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2012-04-04 11:45:57 AM  
Mr. Burns approves.
 
2012-04-04 11:46:13 AM  
She needed fresh partners for her weekly bridge game?
 
2012-04-04 11:48:34 AM  
So this research could turn pro athletes into child-craving pseudo-vampires?
 
2012-04-04 11:48:38 AM  
Because she was stapled to the chicken?
 
2012-04-04 11:49:15 AM  
Dr. Sheehana* is a scientist trying to find an outlet for his strange sense of humor.
 
2012-04-04 11:51:10 AM  
She's re-inventing the Three Stooges?
 
2012-04-04 11:53:50 AM  
t3.gstatic.com

Elizabeth Bathory says, "Only three?"
 
2012-04-04 11:54:44 AM  
Because it's all the rage in suburbia.
 
2012-04-04 11:57:59 AM  

Electrify: Mr. Burns approves.


Done in one.
 
2012-04-04 12:37:55 PM  
Old news. Heinlein was talking about this back in the 60's.

/Creepy old lecher.
 
2012-04-04 12:40:23 PM  
Huh. Who'd have thought?

Actually, that's not a rhetorical question, since the answer is apparently "Robert Heinlein".

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//I assume this is something that's been theorized for some time, rather than that Heinlein is an actual prophet.
 
2012-04-04 12:43:58 PM  
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2012-04-04 01:20:23 PM  
Because she needed an Armenian, an Indonesian, and a Chilean to round out her Benetton ad?
 
2012-04-04 01:34:36 PM  
Spare parts?
 
2012-04-04 01:37:26 PM  

Jim_Callahan: Huh. Who'd have thought?

Actually, that's not a rhetorical question, since the answer is apparently "Robert Heinlein".

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//I assume this is something that's been theorized for some time, rather than that Heinlein is an actual prophet.


Came here to post what you just said. Glad I'm not the only one who thought Heinlein when I saw this.
 
2012-04-04 01:45:33 PM  
Because she's a lh5.googleusercontent.com?
 
2012-04-04 02:13:17 PM  
That's absolutely horrible; black market for millions of street children's blood ahoy.
India, china, etc.
 
2012-04-04 02:38:32 PM  
Off-topic csb:

I used to give blood 4 times a year, but my doctor put a stop to that. Apparently the technicians were so bad at drawing blood they've caused severe damage to my elbow from scar tissue forming multiple times. I've tried to get taken off their call list multiple times. I listen to them guilt trip me, tell them what my doctor told me followed by their denial that could even happen, and then they just say "Oh, well we will give you a few months to think about it." to rinse and repeat in three months. Farking idiots. And now if I ever go into a walk-in clinic they take one look at my arm and ask if I've done any intravenous drugs. When I say no, they give me a wary look and talk about confidentiality. It is annoying and amusing at the same time.
 
2012-04-04 03:29:32 PM  

hailin: Off-topic csb:

I used to give blood 4 times a year, but my doctor put a stop to that. Apparently the technicians were so bad at drawing blood they've caused severe damage to my elbow from scar tissue forming multiple times. I've tried to get taken off their call list multiple times. I listen to them guilt trip me, tell them what my doctor told me followed by their denial that could even happen, and then they just say "Oh, well we will give you a few months to think about it." to rinse and repeat in three months. Farking idiots. And now if I ever go into a walk-in clinic they take one look at my arm and ask if I've done any intravenous drugs. When I say no, they give me a wary look and talk about confidentiality. It is annoying and amusing at the same time.


www.jonathanrosenbaum.com
 
2012-04-04 06:52:46 PM  
Where the fark did all the baseless assertions come from in the last paragraph?
 
2012-04-04 08:13:21 PM  
So she's

cgraves67: So this research could turn pro athletes into child-craving pseudo-vampires?


You mean like Walt Disney?

/obscure?
 
2012-04-04 11:08:55 PM  
 
2012-04-05 12:02:48 AM  

Counter_Intelligent: Where the fark did all the baseless assertions come from in the last paragraph?


Yeah, it suddenly went 'double rainbow' there at the end.
 
2012-04-05 03:55:14 PM  
At least one of the papers he links to (the one he labeled "reduces recovery time") doesn't say what the author claims it does.


JimBob1015: Dr. Sheehana* is a scientist trying to find an outlet for his strange sense of humor.


Yeah, I noticed that, too. Thing is, the writer may think that writing about this speculatively is all in good fun, but in some places people may take inspiration from it (whether or not there's any actual proven overall benefit in humans) making this article horribly irresponsible.

catonacid: That's absolutely horrible; black market for millions of street children's blood ahoy.
India, china, etc.


This.

Counter_Intelligent: Where the fark did all the baseless assertions come from in the last paragraph?


And this.
 
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