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wu_konguk

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« : 01-14-2002 09:44 »

Would you go into a mosh pit with Bender as Fry and Leela did in Hell is other robots.'cause I got back form an AFI concert on saturday and even though humans are softer than robots I still came out with bruises all over. So I'm thinking Bender it the pit equals death.  :cry:
Zed 85

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« #1 : 01-14-2002 10:39 »

Well, forget Bender, if you went in with anyone like Leela you'd end up even worse.  ;)
Just Chris

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« #2 : 01-14-2002 12:15 »

Or any of those Amazon women. :erm:
wu_konguk

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« #3 : 01-14-2002 14:10 »

Crushed pelveses anyone.
Sarge

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« #4 : 01-14-2002 14:35 »

One scary word..... YATTA!
wu_konguk

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« #5 : 01-14-2002 14:38 »

Alrighty then.
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« #6 : 01-14-2002 18:55 »

 
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Originally posted by wu_konguk:
Crushed pelveses anyone.

But what a way to go.   :love:
morris!

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« #7 : 01-14-2002 19:09 »

 
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Originally posted by Sarge:
One scary word..... YATTA!

roflmao   :laff:
wu_konguk

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« #8 : 01-15-2002 07:06 »

I was wondering how would a person die froma crushed pelvis I mean the only thing destroyed is well you know  :puke: but it's not like you need those to live (debatible yes). Well I'm a physics student not a biology student (cause it ain't a real science) so I do not know.  :confused:
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« #9 : 01-15-2002 14:57 »

theres at least one, maybe two major arteries that run down to the legs through the pelvis and if crushed would cause massive internal bleeding
Kryten

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« #10 : 01-15-2002 22:43 »

 
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Originally posted by wu_konguk:
I was wondering how would a person die froma crushed pelvis I mean the only thing destroyed is well you know   :puke: but it's not like you need those to live (debatible yes). Well I'm a physics student not a biology student (cause it ain't a real science) so I do not know.   :confused:


Well, yeah, you COULD live... you'd just WISH you were dead.   :puke:
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« #11 : 01-15-2002 23:14 »

Marge-"Who wants strawberry ice cream?!"
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« #12 : 01-16-2002 00:22 »

So now I arrive to lend my medical expertise, or some such.
The crushed pelvises would mean death. I mean, besides arteries that could get  damaged..... bones don't break by crumbing into powder. Those women probably rode them till there were splinters of bone sticking out of the skin all over the place. Infections, anyone?
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« #13 : 01-16-2002 00:29 »

Smithers-"His ass is gonna blow!"
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« #14 : 01-16-2002 00:51 »

Yarr . . . that'll replace the whale in my nightmares . . .
meisterPOOP

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« #15 : 01-16-2002 01:02 »

Mind Says-------Stop Arguing You Two
FingerTips Say--Where is the Montreal Medical Centre
wu_konguk

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« #16 : 01-16-2002 03:25 »

Thank you for sheding light on my minimal knowledge of biology. And thanks for the graphic description   :puke:
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« #17 : 01-21-2002 21:45 »

I consider it my solemn duty to pretend I know what i'm talking about in matters of Biology  :D
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« #18 : 01-22-2002 16:10 »

LOL
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