A ritual practiced in India where babies are dropped from the roof of a building. Warning may be shocking for some.
Hindus magicians are masters of deception. Levitation, nail beds, sword swallowing, kissing cobras’ heads, skin piercing, and many other tricks. Some of their deceptions include calculate risks. Those who practice this ritual know that babies INSTINCTIVELY would contract their bodies when free falling. Their bodies will tense; their head and limbs will stay as close as possible to their bodies. Once falling stops arms and legs will extend as if reaching for a branch or hand. Some babies may cry not from the fall but because of their handling by strangers. Still there’s a real risk of injury.
There’s always been a lottery,” he added petulantly. “Bad enough to see young Joe Summers up there joking with everybody.”
“Some places have already quit lotteries.” Mrs. Adams said.
“Nothing but trouble in that,” Old Man Warner said stoutly. “Pack of young fools.”
I’m about halfway through season 2 of Twin Peaks and Laura Palmer’s murder has been solved (i guess). Is there any reason to finish watching the rest of the season?
Sorry guys. I know some of you encouraged me to stick it out through the end but it just became too painfully boring to watch. I did try. Honest!