Thursday, March 17, 2016

Another Todd Palin update courtesy of his incredibly unsympathetic "wife's" Facebook page.

Not to be a conspiracy theorist but they could literally be vising anybody in the hospital.
Courtesy of Nurse Ratched's Facebook page:

Thank you for lifting Todd up in prayer. He's still in ICU under care of a superbly skilled staff. A long surgery repaired numerous breaks in Todd's upper body, docs essentially lifted and secured every rib with steel bands, anchored the broken clavicle with plates and rods, set aside repair of a broken shoulder for later (also later are more minor things like ACL/MCL knee injuries), still mechanically inflating one collapsed lung while other bruised lung, liver, etc., are watched; chest drain is working overtime to keep things clear. (Damn, Todd was really injured badly. It's a good thing his wife was able to make it to his bedside.....you know, eventually.)

Requiring a bit more than our usual fix-all up here - Duct tape - some gnarly incisions to enter his innards will be reminders of how life can change in the blink of an eye. (And skating through TSA detectors with bionic parts will now be anything but the blink of an eye!) 

(Mocking Todd for his injures, always a supportive and nurturing thing to do. Can't you just feel the love?)

So thankful for today's medical technology including 3-D X-rays, temporary pain blocks and epidurals. (Medical science, always so much more effective than prayer.) I'm voting for their continued use until a resting position is found that allows minimal wincing with each breath. (That's a hint that she expects you to share your pain meds with her Todd.)

We say Mat-Su Regional Hospital is the best place to start life - all our babies are Mat-Su born - and these ER and ICU days show our local medical experts are most outstanding at continuing life, too... by the grace of God. (And they are great at keeping secrets too, aren't they Sarah?)

It's all good though, and I hope whatever challenges you face today - physical, emotional, financial - you'll have confidence in the care around you, and you'll apply Todd's consistent advice: "Don't sweat the small stuff."  (Small stuff?)

Your care for Todd is more appreciated than I can express. Thank you. And thank you to the still-mysterious snowmachiner(s) who came upon the wreck and provided critical help that night. I hope to meet you soon! 

- Sarah — at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center. 

Wait! She hasn't met the "bystander" who found her husband broken and bleeding in the woods?

How is that possible?

Now there is a guy who has a story to tell that I imagine is worth a pretty penny.

Okay so here we are coming up on a week since the accident and we STILL have not seen a picture of a damaged showmachine or for that matter a damaged Todd Palin.

Seeing Willow and Piper on a hospital bed does nothing to convince people used to the lies coming from the Palin family of the severity of Todd's injuries.

I'm not saying that he is not hurt, but you know what they say on the internet, "pictures or it never happened."


371 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:40 PM

    Did he lose his tiny two-tone?

    No wonder she is laughing.

    "- some gnarly incisions to enter his innards will be reminders of how life can change in the blink of an eye." Sarah Palin

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    1. Anonymous2:02 PM

      “gnarly incisions to enter his innards ... “ What an odd way to describe the effects of a surgical procedure involving a loved one. The lack of empathy and straight-up detachment is mind boggling. She is entirely without a soul.

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    2. Anonymous2:10 PM

      I would imagine they had to get a catheter from pediatrics to fit his tiny two toned dick.

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    3. Anonymous2:32 PM

      Sarah has not heart or soul. She does not understand empathy, sympathy or compassion. She simply is not capable of these emotions, regardless of whether it is a family member or anyone else.

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    4. Anonymous2:52 PM

      There are SO many things wrong with this...! "(And skating through TSA detectors with bionic parts will now be anything but the blink of an eye!) "
      Who would be thinking of THAT at a time like this?
      "ll our babies are Mat-Su born - and these ER and ICU days show our local medical experts"
      Really?! RILLY? According to YOUR BOOK TriG could NOT be born at MatSu! he needed a NICU which MATSU didn't have then. Also too didn't you mention ONCE he was born in Anchorage? You know the place that DOES have NICU!?!
      ""Don't sweat the small stuff." "
      We ya, she did say it was a "small wreck" didn't she?
      " And thank you to the still-mysterious snowmachiner(s) who came upon the wreck "
      THAT means STFU about!
      I'm still not convinced he didn't get the shit kicked out of him! Yeah were is the pic of the wrecked "snowmachine"?
      I call Bullshit except that The turd in the the MatSu for a unknown reason.

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    5. Anonymous4:56 PM

      Her flippant attitude towards Todd's injuries are all part of her Alaskan-tough-gal schtick.
      More intriguing is why she delayed getting back to Alaska. Maybe Todd's real woman was with him when he wrecked, called the ambulance, went to the hospital with him and Sarah had to wait for her to get out of the way before she arrived on the scene.
      Things that make you go hmmm.

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  2. Anonymous1:41 PM

    Can anyone read the chart/white board on the wall? -sjp

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    1. Anonymous3:06 PM

      From what I can decipher, the bottom right says 'pain management' (that would be one of the big goals, stated there).

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  3. Anonymous1:43 PM

    If Trump called her today to " screech"
    for him, she would be out of that hospital
    room, bags packed and on the next plane
    out of there!





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    1. Anonymous1:54 PM

      Is there a picture of Sarah in a hospital? I don't see her visiting Todd. Just the kids that think it's funny, whatever they are faking now.

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  4. Anonymous1:43 PM

    Is that Piper and Willblow?

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  5. Anonymous1:46 PM

    What, no money beg? She's slipping for sure.

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  6. Anonymous1:47 PM

    Sounds like Todd slammed into a tree.
    Was Tripp riding along with him?

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    1. Anonymous2:02 PM

      She did not mention Bristol and the kids. They were all central since he had just left the cabin.

      #1 Bristol photo before incident.
      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/01/15/20/3034153900000578-3401703-image-a-2_1452888060836.jpg

      #2 Bristol photo before incident.
      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/03/14/13/322E1D6E00000578-3491458-image-a-1_1457962080425.jpg

      There is a pattern with Bristol and kids when it comes to incidents in the Palin family.

      At all cost Sarah does not want to bring up Bristol.

      Also hearing that Bristol's pr staff does not want any look into the part about 3 month old Sailor traveling to the cabin in a trailer or snowmobile.

      Isn't the big news today that Dakota is seeing his baby girl for the first time?

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    2. Anonymous2:20 PM

      No head injury?

