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FollowBefriend (3)15 threads2,455 comments San Jose, CAPremium
You'd think as a proofreader of medical texts he'd have known what those chest pains meant.
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This story is bunk, after 5 days his smell would have been enough to know he was not OK.
FollowBefriend3 threads23 comments Hermosa Beach, CA
A hoax indeed:
FollowBefriend (25)416 threads7,009 comments Saint George, UTelliemae's website
The story first came out in December 2000 (and then repeated in 2003) in this piece of journalistic wonderment:
Best. Newspaper. Ever.
Okay, the Onion & wwn tie.
Sorry, guys - can't let this one go. I went to wiki for this info:
When my son was little he didn't like to read - but in line at the supermarket one day, he read a headline in the wwn and opened the paper to read the article. He was 9 years old at the time.
I was thrilled that he felt inspired to read ANYTHING, so I dutifully purchased a copy every week, and actually read it myself so that we would have something to discuss at dinner. This went on over a year - and I'm proud to say that my son is now a professional who reads as part of his profession.
It was worth every damn minute I spent reading that rag.