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Maybe he's a first year med student, and this was his first assignment.
How can you do a story like this without pictures?
Never mind, I found some. Thank you, Google News!Here and here.Wow. That is truly creepy.
"MORE: Here's a photograph."Oh, good.(urrrp)
Some comment about the Last Supper crossed my mind, but I just can't go there.It would give new meanings to "Eating Sara Lee" or "Roman Meal" or even "Mrs. Baird's bread" for those of you in Texas.I hope he doesn't use yeast that rises -- oh nevermind...
"He hopes his realistic artwork will make people ponder whether they are consuming food, or food is consuming them."I'm going to ponder him him more.
This guy is a serial killer film waiting to happen. Isn't there some musical about something like this? Is it called Sweeney Todd? Is that the name?
my favorite kind of clay to use was always the salt-flower-oil homemade clay that we were given in pre-school. you can bake it to harden, and it's somewhat edible and tasty. i would probably never eat something that looks as cool as his sculptures, though.
i think i meant 'salt-flour-oil'
Would strong believers in transubstantiation welcome this kind of bread, or would that impede faith?
Ok, I'm a pathologist and this creeps me out. But then, I have not only visual memories of what I have seen, but olfactory ones as well, so I suspect this sort of thing is even harder on me. If you know what I mean. Sorry. I'm just totally grossed out by this (And the other strange thing is I can't stand horror movies. I get scared. And yet I could go into the morgue at night when I was a pathology resident when no one was around and not get scared. Human beings are mysterious.....)
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