A movie about the folklore sounds much cooler than a movie about the meme. We’ve had plenty of “teenagers dying because of something on the internet” movies. And I could have sword Emma Roberts already starred in a movie about strangers on the internet giving you dangerous challenges.
Also, what happened with Lorena Bobbitt is likely more complicated than what they think.
I’m currently in London now and I keep hoping to see a big blue police box and a bunch of people yelling at me to run.
if he were 93, he’d ask “to fuck Daniel Craig,” adding, “presumably just..... very slowly.”
From what I understand, she was physically and mentally abused long before she mutilated her husband. She did that as a lashing out and frankly, I’m okay with that. If society has trouble with accepting abuse accusations now, they had to be unbearable conditions for accusers 30 years ago.
I was a child when it happened and it was always my understanding that he fully deserved it. Lorena Bobbitt is my hero.
I feel like we’re one step away from a tp commercial that is just
You don’t need to take Iodine to go to Chernobyl. The I-131 that was released decayed long ago, 8 day half life.
The answers are pretty much correct, but there is one correction. The problem is not that the radiation is contagious by itself. The problem is the radioactive dust. A person may inhale the radioactive dust and thus become “radioactive”. Later that person can sneeze, cough or spit the radioactive dust and someone else…
I'm not a doctor, but I would think that those precautions were to protect her from infection while her immune system was depleted, not to protect other people from her.
I could be wrong, but I thought that thyroid cancer can be treated with radioactive iodine in a pill or liquid form, so in that case the radiation isn’t topical (for lack of a better word) in a way that can be washed off.
I’m gonna butcher this and would welcome a more elegant answer, but...
I know nothing about the case of radiation sickness, but for thyroid you are actually taking a pill that is radioactive iodine. Your thyroid processes it but for a time it is also in high concentration in your sweat, spit, and it does cause you to emit radiation for a length of time. Perhaps it is something to do with…
The article (and my experiences around chemo and radiation patients) implies that it’s more for the patient’s protection because radiation and chemo will compromise their immune system.
I don’t know about the thyroid cancer treatment aspect, but for someone who’s been externally exposed to radiation (like the Chernobyl firemen), if they’ve been stripped of their clothes and scrubbed down, they can’t spread radiation to other people (or if they do it’s a tiny amount). The plastic sheeting, etc., is to…
There are a number of people who live inside the Zone. Insanity.
My cousin went there and there are plenty of places that are perfectly safe from radiation. You have to be careful of the places that aren’t, and sometimes they can be right next to the safe places.
For a second I thought that you were recommending the cafe rather than the documentary about it.
When he was on SNL not too long ago, neither I nor my husband had ever really been acquainted with his style previously. During both appearances, he just kept on bringing out more and more guest stars, and we were both just baffled. So, this guy is just a hype man for other people, but somehow gets his own SNL…
DJ Khaled is a joke. All he does is sample a hit song, then barely remixes it and has an top artist sing over the beat while he yells “we da best.” I’m glad Tyler the Creator, a guy who wrote and produced his entire album on his own, and didn’t have a major label backing him with a huge PR push, beat this no talent…