|chairsforcheap - 2013-01-27 |
Oh so i watched this. I think i am going to scream in terror while vomiting into the toilet while sobbing see you guys in a couple
Rodents of Unusual Size
Yeah, I'm sorry. I wasn't sure if I should even submit this one. It's pretty bad. Even for POE.
no need to apologize... it was somehow cathartic...
Do your brain-worms grow, do they wriggle to-and-fro? Can you tie 'em in a knot? Can you tie 'em in a bow? Do they regard brains of your toddler as a hunk of cannon fodder? Do your brain - worms - grow?
Sometimes you can only lighten up a situation with an old timey classic
|chumbucket - 2013-01-27 |
What a lovely planet we live on.
|Old_Zircon - 2013-01-27 |
I like spaghetti.
|pressed peanut sweepings - 2013-01-27 |
I feel lucky.
|Mancakes - 2013-01-27 |
Never stop thanking your blood brain barrier for not being a fuckup.
|Squeamish - 2013-01-27 |
No. No. NO. No. No? No. NO. No.
|Kabbage - 2013-01-27 |
|The Mothership - 2013-01-27 |
|Old People - 2013-01-27 |
God is love!
5 for the larval roar at 2:30.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-01-27 |
Baylisascaris procyonis is spread by fecal oral transmission, so please please please keep your children away from exposure to animal feces, especially raccoon feces. Raccoon feces is full of all kinds of pathogens, and since they will defecate in one spot exclusively (like a raccoon toilet) it piles up really quickly. When I was studying parasitology, I heard about a case of baylisascaris at a preschool, where children were playing in soil under the roof of the school. When it rained raccoon feces had washed onto the playground, carrying the baylisascaris eggs with it. And, of course little kids get in dirt, so its hard to protect from that. Also, their immune systems are underdeveloped, so that adds to the risk.
Thankfully, it's rare (as they said), but most parasitic larval infections are pretty dangerous (IE: cysticercosis). The adult forms of the parasites may be fine in a human, but the larval forms sometimes migrate through tissue and cause a lot of extra damage.
|delicatessen - 2013-01-27 |
Induces Three Stooges floor running in birds
|memedumpster - 2013-01-27 |
Cozakos has just received a sample of Garret's blood. He adds an enzyme to the blood syrum. The blood screams in primal rage and attacks, knocking him to the ground. The blood tears off the faces of his assistants as it flees into the rest of the building to hide and plot the downfall of humanity, but the Richardsons will not receive the results for a few agonizing days.
|Riskbreaker - 2013-01-27 |
Nature is a wild beast, always ready to kill us.
|TheQuakeSoldier - 2013-01-29 |
If anything, this convinces me that God created the heavens, the earth, and all of their intricate processes solely on behalf of brain parasites.
|muffinbutt - 2013-02-02 |
I found the transcript of the show. The kid lives, but with severe brain damage. Has to learn how to crawl again, doesn't succeed for a few years.
They decide to track down where he picked the parasite up by trapping a raccoon and obtaining a fecal sample. They do so by holding the raccoon down while shoving a finger up it's ass, then smearing that finger on a slide.
I love the section of the transcript about the Vietnam vet with the golden ooze coming out of his legs:
00:14:38 Narrator: Tim's leaking legs are truly disturbing.
00:14:43 But could this be the start of something far more sinister?
00:14:49 What really scared me the most was none of us knew where the liquid was coming from or what I was just thinking, "something's got to be done.
00:14:59 " [ Female Announcer ] WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS The phrase good morning takes on a whole new meaning.
00:15:18 Capri sun sunrise is a good source of calcium and vitamin c so every morning'sa good morning.
00:15:25 Capri sun sunrise, I can respect that.
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