“Over the weekend, he took out his iPhone and began to surreptitiously record video of his aides asleep in their seats. As he prowled the cabin, laughing quietly to himself, he seemed to understand that come Tuesday, win or lose, this chapter of his life would be over.”
What if instead of walking on all fours, cats walked like this?
I would never breathe again because I’d be laughing too hard.
The human body is capable of some incredible autonomous processes, processes which happen subconsciously (like breathing), or bypass the brain entirely, like the notorious ‘knee-jerk’ reflex.
The Lazarus reflex, however, is a much more disturbing product of evolution. Hours after the brain has died, bodies are seen to suddenly raise their arms upwards and then gently lay them on their chest.
In the past, this has obviously led to the assumption that the patient is, in fact, alive and trying to make a sign or alert others. As Allan Ropper states in his paper ‘Unusual spontaneous movements in brain-dead patients’;
I think this is from Nosferatu
Though I think “136 Wiki articles about strange or mysterious things” is a more accurate title.
Dear J Beedo:
Womankind does not owe you sex and companionship.
Fuck the fuck off.
ETA: This was a featured post under the #LOL tag. What is funny about this?
wanna play a game?