dbcoop's comment history

dbcoop said...

Why would you sign the release, bring the baby home and then take a picture of the cooler and contact the newspaper? If they had handed her a cooler and said here you go there is nothing else we can do for you. Then i can see doing this, however this story just sounds like someone trying to get something from a bad situation.

Not necessarily speaking on this particular lady but in my opinion if you can not afford a child than please do not bring a child into that situation. Use birth control please. It is bad for everyone.

November 15, 2011 at 5:38 p.m.
dbcoop said...

Sorry for the loss. I can not see how a hospital would allow this.

However something is missing here.

Did you not read the article?

“In the event of a live birth, pathology cannot accept the baby due to state laws and the family may either make arrangements with a license funeral director or may choose a private burial adhering to their county regulations,” said Homa.

What was the hospital supposed to do? Maybe pay for the funeral home but if they do that they will have to do for more people. The lady could not afford for funeral home to properly handle the remains. So was this lady alone in the hospital? She said she was not "lucid" enough to make that decision?? Where was the father when this was done? Was he not "lucid" enough to say something?? So they take the baby home in the cooler then call the newspaper?? If she could not afford a funeral home probably not going to be able to afford the hospital bill either.

November 15, 2011 at 11:08 a.m.
dbcoop said...

Really now? Blaming the uniforms for loss? LOL

September 5, 2011 at 10:24 a.m.
dbcoop said...

Since you know all about some box and say they hired a child molester you know all about COD. hahahahahahahahahahahahah

Learned a long time ago that any person who brags about home much he or she makes is a damn fool and full of crap.

And because some jewelry box is $600 you would like to see the 200 or so employees lose their job. I think you are the poster child of what is wrong with this country.

January 2, 2011 at 1:10 p.m.
dbcoop said...

Good for you... And no i dont work there but know alot of people that do and since your loaded you dont care if close to 200 more Dalton and surrounding area people lose their job.

Home Depot is the largest flooring retailer for a reason...moron. Here is some shocking news for you!! They have a store in almost every town in the country. I hope they are the largest. MR SMART GUY

Selling a small box for $600?? Before you run your mouth and sound even dumber atleast know what kind of "box" you are crying about. I am sure it is just a box. Just a box to you is more to someone who knows what it is. Your are rich redkneck and do not know the difference between cuban cigars and swisher sweets.

"What else you got chump"?? Sound like a very educated thug. LOL yeah you probably do make more then me in a month selling crack or cooking meth. GOOD JOB you talk like a well rounded professional.

December 31, 2010 at 5:39 p.m.
dbcoop said...

Hey 'cody',

Ripping people off?? LOL

Just because you can not shop there doesnt mean they are ripping people off. Wal-Mart, Kmart and Home Depot are still around for you to buy furniture at.

December 22, 2010 at 5:54 p.m.
dbcoop said...

with unemployment in Dalton continuing to rise and the economy in bad shape. It seems like a great idea to build a new retail shopping center that wont have many customers. How about do something to help the current retailers, contractors and other local business's who have been in area for years. Rather than try to attract new business's to Dalton??

December 7, 2010 at 3:41 p.m.
dbcoop said...

Has a lawsuit been filed yet? This article seems to meet all the criteria listed below. The complaint attached to the Chattanooga Times Free Press shows $1,428,548.32 and $176,666.33 which equals $1,605,214.65 that Carpets of Dalton or American Home Showplace is listed as liable for. NOT $40 Million like the headline of this article says. I may be wrong but to me that looks like the case and id be curious to see that effects their business. Sure $1,605,214.65 is no small change but with the size of Carpets of Dalton should be able to handle that. A LITTLE DIFFER THEN $40 MILLION the headlines try to indicate.

from personalinjurylawyer.com:

"The criteria for a defamation lawsuit differ where the defamatory incident involves a private individual and where the defamatory incident involves a public figure. For purposes of clarity this article will focus on the criteria necessary to prove defamation concerning a private person. The basic criteria for a defamation action change slightly in each State so it is always best to check for the exact criteria in your particular state.

  1. Defamatory Statement - The first element that is needed is a false and defamatory statement made about a private individual. An individual need not prove malice in most States, he must only show that the defamatory statement was false.
  2. Publication - The party making the defamatory statement must make that statement to another person or persons, or publicly in general, and there must be no applicable element of privilege concerning the person making the statement.
  3. Injury to reputation - There must be injury to the defamed person’s reputation. Slander per se is actionable without proving special harm. Slander per se would be utterances relating to the commission of a crime, the plaintiff’s business or occupation or other itemized disgraces such as having a venereal disease and other similarly inflammable statements.
  4. Falsity or Fault - The statement must be false or the person publishing the statement must be at fault for negligently failing to ascertain the truth of his statement(s) before making them publicly."
November 6, 2010 at 2:16 p.m.
dbcoop said...

maybe Carpets of Dalton should sue Mr Crisp and Chattanooga Times Free Press for posting false information. Must not have read their own information. If you read the complaint Carpets of Dalton does not owe $40 million.

Terry, really with those comments. Jealousy and ignorance at its best. Hope you lose your job, i bet you wouldnt be making stupid comments like that anymore? Do you want the 200 or so people employed by Carpets of Dalton to lose their job too? By the way if Carpets of Dalton goes down the rest of the street probably does as well. The other carpet business have feed off Carpets of Dalton for years and im sure some of the employees at Carpets of Dalton and some of those other stores are from Northwest as well.

November 6, 2010 at 8 a.m.
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