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    3. Anonymous2:23 PM

      I don't think so, unless that is why she hightailed it for 'the cabin' with the boys again. I thought little Bristol had a job?

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    4. Anonymous3:25 PM

      2:02, that second pic with TrackMark is way old.

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    5. Anonymous5:04 PM

      3:25, The picture with Track was on Bristol's social media. She deleted it after he punched on the girlfriend and was waving the Ak-15 while drunk.

      The photo is in this January 18, 2016 article. It was taken and posted near that time.
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3405822/Bristol-Palin-wraps-loving-arm-seven-year-old-syndrome-brother-cradles-baby-Sailor-Grace-intimate-family-photo.html

      Bristol removed it after Track's episode.

      The point is there is a pattern with Bristol and her kids.

      She posts pictures of her kids with men in her family like the men are good role models.

      Next some incident occurs.

      That is two from this year. It is only March.

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  7. Anonymous1:48 PM

    I'm suspicious too, Grypehn. When I saw that picture I thought those feet that are in the picture sure doesn't look like someone in the ICU with all those injuries and on a vent. It looks like someone that is sitting in a chair! Par for the course with the Palins.

    A picture with them laughing??? The fucking Palins are so sick.

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    1. Anonymous2:03 PM

      Yes, weird. However, I have had a relative who had many chest tubes, and that is definitely a chest tube drain and recepticle at the bottom of the bed.

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    2. Anonymous2:19 PM

      Those look like hospital-issued socks.

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    3. Anonymous2:41 PM

      Those are hospital issued.
      My husband has plenty.

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    4. Anonymous2:50 PM

      Those are hospital issued socks for people who are at a fall risk. These people are not supposed to be walking around by themselves - a trained nurse or other trained attendant needs to be with them when they walk around. (Makes me ask: how can he walk around with ACL and MCL damage that needs surgery?)

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    5. Anonymous3:28 PM

      We would haul pts into the chair on the vent and with chest tubes every day. I've even gotten open heart surgery pts out of bed the day of surgery. Many hospitals have hydraulic lifts to move pts in and out of bed. I've cared for a LOT of difficult pts and nightmare family members but I think I would quit before taking on 12 hrs of that bunch.

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    6. Scruffer4:41 PM

      On the Matsu hospital site it says about their ICU:
      Our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has a total of 14 private rooms
      This picture, if anything, is NOT in a private room. Someone else, probably Bristol, is sitting in a chair or on a bed, wearing those hospital socks (Todd certainly wouldn't be wearing them right now!), one upsidedown to make sure we notice they're hospital socks.
      In ICU it's usually quite darkened and noone is allowed to just sit there, laugh and shoot the breeze!

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  8. sewnup1:49 PM

    No ICU I've ever worked in would have had room on a bed for visitors to sit, and every one had a one-at-a-time rule except for actual end of life cases. Most often there are serious time limits on the amount of time a visitor may come in (there is rarely room to work around bystanders no matter they want to be there) Never worked where people could sit on the beds in ICU, much less long enough to carry on laughing, which hardly seems appropriate anyway. Something fishy there.

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    1. Anonymous2:53 PM

      Yup. Agree. I work in a hospital. In ICU, you have the bed, and you ahve a chair for a visitor. Usually visitors are limited to one or two, and only for a short time. Visitors are NOT to sit on a patient's bed.

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    2. Anonymous3:34 PM

      One of the reasons I left ICU after over 30 years was the change from restricted visiting to open visitation where there were visitors in the ICU ALL the time. It's been a big push nationwide for "Family centered care". Check out aacn.org if you don't believe me. We tried everything to try to limit the visitors. Most of the time they snuck back in so eventually, the staff just gave up. All management did was buy love seats that converted into beds.

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    3. Anonymous4:14 PM

      Loveseats in ICU???
      Sorry I don't buy that. Maybe for children in ICU, but not for adults.

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    4. Scruffer4:42 PM

      Matsu site says:
      Our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has a total of 14 private rooms

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    5. Anonymous4:56 PM

      New commenter (RN) here because I just have to comment on this ridiculousness. I looked up the hospital and it says they have 14 private rooms in their ICU. No ICU I ever worked in had 2 beds in a private room. Also, visitors are not allowed to sit on beds! What is the other bed doing in a private ICU room anyway? The yellow sock on the right foot is on wrong also. The rubbery traction part goes on the bottom of the foot. I do not see a chest tube drainage container. Someone commented above there definitely is one in the picture below the bed?

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  9. Anonymous1:51 PM

    I've read different accounts of the
    story. He was out with family, he was solo....so which is it? No pictures of the snowmobile. Hard to believe anything coming from the Palin family.

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  10. Anonymous1:52 PM

    How can Sarah not thank Bystander? That is shameful.

    And she doesn't give a shit about an accident report and what happened?

    She has gushed on about Todd and his yoys before, now she doesn't mention what happened to the snowmobile?

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    1. Anonymous2:34 PM

      There is a story here and she does NOT want it told.

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  11. Anonymous1:53 PM

    If he's in CIU, there's no way those girls and whoever snapped the picture are sitting on his bed laughing the day away. I suppose Piper is off school to be with Daddy Dearest? And Willow called off work as well? Meanwhile, Bristol and the boys are back at the cabin cleaning up the evidence.

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  12. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Is it customary to allow visitors in outdoor clothes to sit on an empty ICU bed ? If that really is Todd, one of his non-slip slipper socks is on upside down.

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    1. Anonymous2:06 PM

      I was thinking the same thing! The poor guy can't possibly fix his own sock, and no one else is noticing. Not that he can even walk, but it would drive me crazy feeling that heavy plastic non-slip stuff on the topside of my foot.

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    2. Anonymous2:32 PM

      Willow is the medical diagnostician. She may have been the one to put the socks on the dummy. Something was very funny to her.

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  13. WalterNeff1:56 PM

    Every bone in my husband's body is broken - oh! Here's a pic of my kids!

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    1. Anonymous2:01 PM

      My father is in the ICU. Here is Tripp snowboarding.

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  14. Anonymous1:56 PM

    "mysterious snowmachiners"? What was really going on? There is a story here and as her buddy Trump would say - huge! And why no pictures of the snowmobile?

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    1. Anonymous2:18 PM

      The snowmobile must look too good to photograph. Anyone knows people love to post pictures of crashed vehicles whether the driver survives or not.

      It is like a trophy when they do survive. There would be photos to show to Todd when, if he returns to planet earth.

