You can take the girl out of the ghoul, but you can't take the ghoul out of the girl. Not everyone wanted to be a mortician like you Spider.While there is undoubtedly some educational value to this exhibit, I believe I would pass. Sometimes it is all I can do to keep my appetite while watching CSI and eating lasagne-which is not a great combination actually, especially during the close-ups as they show a bullet coursing through the human body leaving damage behind that greatly resembles, well, my dinner.
Mmmm....lasagna. :)Now I'm all hungry.
I just love your blog!!! You are amazing. You DO the things other people SAY they would like to do. I seriously want to be just like you when "I grow up". And just so you know...it takes A LOT for me to come here everyday...I HATE spiders...happy day!!Love,Boob Sweat
If this show comes anywhere within a few 100 miles I am going. I have been waiting for years to see it! If you go you will have to give us all a review!
I'm going. I've been following the controversy of this show, and I've been eagerly waiting for it to show up somewhere near me.... I think a fieldtrip is in order, Spider. :)
Why is it so controversial? They aren't real bodies, just plastic replicas right? I don't see the big deal.
No, they're very very real... people donate their bodies to the project.
Yes, they are real bodies. And in the most amazing poses. There is one guy posed playing chess and he is bent over so you can see how the spinal column moves. It's SO interesting.And if you are very interested, you can download a form to donate your own body to this er, ongoing art project.
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