Sunday, November 14, 2010

Hey...If You Don't Care, I Don't Care...!

All I can say about this guy, is that he must have been really hungry!

I'm talking REALLY HUNGRY! Either that, or that sandwich was extremely good! How can someone get shot twice, one being in the groin, and then still go home and eat his sandwich before going to the hospital?

I certainly hope that the reason he put that trip to the hospital wasn't because of the quality of the treatment!

New Haven man shot, eats lunch before going to hospital

Published: Wednesday, November 10, 2010
By Register Staff

NEW HAVEN — A city man who said he was wounded in a daylight shooting ate his lunch before asking his father for a ride to the hospital.

Police were sent to Yale-New Haven Hospital Tuesday afternoon on a report of a shooting.

The victim, identified as Miguel Soto III, 25, of Howe Street, told police that he bought a sandwich at the deli near George and Day streets and when he exited heard three shots. He was wounded in the groin and thigh.

Soto stated he then went home and ate his sandwich before asking his father for a ride to the hospital. Investigators received a description of the two unknown male suspects.

Soto was expected to recover.

Maybe there is some kind of magic ingredient in that sandwich! If so, I think that we should get us some! If this guy is so tough that he just doesn't care that he is shot...TWICE...but would rather eat than get his groin fixed, then so be it!

Hey, if he don't care...I don't care!

Now, let's get some fresh coffee and sit outside while it's still cool! OK?


Anonymous said...

He might have added some mushrooms of his own? But I guess it was the chock he got that made him do what he did. Personally I would have screamed like h... so every one knew I´d been shot :-) :-)

Have a great day now!

chinasyndrome said...

HJ,I would say Mr Soto is a bad man!Cause I am with Christer you would know if I was shot!Musta been one heck of a sandwich!


JoJo said...

Good Morning My Special Friend,
I guess we all feel the same way. I would be letting everyone know I was shot. But hey we never had one of those sandwiches. :)
Nice to know its still warm enough for coffee on the patio there its 42 here. But the days are still beautiful. So pass the pot please.

Ben in Texas said...

Being a bonafide Sandwich freak myself, I totally understand!!


HermitJim said...

Hey Christer...
I'm with you! If I got shot, I'm letting eve5ryone around know it right then...especially if it's in the groin area!

All I can say is...OUCH!

Thanks, buddy, for coming by this morning!

Hey China...
Right you are! I mean, he's tougher than most folks I know and I ain't messing with him!

I just gotta get me one of those sandwiches!

I appreciate the visit, buddy!

Hey JoJo...
42? Man, it's getting almost chilly there!

Still in the 50's here right now, but the wind makes it seem cooler!

Thanks, sweetie, for dropping by today!

Hey Ben...
Maybe you should get a few of these sandwiches for breakfast, ya think?

Wouldn't be anyone messing with ya for sure! Just don't let the carpet sharks get a taste of 'em!

Thanks, buddy, for the visit today!

WomanWhoRunsWithHorses said...

Maybe he was one of those people who freaks out if they think they're going to miss a meal or ...God forbid, two meals!

Everyone knows when you go to the hospital for any kind of surgery (groin shot?), the first thing they want is for you to have an empty stomach. Then when they DO let you eat, they give you hospital food ...eewwww! Knowing all that and realizing that the deli sandwich might be his last GOOD FOOD for a while, he just couldn't resist. LOL

HermitJim said...

Hey WWRWH...
Either that...or he was washing it down with some really good Fire water!

There's no telling with folks today!

Hey...I sure appreciate you coming by today!

Dizzy-Dick said...

Hey HJ, How do you keep coming up with these stories? You would think that all the stupid and weird people in the world be a dying race. This guy must have either been high, in shock, or really tough with a high tolerance for pain. Suppose he put horseradish and hobanaro peppers on that sandwich, too.

Bob Mc said...

Maybe he heard about that hospital food. LOL

Ken said...

...on the other hand,a girl i worked with up north was shot,in the small of her back,didn't know it fer a few minutes,when some one else saw blood...said she didn't feel it,(all she felt was a poke,thought it was part of the crowd)didn't hear it could've happened i guess...they took a .32 cal slug out!?!?

HermitJim said...

Hey Dizzy...
There are so many of these folks around, that I probably will never run out of stories to report!

What ever he had on that sandwich must have worked! We need some of that for sure!

Thanks for the visit, buddy!

Hey Bob...
It would have to be pretty gross food to put me off of having a gunshot to the groin fixed!

But I understand that some of it IS that bad!

Thanks for dropping in today, my friend!

Hey Ken...
I'm thinking that if it were in the groin and the leg, he would have at least seen the blood!

Glad he is going to be OK, but sorry he is so thick-headed!

Lucky, I'd say!

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