I am not beneath trying to use super glue on a major cut😘
or turn on the TV
Or use Google
I believe it's because they want us thinking constantly; "Oh my god, I'm gonna die - if not I want to be treated in Chicago Shitlist and should ask the paramedics to take me there", while we are falling off a cliff or crashing to a burning peacock with a moped.
In countries like mine the best advice in healthcare is not to get sick, otherwise you will be moved from doc to doc and wait all day get in. When i had stepped in glass my doc sent me to a orthopedic and the waiting room was full. And me just standing there, yes standing with my foot hoping I dont bleed trough the shoe.
I am from the United States.
I didn't mean Sunny was from the US I meant I was. I thought you were replying to me.
This is why I shouldn't multitask sometimes
I will answer your question. I am from the state of Indiana. Our weather changes constantly. Probably the worst thing for us is Tornadoes and this year it hasn't been as bad.
No tornadoes. Violent storms.
I understand things are different between your country and mine
Do y'all have tornadoes there?
I live in the southern half of the state just an hour away from Kentucky. My area is prone for tornadoes. In 3/3/2013 a devastating F4 tornado destroyed the city of Henryville IN. I am just 30 minutes from this city. I went to help do cleanup because a friend of mine lost her cousin during the storm.
Let me see if I can find you a link to it.
True, I think sometimes they advertise to get you to that hospital rather than the one n another town
Oh that was good. If I start a business I am hiring you for advertising
Sounds like something I would say
Oh I have that same luck with things like that
Never to late to start your own business like that ya know
When you become rich and famous after you do just remember I get your autograph first
Sounds like a plan
I notice that here in the states too
I might show up at Home Depot. It's cheaper just to tape your wound shut and hope for the best.
Because of home remedies and outrageous costs