Comments Posted by Viveka

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Oddly enough, the door to my bathroom is like that. We put a deadbolt on there so that the cats couldn't open the door and pee on the rugs.
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I don't know what it is... but it reminds me of this ancient old sewing machine we had in my parents cobbler shop. We used it to resole shoes. But it had all these elaborate levies and wheels and cranks, just like this thing.
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These are awesome! I always wanted an autopsy table for a dining table.
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"dead OR classified as high risk"

Were they putting living people in there?
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The words "fridge" doesn't seem strange to me, but the use of the word "body" here does. Its almost like they're storing the corpses for dinner or something.
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From what I know, people are typically put in seclusion for being an immediate threat to themselves or others. Or for simply being destructive, disruptive, or disobeying orders.
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Sisters... perhaps they were trying to evoke a family type environment?
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Now this reminds me of the toilets in old army barracks. Clinical and efficient. Nothing more, nothing less.
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To be technical, those are syringes. Syringes may or may not have needles on the end. A pipette is more of a dropper, while a syringe is defined by possessing a plunger which creates suction.
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You are always outdoing yourself.
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On a day so gray its black inside....
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If only the colors and images in this world really looked like that.
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perfection.
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Every time i see it, i love your work more and more.
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perfection.