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Drunk Florida woman calls 911 for sex


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Yes this is news, but once again, not uncanny or unheard of for the Sunshine state. The immense social isolation in the US for seniors is both magnified and compounded when you consider the volume of widowed, divorced and mentally disturbed, who live sedentary lonesome lives in quiet desperation. Having lived in southwest Florida, I can attest to this shocking fact as I had a female neighbor who died alone, her body discovered in her small desolate ranch within a gated community. She was a shut-in, economically challenged and living on the last vestiges of savings which was slowly dwindling away.

Faceless – even to her estranged sister who lived across the street in this secluded and remote cul-de-sac. She had no visitors or companionship save for her decrepit small dog. Her lifeless body was not even discovered for several days. I distinctly remember the female detective who was investigating the scene, informing me in a non-nonchalant manner that this was very common in Florida. People die here alone. It is common, disturbing and commonplace. It usually happens not long after a spouse or significant other passes. Incidentally, many retire alone, selling their homes and possessions beforehand, with dreams of an easier life amidst warmer temperatures and balmy sun filled days. Unfortunately, life is shorter then the best laid plans.

I would venture to assume that this social isolation has an terrible incremental impact on the afflicted. It builds inside slowly, surfacing and exposing the sheer ugliness, a pain emotionally intensified by the absence of other externalizations such as physical closeness and human contact. I can imagine Montanez-Colon, deprived of basic human companionship and casual contact over an extended time, eventually descended down a mental abyss of deviant thoughts and uncontrollable desires.

Is it no wonder that so many women in the USA are users of psychotropic drugs and suffer through endless bouts with depression, even during their teenage years. A society socially engineered to identify happiness with consumerism is bound to find a never ending road of cliched solutions, peddled by the pharmacology and psychiatric industrial complex. Unfortunately, this will eventually lead to temporary solutions until age becomes the predominant factor in offering some semblance of release.


Drunk Florida woman calls 911 for sex

Drunk Florida woman calls 911 for sex

Until then, like many of the article comments we can all take a humorous approach to this kind of unfortunate and miserable existence. It helps to distance oneself from this kind of emotional suffering. Perhaps a kind of subconscious damage control against a barrage of consumer advertising, creating a culture of happiness machines compounded the dumbing down effect of mindless reality programming and idiotic sitcoms. Apathy helps us maintain balance while treading quietly along within our own plastic hamster balls. Until the day of reckoning becomes a harsh reality, when we all collectively as a society experience a bit of Montanez-Colon