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Monday, 24 December, 2007


At Ectoplasmosis: The Dangers of Hydrocephalia.

From personal experience, I can tell you all that a drainage shunt fit with a canteen nozzle and inserted into the back of the cranium can not only decrease the dangers of a hydrocephalic losing his bobble-headed balance and spontaneously catapulting himself, but will also make him an unexpected hit at parties when the booze runs dry.

Image by Christopher Huet.