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Scan: madivinecomedie: Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Florette, Paris 1944. Scan De Lartigue, l’album d’une vie. ®Centre Pompidou, Editions du Seuil 2003
Scan: madivinecomedie:
Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Florette, Paris 1944. Scan De Lartigue, l’album d’une vie. ®Centre Pompidou, Editions du Seuil 2003

madivinecomedie: Jacques-Henri Lartigue. Florette, Paris 1944. Scan De Lartigue, l’album d’une vie. ®Centre Pompidou, Editions du Seuil 2003

Scan: jinxproof: Alek WekElle France (October 2003)ph. Steve Hiettsanja scan/bzn
Scan: jinxproof:
Alek WekElle France (October 2003)ph. Steve Hiettsanja scan/bzn

jinxproof: Alek WekElle France (October 2003)ph. Steve Hiettsanja scan/bzn

Scan: Copy cat or CAT scan?
Scan: Copy cat or CAT scan?

Copy cat or CAT scan?

Scan: blamingmyself-livinginpain: caitlinclingman: Psycho Scan .
Scan: blamingmyself-livinginpain:

caitlinclingman:

Psycho Scan



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blamingmyself-livinginpain: caitlinclingman: Psycho Scan .

Scan: fugu-suicide: Masami Teraoka - scan from Paintings by Masami Teraoka Adam and Eve/Moustrap 1995 watercolor on paper
Scan: fugu-suicide:

Masami Teraoka - scan from Paintings by Masami Teraoka
Adam and Eve/Moustrap
1995
watercolor on paper

fugu-suicide: Masami Teraoka - scan from Paintings by Masami Teraoka Adam and Eve/Moustrap 1995 watercolor on paper

Scan: doctor: *points to CT scan* you see those me: yes, my legs? doctor: well, I don’t, stop skipping leg day. Gymaholic App: https://www.gymaholic.co #fitness #motivation #gymaholic #meme #workout
Scan: doctor: *points to CT scan* you see those  me: yes, my legs?  doctor: well, I don’t, stop skipping leg day.  Gymaholic App: https://www.gymaholic.co  #fitness #motivation #gymaholic #meme #workout

doctor: *points to CT scan* you see those me: yes, my legs? doctor: well, I don’t, stop skipping leg day. Gymaholic App: https://www.g...

Scan: Acpuilion Just a routine CAT scan
Scan: Acpuilion
Just a routine CAT scan

Just a routine CAT scan

Scan: fuckyeahcats: Cat-scan ‘Muis/Mouse’ Scan by Thoughtslikeskyscrapers
Scan: fuckyeahcats:
Cat-scan ‘Muis/Mouse’
Scan by Thoughtslikeskyscrapers

fuckyeahcats: Cat-scan ‘Muis/Mouse’ Scan by Thoughtslikeskyscrapers

Scan: 15-3901 1:05 5 Img:14 SP:11.91 PPHFS Mat 256 x 192 ps.zo PE-64 PPNES Nat 320x 240 MP Caters News Agency 17am A boy born with just two percent of his brain has defied doctors' predictions after his brain grew back to 80 percent of the average size. Doctors had told the parents to terminate pregnancy not once but five times. @factsweird Photo courtesy of Caters News Agency greater-than-the-sword: recoveringvictorian: mccarthyites: mindblowingfactz: A boy born with just two percent of his brain has defied doctors’ predictions after his brain grew back to 80 percent of the average size. Doctors had told the parents to terminate pregnancy not once but five times. I saw this before some time ago and it just absolutely fascinated me because there was never any other information provided and the little info that was given was tantalizingly vague. Even with 80% of his brain growing surely he had all kinds of severe issues, right? And even if his brain did grow back he might not have lived very long. So I did a little research on him. Everything happened exactly like it says in the pic- the parents were strongly urged to abort the baby five separate times, and they refused all five times, and he was born with two percent of his brain and he does now have 80% of it. What the blurb doesn’t say is that the little boy’s name is Noah Wall and he’s now a very happy, healthy, six year old boy. Doctors said he would be SEVERELY mentally disabled, unable to see, hear, talk, or even eat. The doctors were wrong. He can do all of these things and more. By age two he was sitting up straight and singing; he can play with legos and computer games, he’s learned how to count, he can hold perfectly normal conversations, and he loves painting. He just recently wrote his name for the first time, and he’s trying very hard to learn how to walk (but that’s still a long way off because he’s mostly paralyzed from the waist down). Most of this probably just seems like boring normalcy, but considering he was born with only 2% of his brain he shouldn’t be able to do ANY of this. The fact that he lived beyond his first birthday is a miracle in and of itself. Noah hasn’t had a brain scan since he was three years old, so no one knows if his brain has grown more since then, but all indications are that he’s developing physically at a normal rate, and he’s developing well enough mentally that his parents recently enrolled him in a local elementary school- not any special education classes, a normal, mainstream school. It’s hard work for the parents, there’s tons of medical appointments, regular surgeries with lengthy recovery times, they had to shuttle Noah to a neurophysics center in Australia to help him learn how to sit upright. But they both agree he’s worth it. This is what his mom Shelly has to say:  “I thank him every night before he goes to bed. I say ‘Noah, thank you for such a lovely day. I’ve loved my day.’ And he’ll say ‘I love you, Mummy. Night night.’” https://nypost.com/2019/02/20/boy-born-without-brain-defies-odds-to-live/ https://www.theepochtimes.com/boy-born-with-2-percent-of-brain-defies-odds-learns-to-count-and-surf_2810231.html https://www.cbc.ca/passionateeye/features/the-boy-born-without-a-brain-is-now-a-practical-joker-who-loves-playing-mar I saw a video on him and his parents awhile back and it’s such a happy story. ^^ Just another invalid deformed beyond hope and destined to be a vegetable who should have been killed in the womb, amirite? This really speaks to cases where people think that killing a baby is “the right thing to do” because of probabilities and likelihoods.
Scan: 15-3901
 1:05 5
 Img:14
 SP:11.91
 PPHFS
 Mat 256 x 192
 ps.zo
 PE-64
 PPNES
 Nat 320x 240
 MP
 Caters News Agency
 17am
 A boy born with just two percent of his brain
 has defied doctors' predictions after his brain
 grew back to 80 percent of the average size.
 Doctors had told the parents to terminate
 pregnancy not once but five times.
 @factsweird
 Photo courtesy of Caters News Agency
greater-than-the-sword:
recoveringvictorian:

