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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Strange, But Interesting

(If you must have politics, please scroll down)

Please read the story before watching the video below (with a hat tip to FJ):


  1. I did read the story first for background as requested and found it to be interesting indeed.

    The video though, to be honest, was rather creepy.

  2. Christopher,
    Yeah, it's creepy. Maybe I should have saved the video until Halloween.

  3. It does make you question what it might be "like" to be a conjoined twin, though, and unwillingly share an intimate life with another person.

  4. Some years ago, I did a lot of research on the original conjoined twins Eng and Chang. After they left show biz, they bought a plantation (Yes, they had slaves), married, and commenced reproducing.

    The area about Mount Airy, NC (Andy Griffith's home town and upon which Mayberry was based) is well populated with the descendants of the original Siamese twins.

    Apparently, Eng and Chang could never have been surgically separated because they shared a liver. When one died, the other did also, of course.

    What must their life have been like? Never alone!

  5. Funny, that's what they say about me ... strange but interesting.

  6. It has to be a difficult life.

    A very dark video, interesting, though. Profound and deep.

  7. Wow, that was really uplifting. Especially the scissors part, I really liked the scissors part. Now I want to get my scissors and cut off chunks of skin so I can sew up the holes.

    Wassit? You going through a depression? That was a really ugly post and I thought some of mine were bad. Now I'm feeling outdone. That's very depressing. God, I feel so depressed now.....

  8. Black Sheep,
    Weird stuff like this doesn't depress me. Instead, I realize how lucky I am.

    But, hey, that's just me.


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