bobbobbob saidShe was one of the 3rd shift crew who worked at tables using exacto knives. At that time I looked the other way about possible pot smoking at work. She dropped her exacto in her lap and cut herself. Rather than immediately call 911, she went to the restroom to stop the bleeding herself while others made sure no pot would be found. While they were doing that, the woman lost enough blood to lose consciousness in the bathroom which caused the employees who were there to panic and some of them even to leave to avoid police after they called 911.
I never said college students are stupid or that I think they are. All I inferred was that they often repeat what they've heard from others with no real comprehension of it.
As for the rest of your rant it's pretty obvious you know nothing about me and only assume that I fit the stereotype you have created in your own mind in order to meet your own needs. Good luck with that.
@BobBobBob, I've listened to the STORIES you've said in multiple threads, and I don't think they mesh well. You haven't outright contradicted yourself as far as I can tell, but to think you're telling the truth would require a feat which my mind is incapable. My favorite is the dead guy whose story PERFECTLY fit the narrative you were trying to advance, the fact that you hadn't kept up with him in many years, and then, eureka, fortuitously he happened to die and was buried in an unmarked grave only the day before, literally, the day before. Oh, and there's no obituary or name (i.e., no objective verifiable third-source).
Not buying it. In the publishing world, this would be called an "inconsistent character." Bob, your stories remind me of The Golden Girls when they got new writers, and the number of their children would change, or how their husband died would change. In short, your stories are just that--stories.