|Frank Rizzo - 2010-08-05 |
"I know it sounds really weird"
|happninmojo - 2010-08-05 |
At 00:21 sec she lets out a guffaw. Maybe shock I suppose, I get a weird Fargo vibe from this...
|Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2010-08-05 |
Fuck. Fucking fuck.
|Meatsack Jones - 2010-08-05 |
Believe it or not, I have seen some of the calmest people after fatal accidents or finding bodies. They disconnect themselves to avoid the shock that is nibbling at the edge of there conscious. Give them some time, and they usually scream out of nowhere, or pass out.
are you a paramedic or a bouncer or what?
I am like this in very bad, panicky, tense situations. I tend to become very professional, calm, and polite, and laugh a lot of tension off. I would probably be someone making a call like this, as horrifying as it sounds.
Your name, coupled with your knowledge of how people react after seeing dead bodies, disturbs me.
Your brain dumps endorphins in moments of extreme fear to give you that slow-motion feeling of detached calm right as you think you're going to die. The survival benefits are obvious for delaying the onset of panic in gruesome or life threatening situations.
Added an endorphins tag.
which apparently won't update
|memedumpster - 2010-08-05 |
Yeeesh, that's grisly.
|Menudo con queso - 2010-08-05 |
Even eerier is how the AP guy's voice sounds like voice generating software. Mecha-reporter!
|garcet71283 - 2010-08-06 |
Won't they be surprised when it turns out to be suicide.
|Rape Van Winkle - 2010-08-06 |
It's not so amazing. I solved it already. Under the shock you can hear, in the first few sentences, that she's overcome with emotion. And very, very high.
Then watch the sheriff's eyes, when he says "a little unexplainable."
The sheriff set this up, to hear the 911 call.
|Koda Maja - 2010-08-06 |
Find the missing head and you could win a free trip to the Caribbean!
|Rudy - 2010-08-06 |
ROBERT CARRADINE NOOOOOOO!
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