That wasn't bad, but either way, would be depressing. Poor kid, I think hes saying if some one were to get mad and go up on a soap box saying hey they shouldn't post stuff about this JLAP.
I thought it was just sad, nothing really.
As curious as I am, I don't think I'm going to touch that video with a 30 foot pole...
I dunno if I could handle seeing a little kid going all spaztic from rabies... that is just beyond any of my strengths.
Yeah, rabies is pretty crazy. It's pretty much as close as you get to zombies in real life. People completely lose themselves and are pretty much slaves to the virus. You foam at the mouth and become violent, this helps a carrier pass on the virus. Pretty nuts, man. I'm sure some of you remember the rabies scare I had about a year back when my dad got in to a tussle with a racoon and had to get a bunch of rabies vaccine injections.
Also, I do believe that there's only one recorded case of a survivor. What they do is they put you in to a drug-induced coma dor the duration of the cycle and just wait for the virus to "burn out."
To prevent problems, I'll edit the original post to include a warning.
Potential viewers: What you see is a child strapped to a hospital bed. He's foaming at the mouth and making very strange movements, sounds, etc.
There's nothing inherently disgusting about the actual images, it's just that viewing this footage of a child gives a pretty disturbing emotional reaction.
Viewer discretion advised.
He's foaming at the mouth. Just like my friend Bob Sacamano.
"The tragedy of life is not that every man loses; but that he almost wins."
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"
"My name is Bob! My name is Bob!"
am i the only one that didn't find that video disturbing at all?
Anyway, yeah theres a cure. Like someone else said, it involves multiple vaccinations in your stomach. If you get treatment fast enough, no one dies from rabies. Its like a venomous snake bite or syphylis...it'll kill you if you don't do anything about it
Z polski y dumny
Prayer - how to do nothing and still think you're helping.
i didn't find it disturbing...
i'm still glad i live in england though, rabies isn't a problem here, as england is more or less a big island.
i'm also glad that i've been vaccinated against it
the point at which you realise your friends are also nerds: you ask for a quadrant in the fourth dimension, and they say 10:00
The shots aren't in the stomach anymore, so it's a far less painful experience. If you wait until the onset of symptoms, your chances for survival go to 1 in however many have contracted rabies. Very poor odds.
Bruce in CT
Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche