Just in time for lunch.
The chest organs, including the heart and lungs, are inspected. Sometimes the pathologist takes blood from the heart to check for bacteria in the blood. For this, he uses a very large hypodermic needle and syringe. He may also find something else that will need to be sent to the microbiology lab to search for infection. Sometimes the pathologist will send blood, urine, bile, or even the fluid of the eye for chemical study and to look for medicine, street drugs, alcohols, and/or poisons.
You can hire this guy to learn how to clean up your filthy potty mouth. I am sure it is reasonably priced:
A typical presentation ranges from 30 minutes to an hour. The cost is $ 1,500 in the greater Chicago area, and $2,500 plus expenses if travel is involved.
$2,500??? Holy Fucking Shit!!
How often is the FBI’s Most Wanted website updated? Not often.
Here is the link to Osama’s page.
We propose that MIT joins us in a pranking/hacking war. As you may have already noticed, we struck first, so now it is MIT’s turn.
They have pictures of the pranks they pulled at MIT this past week. I thought the T-shirt prank was a nice touch but the others were fairly bland. The prank Yale pulled on Harvard last year is still my favorite.
(via Museum of Hoaxes)