No Time To Explain: I thought there was drugs that counteract how stimulants worked, thereby making a "meh, I'm over this" effect in the brain's pleasure centre/unless I'm mistaken//also, this is new for China? I thought this was how they made everybody///I keed, I keed
Wolf892: Think so? I'm no expert, but I'd hope that a fully developed adult brain would be able to learn these tasks a lot quicker than an underdeveloped brain of a child. Not sure though, but it is a good point to consider...
vodka: MisterLoki: Protip: China sucks.Throughout recorded history China has many times been on the cutting edge of technology. In fact they often have had the most advanced technology in the world. However, so far they seem to fail at taking advantage of it due to the stupidity of their government.
Nothing To See Here: Over here we call it Hip Hop music.
super_grass: Honestly, I don't see an issue with this as long as it's applied consistently.Rapists and child molesters are sick in the head, and now we have medical procedures to take care of the fact. Hell, we should do the same for violent criminals and sociopaths.There are sick animals in this world, if we don't feel like putting them down we might as well neuter them mentally.
No Time To Explain: I thought there was drugs that counteract how stimulants worked, thereby making a "meh, I'm over this" effect in the brain's pleasure centre
miniflea: I've read that the lack of competing states that are both close in proximity and roughly equal in size and strength have allowed powerful Chinese governments the dubious luxury of abandoning technological advances when it suited them.
Ivo Shandor: [i.imgur.com image 850x201]
sallys: I'd rather have a free bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.
blue_2501: Yeah, you mean like this thing does to nicotine addiction.
Wolf892: I remember an episode of House where some guy had some mental thing going on. Long and short, he volunteered to have a jolt of electricity run through his brain that would wipe all of his memories... I can't find out if such a thing is possible anywhere...but wouldn't that be wonderful? Destroy the sense of longing in the brain, and wipe the memory completely. You could in essance start a brand new life and leave all baggage behind. I'd love to do that. It sure would beat suicide.
teto85: They used to make them organ donors. So this is a bit of an improvement.
Krumet: They make them work at Foxconn?
Valiente: Krumet: They make them work at Foxconn?Came for this. Enjoy your iLife; the people who assembled it won't.
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