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(KING 5 News)   Man discovers his homemade guillotine really works   (king5.com) divider line 98
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2011-10-27 08:42:06 PM
Sharp idea.
 
2011-10-27 08:56:25 PM
why would someone build a home made guillotine in the fir....oh, right. Occupy Oakland.
 
2011-10-27 08:58:02 PM
He'll never be the head a major corporation...

/elbow in the ribs
 
2011-10-27 09:11:13 PM
That right there is personal product endorsement.
 
2011-10-27 09:22:17 PM
Awesome, I love a well thought out plan!

Give this man a hand!!!
/maybe an arm too
 
2011-10-27 09:38:38 PM
Man, I would give my right arm to be able to do that.
 
2011-10-27 09:42:43 PM
Reminds me of the old magic gimmick with the guillotine that'll cut through a carrot but pass through your fingers unharmed.
 
2011-10-27 09:49:00 PM
The police found themselves unable to disarm the man-- so they had to shoot him.
 
2011-10-27 09:50:58 PM
"Victim went on to say that he'd give his right arm not to have made this mistake."
 
2011-10-27 09:52:00 PM
Poor people shouldn't be able to afford such luxuries as homemade guillotines... that's right up there with refrigerators.
 
2011-10-27 10:09:22 PM
It's just a flesh wound!
 
2011-10-27 10:11:54 PM
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-10-27 11:02:07 PM
Armando?
 
2011-10-27 11:11:05 PM
He must really hate the second Amendment.
 
2011-10-27 11:19:19 PM
"His arm was also transported so that doctors could attempt to reattach it."

Really? I figured the cops just hid it somewhere.
 
2011-10-27 11:20:37 PM
Good thing he was living near the clinic
 
2011-10-27 11:25:18 PM

Uncle Wiggly: "His arm was also transported so that doctors could attempt to reattach it."

Really? I figured the cops just hid it somewhere.



Great for cadaver dog training.
 
2011-10-27 11:42:52 PM
Don't be afraid of the OWS protesters, they're armless.
 
2011-10-27 11:50:42 PM
static2.dmcdn.net

Who's first?
 
2011-10-28 12:09:48 AM

Dead for Tax Reasons: Good thing he was living near the clinic


It was just off the shoulder.
 
2011-10-28 12:30:45 AM
Here in Bellingham, our homeless are hardcore. Rather than lay around begging for change, they actually DO SOMETHING.

/it's a very proud moment for this town.
 
2011-10-28 02:51:45 AM
Now he answers to Lefty...
 
2011-10-28 02:51:51 AM
Paging Dr. Kimble, white curtsey phone
 
2011-10-28 02:53:10 AM
According to officers, the man severed his right arm while living in an outdoor camp near the clinic.

Those outdoor camps are hazards. What if it had been a kid? I can guarantee you it wouldn't have been just an arm!

We must ban outdoor camps.
 
2011-10-28 02:53:40 AM

NYCNative: Now he answers to Lefty...


damn leftists...
 
2011-10-28 02:56:59 AM
Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?
 
2011-10-28 02:58:02 AM
Now he'll have to teach himself how to masturbate with the other arm. Poor guy.
 
2011-10-28 02:58:25 AM
What happened?

I need it in pics
 
2011-10-28 03:03:22 AM
"We're immortal... We can do anything. "
"Oh yeah? Clap!"


/At least he didn't lose his head over this.
//Tried to keep it together.
 
2011-10-28 03:03:46 AM

DarkSoulNoHope: Now he'll have to teach himself how to masturbate with the other arm. Poor guy.


"The stranger" will be a stranger no more
 
2011-10-28 03:06:52 AM

AlwaysRightBoy: Awesome, I love a well thought out plan!

Give this man a hand!!!
/maybe an arm too



Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na...

tvmedia.ign.com
 
2011-10-28 03:08:17 AM
On a positive note: Halloween costume scratched off the to-do list.
 
2011-10-28 03:18:06 AM
If I was a reporter, at that station, I think I would interview the guy. It seems to me that's where the story is.
 
