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Third Eye Blinded.

11 Feb

February 11, 2011

Remember my recent post about the guy who had an ear grafted to his arm? Not to be outdone, here is a story about a guy who had a camera implanted in the back of his head. It turns out that this surgery didn’t work out so well. His body rejected the camera and this attempt at do-it-yourself bionics had to be removed. It just goes to show that while this guy’s brain is stupid as mush, mother nature is still watching over him. Me? I say leave the thing in and let Darwinism take its course.

From the Department of Couldn’t He Just Stick A Camera On His Hat?:

Obviously he has room for a camera in his head because his brain is three sizes too small. I just wonder how much government funding we give him, because I demand a refund.

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5 Responses to “Third Eye Blinded.”

  1. JRD Skinner February 11, 2011 at 11:18 am #

    When I read this earlier this morning, I knew I needed to do a little poking around. I’ve finally just had a moment, and look what I’ve turned up – from the wikipedia article on Wafaa:

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    Wafaa Bilal […] He is best known for his work Domestic Tension, a performance piece in which he lived in a gallery for a month and was shot by paintballs remotely by internet users watching from a webcam.
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    I’d argue he’s actually best known for being kind of an idiot.

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    • bmj2k February 11, 2011 at 12:58 pm #

      That was him? I saw that but didn’t make the connection. Without getting into my views on art, this is the type of guy who gives art and artists a bad name.

      Jerk.

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  2. TexasTrailerParkTrash February 11, 2011 at 2:15 pm #

    I thought it was just mothers of small children who had eyes in the back of their heads. I didn’t need no stinkin’ camera. 🙂

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  3. Thomas Stazyk February 12, 2011 at 12:34 am #

    I imagine that if the camera worked, most of the shots he would get would be of people giving him the finger.

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    • bmj2k February 12, 2011 at 12:37 am #

      And that, my audience, is the winning comment.

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