Author Topic: Strange Human Brain Found In U Of Texas Storage Leaves Scientists Scratching Their Heads  (Read 707 times)

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I'll bet it was Harry Reid's father's. :tongue2:
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I'll bet it was Harry Reid's father's. :tongue2:
Geez. Pick any number of Democrat congresscritters. I'll start with Jay Rockefeller, but Bob Casey and Dick Durbin are good guesses, too.
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They do keep an Aggie brain on display. They are rare.

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They do keep an Aggie brain on display. They are rare.
And I thought strange brains were common, in Texas.
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