That’s my brain. Isn’t it hot? I am so impressed at having pics of my brain. I love xrays and all that kind of stuff that lets you look at your innards. When I had my gall bladder out I wanted to keep it but they wouldn’t let me. They said they needed to send it pathology for tests but later I saw the sausage sizzle out the front of the Alfred and I had my suspicions.
So last night I watched the rest of the first season of Prison Break. I’ve got the mad Prison Break watching skillz – I think it’s taken about 3 days to watch the whole season!
Tomorrow I’m getting season 2 up to the current ep off Andrew – I resisted the temptation of going over last night at 1 am.
I’ve got a few questions though that puzzle me about the show. Now I realise it’s TV and not real life (like anyone could use household bleach to remove colour without getting it blotchy and you so couldn’t concrete over a hole in the floor without it being noticeable) but what’s the deal with the death penalty?
Since we don’t have the death penalty here, I have no comprehension of how it works (well I know how it works – you kill someone – I just don’t get the legal process working up to that point).
What makes someone get the death penalty? Is it the seriousness of the crime or prior convictions or just the whim of the judge? Why would Lincoln Burrows get the death penalty and not someone like Teabag? Is it because he killed the VP’s bro? If so, doesn’t that contradict the US Constitution or whatever it is that says all men are created equal – surely meaning that killing the VP’s bro is the same as killing the average Joe on the streets?
Do they still actually use the electric chair? It seems awfully barbaric and I thought they used lethal injections (or does that depend on the state?)
If I was the producer of Prison Break, I’d have played Mercy Seat by Nick Cave during the electric chair scene (but then if I was getting the chair, I’d ask for them to play that).
I think that’s enough questions. If anyone from the US can answer this for me, I’ll be most grateful.
On the subject of telly, new ep of Supernatural tomorrow. Man I love those Winchester boys. And their dad. John Winchester is most definitely a DILF (I dunno if that’s a real term or if I just made it up but if you can have MILFs you can certainly have DILFs). It’s not wonder my weight loss has come to a halt – all I do is watch telly and perve on hot guys. Oh yeah and yah, Heroes is back from hiatus next week. I love that Peter Petrelli too. And Clare Bennett and Hiro Nakamura.
I actually did tear myself away from the tv to go for a run this morning. The weather is so deceptive. It didn’t feel hot but was might humid. When I got home, my socks were so sweaty I coulda wrung them out.