for sake of completeness.
I, for one, welcome our Japanese foetal rat masters
"They are clear pregnant rubber dolls with organ parts and veins but that's not the strange part. Each one had an ACTUAL DEAD RAT in the womb. Not a model of a dead rat, not a plastic dead rat. A real, previously living rat baby."
Apparently this is the gentleman responsible. Also with maggots!
New from EroTech Industries
LoveLump™ is an artificially-engineered transgenic tissue sculpture. It is created using a variety of animal and vegetable DNA strands, which is then mapped onto a host chromosome palette. It is considered to be one of a handful of new species created from the basic building material now available to us through recent breakthroughs in modern science.
A detailed explanation on the some of the inner-workings of this amazing new technology can be found on our Breakthroughs page.
Destined to be our most popular model, the Persephone will provide its owner with years of enjoyment!
Lifespan: 5-7 years
- Single V-gauge (2cm-10cm) entry port
- Single R-gauge (1cm-7.5cm) entry port
- Single reactive appendage (7cm-10cm circumference) with Stimul-Act
- Duraflex Skinning available in a variety of tone, texture, and hirsutness
start growing your army of atomic supermen now! (ages 10+, batteries not included.)
- Magnetic mixer
- Electrophoresis chamber
- Test vials
- Ink samples
- DNA stain (fabricated to mimic real DNA)
- Mail order card for first two experiments
- And lots more
zee dem driffen before you
Woman knocked unconscious by trampling shoppers: Patricia VanLester had her eye on a $29 DVD player, but when the siren blared at 6 a.m. Friday announcing the start to the post-Thanksgiving sale, the 41-year-old was knocked to the ground by the frenzy of shoppers behind her. [...] Paramedics called to the store found VanLester unconscious on top of a DVD player, surrounded by shoppers seemingly oblivious to her, said Mark O'Keefe, a spokesman for EVAC Ambulance. [...]
Ellzey said Wal-Mart officials called later Friday to ask about her sister, and the store apologized and offered to put a DVD player on hold for her. "We are very disappointed this happened," Burk said. "We want her to come back as a shopper."