      They need to have the accident report and pictures from the 13th. Pictures of the scene at Cubby's. Pictures of the investigators tracking the area where bystander tells them it happened.

      If they can't name bystander and the clerks at Cubby's that would have helped.... hmmm....

      Recreating an accident and Photoshop is too fake.

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    2. Anonymous2:30 PM

      Picture! Entered into evidence!

      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/02/10/258978EC00000578-2947457-image-a-44_1423573776610.jpg

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    3. Anonymous4:37 PM

      entered into evidence for what? Single vehicle wrecks (especially off road ones) with no property damage have nada reported. If you feel off a ladder in your yard, there is no investigation, unless you are planning on suing the ladder manufacturer

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  15. Anonymous1:56 PM

    Also, the most curious part of this whole episode is the lack of an Alaska State Trooper report. Must be nice to have friends in high places — except those friends are always found out for their deceptive ways. Alaskans are watching and waiting for the truth to be told.

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    1. Anonymous2:31 PM

      I was just looking for something about it on the AST website! Yes, curious isn't it?

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    2. Anonymous2:38 PM

      The only people watching are folks on blogs like this, hoping they'll be found out. Don't worry, they won't. They're very good at covering their tracks, image is everything to them. They have friends where it matters, who are more than willing to cover for them, and look the other way when necessary.

      Feel free to keep hoping, but they will never be exposed as phonies.

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    3. Anonymous2:41 PM

      Good guess that no law enforcement was involved. I would think the Emergency Responders would have to report the incident if no one else did. That is probably why the "mysterious snowmachiners" disappeared. They didn't want anything to do with any law enforcement officials.

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    4. Anonymous2:43 PM

      Exactly! There must be or will be an official report of the accident, the driver, the time, the circumstances, who responded, what steps were taken at the site of the accident to stabilize the patient, etc. Those would be public documents.

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    5. Anonymous2:48 PM

      It looks like this is more a crime than an accident.

      Can't the AST start their investigation now? It looks like the bystander and criminals did not want to call troopers at the time.

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    6. Anonymous3:29 PM

      @2:38 PM If they are so good at covering their tracks, what happens to the official report? All of the media coverage brings into question what was done by the state troopers in regards to an accident report. Serious injuries like those which could cause death do not go unreported.

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    7. Anonymous3:40 PM

      I don't think Troopers were involved as they no longer have a post near Talkeetna and unless one was on road duty near the accident they would have loaded him up for medical care and not waited for Troopers.

      If someone called 911 dispatch they would have sent a Talkeetna ambulance to transport him to the nearest hospital that could stabilize him. Talkeetna ambulance service has two locations near there that serve as Mat-Su EMS responders.

      I had posted on an old thread that you can listen to live Mat-Su 911 radio broadcasts online but you have to sign up of premium paid account to listen to their archives.

      https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/10341

      You can listen live at the above link but you need to pay for archives.

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  16. Anonymous1:57 PM

    Fu_k Todd Palin. I hope you're miserable you pathetic phony son of a bitch

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    1. Anonymous3:28 PM

      I'm concerned. Who will act as pimp while Toad is laid up?

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    2. Anonymous3:33 PM

      3:28: Bri$$le.

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  17. Anonymous2:01 PM

    Has anyone found an accident report for Todd's accident?

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    1. Anonymous4:04 PM

      If not an accident, no accident report.

      Look for an assault.

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  18. Anonymous2:01 PM

    Mat-Su must have a really different ICU. Any hospital I have been in ICU does not allow multiple visitors, even if family and you most certainly would NOT be sitting on a bed. What is really going on? Sarah is telling the story she wants heard.

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    1. Anonymous3:25 PM

      See below. Mat-Su does allow two visitors at one time, and the nurse can make exceptions.

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  19. Anonymous2:02 PM

    There are ICU simulated patients. They're like fake newborn dolls, but adult size and they have feet.
    http://www.bmsc.co.uk/adult-programme/ Was someone at an open house at a hospital, or dermatology clinic?

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    1. Anonymous2:11 PM

      You can only see the feet. Why would anyone get a fake adult doll? If they wanted to fake it, all they would need to do is put another person in the chair with socks on.

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    2. Anonymous2:22 PM

      Now we know what the daughters are laughing about.

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  20. Anonymous2:03 PM

    Well, whoever is sitting in the chair in the foreground with their toes conveniently poking out, had to have had a "cain't get it right" Palin put on his/her socks as one is upside down. "Confidence in the care around you" indeed!

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  21. Anonymous2:03 PM

    Stupid feckers can't even put their socks on right side up.

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    1. LOL! Yep, those white things are supposed to be on the bottom of the feet to prevent sliding. Guess Toad won't be getting up any time soon.

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    2. Anonymous2:57 PM

      Those hospital socks have the white grippy things on both sides, and no heel. as long as the white things are on top, they're also on the bottom. Unfortunately, I am all too familiar with hospital socks...

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    3. Anonymous3:25 PM

      2:57: Thank you.

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    4. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Those white ribbings are on the top and bottom of the hospital socks.
      Toad is already up if they have him sitting on a chair.

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  22. Anonymous2:08 PM

    Our "regional hospital," probably the same size as Mat-Su, does not, repeat not, have an ICU or surgical staff to handle injuries such as Todd's. He'd be taken to the Anchorage hospital, which is equipped for such care.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, if you live in Wasilla/Palmer/etc., but a regional hospital simply can't address serious cases.
    That's why they're called "regional." The difficult and life-threatening cases are sent to the nearest large hospital which is equipped for just this kind of accident.

    And any hospital with an ICU doesn't have the space or the inclination to have two silly girls sitting on an empty bed taking photographs and laughing. They're clearly not anywhere near their father. And, what's so funny?

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    1. Anonymous2:20 PM

      Right. When's the last time you were in an ICU room with TWO beds, without hair coverings, masks, and gloves...if he is that injured, no one is coming near him for a while.

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    2. Mat-Su is designated a level IV trauma center. I researched that a few days ago.

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    3. Anonymous2:45 PM

      level IV trauma center

      What does that mean? It's a joke?

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    4. Anonymous3:11 PM

      I was in ICU for my husband on the 9th and plenty of times before that. This flat out does not happen...they are LIARS. Either that or Alaska is back asswords. I go with the initial.

