Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my body.

Pieces: The amazing thing here is that he doesn't know you from a hole in the wall. So unless you met on a blind date how would the operator know about your body?

Ms. Cattle: Well he was looking at me!

Pieces: Well technology has come along way, a perfect stranger from far away knowing exacly what you look like. Next time cover up in conversation or at least know who you're conversating with so that you're not bashful about yourself.

Ms. Cattle: Technology?

Pieces: The question is what technology did you use to hear the operator while you were asleep? Was this a taped conversation? The operator was probably attempting to wake you so he could find out who you wanted to contact. It was your call. Think of all the money you were wasting, long distance and all.

Ms. Cattle: I have insurance.

Pieces: Ok you used a phone card to absorb the cost of the call.

Ms. Cattle: No, I have health insurance.

Pieces: Why on earth would you use health insurance to place a call, that's not even a valid form of payment?

Ms. Cattle: I needed health insurance for the surgery I had and in the middle of the operation I awoke to find the doctor insulting my body!

Pieces: So now you're here to collect?

Ms. Cattle: I want to be compensated for his unprofessional conduct. The amount was submitted to you.

Pieces: You were full of mush, at the time of surgery. You may have heard incorrectly.  Let's listen to what the physician has to say.

Dr. Limp: I assure you, I had Ms. Cattle's interest at heart before, during and after surgery. And, I'm also countersuing her butt, wit no interest.

Ms. Cattle: Then what was that comment about not having "enough" in the places that mattered the most, all about?

Dr. Limp: During the liposuction phase of surgery, I merely commented on having to extract from other areas of your body because you were too thin in some places.

Pieces: Does that explain you hysteria?

Ms. Cattle: And that other jeer about, not enough for the crowd?

Dr. Limp: I realized you were awake and, simply mentioned to the assistant that we had to inject you because we hadn't given you enough to sedate you throughout your surgery. 

Pieces: Well that does it for me. You were in a haze and became paranoid during surgery. Probably from the stress.

Ms. Cattle: Im not convinced, this man is slick. He shamed my body. I feel so bad and it's because of him.

Pieces: Now hold on a minute, you talk about being slick! You mean you've never heard a man utter things about your body disapprovingly until now?

Ms. Cattle: I'm talking about the doctors unprofessional conduct.

Pieces: And I'm trying to understand you that you're going to dare tell me that you have never heard an unflattering remark about your body until your surgery-answer me and answer now?

Ms. Cattle: Ok, I am not a centerfold.

Pieces: As long as that's understood. Now, Ms. Cattle do you normally file complaints against people who have not so nice things to say about your body?

Ms. Cattle: No, I mean well, I supposed it's silly to think I am everybodys desire and well if it's disliked it's not my problem.

Pieces: Ms. Cattle did you tell anyone about this, like your husband?

Ms. Cattle: I'm divorced.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

Ms. Cattle: I want to be refunded for the amount of the surgery.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Cattle is divorced and probably angry over the dissolution of her marriage. She therefore, challenges any man with whom her body comes into contact with. She does this as a mechanism to get back at men who remind her of her husband. He left her because he was no longer attracted to her.  Ms. Cattle was trying to recapture a look that would attract men, without being noticeable about it, as with her surgery. Dr. Limp's conversation in surgery was not enough to prove negligence on his part. His assistant did as Dr. Limp instructed as there was no comment from her in response to the "comments" made from Dr. Limp about Ms. Cattles body during surgery, therefore no accomplice as to what was actually said to implicate unprofessional behavior.

Pieces: Your health insurance paid for the surgery and you pay to have health insurance. That's why it's there. This was not a necessary operation, therefore no compensation from the surgery will be issued to the plaintiff, Ms. Cattle. As for the defendant, Dr. Limp you know the deal- you only get a certain amount of time to cash a check.

IT IS THERFORE ORDERED, Since the plaintiff failed to state a case of harm or injury resulting from being awake during her surgery judgment for the defendant.  The defendant's countersuit is dismissed, Ms. Cattle did infact wake up during surgery and Dr. Limp along with his surgical assistants should have responded sooner.

DATED: June 17, 2009                                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my body.

