Question of the day: Is there a wish you want to have granted that is Worth Risking your life for?
I’m re-watching the anime Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica that’s why I’m asking. In it the girls making a contract for their souls in return for a wish, a wish that they are willing to fight constant battles for it to come true. These girls are generally pushed into a corner, and feel they have no choice but to fight in order to make their wish come true. So actually, if you don’t have a wish that’s worth risking your life for, that’s actually a good thing, it probably means your life is pretty good, right? At least there isn’t something that can only be achieved this way.
Speaking of animes, it was Japan Day in New York City yesterday, but it was kind of a let down, there was so many people so there were long lines for everything. Some people dressed up though, that was cute, but it was really hot today too, looking at them just made me feel hotter.
What will I do when summer officially comes…?
Anyways, watch this video of a man in Florida robbing a 77-year-old lady with a knife, then walks smack into the elevator’s closing door.
You might remember a few days ago I mentioned 66-year-old Sylvia Driskell’s attempt to sue every homosexual on the planet as self-appointed “God’s ambassador.” Well there is some new development.
The federal judge John Gerrard has thrown out the civil lawsuit. With all those spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, Driskell wasn’t just against gay people, but evidently against Microsoft Word and a spell checker too.
Do you know where your drugs have been?
In China, a man travelling by train from Beijing to Tibet was stopped by police when he was seen acting suspiciously. A Urine Test was positive for morphine, but a search found nothing. After questioning, he confessed to carrying illegal drugs and pulled out a small plastic wrap from under his foreskin.
【男子在生殖器內藏毒 乘火車被查獲】據法制晚報， 4月29日在北京西開往拉薩的列車上，乘警發現一可疑男子，發現其是吸毒人員，但未發現攜帶毒品。民警盤查后，男子承認藏毒，並從生殖器的包皮內取出一個塑料紙小包，內有1號海洛因0.1克。 pic.twitter.com/PBOHmHIgIq
— 南早中文網 (@SCMPChinese) May 7, 2015
It was there all those times he peed, and for his urine test too…
Ma Suqun, 77, has already consumed more than 9 kilograms of the cow-goat concoction, and claims to feel better, but hasn’t visited the hospital for any follow-up exams.
There are no clinical trials to back up the villagers claim (who’d want to participate in that trial anyways).
If the dung isn’t treated properly, the villagers run the risk of bacterial infection and parasites.