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You had one job.....
My favourite Mr Bean sketch.
That feeling of betrayal.
Behind the scenes
A little drive through town
Your not the only one cursed with knowledge
Let her sit on your face they said
At least he was unarmed
That is why he's only a legged to have stabbed him.
If the glove doesn’t fit, then you must acquit
I feel like if you get stabbed by a man with no arms the universe wants you dead.
Always a Florida man.
Floridaman is like silver age Supes, he can just invent new powers any time he needs them.
I work on the street that he frequented. He’s a painter who would paint with his feet, but some drunk asshole kicked him in the head in the middle of the night so he shanked him. I also witnessed him kick someone in the face and knock them out.
Sounds like that case in To Kill A Mockingbird. Anyone?
I always thought that was really poor reasoning. I understand that it’s from Scout’s point of view so she sees everything like a kid and ignores the parts of the trial that really matter, but come on - you can’t throw a punch from your right across your body to hit their right? Maybe they weren’t squared up? Backhand?
The fact that Tom didn’t have a left hand doesn’t mean he couldn’t inflict those injuries.
America's Got Talent
He was accused of stabbing by using his feet. The suspect admitted to the stabbing but said it was in self-defense.
Headstand and let those toes jab that knife right on in. Sounds tough, but if you're dedicated, the world is at your feet.
He was flapping mad
Common Florida event
Well, it was a bloody good performance.
Florida, nuff said.
Leggedly stabbed him.
Handcuff him and take him away.... oh wait.
How’d he get those pants on though, maybe more impressive
Better cuff him and uh, um...
I fucking hate Florida.
How did he lose his arms?
I couldn't find an article that said but I've seen people affected by thalidomide who had the same chicken wing arms. It's quite rare in the US though.
Yes, we never approved it, only put it in trials, so only a handful of cases happened. It was approved in Europe (as Contergan, IIRC). It's actually approved now, but for vastly different things and an obvious contraindication in pregnancy.
FDA reviewer Frances Oldham Kelsey blocked thalidomide's approval several times and was personally recognized by the president for doing so. In addition to the trials, there were samples of the drug going around and some pregnant women also got it prescribed off-label. Still, we luckily only had a fraction of the cases compared to Europe.
Yes it's crazy to think out different it would've been for the US if not for Kelsey's firm stance and desire to wait for trials! She is a hero.
EDIT: Also, at 46 years old the guy is not as likely to have been affected by thalidomide due to his age. He would've been born in 1972ish and I think the drug should've been well-banned by then.
Too dank and edgy
Looks like he has Deadpool arms instead of no arms.