I would love to see the literature on Wiley Coyote


13 Responses to “I would love to see the literature on Wiley Coyote”

  1. Charles H. says:

    I seem to recall a study on head injuries in Tintin being done a while (i.e. at least a decade, if not more) back.

    (The conclusion being that by now Tintin had probably suffered severe permanent brain injuries.)

  2. Brainspore says:

    How about testicular trauma from America’s Funniest Home Videos?

  3. RichSPK says:

    My turn to be the spelling Nazi: You meant Wile E. Coyote.

  4. howaboutthisdangit says:

    I wonder how much brain damage those ’70s T.V. cops and detectives must’ve suffered. It seemed like they were ALWAYS getting clubbed by the butt of a snub-nosed 38.

  5. SamSam says:

    Our tax dollars – pointy-headed academics – ivory tower – “science” – waste of resources, couldn’t they be curing cancer – peer-review, shmeer-review…

    There. Now that’s out of the way for this thread.

  6. Mark Dow says:

    The study makes a good point about the importance of using a helmet neck strap.

    “A helmet had been worn by 70.5% of victims but had been lost in the vast majority of cases (87.7%).”

  7. Avram / Moderator says:

    [taps head] These researchers are crazy.

  8. buddy66 says:

    No wonder Krazy Kat was Krazy. Forty years of bricks!

  9. The Mudshark says:

    I assume a large portion of the paper will be devoted to cases of the sky falling on someones head.

  10. Raymond says:

    @Charles H.: You’re thinking of “Acquired growth hormone deficiency and hypogonadotropic hypogonadism in a subject with repeated head trauma.”


    One of the letters to the editor even suggested the Asterix follow-up study.


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