|Xiphias - 2007-12-04 |
also known as Coot Disorder.
|theFlu - 2007-12-04 |
Wernicke's Aphasia aka Hanging out at the Legion
|William Burns - 2007-12-04 |
This is making me thirsty for psilocybin.
wash it down with nitrous oxide
|Adramelech - 2007-12-04 |
|Konversekid - 2007-12-04 |
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2007-12-04 |
Why isn't he still a dentist?
|Camonk - 2007-12-04 |
I could never study aphasics, because they all scare the hell out of me. Also, the way she says, "I don't understand" makes her seem like a bitch. Way to be a bitch, researcher.
|snppls - 2007-12-04 |
|Angel Carver - 2007-12-04 |
I think I like Broca's better. And yes, yes, yes to the Norm MacDonald comparison.
|kingarthur - 2007-12-05 |
Often missed and misdiagnosed in state hospitals.
|Feyd - 2007-12-05 |
|bopeton - 2007-12-05 |
... About a hundred and ....
This seems really frustrating. I feel sorry for this guy.
|Evilhead - 2007-12-05 |
I swear I took Sociology from this guy at El Camino Community College. Except this guy doesn't have an eternally falling comb over and manages to stay somewhat on topic.
|Scynne - 2007-12-05 |
I have learned that if you continually reference your mouth with vague hand gestures, understanding is enjoyed by all parties.
On a side note, only the good researchers end interviews with a condescending 'hmm...okay."
|wtf japan - 2007-12-07 |
The guy seems perfectly lucid to me. He keeps pointing to his mouth because he's trying to explain how he percieves his condition--that is, how it feels to have such difficulty producing words. The thoughts are fine, they just go through a scrambler before they make it out into the open. Hopefully that woman is honestly dense and isn't intentionally making things difficult for him.
|fluffy - 2009-12-18 |
The fire, fire, it comes out of the football, leave around the Earth.
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