johnnieconnie: Johnson: The Mütter Museum has one of these on display.That museum is absolutely fascinating. I had a chance to visit a few years ago and is worth your time. It was practically standing room only, so plan your visit accordingly.
johnnieconnie: If memory serves, there was an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent about a woman with a calcified fetus. And she was pretty creepy, and there was murder involved./got nothin' else
PluckYew: cgraves67: anthonix: FTA: "In December, a nearly identical case was announced in Colombia. That woman opted to have surgery; the Brazilian says she does not want the fetus removed."EEEEEWWW!!!The weird part to me is that she is so attached to it (or vice versa) that she doesn't want it removed.I agreed with your thinking initially but then thought that an 84 year old person probably doesn't want ANY surgery.In any event, it's creepy as hell.
tylerdurden217: uber humper: tylerdurden217: 44 is gen x??y?Post baby boom to 1984 seems too wide of a definition IMHO. If you were born in 1969 and grew up listening to Billy Idol, I propose Generation Aquanet.
tylerdurden217: uber humper: tylerdurden217: 44 is gen x??y?Post baby boom to 1984 seems too wide of a definition IMHO. If you were born in 1969 and grew up listening to Billy Idol, I propose Generation Aquanet
bikerbob59: 44 is a Gen-X???????
Johnson: The Mütter Museum has one of these on display. It is also the main image on their Facebook page (sfw I guess?)it looks really cool until you find out what it is...
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