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Old 2011-08-11, 10:18   Link #5341
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Yes, normal people wouldn't immediately think of having sex with a corpse upon finding one.

My question is this, she said she was walking with a friend when she became light headed and fainted. Where did the friend go? Why didn't this friend shoo the pervert away?
It was a set-up. That's prolly why.
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Old 2011-08-11, 11:44   Link #5342
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http://news.yahoo.com/zealand-school...080229621.html

I think the skeleton in my high school was actually real too. My teacher said he was probably from India. Kinda morbid...and a bit sad. I'm all for people donating their bodies for science after the deaths, but only by their decision. A century ago in dirt-poor India or China, you didn't always have the assurance of visiting your dead relatives in the cemetery or keeping their ashes.
how did the teacher knew it was real?
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Old 2011-08-11, 12:29   Link #5343
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How did they never tell it was real before? Plastic and human bone are pretty distinctly different substances. Sadly my school didn't have the pleasure of a real skeleton, though we did get a new biology and a&p teacher one year who tried to get a cadaver.
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Old 2011-08-11, 12:41   Link #5344
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There was a period in the 90s?? when real skeletons were much cheaper than plastic/ceramic models. People (India a prime source) could earn money for their family by donating their body to science. Since cremation is the normal route anyway, it isn't a big leap (somewhat like the custom of "sky burial" aka feeding the birds).
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Old 2011-08-11, 13:07   Link #5345
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How did they never tell it was real before? Plastic and human bone are pretty distinctly different substances. Sadly my school didn't have the pleasure of a real skeleton, though we did get a new biology and a&p teacher one year who tried to get a cadaver.
I could imagine even a real skelleton's bones are covered with paint or something like that to better conserve it.
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Old 2011-08-11, 13:20   Link #5346
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i remember in high school biology almost everyone in class shook hands with skeleton in the closet.

It was probably fake but never actually figure out.
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Old 2011-08-11, 13:30   Link #5347
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I could imagine even a real skelleton's bones are covered with paint or something like that to better conserve it.
No, paint is never used and is a really terrible idea for preserving a skeleton. There are special preservation methods for skeletons. And even preserved skeletons still look and feel like bone. Of course it's also likely everyone from a certain point on just assumed it was plastic and never thought much of it until they actually took a closer look. Most people aren't comfortable with the thought of a real skeleton.
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Old 2011-08-11, 13:34   Link #5348
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No, paint is never used and is a really terrible idea for preserving a skeleton. There are special preservation methods for skeletons. And even preserved skeletons still look and feel like bone. Of course it's also likely everyone from a certain point on just assumed it was plastic and never thought much of it until they actually took a closer look. Most people aren't comfortable with the thought of a real skeleton.
I see, well I wouldn't be too comfortable with the thought either.
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Old 2011-08-11, 18:48   Link #5349
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i remember in high school biology almost everyone in class shook hands with skeleton in the closet.

It was probably fake but never actually figure out.
Talk about skeletons in the closet, maybe one of your teachers is from the NSA black ops and has run out of space to keep those skeletons......
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Old 2011-08-11, 21:09   Link #5350
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It was a set-up. That's prolly why.
"The dead b!tch set me up!"
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Old 2011-08-11, 22:29   Link #5351
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Old 2011-08-11, 23:53   Link #5352
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Old 2011-08-11, 23:55   Link #5353
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I'm not sure there's any rational analysis for that one..... o.O Just another "too drunk to breathe" idiot.
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Old 2011-08-12, 00:47   Link #5354
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Hopefully he was just damm drunk and was unaware when he was doing that. Hopefully.......please.
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Old 2011-08-12, 06:26   Link #5355
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I'm not sure there's any rational analysis for that one..... o.O Just another "too drunk to breathe" idiot.
Not sure if ''too drunk to breathe'' is a better scenario than ''too idiot to know what's he doing'' .
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Old 2011-08-12, 07:24   Link #5356
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Either way........why the hell would one drink 8 alcoholic beverages on a plane. I think they'll ban those drinks from their flights from here on out.
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Old 2011-08-12, 07:58   Link #5357
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Sesame Street pair Bert and Ernie 'will not marry'

I have watched Sesame Street since i was a kid and not once have i thought they were gay. Even today, i still don't get the whole Bert and Ernie relationship thing by some viewers.
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Old 2011-08-12, 08:04   Link #5358
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Sesame Street pair Bert and Ernie 'will not marry'

I have watched Sesame Street since i was a kid and not once have i thought they were gay. Even today, i still don't get the whole Bert and Ernie relationship thing by some viewers.
I can't believe this. People actually thought they were gay? Seriously?
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Old 2011-08-12, 08:16   Link #5359
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To me it seemed more like it was a rip on 'the odd couple' then them being gay, so yeah I didn't really see it either.
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Iran offers to send Basij peacekeepers to Britain
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Iran is ready to send paramilitary volunteers to Britain to help "establish security and stability" in the wake of widespread rioting, Iranian media reported on Friday.

A wave of riots and looting engulfed many British cities in recent days, leaving at least five people dead.

Basij Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naghdi said, "We are ready to send Basij detachments as a peacekeeping force to London, Liverpool, Birmingham and other cities to help restore order and stability in Britain."
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