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    5. Anonymous3:13 PM

      Hmmm... Level IV...

      http://www.amtrauma.org/?page=traumalevels

      IOW, his injuries are not really THAT bad as she is making it out to be, or he would have been transferred to a higher level one after the first stabilization...

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    6. Anonymous3:24 PM

      Actually, here is what Mat-Su says about the ICU:

      Next to our patients, our patients' friends and family members are the most important people we know. Spending time with someone who cares during a hospital stay stimulates smiles and lifts spirits–on both sides of the hospital bed. That's why we encourage visitors to come see us, sit, and stay awhile; it's a healthy experience for everyone.

      Visiting Hours
      General Visiting Hours

      8 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.

      ICU

      Visitors are limited to two immediate family members at a time and should be limited to 10 minutes with exceptions given in special circumstances by the nurse caring for the patient.

      http://www.matsuregional.com/mat-su-regional-medical-center/visitors.aspx

      and this:

      Because patients in the ICU require specialized care, visitors should understand that their visit might be interrupted or cut short based on the needs of the patient and our doctors.

      http://www.matsuregional.com/mat-su-regional-medical-center/intensivecareunit.aspx

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    7. Anonymous3:30 PM

      evaluation, stabilization, and diagnostic capabilities for injured patients.

      He has been there how long? Remains in Level IV?

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    8. Anonymous3:32 PM

      A Level IV Trauma Center has demonstrated an ability to provide advanced trauma life support (ATLS) prior to transfer of patients to a higher level trauma center. It provides evaluation, stabilization, and diagnostic capabilities for injured patients.

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    9. Anonymous4:17 PM

      Yes, it provides all that - but not TREATMENT!

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  23. Anonymous2:08 PM

    Wait! who the hell is that in the yellow socks? Please tell me that's not toad. Where are the I.V. poles? Why are they laughing? Oh I think there's some fuckery going on.

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    1. Anonymous3:21 PM

      The IV poles would not be by his feet.

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  24. Anonymous2:09 PM

    Notice all the plugs for "Mat-Su Regional Medical Center". Mat-Su- the keeper of the Palin secrets.

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    1. Anonymous2:40 PM

      Mat-Su gave her Trig. Let's all sigh.
      SIGH.

      The loving mother that shared her fake "god" letter that she wrote from heaven, did NOT attend to his needs, then promptly tossed him aside when no longer lucrative.

      CHILD ABUSE.

      How dare you, $arah, for your own selfish means. "Pass me a baby, not the retarded one."

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    2. Anonymous2:43 PM

      Yeah, when I read the post I fund it very peculiar.

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  25. Anonymous2:12 PM

    Was his surgery delayed waiting on Sarah to get home as she would be the person authorized to make medical decisions for him?

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    1. Anonymous2:21 PM

      If you were Todd, would you have Sarah be the person authorized to make medical decisions for you?

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  26. Anonymous2:14 PM

    I bet she is pissed. His accident is going to put a crimp in her getting back on the campaign trail. Not that she wouldn't go IF Trump calls, but because of the negative feedback.

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  27. Anonymous2:14 PM

    My, what LITTLE feet you have, said the sTrumpeteer.

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  28. Anonymous2:16 PM

    What kind of an ICU does Mat-Su have? NO iCU allows visitors to sit on beds and most don't allow multiple visitors unless it is an end of life concern. Is he in ICU or a regular hospital room?

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    1. Anonymous3:20 PM

      Well, it's good that Mat-Su has it posted, so we don't have to guess:

      ICU

      Visitors are limited to two immediate family members at a time and should be limited to 10 minutes with exceptions given in special circumstances by the nurse caring for the patient.

      http://www.matsuregional.com/mat-su-regional-medical-center/visitors.aspx

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  29. Anonymous2:18 PM

    Those girls sure don't look like they are concerned for their father's welfare and laughing in an ICU. This must be a first, but it is the Palins and Mat-Su.

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    1. Anonymous2:24 PM

      Good drugs?

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  30. Anonymous2:20 PM

    isn't today the visit with Dakota and Sailor ??

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    1. Anonymous2:43 PM

      Yes, what happened?

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    2. Anonymous2:59 PM

      No, tomorrow. Unless the little lass is still up in the cabin...

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  31. Requiring a bit more than our usual fix-all up here - Duct tape
    Sarah must really be pissed. For injuries that bad, she sure is making fun of Toad. Not an ounce of empathy in her post.

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    1. Anonymous3:01 PM

      Exactly. The only thing I can make out from the white board in the back is 'PAIN MANAGEMENT' as one of the goals, I guess. So, Toad is in quite some pain, and his shrew of a wife just jokes about it.

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  32. Anonymous2:23 PM

    Tired of the duct tape scenario.
    Everyone and their dog knows the Palins are pussies.
    With a lie to tell.
    Same sh*t different day.

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  33. Anonymous2:27 PM

    At Mat-Su?
    She's nowhere near it.

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  34. Anonymous2:28 PM

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      I hope Anonymous will include Trump cohorts.

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  35. Anonymous2:28 PM

    There was a comment on Bristols
    instagram about missing the annual get together at the cabin and Bristol responded that it "was next weekend". This implies there were several people at the cabin and NO ONE is talking... Real story is out there and if Sarah has her way, it will never get told. "Mysterious snomachiners" indeed!

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    1. Anonymous2:51 PM

      When was that?

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    2. Anonymous3:03 PM

      Interesting. Just like with all the people at the ranch where Scalia croaked. Nobody knows who was there.

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    3. Anonymous3:10 PM

      I saw that post about the Cabin get together also. It
      was posted when Bristol was in HI. but not able to find it now. If I remember correctly it did sound like an annual event she was going to miss if she was in HI. Bristol responded to commenter that the Cabin get together was the following weekend.

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    4. Anonymous3:15 PM

      Yes, I remember seeing that comment, too. That was while she was in Hawaii the week before.

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    5. Anonymous3:21 PM

      That was a comment on one of the pictures she posted while in Hawaii.

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    6. Anonymous3:21 PM

      It was a post on one of the Hawaii pictures on her IG. I saw it as well. I think the comment was from one of the "cousins." who moved her crap back from KY.

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    7. Anonymous3:35 PM

      Was it the get together with the cousins. I think that was one of the Bender's ideas.

      It was to be in March.

      I don't know when the video of the snowboard was made but it could be one of Tripp's cousins if they were all still at the cabin.

      The 310 shake, looked like by a lake, it must have been an old photo.

