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1. The skull can sometimes have to have a hole in it. And sometimes someone in the operating room drops (onto the floor) the piece of skull that is supposed to be the cap to the hole. [contributor: Christopher Depelteau at MRI LINKS AND OTHER COOL THINGS ]
2. Make-up can help the living and the dead. We see it on live people in real life, and sometimes on live T.V. We see it on the dead at funerals. Make-up can make life worth living. [contributor: [link sent in by Balian] COLLEGEBOARD.COM]
3. Sometimes death occurs or arrives at the right time, and sometimes it arrives right on time. We're so busy with our lives, that we can forget that others are about to be busy no more. [contributor: therapydoc at EVERYONE NEEDS THERAPY? LESSONS FROM A FAMILY THERAPIST]
4. It's unspeakable and unthinkable, but murderers are there. Right there next to us, as they say. Some people think they have the right to do exactly what the cells in their brain tell them to do. This is murderer Kevin Ray Underwood's blog, still up (although not active anymore). [contributor: [link sent in by Frank] STRANGE THINGS ARE AFOOT AT THE CIRCLE K., will jump to the first month the blog was started.]
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