2011-10-28 03:19:53 AM
Taken to Harborview Medical Center, I noticed. Well, if any hospital has experience with bizarre violent wounds, it would be them. Every week or so, Seattle newspapers run stories about somebody being stabbed or shot downtown, usually around Pike and Pine, which invariably include the information that the victim was transported to Harborview. I've never actually been to the place but always picture it as one giant trauma ward. Still, a guillotined arm has to be new even for them.

/guess he figured it wouldn't do 'im any 'arm
//got nothing
 
2011-10-28 03:23:46 AM
Ya gotta hand it to him. His arm that is
 
2011-10-28 03:25:40 AM
I'd like to think this guy will end up being all right but the story suggests otherwise.
 
2011-10-28 03:30:00 AM
This week on Mythbusters, homemade guillotines!

Bonus: Seriously, this week on Mythbusters, homemade guillotines.
 
2011-10-28 03:30:24 AM
Hey Lefty, next time think about bringing that arm with you when you go to the clinic.
 
2011-10-28 03:32:41 AM

jingks: Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?


There is a subset of folks who feel compelled to remove a limb/appendage because they are convinced it is alien, and somehow malevolent towards them. They only go to ER to have their wounds dressed. They will refuse the offer of reattachment surgery. They usually walk into the ER with an air of strangely peaceful contentment, and do not report much pain.
 
2011-10-28 03:36:07 AM

Tsar_Bomba1: AlwaysRightBoy: Awesome, I love a well thought out plan!

Give this man a hand!!!
/maybe an arm too


Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na...

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NICE.
 
2011-10-28 03:52:23 AM
Oh, Washington. That explains it.
 
2011-10-28 03:54:25 AM

Hoopy Frood: This week on Mythbusters, homemade guillotines!

Bonus: Seriously, this week on Mythbusters, homemade guillotines.


PLANS. I want some damn plans. And yes I'll test it on myself: the right way, with my neck.

See, I'm already circumcised and too small to spare any more.
 
2011-10-28 03:54:37 AM

some.old.lady.: jingks: Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?

There is a subset of folks who feel compelled to remove a limb/appendage because they are convinced it is alien, and somehow malevolent towards them. They only go to ER to have their wounds dressed. They will refuse the offer of reattachment surgery. They usually walk into the ER with an air of strangely peaceful contentment, and do not report much pain.


Yeah, I've heard of that. Seems like it's the exact opposite of phantom limb syndrome. The brain is an amazingly funky thing.
 
2011-10-28 03:55:47 AM
He must be a history scholar or something. Most people would just go Ash with a chainsaw, provided they had a similar alien-limb syndrome.

No ta-da?
 
2011-10-28 03:58:19 AM
somebody needed a hand, and he went too far?
 
2011-10-28 04:05:59 AM

some.old.lady.: jingks: Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?

There is a subset of folks who feel compelled to remove a limb/appendage because they are convinced it is alien, and somehow malevolent towards them. They only go to ER to have their wounds dressed. They will refuse the offer of reattachment surgery. They usually walk into the ER with an air of strangely peaceful contentment, and do not report much pain.


Thanks for the info.

nicely written too
 
2011-10-28 04:09:10 AM

platedlizard: some.old.lady.: jingks: Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?

There is a subset of folks who feel compelled to remove a limb/appendage because they are convinced it is alien, and somehow malevolent towards them. They only go to ER to have their wounds dressed. They will refuse the offer of reattachment surgery. They usually walk into the ER with an air of strangely peaceful contentment, and do not report much pain.

Yeah, I've heard of that. Seems like it's the exact opposite of phantom limb syndrome. The brain is an amazingly funky thing.


If you really feel that way, you could always try removing yours.
 
2011-10-28 04:19:34 AM
it is my expert opinion that this was due to perniciei.
 
2011-10-28 04:28:16 AM

some.old.lady.: jingks: Why wouldn't he bring the arm to the clinic?

There is a subset of folks who feel compelled to remove a limb/appendage because they are convinced it is alien, and somehow malevolent towards them. They only go to ER to have their wounds dressed. They will refuse the offer of reattachment surgery. They usually walk into the ER with an air of strangely peaceful contentment, and do not report much pain.


I've been sitting here trying to think of a scenario where this could have been accidental and just can't come up wit a plausible one.
 
2011-10-28 04:33:43 AM
lets see if this thing really works.....hold my beer while i ....(owww) dammit man
 
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