Pieces: The amazing thing here is that he doesn't know you from a hole in the wall. So unless you met on a blind date how would the operator know about your body?

Ms. Cattle: Well he was looking at me!

Pieces: Well technology has come along way, a perfect stranger from far away knowing exacly what you look like. Next time cover up in conversation or at least know who you're conversating with so that you're not bashful about yourself.

Ms. Cattle: Technology?

Pieces: The question is what technology did you use to hear the operator while you were asleep? Was this a taped conversation? The operator was probably attempting to wake you so he could find out who you wanted to contact. It was your call. Think of all the money you were wasting, long distance and all.

Ms. Cattle: I have insurance.

Pieces: Ok you used a phone card to absorb the cost of the call.

Ms. Cattle: No, I have health insurance.

Pieces: Why on earth would you use health insurance to place a call, that's not even a valid form of payment?

Ms. Cattle: I needed health insurance for the surgery I had and in the middle of the operation I awoke to find the doctor insulting my body!

Pieces: So now you're here to collect?

Ms. Cattle: I want to be compensated for his unprofessional conduct. The amount was submitted to you.

Pieces: You were full of mush, at the time of surgery. You may have heard incorrectly.  Let's listen to what the physician has to say.

Dr. Limp: I assure you, I had Ms. Cattle's interest at heart before, during and after surgery. And, I'm also countersuing her butt, wit no interest.

Ms. Cattle: Then what was that comment about not having "enough" in the places that mattered the most, all about?

Dr. Limp: During the liposuction phase of surgery, I merely commented on having to extract from other areas of your body because you were too thin in some places.

Pieces: Does that explain you hysteria?

Ms. Cattle: And that other jeer about, not enough for the crowd?

Dr. Limp: I realized you were awake and, simply mentioned to the assistant that we had to inject you because we hadn't given you enough to sedate you throughout your surgery. 

Pieces: Well that does it for me. You were in a haze and became paranoid during surgery. Probably from the stress.

Ms. Cattle: Im not convinced, this man is slick. He shamed my body. I feel so bad and it's because of him.

Pieces: Now hold on a minute, you talk about being slick! You mean you've never heard a man utter things about your body disapprovingly until now?

Ms. Cattle: I'm talking about the doctors unprofessional conduct.

Pieces: And I'm trying to understand you that you're going to dare tell me that you have never heard an unflattering remark about your body until your surgery-answer me and answer now?

Ms. Cattle: Ok, I am not a centerfold.

Pieces: As long as that's understood. Now, Ms. Cattle do you normally file complaints against people who have not so nice things to say about your body?

Ms. Cattle: No, I mean well, I supposed it's silly to think I am everybodys desire and well if it's disliked it's not my problem.

Pieces: Ms. Cattle did you tell anyone about this, like your husband?

Ms. Cattle: I'm divorced.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

Ms. Cattle: I want to be refunded for the amount of the surgery.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Cattle is divorced and probably angry over the dissolution of her marriage. She therefore, challenges any man with whom her body comes into contact with. She does this as a mechanism to get back at men who remind her of her husband. He left her because he was no longer attracted to her.  Ms. Cattle was trying to recapture a look that would attract men, without being noticeable about it, as with her surgery. Dr. Limp's conversation in surgery was not enough to prove negligence on his part. His assistant did as Dr. Limp instructed as there was no comment from her in response to the "comments" made from Dr. Limp about Ms. Cattles body during surgery, therefore no accomplice as to what was actually said to implicate unprofessional behavior.

Pieces: Your health insurance paid for the surgery and you pay to have health insurance. That's why it's there. This was not a necessary operation, therefore no compensation from the surgery will be issued to the plaintiff, Ms. Cattle. As for the defendant, Dr. Limp you know the deal- you only get a certain amount of time to cash a check.

IT IS THERFORE ORDERED, Since the plaintiff failed to state a case of harm or injury resulting from being awake during her surgery judgment for the defendant.  The defendant's countersuit is dismissed, Ms. Cattle did infact wake up during surgery and Dr. Limp along with his surgical assistants should have responded sooner.

DATED: June 17, 2009                                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my body.

