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Saturday, June 02, 2007


MMajor Fan

Interestingly, BBC does a much nicer job with this story, with the following about his wife:

Mrs Grzebski is reported to have moved her husband every hour to prevent bed sores.

"I cried a lot, and I prayed a lot," Mrs Grzebski said on Polsat television.

"Those who came to see us kept asking: 'When is he going to die?' But he's not dead."

I'm glad the BBC included the emphasis on faith and love. And a nice photo!

Yes, I saw that awful story in Florida about the "nursing home." (Ponders place in hell for certain people.)

And a good thing eager folks with a needle weren't looking to "euthanize" him because he's "brain dead and suffering." Oh wait, that's right, they starve people to death. Ugh.

Anyway, it's wonderful to see such a humane story of love and faith, and a great reminder to never give up on a loved one's health.

Christine the Soccer Mom

Texas wouldn't be any better. No matter WHAT his wife wanted. At least in Florida you can be relatively sure that if his wife wanted him alive no one would actively stop her from keeping him that way. They just over-ride you in Texas.

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