mccarthyites:


mindblowingfactz:
A boy born with just two percent of his brain has defied doctors’ predictions after his brain grew back to 80 percent of the average size. Doctors had told the parents to terminate pregnancy not once but five times.
I saw this before some time ago and it just absolutely fascinated me because there was never any other information provided and the little info that was given was tantalizingly vague. Even with 80% of his brain growing surely he had all kinds of severe issues, right? And even if his brain did grow back he might not have lived very long. So I did a little research on him.
Everything happened exactly like it says in the pic- the parents were strongly urged to abort the baby five separate times, and they refused all five times, and he was born with two percent of his brain and he does now have 80% of it.
What the blurb doesn’t say is that the little boy’s name is Noah Wall and he’s now a very happy, healthy, six year old boy.
Doctors said he would be SEVERELY mentally disabled, unable to see, hear, talk, or even eat. The doctors were wrong. He can do all of these things and more. By age two he was sitting up straight and singing; he can play with legos and computer games, he’s learned how to count, he can hold perfectly normal conversations, and he loves painting. He just recently wrote his name for the first time, and he’s trying very hard to learn how to walk (but that’s still a long way off because he’s mostly paralyzed from the waist down). Most of this probably just seems like boring normalcy, but considering he was born with only 2% of his brain he shouldn’t be able to do ANY of this. The fact that he lived beyond his first birthday is a miracle in and of itself.
Noah hasn’t had a brain scan since he was three years old, so no one knows if his brain has grown more since then, but all indications are that he’s developing physically at a normal rate, and he’s developing well enough mentally that his parents recently enrolled him in a local elementary school- not any special education classes, a normal, mainstream school. It’s hard work for the parents, there’s tons of medical appointments, regular surgeries with lengthy recovery times, they had to shuttle Noah to a neurophysics center in Australia to help him learn how to sit upright. But they both agree he’s worth it.
This is what his mom Shelly has to say:  “I thank him every night before he goes to bed. I say ‘Noah, thank you for such a lovely day. I’ve loved my day.’ And he’ll say ‘I love you, Mummy. Night night.’”
https://nypost.com/2019/02/20/boy-born-without-brain-defies-odds-to-live/
https://www.theepochtimes.com/boy-born-with-2-percent-of-brain-defies-odds-learns-to-count-and-surf_2810231.html
https://www.cbc.ca/passionateeye/features/the-boy-born-without-a-brain-is-now-a-practical-joker-who-loves-playing-mar


I saw a video on him and his parents awhile back and it’s such a happy story. ^^ Just another invalid deformed beyond hope and destined to be a vegetable who should have been killed in the womb, amirite? 


This really speaks to cases where people think that killing a baby is “the right thing to do” because of probabilities and likelihoods.

greater-than-the-sword: recoveringvictorian: mccarthyites: mindblowingfactz: A boy born with just two percent of his brain has defied...