Karma. That bitch gets around.

Karma:  kar·ma [ ka’rmə ] actions determining future state;  the quality of somebody’s current and future lives as determined by that person’s behavior; destiny or fate; sum of person’s actions in one of his successive states of existence, viewed as deciding his fate for the next

I know I’m like a month late but the news is so bad I can barely turn the TV on.  Well TV is bad in general.  I get more dumb thinking about turning it on.  Anywho.  Back in December 2009 most of us remember when Eutisha Revee Rennix, 6 months pregnant, had a seizure while sitting in a New York Au Bon Pain WITH 2 EMTs standing 3 feet away from her doing nothing because “we’re on break.”  Eutisha falls to the floor, foaming at the mouth, patrons are crying and screaming for help, begging the EMTs to help but “we’re on break.”  Eutisha and her baby died.  A 3-year old is left motherless.  The EMTs were suspended for 30 days.  And guess who gets shot in the face and killed outside of a Soho New York nightclub July 19, 2010?  Jason Green.  One of the EMTs inside Au Bon Pain that refused to help Eutisha because “we’re on break.”

Karma’s a m-effing bitch, ain’t she? *shrugs*


3 comments on “Karma. That bitch gets around.

  1. Yeah, if this isn’t karma then I don’t know what is. It’s tragic because at the end of the day a young man lost his life. The moral of the story: treat your fellow humans MORALLY. Bottom line is that this lady and her baby would most likely be alive had aid been administered. That “we’r’e on a break” is unexscusable as a HUMAN.. forget as an employee.. forget as an union member.. You have the expertise and training to assist in a medical emergency and you watch a pregnant women seize on the floor foaming at the mouth turning blue with patrons in the store crying and screaming as they watch her fall out and you do nothing?..because of union rules? This example isn’t a prime example when you say “f*ck these rules…if I get in trouble for helping this woman then so f*cking be it.. this is just the risk I have to take and if I lose my job for not chosing to let a woman die then I’ll see you in court”

    We can no longer walk on this earth doing what we do and not pay for it eventually

  2. Wow I remember that story. It was awful and i don’t know how people can live with themselves when they know they should help others. But that is the epitemy of karma!

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