Pieces: The amazing thing here is that he doesn't know you from a hole in the wall. So unless you met on a blind date how would the operator know about your body?

Ms. Cattle: Well he was looking at me!

Pieces: Well technology has come along way, a perfect stranger from far away knowing exacly what you look like. Next time cover up in conversation or at least know who you're conversating with so that you're not bashful about yourself.

Ms. Cattle: Technology?

Pieces: The question is what technology did you use to hear the operator while you were asleep? Was this a taped conversation? The operator was probably attempting to wake you so he could find out who you wanted to contact. It was your call. Think of all the money you were wasting, long distance and all.

Ms. Cattle: I have insurance.

Pieces: Ok you used a phone card to absorb the cost of the call.

Ms. Cattle: No, I have health insurance.

Pieces: Why on earth would you use health insurance to place a call, that's not even a valid form of payment?

Ms. Cattle: I needed health insurance for the surgery I had and in the middle of the operation I awoke to find the doctor insulting my body!

Pieces: So now you're here to collect?

Ms. Cattle: I want to be compensated for his unprofessional conduct. The amount was submitted to you.

Pieces: You were full of mush, at the time of surgery. You may have heard incorrectly.  Let's listen to what the physician has to say.

Dr. Limp: I assure you, I had Ms. Cattle's interest at heart before, during and after surgery. And, I'm also countersuing her butt, wit no interest.

Ms. Cattle: Then what was that comment about not having "enough" in the places that mattered the most, all about?

Dr. Limp: During the liposuction phase of surgery, I merely commented on having to extract from other areas of your body because you were too thin in some places.

Pieces: Does that explain you hysteria?

Ms. Cattle: And that other jeer about, not enough for the crowd?

Dr. Limp: I realized you were awake and, simply mentioned to the assistant that we had to inject you because we hadn't given you enough to sedate you throughout your surgery. 

Pieces: Well that does it for me. You were in a haze and became paranoid during surgery. Probably from the stress.

Ms. Cattle: Im not convinced, this man is slick. He shamed my body. I feel so bad and it's because of him.

Pieces: Now hold on a minute, you talk about being slick! You mean you've never heard a man utter things about your body disapprovingly until now?

Ms. Cattle: I'm talking about the doctors unprofessional conduct.

Pieces: And I'm trying to understand you that you're going to dare tell me that you have never heard an unflattering remark about your body until your surgery-answer me and answer now?

Ms. Cattle: Ok, I am not a centerfold.

Pieces: As long as that's understood. Now, Ms. Cattle do you normally file complaints against people who have not so nice things to say about your body?

Ms. Cattle: No, I mean well, I supposed it's silly to think I am everybodys desire and well if it's disliked it's not my problem.

Pieces: Ms. Cattle did you tell anyone about this, like your husband?

Ms. Cattle: I'm divorced.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

Ms. Cattle: I want to be refunded for the amount of the surgery.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Cattle is divorced and probably angry over the dissolution of her marriage. She therefore, challenges any man with whom her body comes into contact with. She does this as a mechanism to get back at men who remind her of her husband. He left her because he was no longer attracted to her.  Ms. Cattle was trying to recapture a look that would attract men, without being noticeable about it, as with her surgery. Dr. Limp's conversation in surgery was not enough to prove negligence on his part. His assistant did as Dr. Limp instructed as there was no comment from her in response to the "comments" made from Dr. Limp about Ms. Cattles body during surgery, therefore no accomplice as to what was actually said to implicate unprofessional behavior.

Pieces: Your health insurance paid for the surgery and you pay to have health insurance. That's why it's there. This was not a necessary operation, therefore no compensation from the surgery will be issued to the plaintiff, Ms. Cattle. As for the defendant, Dr. Limp you know the deal- you only get a certain amount of time to cash a check.

IT IS THERFORE ORDERED, Since the plaintiff failed to state a case of harm or injury resulting from being awake during her surgery judgment for the defendant.  The defendant's countersuit is dismissed, Ms. Cattle did infact wake up during surgery and Dr. Limp along with his surgical assistants should have responded sooner.

DATED: June 17, 2009                                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my body.

