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May 27, 2015


Synthetic Cadavers Offer An Equally Creepy Alternative To The Real Thing

(Thanks to Rich Steurer)


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Send them to Washington.

They look like they belong in a haunted house, not on a training table.

I saw them warming up for WAR back in '76. Helluva show.

" Ain't nothing like the real thing, baby. "

Wasn't there a book where this line appeared:

Synthetic cadavers...are made from real people!

Hasn't Madame Tussauds been doing this for years ?

I had a classmate who had an MBA project on opening a CAT scan facility in California. One of the holdups was the lack of cadavers for testing in California, while New Jersey had an excess. In the e-mail exchange:

Prof: Why does NJ have a surplus and CA a shortage?

Me (inserting into the stream): NJ won the coin toss and took cadavers and toxic waste. CA had to take all the lawyers

Prof: Let me rephrase, ___, why does NJ...

Classmate: I like (NMUA)'s answer more than the one that involves organized crime.

Bwah ha ha ha ha ha, NMUA!

Reminds me of a girl I once dated in high school.

I hereby donate my future cadaver for the sum of $35,000, payable now. I have tried every substance and lifestyle except for golf and hard drugs. No credit cards accepted. Only cash that has been properly laundered. You are welcome!

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