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Aerden [userpic]
Early Autopsy

This article discusses evidence of one of the first autopsies ever performed in North America, in 1604 on St. Croix Island near Maine. Pretty fascinating stuff!

Hallowe'en: Very disappointing, so far. We have had one kid come by, a little girl in a fairy princess costume. :( This is just sad. When I was a kid, our doorbell rang all evening on hallowe'en.

All dressed up in my Snape costume, and no kids to give candy to! *whine*

TV: I'm watching Dog and wandering into the den to catch bits of House every once in a while.

The most annoying show on television has got to be A&E's Intervention. Why in the world do they imagine that people want to watch other people going through drug addiction? *shakes head*

Current Mood: disappointeddisappointed

When I saw the title of this post, I thought it meant "early" as in "premature." There was a CSI episode that had a premature autopsy, in the third season. The first incision gave it away--he started bleeding.

My family has always lived out in the country. We were lucky if we got a handful of trick-or-treaters. I always wished we had more. I now live in a large city, in an apartment, and I've only seen one small group of trick-or-treaters walk by the complex, and they didn't stop here.