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    8. Anonymous3:37 PM

      Here's the info. First I'm pasting in what I saw online and then I'm pasting in what someone posted of that info on IM on 3/5:

      Bristol Palin - Instagram Profile - INK361
      ink361.com/app/users/ig-1395504853/bsmp2/photos?page...
      dangle907 - Dan Thibault You didn't get the memo it's cabin weekend and here you are ... bsmp2 - Bristol Palin Cabin weekend is nexttttt weekend @dangle907.


      Posted on IM:

      Anonymous3:24 PM
      dangle907You didn't get the memo it's cabin weekend and here you are in Hawaii @bsmp2 got to admit it does look a bit warmer than Petersville

      bsmp2Cabin weekend is nexttttt weekend @dangle907

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    9. Anonymous3:40 PM

      Yeah, so based on what you guys have been saying about the cabin weekend, that would have been the weekend when Todd had his accident. Bristol posted the "next weekend" correction while in HI and IM was talking about that info on 3/5. Todd got hurt the next weekend. There is more to this, for sure.

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    10. Anonymous3:59 PM

      "Mysterious snomachiners"?

      https://www.facebook.com/dan.thibault.7

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    11. Anonymous4:08 PM

      Be sure to capture where, when you find the info. It will be shuttered.

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    12. Anonymous4:28 PM

      Dan Thibault = one of Todd's fellow irondoggers.

      From 2007 (when Governor Palin was the official race starter): Frank Harris (Big Lake) entered with Daniel Thibault of Anchorage)

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    13. Anonymous4:43 PM

      It must have been a typical Iron Dog party at the cabin with booze and kids.

      Photos: Daniel Thibault (bystander?) is putting on GPS.
      http://www.adn.com/sites/default/files/styles/ad_slideshow_wide/public/legacy/2009/02/4200755.6775.original.source.prod_affiliate.7_0.jpg?itok=1SrlgrHJ

      When defending Tesoro Iron Dog champions Marc McKenna of Anchorage and Eric Quam of Eagle River zoom off Big Lake on Sunday morning at the start of the world's longest and toughest snowmachine race, both will be aiming for a repeat victory.
      http://www.adn.com/article/20090202/champs-feel-strain-snowmachine-racing

      Dakota's attorney should know this. He can get some people on it to find out what Bristol is doing with Sailor.

      It looks like the same old has been going on since the brawl days.

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  36. Anonymous2:30 PM

    Wasn't it at Mat-Su that Sarah's parents posed with Trig in the hallway just hours after he was born? What kind of a hospital is this?

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    1. Anonymous2:45 PM

      With a hole in his heart and every THANG.
      Back to work in three days.
      How stupid do you think we are, $arah?
      Good LORD.

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    2. Anonymous3:23 PM

      Same hospital where an extremely young Levi sitting on a couch was holding Trig like a daddy would.

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  37. Anonymous2:32 PM

    Something is very odd here....

    He has injuries back and front of his body, he's on a ventilator and has a chest tube and leg injuries and on and on....... There is more to this story given the total lack of reports and detail there is.

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    1. Very serious injuries - no surgeon outside of a level I Trauma center would touch this - Mat Su is or was Level 4 - just first aid!

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    2. Anonymous3:27 PM

      +++++Agreed!+++++

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    3. Very serious injuries - no surgeon outside of a level I Trauma center would touch this - Mat Su is or was Level 4 - just first aid!

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  38. Anonymous2:33 PM

    They are laughing because the visit is staged. Todd is not in that room.

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    1. Anonymous2:45 PM

      The Palins are very good at staging in Mat-Sue hospital room. Sarah did say ALL of their babies were born there. Assume this to also include Sailor. Mat-Sue keeps a second set of records to support the Palin stagings.

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    2. Anonymous2:54 PM

      I agree, they feel awkward acting so phony in a hospital where Todd could be in another room clinging to life. They are all just making this too happy happy.

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    3. Anonymous3:13 PM

      They are laughing because Piper will get to give up school and take care of Pops instead, and Willow will get to not work some more and take care of Pops instead.

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    4. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Mat-Su Regional Hospital conducts business like Ted Stevens used to conduct "construction" business to his home. It appears AK is about as corrupt as NJ & LA.

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  39. Anonymous2:34 PM

    Obviously they are married in name only. Much of what goes on with that family is sterilized for public consumption.

    Their image is what's important to them, and despite what is being said here, people still hold her in high regard, and they view her as a loving wife supporting her husband.

    They are teflon, and nothing bad sticks to them.

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    1. Anonymous2:53 PM

      2:34 PM Shit sticks to anything.

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    2. As my uncle would say, The Devil looks after his own.

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    3. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Hahaha! They are NOT teflon. It's been a long and slow demise but they have most certainly taken hit after hit for all the shit they do and say! Have you seen her PAC numbers? I see bankruptcy in their future also, too.

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    4. Anonymous4:09 PM

      2:34pm

      At least one of them, namely Todd, is literally "teflon" after his multiple surgeries! He's full of teflon, and will be full of more when they replace shoulder :-)

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  40. Anonymous2:42 PM

    Maybe they aren't posting pictures of Todd to protect his privacy.
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    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha I crack myself up.

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    1. Anonymous3:32 PM

      It's good to laugh!

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    2. Anonymous4:29 PM

      I lol'd!

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  41. Anonymous2:45 PM

    Ok. Where to start... :(

    First off: those two japping, laughing their heads off hyenas could be visiting any patient at any hospital. Second: the yellow socks in the foreground tell me that they are visiting a patient that is ambulatory, but is in danger of falling. (Those are the 'alert' socks nurses pay attention to when they see someone out and about in the hallways).
    Third: WHERE TF is the picture of Toad??? Just showing the socks of someone does not mean it is a specific person!

    Also, too: VERY, very caring, how you describe the heinous injuries your husband supposedly sustained! And knee problems, especially ACL AND MCL injuries, are no laughing matter, and no 'small problem'!

    BEOTCH!!!

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    1. Anonymous3:01 PM

      About the socks - aren't their different color socks for different patient situations? Like you said, the nurses recognize the color coded socks if a patient is out of bed? So, what do yellow socks mean at Mat-Su?

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    2. Anonymous3:16 PM

      To be fair, it would not be appropriate to post a pic of Todd on a ventilator, especially if he is not able to consent.

