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cynicat

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  1. These kinds of tragic situations are never due to only one error. I'm guessing that in the end, they'll inevitably find that there were multiple mistakes and if only one of them hadn't happened, the accident would not have happened.
  2. From the Deadline article: The very first safety bulletin adopted by the Industrywide Labor-Management Safety Committee dealt with the dangers of blank ammunition. “Blanks can kill,” the bulletin says. “Treat all firearms as though they are loaded.”
  3. This! My god, her trying to flirt with him is painful to watch.
  4. I don't discount that the fentanyl was likely the cause of his death, however I've done enough armchair TV classes from watching Autopsy: Last Minutes of... to know that cocaine is frequently involved as the match that lights the fire. Cocaine can mess with the electrical signals of the heart leading to arrhythmias.
  5. Yes, we're kind of saying the same thing and you made a great point. It's the whole technical that is too short. The fact that only 1 or 2 bakers had the time to fully bake their puddings supports that. If only a few of them made that error it's one thing, but so many having that problem speaks to an issue with the whole technical itself, most likely due those silly extras taking too much time.
  6. 100% agree. The time challenge has been made to create drama and encourage disasters. I don't want to see that, I want to see them have a decent chance. That doesn't mean it had to be 5 hours to make those puddings, but what about and extra 15 - 20 minutes? I was waiting for someone to call this out! It totally made me GOL (giggle out loud). As for Paul being a dick, that's the role he's been cast to play. Without knowing him, it's hard to say if it's typecasting, or if he's just pretending.
  7. I bolded that last sentence because while I agree with you, it would be massively hypocritical of me to say we should judge them by their work output and then subscribe to a forum where all we do is judge their lives and actions (in a snarky way) 24/7. Your post reminds me that I shouldn't contribute to putting them under a microscope. Am I going to unsubscribe? Hell no, but I do feel a little dirty.
  8. That makes me think of the SNL Penis Song. The song is at the end but it's worth the 4 minute journey to get there.
  9. Wow. That's actually a very logical question, but it feels so wrong 😉
  10. Making a bread baby was bad enough. Having it come from a German with a very strong accent took it to a whole different level of creepiness for me.
  11. Are you thinking of the hyperhidrosis case--the woman who sweats? I was talking about the woman with the boils.
  12. Agreed. I'm also not ready to give up because these cases just fascinate me, however it's not quite clicking yet. Maybe it's way too much backstory and too little interaction with the patients, so they don't get a good rapport going? Something that bothered me about the hidradenitis suppurativa case is that everyone was talking about how she was no longer in pain, and everything was rosy. But, but, the lidocaine hadn't worn off yet, had it? Unless the procedure took significantly longer than about an hour, it would still have some effect, right? Please correct me if I'm mistaken.
  13. That's one helluva read. The Post article, not her book, that is.
  14. I like Jürgen and think he's positively adorable. That being said, my 2 favorites are Crystelle and Giuseppe. Crystelle does some amazing flavors and I'd like to see how that plays out.
  15. I would hazard a guess that they're not allowed to say she died until a doctor makes that official. Agree, it's incredibly confusing and frustrating.
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