Q:You're such a cutie :)
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So we started the Trauma section in my paramedic class, and I got all excited to see horrible gory pictures, right? One of my classmates was a little disturbed by my enthusiasm.
Me: Hey, I love this kind of stuff. Blood and gore is cool!
Him: Yeah, that’s just creepy.
Me: Hell, that’s half the reason I went into emergency medicine in the first place. Blood and gore. Besides, you know, wanting to help people.
Him: That is like the worst reason to go into this.
Him: You’re a serial killer, aren’t you?
Personally, I think that being really resistant to blood and gore would be perfect for emergency work. I’ve seen lots of gory stuff, and it doesn’t bother me at all. Besides, when you really want to make blood and gore a profession, you can either go into the medical field or become a serial killer, and being a serial killer is more of a hobby than an actual job, anyways. Not my hobby. I’m not a serial killer. I don’t need to end up on another watchlist.
found the twelve year old
this is almost as fun as ‘find the vegan’
we are not entertainment clowns. we simply eat healthy. go back to burger king.
i found the vegan
This was completely unnecessary and for that I am thankful
Does anyone remember the website where people made peeps and marshmallow bunnies die in horrible ways? Because that’s what this reminds me of.
That and the dramatic re-enactments my siblings and I did. Peeps always taste better when they’ve been horribly mutilated.
Or, “How You Know You Are In An Abusive Relationship 101”
My mom absolutely refused to let me see this movie and once I actually saw it, i saw why
That’s the most chilling possible comment on this post.
Thomas, who would go on to found 2K Marin with LeBreton, where he directed BioShock 2, remembers the sense of elation when a design fell into place. One night he was working on the area of the game for which he was responsible, Fort Frolic, where an insane artist, Sander Cohen, holds the player captive. “Chris Kline, lead programmer at the time, was there at 2am with me, and would give me a first read on new content. I was trying to show him Cohen’s big final entrance scene, and had been tinkering with it for several days, with the savvy assistance of JP LeBreton.
"That night, though, some minor bug fouled it up. Chris left to go home." Thomas remained at his desk and, after some time, solved the issue. "In the scene Cohen descends - applauding himself. There’s canned cheering and the music swells… but the only people there to observe his work are you, his prisoner, and the dead. Oblivious in my pride I stood to my feet, arms thrown up, and bellowed: ‘IT IS DONE!’ to a completely empty building. As Cohen sat there in his looping poses, admiring his masterpiece, I realised that, in a way, I had become him."