@ejcsanfran : "Vapers", obvs.
This bodes well for my pitch meeting for "Ow! My Internet!"
The first paragraph of this post contains no statement with which I do not wholeheartedly agree.
On Tavern Assy
designed to resemble a giant human colon... starts with a foot at one end...
I'm only on second-semester anatomy, but I'm fairly sure that the colon does not originate in the foot. So, it's a very loose resemblance, I suppose.
@laurel : GET OUT OF MY HEAD.
First reaction, after reading only the title : Damn, that's a lot of urine.
Every single one of Emma's notional titles is bone-chillingly plausible.
I think the olds used to just call them "happenings".
Alternate take : "Consciously designed spaces ... to inspire" is code for "there will be no good drugs at this party."
@Natasha Vargas-Cooper : If you haven't read it yet, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel did a great four-part series recently following first-year med students as they did their first cadaver dissection. It's really excellent.
@Gef the Talking Mongoose : Also, the brain is way more squishy than you think. An unpreserved brain has the consistency of super-soft tofu, or room-temperature butter -- so soft and delicate that it can't even support its own weight outside the cranial cavity. It's very surprising.