Thursday, March 31, 2005


Ok,even if you didn't ask for it, here it is. Sooo...let's play the game. What two things does the man in the picture have in common with the skull in the window? Anyone can enter and I will be the judge. Posted by Hello

posted by joe @ 3/31/2005 09:40:00 PM   2 comments

2 Comments:

At 8:53 AM, Blogger Clay said...

For my first answer, I would like to expand your question just a little to ask: what do the man in the picture, the skull in the window and Joe the author of this question have in common?
Answer: Mind reading. The skull is designed to help guide the phrenologist read minds. The man is waiting to see the phrenologist to have his mind read, and Joe is trying to make phrenologists out of all of us by asking us to read his mind.

For my second answer I will include Brad with the 2 subjects in the photo.
Answer: They have no need for a comb.

 
At 11:13 PM, Anonymous simequinone said...

I think that the whole post is a misrepresentation of the entire disease process. Even though my clinical skills are not completely honed as others here on the blog, i do not believe that i can come up with the diagnosis of ARDS by just looking at the head. I mean, by a still photograph...how can anyone say that these people, i mean this person and this head have any type of respiratory problems whatsoever. I can discern that the plastic model with the crack down the middle is probably the physical representation of the headache the man with his hand on his head is feeling. Why does he have this headache, im not sure. but i do say that he does not have ARDS.

 

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