butt."

 

It turned out that one of the contractors, Ron, was carrying a large monitor down a narrow hallway so that he had to turn sideways while holding the monitor to get through. As he was shuffling down the hallway, he brushed up against a bulletin board and a thumbtack somehow got pulled from the board and the pin got stuck in his butt.  We had to call the facility health services people and I had to even fill out a safety incident report.

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And the guy is in the water in front of his burning boat STILL giving them the finger.
I hope they left them out there.
Maybe circle around them a few times before leaving them there to float.

 

~Bang

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16 minutes ago, Bang said:

And the guy is in the water in front of his burning boat STILL giving them the finger.
I hope they left them out there.
Maybe circle around them a few times before leaving them there to float.

 

~Bang

If the replies are to be believed, they did rescue the jerks. Didn't even get a "thank you" for it.

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15 minutes ago, dfitzo53 said:

If the replies are to be believed, they did rescue the jerks. Didn't even get a "thank you" for it.

Admission: I would have too. I just like to spout off. But life is different, and bad behavior by others doesn't mean I should as well.

 

~Bang

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The law of the sea requires that they be saved.  Still, I would have asked which side of the lake they wanted to be dropped off at, and then gone to the other side.  Or, if I knew of a lakeside LGBT bar, gone there. 

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7 minutes ago, PleaseBlitz said:

The law of the sea requires that they be saved.  Still, I would have asked which side of the lake they wanted to be dropped off at, and then gone to the other side.  Or, if I knew of a lakeside LGBT bar, gone there. 

 

That's only for humans though, right? Do Trump supporters really count as sentient beings at this point?

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13 hours ago, Bang said:

Admission: I would have too. I just like to spout off. But life is different, and bad behavior by others doesn't mean I should as well.

 

~Bang


I’m throwing chum in the water. 😂

 

 

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No idea where this should even go, but I guess the croc was owned since it got beaten up by humans? Was the hotel owned? Was the person who was stupid enough to ignore signs and try to swim in croc infested waters in spite of the signs owned?

 

I just love how the person who wrote the 1 star review took the time to go over all of the nice things about the hotel before then mentioning "OH, but the good stuff was offset by the crocodile attack" and then the hotel apologized and called it an "unpleasant experience".    :ols:

 

 

A TripAdvisor reviewer left a scathing one-star rating for a Marriott resort after witnessing a crocodile drag a guest into the ocean. The hotel apologized for an 'unpleasant experience.'
 

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A guest wrote a scathing one-star TripAdvisor review of a Marriott resort in Mexico after witnessing a crocodile drag a fellow guest into the ocean.

 

The reviewer praised the food and the staff at the Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort and Spa, before describing how her "traumatized" friends had to save their fellow guest from the crocodile. She also criticized the hotel for its response to the attack.

 

The hotel later apologized for the "unpleasant experience," The Daily Beast first reported. Staff were trained in "safety matters" and it reviewed its safety plan regularly, it said.

Marriott confirmed the incident, and said the appropriate signs and night patrols were in place at the time.

 

Natalie, who uses the TripAdvisor username "nataliea135," and whose surname is unknown, started the review with feedback on her room and the dining options.

 

"The room was clean, although had a bit of a moldy smell," she wrote. "The food and staff were absolutely excellent, although I wish there were more dinner options available on site. Based on those items alone I would've highly recommended this hotel.

 

"However and this is a HUGE however, the only deterring factor for my not recommending to others is the fact that my group of friends RESCUED a young girl from a 12 ft+ CROCODILE," she wrote.

 

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