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02-18-2014, 02:16 PM   #5866
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My uncle was in pre -med with a couple of other wags and a grad instructor whom no one could tolerate for his over-bearing manner. Used to take his lunch and eat while they did a little slicing and dicing of cadavers. One day they substituted cheek slices from one of the subjects for the original sliced pork in said instructors sandwich. That was dark and sadistic, methinks.
That sort of behavior gets you expelled from school around here. The medical school here is very serious about proper respect towards the cadavers.


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My uncle was in pre -med with a couple of other wags and a grad instructor whom no one could tolerate for his over-bearing manner. Used to take his lunch and eat while they did a little slicing and dicing of cadavers. One day they substituted cheek slices from one of the subjects for the original sliced pork in said instructors sandwich. That was dark and sadistic, methinks.
First name, Hannibal ?! Of anyone involved. Yeck ...
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My uncle was in pre -med with a couple of other wags and a grad instructor whom no one could tolerate for his over-bearing manner. Used to take his lunch and eat while they did a little slicing and dicing of cadavers. One day they substituted cheek slices from one of the subjects for the original sliced pork in said instructors sandwich. That was dark and sadistic, methinks.
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First name, Hannibal ?! Of anyone involved. Yeck ...
I'm sure none of the involved would get a K-3!

Now back to my meal...
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QuoteOriginally posted by dansamy Quote
That sort of behavior gets you expelled around here.
I am going to cook my stew.

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I'm sure none of the involved would get a K-3!

Now back to my meal...
Actually, FBI might be interested. I saw it on the Internet so it must be true.

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I am going to cook my stew.

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Actually, FBI might be interested. I saw it on the Internet so it must be true.
Sorry, I edited to make it a bit clearer and less like macabre innuendo. (Which was unintended!)
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Actually, FBI might be interested. I saw it on the Internet so it must be true.
No FBI over here

And I still haven't finished my yoghurt!
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No FBI over here

And I still haven't finished my yoghurt!
No FBI in France either ... and if it's a plain yogurt, add some strawberry or other red jam and spin ... you eat late.

Snowblowers and hiddden tranny fuild cans ... what an idea!

Good night all, should have some interesting dreams tonight ... Allez, bonne nuit ... J
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What about a K-3 vs. a snowblower ... after all it's "WR" ... wadda ya think?
I think they did a Timex vs. Snow cat ad back in the day. The watch was clamped onto the track and then taken for a long drive through the woods.


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Sorry, I edited to make it a bit clearer and less like macabre innuendo. (Which was unintended!)
No apology needed. There actually was a bit of intended innuendo in my post (I.I.). But my stew is made from beef and vegetables.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
No FBI in France either ... and if it's a plain yogurt, add some strawberry or other red jam and spin ... you eat late.

Snowblowers and hiddden tranny fuild cans ... what an idea!

Good night all, should have some interesting dreams tonight ... Allez, bonne nuit ... J
Strawberry yoghurt, so no need And I can't sleep on an empty stomach!

Luckily I rarely remember my dreams!

Good night, and good luck!
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I think I would rather have a Pine cone shoved up my ass TBH.
That could be arranged . . . . . . . . .

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Remember those old Timex ads where they would tie the watch to the drive shaft of an outboard boat motor ... VROOOM and it would be working afterwards. "Timex, it takes a lickin', but keeps on tickin' !" or something like that. What about a K-3 vs. a snowblower ... after all it's "WR" ... wadda ya think?

Classic Timex Motorboat Commercial - YouTube
Reminds me of the following video. The instructor at an Allison transmission school I attended started the class of with it. The instructor, as well as the guy in the video, were so serious that we all took it for real. He used it for fun, and because that is a real Allison transmission diagram on the wall.


Some guys that were in the class are still convinced it is real.

And they would probably want a K3 too.
02-18-2014, 03:37 PM   #5877
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No FBI in France either
No need for the FBI; the NSA has all the phones in France tapped. Probably technology from hociR. La belle France is doomed.
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Reminds me of the following video.
That actor deserves an award of some sort for being able to get through that without cracking a smile.
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That actor deserves an award of some sort for being able to get through that without cracking a smile.
I know, he is very good. Looks a bit like Leslie Nielsen.
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I think they did a Timex vs. Snow cat ad back in the day. The watch was clamped onto the track and then taken for a long drive through the woods.


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That was my watch!
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