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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by HockeyChic, Sep 17, 2006.
I think Wisconsin needs some law changes. . .
they didn't even commit necrophilia :yawn:
Isn't it illegal to disinter the dead anyway?
She died on August 27th. Shouldn't the corpse be pretty decomposed by now? :shocked:
:scratch: so... wait... what? IT'S A DEAD BODY does it really matter at this point?
Maybe he was thinking from a pragmatic standpoint.
Although I don't think it would really have decomposed that much in a couple of weeks.
though rigamortis would have made things rather...err...tight...
If she was buried traditionally the formaldehyde would keep the body from rotting, not sure what it does to rigor mortis.
Still the ick factor is high on this one.
The body would be pliable by now. Rigor doesn't last that long.
Pliable... you're worse than we are, HC...
Sorry, I guess I've spent too many years around people in the medical field. What word would you have me use?
pliable is plenty graphic for me.
Though, spongy, supple, or submissive would have been a little worse.
Interesting. If you stick their finger in an outlet they won't get stiff.
I didn't know that Rigor Mortis was so quick, I thought it took more like 8-12 hours.
I didn't know they used rigor mortis in the meat packaging industry. I guess that makes sense. . . I just never thought of it that way.
I must be ridiculously tired because that gave me the giggles.
Let's just steer clear of adjectives altogether, huh?
Are the adjectives giving you need to go to your happy place? I could start sharing stories my dad would tell us over the Sunday dinner table about the ambulance runs from the previous night. Ahhh, what fond childhood memories.
I like malleable myself, how will the corpse respond once you start hammering it?
*giggle giggle giggle* BBBLLLLEEEECCCHHHH!!!!!!*giggle giggle giggle*
Stop it! This is someones loved one!