|Foolish Motorcycle Accident - 2009-02-14 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-14 |
I can easily imagine the cast of a crime drama watching this video with grim faces, and one of them eventually saying "The signs were all there, it's just that nobody wanted to see them."
|Hooker - 2009-02-14 |
Well, that made no sense to me.
|kamlem - 2009-02-14 |
Is that why mobsters always buy casinos!
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-02-14 |
Stephen Colbert 1.0
|Merzbau - 2009-02-14 |
MY GOD, THEY TOOK HIS STETHOSCOPE!
|Prickly Pete - 2009-02-17 |
Give the guy on the right a movie deal.
|Xiphias - 2009-02-17 |
|kingofthenothing - 2009-05-08 |
This isn't too far from some other, older memory training systems. They had a different peg system for cards and they were seemingly innocent enough, like cream for queen of clubs, date for ace of diamonds, whatever, but the violence came in when the card came into play. You'd use the mental image of burning whatever the peg object was for that card. As you played other games, you'd slash the card images, freeze them, and many other violent things, and they had to be different so you wouldn't get stuck on the associations from the previous games. After 3 or 4 games you've got a mental picture massacre.
|oogaBooga - 2009-11-14 |
Needs a contextless version - most of it already fits the bill.
|Wombles - 2009-11-22 |
Poker world championships here I come
|Squeamish - 2011-12-06 |
"I have a very good reason for doing this: It affects your memory."
I'm sure it is. I'm sure the faces of each of your victims are burned into your dreams, you freaky bastard.
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