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« on: 05/12/2011 05:55:15 »
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« Reply #1 on: 05/12/2011 06:52:43 »
...and beyond!
 

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« Reply #2 on: 05/12/2011 10:18:20 »
Someone surely got a Buzz out of that one!!!



The well formed bones indicate that it wasn't a really young child, and quite possibly was taken of an adult.  I doubt that Buzz got a grand-tour as he could not have made it through the digestive tract.  I'm guessing it is a female image, so Buzz could be exploring one of two female cavities...

It could be outside of the body, but I think it is in front of the sacrum, and behind the front of the pelvis, and thus internal.

Are Buzz Lightyears such a hot commodity that people smuggle them through Airport Security like Heroin?  Perhaps it is a cheap Chinese Knockoff being smuggled into the USA!!!
 

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« Reply #3 on: 05/12/2011 10:44:40 »
It could be outside of the body, but I think it is in front of the sacrum, and behind the front of the pelvis, and thus internal.

Actually, are those his wings extended in the image above?
That seems pretty improbable for it to be internal.

So, maybe it is in a backpack or something.

This image (below) is clearly faked.  Note the crude cut lines across the legs and extended arms.



But it brings up a point.  It is odd that we see absolutely no internal structure to Buzz above.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 05/12/2011 15:36:31 »
It is odd that we see absolutely no internal structure to Buzz above.

I agree: the metal bits in Buzz should be visible.


None of the allegedly "M.D." authors are Googleable other than as authors of the "stuckup" book ...
http://us.macmillan.com/stuckup/RichEDreben#biography
 

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« Reply #5 on: 06/12/2011 05:16:15 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !
 

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« Reply #6 on: 06/12/2011 08:10:54 »
I was going to say something about Buzz and batteries, but I thought it might not be appropriate.
 

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« Reply #7 on: 06/12/2011 10:57:41 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !

.... and the man who swallowed some daffodil bulbs. The Dr said they'd come out in the spring.
 

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« Reply #8 on: 06/12/2011 10:59:49 »
I was going to say something about Buzz and batteries, but I thought it might not be appropriate.

Which reminds me
 

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« Reply #9 on: 06/12/2011 18:12:25 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !

.... and the man who swallowed some daffodil bulbs. The Dr said they'd come out in the spring.

...and the man who swallowed some photographic film and the doctor said we'll wait and see what develops !
 

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« Reply #10 on: 06/12/2011 18:32:12 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !

.... and the man who swallowed some daffodil bulbs. The Dr said they'd come out in the spring.

...and the man who swallowed some photographic film and the doctor said we'll wait and see what develops !

If he'd been a mathematician he might have worked it out with a pencil.
 

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« Reply #11 on: 06/12/2011 21:10:13 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !

.... and the man who swallowed some daffodil bulbs. The Dr said they'd come out in the spring.

...and the man who swallowed some photographic film and the doctor said we'll wait and see what develops !

If he'd been a mathematician he might have worked it out with a pencil.

If he'd swallowed some litmus paper he might have to wait for the change.
 

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« Reply #12 on: 07/12/2011 06:21:32 »
Oh my !...this reminds me of the similar story I read regarding a man who had 6 toy horses stuck up his backside. After being seen by the doctors they said he was stable !

.... and the man who swallowed some daffodil bulbs. The Dr said they'd come out in the spring.

...and the man who swallowed some photographic film and the doctor said we'll wait and see what develops !

If he'd been a mathematician he might have worked it out with a pencil.

If he'd swallowed some litmus paper he might have to wait for the change.

If he'd known anything about ergonomics he could have done a time and motion study.
 

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« Reply #13 on: 07/12/2011 09:49:41 »
I am reminded of the doctor walking through the ward when a nurse asked him "Why have you got a suppository behind your ear?"

The doctor replied "Damn! Some bum's got my pencil."
 

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