Hudson Hongo
hudsonhongo
11/8/19
2:48 PM
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I once had a nurse come into an exam room, look at what I was having treated SHOUT “Oh my GOD!” and then ask to take a picture as a warning to her husband.  Definitely one the proudest moments of my life.

11/8/19
2:44 PM
2

The worst kind are the ones who take over successful websites and then begin dictating to them what they can and can’t do to the point that it drives thousands of its visitors away.

11/8/19
2:13 PM
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MIM was the most simultaneously fascinating and horrifying show I’ve ever seen.

11/8/19
1:27 PM
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You know where I keep reading about parasites, especially those in the eyes and brains? Right here. On Gizmodo. In fact, there’s just one yesterday. Read more

11/8/19
12:30 PM
2

Gross and disturbing doesn’t mean something isn’t fascinating. As a nurse I have the same trait, something will be tangibly gross yet I just cannot look away(harvesting skin for a graft though does make my spine shiver, eek).

11/8/19
12:16 PM
3

And the Mutter (sp?) Museum in Philly. Human oddities (I bought my daughter a ‘two-headed’ gingerbread-man cookie cutter there

11/8/19
11:19 AM
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If you are ever in Japan, I _highly_ recommend the Meguro Parasitological Museum. It’s a veritable wonderland of horrifying delights, and (if, like me, you cannot read Japanese) you can look at everything and lie to yourself about whether or not they are human borne parasites.... Assuming you don’t, say, buy the Read more

8/28/19
4:37 PM
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I think mass-extinction by another giant asteroid, or even better yet, a comet, would be one of, if not the coolest ways to die. Read more

6/10/19
5:32 PM
11

My 2 year old used to get constipated a lot, and we had to give her some laxatives which are sleeves of powder your shake up and give her with apple juice. Returning from vacation, i ran out and grab another box at CVS and gave her a packet with her apple juice before getting on the plane. (dumb, i know). Always. Read more

6/10/19
5:09 PM
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When I was around eight years old, I was invited to go skiing with my classmate. His father was a pilot and owned his own plane, a little six-seater with propellers. Read more

6/10/19
5:05 PM
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Flying back from a vacation at Disneyland. Plane hits significant turbulence. I throw my arms into the air like its a roller-coaster, leaning from side-to-side with the turbulence. Read more

10/17/18
5:05 PM
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No worries, I get where you’re coming from. I just wanted to chime in on some of the reactions. Quite often, the most interesting gadgets are the ones people don’t buy. Thanks for reading, I’m always down to respond to thoughtful comments.