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    3. Anonymous3:18 PM

      Yellow socks means BE AWARE! HERE IS SOMEONE WHO SHOULD NOT BE WALKING ALONE! Other colors (grey in our hospital) are just for the 'regular' patients, who are not at an increased fall risk.

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    4. Anonymous4:07 PM

      Yes, yellow socks mean "caution" to anyone managing a hospital floor.

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  42. Anonymous2:49 PM

    Toad has some serious injuries. I wonder what his helmet looks like. How fast would you have to be going to sustain injuries like that in wreck? Or did he fall down a cliff or ravine too? Also about the pic of him with Trigger and Sailor - man he looks frail. He either suffers from low T or he's one of those men who starts looking like a woman as they get old.

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  43. Anonymous2:50 PM

    The injuries that Sarah tries to describe sound really serious yet those two yokels are laughing ha ha ha and Bristol is laughing about Tripp snowboarding. What a family.

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    1. Anonymous3:03 PM

      How do you know that is Tripp? Did she show his face?

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    2. Anonymous3:20 PM

      That's right. Here, her dad is supposedly in ICU, and yet, here she is, frolicking in the snow with her son...

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  44. Anonymous2:54 PM

    The girls look like they're having a grand time. What's so funny ladies?

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    1. Anonymous4:00 PM

      Willow says to Piper, " Let's tell him, if he wants his sock turned properly, he can do it himself!"
      Or:
      Piper says to Willow, "Let's make dad laugh and see how much it hurts!"
      Or:
      Willow say, "Can you believe the idiot is coming all the way from KY to see a kid that isn't his!"
      Or
      "Wow! This fake hospital room is getting a lot of use! Smart move, mom!"
      Or...

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  45. Anonymous2:55 PM

    Boy is simple sarah going to be pissed that she won't be able to hop on a plane to suck trump's tiny appendage in the foreseeable future. She'll have to stay in Alaska to nurse toad for the next 6 months. Hahahahaha!!!!

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  46. Anonymous2:56 PM

    Staged at Mat-Su.
    https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/qqgfurhtzuebfbsqxhtm.jpg

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    1. Anonymous3:02 PM

      Yup! I wonder if Mat-Sue gives Sarah a discounted rate for use of the room, gowns, IV, etc.

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  47. Mat-Su is listed as a Level IV trauma center - anything as serious as described would be sent to Anchorage or Seattle - something is fishy! http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/Emergency/Pages/trauma/designation.aspx

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    1. Anonymous3:22 PM

      Didn't see your post when I posted my link to the different trauma center levels.
      And yes, he would have been transported immediately after being stabilized!

      http://www.amtrauma.org/?page=traumalevels

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  48. Honestly people, what the heck. I’m not a Palin fan but reality I’m a fan of. I have worked in ICUs of many types and levels in many places including all the hospitals in Seattle except Virginia Mason and worked other places such as UCLA’s transplant unit. Someone is sitting in a chair probably a geri-chair type rig and the visitors are on the bed, that happens all the time. Those socks with the tread on the bottom get twisted upside down all the time too. There are different types of ICUs and different rules everywhere. Some allow family anytime, some only a few minutes an hour. Research shows visitors are a good idea for the patient. The time limits are dependent on the acuity of the ICU (some ICUs have the acuity of other step-down units), which is dependent on the level of care and how critical the patient is. If the person is very ill, there is a lot to do and a bunch of people are difficult to manage. If the patient is in isolation then of course visiting is more limited and teaching is involved for putting on the right gear/hand washing and sitting on the bed is an issue, the same is true with a dysfunctional immune systems or reverse isolation. Even if there is a reason to limit visitors almost every hospital allows at least one. Laughing is a good idea and encouraged along with “silly girls.” Myself and another nurse use to do song and dance routines for critically ill patients singing silly stuff. We also said and did things to make both patients and visitors laugh. I haven’t read anywhere that he is on a vent, but he could be. People on ventilators need to get up in chairs and can even go for walks with portable equipment. Getting up in that chair was probably the most important treatment he got all day. Of course IV poles would be at the head of the chair. His injuries don’t require specialized services, chest tubes are routine everywhere and so are broken bones. Every level IV trauma center like Mat-Su has an “orthopod” on call to do the surgeries for people who show up in the ER. Now give me some hate.

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    1. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Good explanation thanks. Now we need a different type expert to explain "still-mysterious snowmachiner(s)"

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    2. No, you make sense. People visiting people in the hospital will try to lighten the atmosphere: good spirits aids in the healing process.

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    3. According to the Alaska Dept of health, a Level 4 (the lowest level) is stabilize and transfer. I have worked trauma at Harborview and Grady - this is a major injury, sounds like he is on a ventilator. Ortho docs don't do rib stabilization - that thoracic. Something is fishy.

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    4. Anonymous3:44 PM

      Celia, you have way too many problems of your own for me to ever "give you some hate". You seem to live in a trench of despair, so I'll leave you to that.

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    5. Anonymous3:55 PM

      Thanks Celia! I have no problem with hating on the Palins while being accurate and honest! It is the ridiculous stuff that makes us looks like the c4p loons.

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    6. Anonymous4:07 PM

      Reportedly his knees were damaged too. And a broken leg? I don't know, that seems a lot to still be able to get up and into a chair.

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    7. Anonymous4:23 PM

      Thank you, Celia.

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    8. Anonymous4:26 PM

      Exactly, Bob! The type of treatment she described about framing the ribs with metal bars etc, that is NOT what a level IV traumacenter is prepared to do. Not even sure that Anchorage would be qualified for that. Seattle OTOH would be the logical choice.

      She is digging deeper and deeper. I used to have a Hawaiian T-Shirt with the saying "Always tell the truth - there is less to remember!" (And, by implication, less to invent and correct!)

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    9. Anonymous4:42 PM

      Thanks for posting Celia! A voice of reason and experience.


      I have seen elderly family members treated for hip and pelvic fractures recently. They were up and in the chair with 24 hours of the surgery (with appropriate assistance and pain control of course.) This helps prevent blood clots, bedsores and other complications. They were allowed visitors and wore the grippy socks and so on.

      Let me throw this in. If things go well for Todd and no other immediate surgeries are scheduled then even with the injuries described he will be discharged within a few days. He will go either to a skilled rehab/advanced care facility, or home with all the care and therapy done there.

      I would be worried about the sanitation and hand washing and the diet in that house, but maybe they will hire more cleaning and cooking help.

