12:01 a.m. - 2008-06-06
But this was no accident!!!
Well, in theory, this was not an accident. The homeless guy DIDNT see Colin get pushed, but he heard a argument or fight before he the fall. *THUD*
I really like his expression in panel 2. Pain and frustration.
Mirrored in my blogspot blog; just in case you dont read it, here it is again:
A very sad news item on TV and MSNBC.com today about a little 10 year old boy who died from dry drowning. Have you heard of this? I bet you havent. According to the Centers for Disease Control, some 3,600 people drowned in 2005, the most recent year for which there are statistics. Some 10 to 15 percent of those deaths was classified as "dry drowning," which can occur up to 24 hours after a small amount of water gets into the lungs. In children, that can happen during a bath.
The article highlights the symptoms of dry drowning, which if a person catches early enough, and seeks emergency medical attention, could save a life. The three important signs, are difficulty breathing, extreme tiredness and changes in behavior. All are the result of reduced oxygen flow to the brain. Forward this article to anyone you know who enjoys swimming, especially if they have cheelrens.
294 to go...
I shall remain your obedient servant,