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Worker dead at desk for five days
Posted 10/27/11


Don't work too hard. Nobody notices anyway.

Still, I'm surprised that people only noticed after FIVE whole days. Seriously?! I mean there must be someone in that office who finds it weird right? What do you guys think? People nowadays...
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Posted 10/27/11 , edited 10/27/11
I suppose if not for the office cleaner, the employees would only take notice of his death once that lovely smell invaded their nostrils. Morals, awesome, I follow them already. This news is pretty old though, isn't it?
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Posted 10/27/11
WOW! That sucks. FIVE bloody days and it was during the weekdays. Poor guy.
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Posted 10/27/11
what the.....
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Posted 10/27/11
Not good, but it happens sometimes I guess.
Posted 10/27/11
A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?
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Posted 10/27/11

LosingOrbit wrote:

A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?


Maybe they work in a very cold environment, thus his body never started to decompose? Explains why one person has to work so much as well, can't pay the fire bill.
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Posted 10/27/11
That's hilarious.
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Posted 10/27/11
Poor dude...to be dead that long without anyone noticing means he must have been alone in the world - no friends or family. RIP.
Posted 10/27/11
Wow.
Must suck to work for that boss.
You could die and the cleaner would care more.
Posted 10/27/11

Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?


Maybe they work in a very cold environment, thus his body never started to decompose? Explains why one person has to work so much as well, can't pay the fire bill.


That's true. Depending on the environment, the body decomposes at a certain rate. Reading the article, this happened in New York. Around this time of year there average high is 65°F (18°C) and average low about 50°F (10°C). It would have to been at least -15°C/-25 °C (5°/-13°F) for the body to stop decomposing. During this time of year, I seriously doubt it's gotten that cold.

Eh, there's just too many missing pieces to this story.
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Posted 10/27/11

LosingOrbit wrote:


Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?


Maybe they work in a very cold environment, thus his body never started to decompose? Explains why one person has to work so much as well, can't pay the fire bill.


That's true. Depending on the environment, the body decomposes at a certain rate. Reading the article, this happened in New York. Around this time of year there average high is 65°F (18°C) and average low about 50°F (10°C). It would have to been at least -15°C/-25 °C (5°/-13°F) for the body to stop decomposing. During this time of year, I seriously doubt it's gotten that cold.

Eh, there's just too many missing pieces to this story.


I was just joking about, it's obviously a planned murder.
Posted 10/27/11

Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:


Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?


Maybe they work in a very cold environment, thus his body never started to decompose? Explains why one person has to work so much as well, can't pay the fire bill.


That's true. Depending on the environment, the body decomposes at a certain rate. Reading the article, this happened in New York. Around this time of year there average high is 65°F (18°C) and average low about 50°F (10°C). It would have to been at least -15°C/-25 °C (5°/-13°F) for the body to stop decomposing. During this time of year, I seriously doubt it's gotten that cold.

Eh, there's just too many missing pieces to this story.


I was just joking about, it's obviously a planned murder.


At least the planned murder makes more sense.
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Posted 10/27/11

LosingOrbit wrote:


Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:


Cyberpirate wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

A dead body begins to smell within 24 hours. What I don't understand is how no one noticed the stench?


Maybe they work in a very cold environment, thus his body never started to decompose? Explains why one person has to work so much as well, can't pay the fire bill.


That's true. Depending on the environment, the body decomposes at a certain rate. Reading the article, this happened in New York. Around this time of year there average high is 65°F (18°C) and average low about 50°F (10°C). It would have to been at least -15°C/-25 °C (5°/-13°F) for the body to stop decomposing. During this time of year, I seriously doubt it's gotten that cold.

Eh, there's just too many missing pieces to this story.


I was just joking about, it's obviously a planned murder.


At least the planned murder makes more sense.


Heh, I thought as much. Kind of weird how a person is dead on a desk for five days.
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