      Even Sarah will be able to handle her dear hubby's bedpans and spongebaths with a little training. ;-)

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    10. Anonymous4:55 PM

      OK, here's your "still mysterious snowmobilers" Some drunks were partying with Todd or in the area. He either went to Cubby's for more beer, or for something Bristol or one of the grandkids wanted/needed.

      He wrecked. Mysterious snowmobilers, either with him or coming upon the wreck, realized that he was injured badly and got him to Cubbys. By now totally sober - the sight of blood and broken bones will do that to you, they realized they could be subject to DUI tests for operating a machine while intoxicated, so they booked. Or, they could be asked questions about what led to the wreck if they were involved. e.g they were racing with him on a bet, chasing him or vice versa. They worried about the proven vindictive, vengeful nature of the Palins if they said the wrong thing, so they booked.

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    11. Anonymous4:58 PM

      Yep -- if he is in the hospital I think he's in the Prov Anchorage or Harborview in Seattle trauma unit. Something is strange.

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    12. Anonymous4:59 PM



      Anon 4:42 again.

      Today is Thursday, so if Todd was an average person in the 48 would probably be discharged either tomorrow or Monday at the latest unless he is still having breathing issues or other complications.

      But- he's not covered by typical insurance because he has the gold plated sh*t we buy for him.

      AND MatSu Regional is definitely Palin country and run by friends.

      Also there may be a lack of options in the valley other than MatSu Regional's home care, and they are millionaires. So we will have to wait and see where he is next week.

      If he is smart he will gtfo asap and before he acquires a drug resistant nosocomial infection.

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  49. Anonymous3:10 PM

    Wait, I thought he was out with the family, not alone. These people should not be trusted with a word they say.

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  50. Anonymous3:10 PM

    Doctors are baffled where Todd's balls went.

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  51. Anonymous3:11 PM

    Amazing that ICU would permit (at least) 3 visitors at one time. It sounds like somebody worked Todd over with a baseball bat. I hope the bat survived in one piece. Okay, that ins't nice but I'm thinking of the junior high school black child that Todd and his two buddies put in the hospital many years ago. Looks like karma doesn't recognize the Palin name.

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  52. Anonymous3:12 PM

    Aw-w-w come on now Gryph,where are your "sources" on this deal?
    Something?
    Anything?

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  53. Anonymous3:12 PM

    from the pond

    Guest • 2 hours ago
    Sarah in her own special way deflects this most seriousness of this incident by injecting humor which is good for the soul ,

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    1. Anonymous3:56 PM

      Not good for the soul when the patient is in such extremis that he can't laugh, and is probably unconscious from pain killers that he doesn't hear what's going on.

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  54. Anonymous3:15 PM

    Sarah sure does love those HIPAA laws.

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  55. Anonymous3:17 PM

    I recently wore socks like those and they have the non-stick on both sides so you don't have to give much thought as to how you get them on.

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  56. Anonymous3:27 PM

    Sarah must be pissed to high heaven that can't be with Trump. Seems like GOD is sending her a message - take care of your family. He is literally
    closing those doors

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  57. Anonymous3:29 PM

    Since Wat-Su Hospital only opened in 2006, all of Sarah(h)'s children could not have been born there!


    Researching the excellent surgical and rehabilitative care offered by several Anchorage hospitals, it beggars belief that a man in Todd's condition would remain at a regional hospital.

    Finally, if he's eligible for Native Care, why isn't he in the state-of-the-art, well-staffed, and well-trained Native Hospital in Anchorage?
    Mat-Sue might have been his first trauma center, but he then was quickly, by highway or helicopter, sent to a first-class ICU with surgeons trained to address his serious injuries.

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    1. Anonymous3:43 PM

      Mat-Su has 3 orthopedic surgeons on staff so it was the closest with full staff to treat his injuries.

      I don't think that Todd uses the Native Hospital, none of them that qualify seem to take advantage of the few benefits they offer. Native Hospital patients often are on Medicaid that covers a variety of things that Native care doesn't.

      I think Palins have decent private insurance for life as part of the separation agreement of Sarah having been Governor.

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  58. Anonymous3:29 PM

    If Todd is not ambulatory, he would have compression sleeves on his legs, not walking around no-slip hospital socks.

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  59. Anonymous3:32 PM

    If Todd is hooked up to a breathing devise, he is not walking around anywhere.

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  60. Anonymous3:35 PM

    http://www.matsuregional.com/mat-su-regional-medical-center/intensivecareunit.aspx

    Our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has a total of 14 private rooms, each with cable TV and a private bath. We also offer a private shower area. Patients and their family members have access to room service, and meals may be enjoyed in the patients' rooms.

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    1. Anonymous3:54 PM

      Then your ICU is not established like a real hospital's ICU, which is equipped for serious injuries, as Todd Palin experienced. No "ICU" I've experienced in our country allows the kind of things you describe, which leads me to believe that you don't have a full-fledged ICU.
      Neither do you have the surgical staff to attend to Todd Palin's injuries and the after-care that he requires.

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    2. Anonymous4:05 PM

      I think you are a little behind the times 3:54pm, ICU's are loosening restrictions in many hospitals as family time has been proven to speed recovery:

      http://alaska.providence.org/health-library/content?contentTypeID=6&contentID=706575

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    3. Anonymous4:20 PM

      3:54, 3:35 was posting Mat-Su's actual words from their website (not just reporting what his or her ICU has.

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  61. Anonymous3:38 PM

    Going into conspiracy theory territory here, but if I were writing this novel, I'd have Sarah arranging something Todd wasn't supposed to survive. Busybody snow machiners got him help in time to save his life, and she's trying to find them. Bristol's pissed because there was promise of insurance payout - doubled since death caused by accident. My imagination, I'm sure.

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  62. Anonymous3:51 PM

    It sounds like his injuries are really serious. I wonder who helped Sarah with the medical-ish description. At some point, the hospital staff will want him to be able to take deep breaths and that will be painful. I sure hope that Sarah is with him all day every day. The more time she spends away from the Lower 48, the better off we all are.
    Beaglemom

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  63. Anonymous3:59 PM

    That FB post is absolutely terrifying. She sounds like the lady in "Misery".

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    1. Anonymous4:45 PM

      Doesn't she though?

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  64. Anonymous4:03 PM

    Making fun and jokes? Sounds like the accident was brutal and Todd is badly injured and still in ICU, which means it's going to take much time to recover.

