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Desc:Japanese madman electrocutes his face to techno music.
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:Face, techno, Japan, electricity, turnabout is fair play
Submitted:ztc
Date:10/25/08
Views:1607
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Comment count is 14
Pillager - 2008-10-25
What makes someone wake up on morning & then decide to attach electrodes to his face?

I give Japan points for originality.


yoyo1 - 2008-10-25
Sushi

major-_-turnon - 2008-10-25
We have become machines. Welcome to the beginning of the end.
simon666 - 2008-10-25
I'm not sure I have a reason to believe this. All I see are things hanging from his face by tape. The fact that there is some kind of musical choreography makes the legitimacy seem less likely.

ztc - 2008-10-25
He's Japanese, that's reason enough for me to believe it.

ztc - 2008-10-25
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=dhRJqZ33_3I&feature=related

Ah, he could be playing the music by moving his face.

Killer Joe - 2008-10-25
Some one WILL die trying this.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-10-25
THROW YOUR LIFE AWAY IN THE NAME OF ART!

yoyo1 - 2008-10-25
The next logical step is "electrodes to penis", right?
meamlegion - 2008-10-25
Genius!
kennydra - 2008-10-25
This is how we will all dance in the future.
baleen - 2008-10-25

That's gotta feel so friggin weird.
MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2008-10-25
... Gary's Mod?
rroach - 2008-10-26
Guh. I just had visions of robots powered by music. Freaking techno music.
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