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Level 216 Comments: Comedic Genius
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- Of course, the perfect way to plug up a bullet wound. Shove an…
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Well, it sure helps slow down the bleeding until they get proper medical care
Exactly, srvhendrix. It's not designed to heal, it's designed to stem blood loss until the wound can receive proper care. Basically it's the world's most hardcore band-aid
My point is that it would probably be no help to the internal organs or veins/arteries depending on where the wound is. Most bullet wounds that don't kill are very small. Forcing something like a tampon inside it is going to be more of a hindrance than a help. Why do you think when someone is shot and is bleeding profusely, it's advised to put pressure on the wound instead of trying to plug it up?
Well, yeah. We know that now. I'm saying that they didn't know that back then. Back then it seemed like a great idea. But there's a reason that field trauma kits come with pressure bandages and quik-clot now.
Well it was only a hundred years ago, they weren't stupid. I know we've come along way since then but I honestly don't believe it took all this time to think 'Maybe we shouldn't jam things in bullet wounds.'
I really think they would have stopped using it pretty soon if it didnt help. Im shure there was someway they made it work
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- I am so glad I went to see the Hobbit at the Cinema. I made th…
Smaug Looks Like A Handpuppet
It was a really good. I think they did the bad CGI on purpose. There's so much there that looks really dated by modern standards. I think they did it like people use King James language in books, to evoke the feel of past eras as appropriate to the tone.
Yea the CGI looked really bad and there was so much movement and no sounds
- '-Dumbing down the books, probably for an American audience.' …
I would like to point out that Peter Jackson changed the ending of the series, where the Shire was over run with orcs when frodo and company returned, andhe 4 Hobbits went 'bad ass warrior' and drove the encroachers out by themselves, because he 'didn't agree with it.'
- It's funny how people like you are happy to dish out every ste…
Ok, link me to the last European stereotype that got to the front page, you eurofags are so delusional.
Actually, there's little to no stereotyping coming from americans. Show me one front page post from an american, stereotyping anyone other than americans.
You're combating stereotyping by stereotyping?
- The Russian soldiers one really made me sad. You can see that …
- To be honest, the lady giving her kid a tape player is a good …
yall mcfucked up
- Are we forgetting ******* Jim Bacon? *****************.
- Being a vegan AND having erectile dysfunction. Must be offal …
He's also gay
I should've mentioned that before puns were made
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