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Two
years ago, this week, after a lil Christmas break, we were leaving an
Orlando hotel. As we were walking through the lobby to our car, I was
carrying our 3 yr old because he had a fever. There were a lot of
people--it was check-out time for the guests & the hotel was hosting
a convention. Without warning, Andy starting throwing up on me, him,
the floor & a Poinsettia garden in front of us. In between his 3rd
& 4th vomit blow, I summoned a maintenance guy to please get us a
garbage bag. That's when I noticed many people walking by, looking but
not stopping. I'm not angry they didn't stop, but as the day went on, I
flashbacked often, asking myself, "Would I have stopped?" Throwing-up is
totally gross & it's also not life-threatening, so I'm curious:
what's the Good Samaritan etiquette for something like this? Cause two
years later, I'm still guessin.' :)

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