Pieces: The amazing thing here is that he doesn't know you from a hole in the wall. So unless you met on a blind date how would the operator know about your body?

Ms. Cattle: Well he was looking at me!

Pieces: Well technology has come along way, a perfect stranger from far away knowing exacly what you look like. Next time cover up in conversation or at least know who you're conversating with so that you're not bashful about yourself.

Ms. Cattle: Technology?

Pieces: The question is what technology did you use to hear the operator while you were asleep? Was this a taped conversation? The operator was probably attempting to wake you so he could find out who you wanted to contact. It was your call. Think of all the money you were wasting, long distance and all.

Ms. Cattle: I have insurance.

Pieces: Ok you used a phone card to absorb the cost of the call.

Ms. Cattle: No, I have health insurance.

Pieces: Why on earth would you use health insurance to place a call, that's not even a valid form of payment?

Ms. Cattle: I needed health insurance for the surgery I had and in the middle of the operation I awoke to find the doctor insulting my body!

Pieces: So now you're here to collect?

Ms. Cattle: I want to be compensated for his unprofessional conduct. The amount was submitted to you.

Pieces: You were full of mush, at the time of surgery. You may have heard incorrectly.  Let's listen to what the physician has to say.

Dr. Limp: I assure you, I had Ms. Cattle's interest at heart before, during and after surgery. And, I'm also countersuing her butt, wit no interest.

Ms. Cattle: Then what was that comment about not having "enough" in the places that mattered the most, all about?

Dr. Limp: During the liposuction phase of surgery, I merely commented on having to extract from other areas of your body because you were too thin in some places.

Pieces: Does that explain you hysteria?

Ms. Cattle: And that other jeer about, not enough for the crowd?

Dr. Limp: I realized you were awake and, simply mentioned to the assistant that we had to inject you because we hadn't given you enough to sedate you throughout your surgery. 

Pieces: Well that does it for me. You were in a haze and became paranoid during surgery. Probably from the stress.

Ms. Cattle: Im not convinced, this man is slick. He shamed my body. I feel so bad and it's because of him.

Pieces: Now hold on a minute, you talk about being slick! You mean you've never heard a man utter things about your body disapprovingly until now?

Ms. Cattle: I'm talking about the doctors unprofessional conduct.

Pieces: And I'm trying to understand you that you're going to dare tell me that you have never heard an unflattering remark about your body until your surgery-answer me and answer now?

Ms. Cattle: Ok, I am not a centerfold.

Pieces: As long as that's understood. Now, Ms. Cattle do you normally file complaints against people who have not so nice things to say about your body?

Ms. Cattle: No, I mean well, I supposed it's silly to think I am everybodys desire and well if it's disliked it's not my problem.

Pieces: Ms. Cattle did you tell anyone about this, like your husband?

Ms. Cattle: I'm divorced.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

Ms. Cattle: I want to be refunded for the amount of the surgery.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Cattle is divorced and probably angry over the dissolution of her marriage. She therefore, challenges any man with whom her body comes into contact with. She does this as a mechanism to get back at men who remind her of her husband. He left her because he was no longer attracted to her.  Ms. Cattle was trying to recapture a look that would attract men, without being noticeable about it, as with her surgery. Dr. Limp's conversation in surgery was not enough to prove negligence on his part. His assistant did as Dr. Limp instructed as there was no comment from her in response to the "comments" made from Dr. Limp about Ms. Cattles body during surgery, therefore no accomplice as to what was actually said to implicate unprofessional behavior.

Pieces: Your health insurance paid for the surgery and you pay to have health insurance. That's why it's there. This was not a necessary operation, therefore no compensation from the surgery will be issued to the plaintiff, Ms. Cattle. As for the defendant, Dr. Limp you know the deal- you only get a certain amount of time to cash a check.

IT IS THERFORE ORDERED, Since the plaintiff failed to state a case of harm or injury resulting from being awake during her surgery judgment for the defendant.  The defendant's countersuit is dismissed, Ms. Cattle did infact wake up during surgery and Dr. Limp along with his surgical assistants should have responded sooner.

DATED: June 17, 2009                                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                                                On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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