Post by BDK Post by KWills Shill #3 Post by BDK Post by KWills Shill #3 Post by BDK Post by BDK Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
I don?t think I?m going to sit up nights worrying about what Alex Jones says.
He's right up there with Lookey as far as predicting anything.
Yeah, but unlike Lookey, he?s made it into a big business.
He's made dozens of dollars..
I don't have access to Jones' financial statements, but I'd guess
he's made at least $147.12 since he started :)
I meant Lookey when he's bummed money on his website and on usenet.
Luke's managed to make dozens of dollars? I'm actually impressed.
Post by BDK
watching "Dr. Pimple Popper" right now, and I don't know why, but I keep
expecting to see Lookey appear with some horrible cyst that needs a
I watch those and cringe. But I can't stop watching.
It's kind of like a car wreck. You know you shouldn't slow down
just to look, but you can't stop yourself. Or is that just me?
As kind of a medical horror fan, I am mesmerized by the stuff that comes
out of her patients. My sister can't handle any of it, and turned it off
after the "Oatmeal" came out of that guy's bump above his left knee a
week or so ago. Wuss. She and her husband walked out of "Alien" back in
'79, so it's not expected.
I can watch an autopsy, and have done so a few times, without a
hint of any "icky" factor. In fact, I found it interesting to see, up
close and personal, the various organs and where they are in relation
to other organs. Sure, I already knew the placement from test books
and such, but actually seeing them is different.
I have no idea why I cringe at seeing pimples, boils, cyst, etc.
lanced and popped. One would think it wouldn't bother me at all. But
they do. Still, I am unable to pull myself away.
I haven't seen the "oatmeal" video you reference as yet. But I am
confident that while thinking, "Ew!" I would continue watching to the
Post by BDK
I was angry that my doctor didn't take any pics of my colon when I had
my colonoscopy. Pics inside of me? Oh yeah.
Did they offer you video? My dad has had a few over the decades
and they gave him a copy of the video from his last one.
I never would have thought I'd get to see my dad's colon. But
I've seen it on video. It's actually fascinating.
I'm going to request a video when I get one. And as I grow older,
I am sure I'll get at least one before I die.
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