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March 28, 2011

SEND IT TO WASHINGTON

2,500 year-old preserved human brain discovered

(Thanks to The Perts)

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Pat Buchanan?

i was thinking of andrew zimmern...

"There is, however, no indication of why he was hanged"

Sounds like Texas

Do the police suspect foul play?

Well after all, there is no statute of limitations on murder.

*wonders how they knew he was hung*

Scarecrow: "If I only had a br....ooooh! Look at that!!"

it was/is keith richards!

Wasn't Sammy Hagar missing a brain a few days ago?

Send it to... ? Sheesh; don't we have enough brain-dead politicians there already. Though they do somehow manage to supprt huge egos with that necrotic tissue. Must be zombies (which certainly explains "my" Rep and Senators).

the first organ to really deteriorate and to basically go to liquid is the brain because of its high fat content

pre-Congressional man

This is a job for CSI Heslington.

Edgar?

*snork * @ sandy. Yea. They didn't have any of the othrer soft tissue.

" Yellowish, Crinkly Shrunken Brain " would be a good name for a... No wait... Maybe it wouldn't.

Isn't that black "stuff" mold?

Eeww, it is Pat Buchanan's...


(I prefer grape preserves, and mold-free at that.)

Didn't know Helen Thomas HAD a brain.

Sorry. That was mine the morning after I drank that Icelandic vodka.
I knew I left it somewhere.

This is nothing new.

The pictures in the link are from one of my favorite books, written by (appropriately) P.V. Glob.

Abby Normal?

But to answer sandy's question:

Peri-mortem fractures on the second neck vertebrae are consistent with a traumatic spondylolisthesis and a cluster of about nine horizontal fine cut-marks made by a thin-bladed instrument, such as a knife, are visible on the frontal aspect of the centrum.

thanks markhh -

i was thinking maybe he was from the congo

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