the otherwhirled

where nothing is real, and nothing else is sacred.

I begin to understand the president’s condition…

(Lionel Feuillet, Jean Pelletier and Henry Dufour-Universite de la Mediterranee/Handout/Reuters) Yahoo News caption: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans of a 44-year-old man’s brain show a huge fluid-filled chamber called a ventricle taking up most of the room in his skull, leaving little more than a thin sheet of actual brain tissue, in this handout image released by French researchers July 19, 2007. The man with the unusually tiny brain has managed to live an entirely normal life as a married civil servant with two children despite his condition, according to the researchers.


While I didn’t expect them to actually disclose the president’s name as the patient, I thought that “married civil servant with two children” was overly vague, and did they really need to lie about his age?


photo credit: Lionel Feuillet, Jean Pelletier and Henry Dufour-Universite de la Mediterranee/Handout/Reuters


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2007.07.20 - Posted by | humor, public figures, snark

3 Comments »

  1. Well that explains a lot, but “entirely normal life” might be up for debate.

    Comment by Sorghum Crow | 2007.07.20 | Reply

  2. The results of Bush’s latest colonoscopy.

    Comment by Sorghum Crow | 2007.07.20 | Reply

  3. heh. good one!

    Comment by commander other | 2007.07.20 | Reply


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