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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 12:56 PM       
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I used to work as a Deiner in a town just outside of Toronto and the bulk of my job was performing duties during autopsies that the Pathologist didn't like to do.

I saw and did a lot of messed up things while I was there, on a fairly routine basis, in the process of just doing my job.
A. What's a Deiner?

B. Why didn't the pathologist want to do these autopsies?
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Old Dec 8th, 2008, 10:27 PM       
I don't usually watch Manswers, but for some reason I happened to be flipping through Spike and saw you on there. Nice. Congratulations, hollywood. So you get paid or what?
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Old Dec 9th, 2008, 01:00 PM       
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A. What's a Deiner?

B. Why didn't the pathologist want to do these autopsies?
A deiner is pretty much what I described, someone who assists in autopsies and generally does the things a pathologist doesn't like to do. I believe 'deiner' is German for servant, and there are a lot of gross things a pathologist would rather not do during autopsy like milking the guts and picking bugs out of unmentionable areas.

Think of Dr. Frankenstein's Igor...

Actually, at a basic level a deiner washes the bodies, moves people around and preps for autopsies. Sort of like a nurse, I guess.

I studied funeral services right out of highschool and ended up working as a deiner for awhile before moving completely out of the post mordem field of employment.
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Old Dec 10th, 2008, 10:43 PM       
[quote=JI studied funeral services right out of highschool and ended up working as a deiner for awhile before moving completely out of the post mordem field of employment.[/quote]

Wow. What job did you want to get exactly?
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Old Dec 11th, 2008, 12:32 AM       
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A deiner is pretty much what I described, someone who assists in autopsies and generally does the things a pathologist doesn't like to do. I believe 'deiner' is German for servant, and there are a lot of gross things a pathologist would rather not do during autopsy like milking the guts and picking bugs out of unmentionable areas.

Think of Dr. Frankenstein's Igor...

Actually, at a basic level a deiner washes the bodies, moves people around and preps for autopsies. Sort of like a nurse, I guess.

I studied funeral services right out of highschool and ended up working as a deiner for awhile before moving completely out of the post mordem field of employment.
How much training do you need to be a deiner? All that shit can't be much worse than working retail.
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Old Dec 15th, 2008, 09:56 AM       
Rog, just an FYI... There's an easy way to save movies directly from websites.

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