Video: Junkie Broad Passed Out In Car Gets Woken By Dorchester Neighbors, Lover Is Unconscious, Immediately Grabs Narcan From Trunk, Gives CPR, Gets Puked On
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Here’s a pretty intense video from Dorchester uploaded to Facebook Live, where a group of dudes comes across a car with two addicts passed out:
Just another day in the life. Thank God they weren’t smoking weed. That’s dangerous. Don’t worry, this video was filmed two days ago. There’s a 99.9% chance they’ve been high several times since then.
How bout when she says, “he normally doesn’t get like this.” Then she immediately says, “There’s narcan in the trunk.” Because what normal functioning member of society doesn’t have narcan in the trunk? It’s wonderful that narcan keeps people alive and all, but what good is it if they just use it as a “get out of death free” card? How does it solve the addiction problem if they always have that crutch in the trunk?
Then she tells everyone “I know how to do CPR” and mounts him like a pony:
Oh yea, she’s never done this before. Never. First time for everything.
Newslflash – if you know how to bring a person who has just OD’d back from the dead, then you have a very serious problem. This chick literally was woken up by a stranger knocking on her window in Dorchester. First she takes the needle, which she probably was given by some progressive do-gooder trying to save the world at the needle exchange, and hides it.
Then she sees him pretty much dead and she didn’t even think. She just reacted. It was routine for her. Two minutes later Zombie Danny was puking all over her finest flip flops.
Videos like this are important because they spread awareness and could possibly act as a wakeup call for someone who was thinking about experimenting with heroin. The men who filmed it saved his life and possibly hers. You saw them at the beginning. They were dead. She at least had a pulse. But who knows how long they were there or how long they would’ve stayed there if those guys didn’t interject. Nevertheless the feelings patrol was up in the comments lecturing everyone about how mean they were:
She saved his life??? What fucking planet are you living on if you think she saved his life. The men filming it saved his life. She was passed the fuck out next to her partner in crime. She “saved his life” by giving him narcan, which ultimately does nothing because his “disease” is gonna make him get high again tomorrow.
Don’t get me wrong, I do somewhat empathize with the FAMILIES of people who have loved ones who are addicted. It’s important to remember that these people were once cute little babies whose parents had hopes and dreams for. They are still human beings and could potentially be redeemed like Chris Herren and the millions of other people who have overcome addiction. But the enabling and excuse making about this “disease” needs to end.
Let me tell you something – I woke up this morning and started reading the comments underneath our blog about the woman with the fake cancer GoFundMe. So many turtle riders sharing their stories about loved ones who lost their battle with cancer. It was powerful man. I spent all freaking morning crying like a baby. Turtle princess even gave me a pity hug. Those testimonials were so strong because the people who were taken did NOTHING wrong. They played by the rules, they ate their vegetables, and they said no to drugs. And they still died. THAT is a disease. These slugrakes in the car made a choice a long time ago, way before they had this “disease,” that this was gonna be their new RECREATIONAL hobby. Because getting drunk and smoking weed wasn’t edgy enough for them. They needed to to push the limits a little more. And this is what they’ve become as a result. So please, get the fuck out my face with your enabling “disease” bullshit.
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