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Rob Beschizza at 7:09 am Fri, Feb 8, 2013
As a side note, I thought Huttick was hilarious in the Pirates of The Caribbean movies.
Yeah, loosing an eye, becoming homeless and chronically depressed is hilarious!
So I guess the goggles do nothing.
Order in the court!
I’ll have a cheeseburger.
Who couldn’t see that coming? Well, I guess it if was on his left side, he might not have… I’M HERE ALL WEEK FOLKS!
If I lost an eyeball, I would get one that glowed red with an LED–and if they did not exist, I would endeavour to make one.
Easier than putting a camera in I think: http://www.geekosystem.com/eyeborg-rob-spence/
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I’m confused. Why does that cause a mistrial?
Sympathy for the victim, prejudicial to the perp, I imagine.