GrandmaPoses t1_j9oytxz wrote

>The deafened officers inspected the vehicle and discovered an arsenal of weapons, including stolen automatic rifles, sawed-off semi-automatic shotguns, assorted handguns, and several thousand rounds of ammunition, along with fifteen sets of license plates from various states.[101] Hamer stated: "I hate to bust the cap on a woman, especially when she was sitting down, however if it wouldn't have been her, it would have been us."

TIL that term goes back a long way.

>Preliminary embalming was done by Bailey in a small preparation room in the back of the furniture store, as it was common for furniture stores and undertakers to share the same space.

TIL this as well, wtf?


GrandmaPoses t1_j8zapz1 wrote

Concierge doctors are, for me, a way to get care the way I had always assumed medical care should be. That is, a doctor who cares, who can spend an appropriate amount of time with you, and can see you when you’re having an issue. It’s unfortunate that standard practices fail in one or more of those things, but that’s the state of care in them at least as I’ve experienced it.