    What kind of speed was he going? The machine must have tipped over on top of him. This could be a crash into a tree, but that would have caused a concussion possibly. At least he was wearing a helmet and obeyed the laws, something which Sarah doesn't believe in, seeing she is negligent with seat belts.

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  65. Anonymous4:07 PM

    OMG She wants to talk to the mysterious witnesses so she can shut them down!!! She's terrified that pics and/or witness accounts could show up! There's probably a "postal money order" ready as a payoff!

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  66. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Crazy that no one knows who called the ambulance and found Todd. Ambulance attendants need all that information and need the person who witnessed and attended the victim to give a statement to police. There's no way that the Palins didn't know the person.

    Is it possible that a female friend was with Todd and called ambulance?

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    1. Anonymous4:20 PM

      A female friend is what I have been thinking, too.

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    2. Anonymous4:59 PM

      Interesting observation.
      And most 911 calls are eventually released...

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  67. Anonymous4:14 PM

    Yep, stupid $arah, I'll "have confidence in the care around me" since I and my loved ones will have access to it via the ACA or "Obamcare" to you.

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  68. Anonymous4:19 PM

    It was to be some kind of "cabin weekend." They had talked about it with non-family. Why do that if the weekend was just going to be family? But a guy named Dan was telling Bristol that she hadn't gotten the memo and was wondering why she was in HI and going to miss the cabin weekend. It sure sounds like there was ore than one bystander around up there.

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  69. Carli4:24 PM

    Sometimes Gryph, I just can't get on board with your snarky points. Most, yes but not this one.

    I despise the Palins with the heat of of a red hot sun, but if those injuries are true, I can only hope for a speedy recovery for Todd Palin. I have no thoughts to wish him harm.

    I think sometimes your hate clouds your judgment. As does mine sometimes, but this post was over the top for me.

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  70. Anonymous4:32 PM

    Just my 2 cants abt ICU
    This from someone in a rural area with Providence hospital.

    I say sitting on bed giggling is no big deal. Todd sitting upright is harder to swallow given the description of injuries.

    Unless they really want him up and moving. Moving is key word as he could sit up in bed. Maybe they were changing sheet

    Providence has eICU which means they can keep you in your hometown and watch and monitor you using the internet. The ICU in Anchorage watches the computer inputs and the nurses and doctors there tell people here what to do.

    This obviously is best for stable people.

    They use a looks-regular-room. If no one is using it for ICU it's a regular room.

    So I could see a visitor sitting on the bed I'd patient is in chair. Especially as incident was a week ago.

    I vote. No "here" here on the photo.



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  71. I continue to wonder whether Track beat up Toad who then staged a snow machine "accident" to cover up Track's repeated bad behavior?

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  72. Anonymous4:40 PM

    To those saying there should be an Alaska State Trooper report, here's what one of the initial Alaska media reports said:

    n Monday, the Mat-Su Borough sent out an email saying emergency responders were called to Cubby's Marketplace south of Talkeetna for a report of a snowmachine accident that took place north of there. The email said medics transported one patient to Mat-Su Regional Medical Center with serious injuries. The crash involved a single snowmachine.

    However, borough spokesperson Patty Sullivan said she couldn't confirm the patient's identity due to federal privacy laws. When asked why the borough bothered to send out a special email about a snowmachine accident, Sullivan said it was because the local government had been getting numerous media requests for information.

    So, if someone is sluething, that's the place to look. Here is the link to the Mat-Su Borough FD: http://www.matsugov.us/cmsfd

    http://www.frontiersman.com/news/reports-todd-palin-injured-in-snowmachine-crash/article_9af8f8c2-ea07-11e5-ba08-47e4fdf3b6d2.html

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  73. Anonymous4:42 PM

    The type of lung injuries in an ICU would require visitors to be wearing masks. I can't believe they let in Willow and Piper without masks. If they had a cold or virus that is contagious, Todd would be in a world of hurt, not being able to cough for the pain, and the risk of infection?????

    Is this the way they do things in AK?

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  74. Anonymous4:59 PM

    Piper, you're thrice dumb and three times as deserving of ridicule. Your fucking family will NEVER learn, twat.

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  75. Anonymous5:01 PM

    I posted the link to the Mat-Su Borough Fire Department. If you scroll down to "Duty Schedules", that link shows who was on duty the evening of Sunday 3/13, the night of the accident:

    24: Simmons/Holom (these two would have been on duty from 9:00 a.m. 3/13 to 9:00 a.m. on 3/14, so would have been on duty when the 3/13 8:00 p.m. call came in and was responded to. Might have responded to a VIP situation?)
    AM E: Weniger (would have already been off duty at 6:00 p.m., so probably didn't respond)
    PM E: Hutchings (would have been on duty and likely the emergency responder)
    PM F: Hearn (would have been on duty and might have responded to assist)

    I'm not sure what "E" and "F" mean, but possibly "Emergency" and "Fire." According to the spreadsheet that downloads when you click on the "Duty Officer Schedule," it says:

    AM (Saturday & Sunday only) = 0600-1800
    PM = 1800-0600
    24 Hour Shifts begin and end at 9:00

    If you click on "Rescue" to the right, it says:

    Central MAT-SU Rescue responds to over 350 calls each year. This includes primarily motor vehicle accidents / crashes with a variety of other technical and off-road rescue incidents. This represents over ½ of the entire rescue call in the MAT-SU Borough.

    Central Rescue consists of the following units:

    Rescue 61 Heavy Rescue (also serves as the Borough-wide Hazmat response vehicle)
    Rescue 65 Squad 51 (Service company and backup rescue unit)
    Two Yamaha 660 4-Wheelers with trailer

    I would think a public records request to Mat-Su Borough would result in the accident report. Gryphen?

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  76. Anita Winecooler5:02 PM

    Isn't she a smart one. Hey, Piper, I ate all those jellybeans you hid, why were they all brown?"
    "Those weren't jellybeans, those were rabbit droppings"

    What a pathetic post she cobbled together. Her husband sounds like every bone in his body is broken, and she was too busy endorsing Trump to even care, and then she posts a random photo of two Palins sitting on a hospital bed.
    Newsflash, Boobala Bimbo! If someone's on a ventilator, they're in ICU with ONE FUCKING BED. How did two lardasses get in ICU and SIT on a random bed?
    Don't worry, I won't tell your God, but you're a lying sack of scar tissue that won't shut up.

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