Discussion in 'EU Community' started by Bardan_Jusik, Mar 2, 2013.
Good because I was simply staying in my Kubaz Jedi's character for the whole thing up to this post
I guess I'm more mixed in my posting... Sometimes I'm not quite sure if I'm posting as myself or Alisha! Scary...
I am a Mandalorian so there is no confusion for me.
You wear a bucket irl too?!
Of course. Though the crushgaunts make it hard to type.
Oh and about the needles, I found a nice one
I'm sure that your kids love them too Bardan...
They do, they keep trying to take them so I had to get them their own.
Lucky kids. Why when I was a youngling I had to imagine a pair of crush-gaunts, and even when what I squeezed wouldn't break and my hands bled I had to imagine medical care both ways
*sees the needle and runs*
I wonder if that's either prenatal-type or bone marrow transplant type or for animals... >.>
Obviously it's a veress-surgical-laparoscopic-insufflation-needle
You talk but all I hear is buzzing. Hmmm, cockamouse? ?
That is actually a needle for humans. Seen it used in surgery before actually, veress is just a brand name, and the second and third part are the discriptive type name for the usage of the needle. So no, it is not for prenatal nor bone-marrow on animals, it is for humans. Normally from what I have seen either large joint or abdominal type surgeries it has been used in.
I just grabbed the name from the pic's properties.
*hears the ridiculously long name for a needle, and continues to run*
That's a nutty name for a needle...
There are many kinds of needles Padawan, a true artist must know each by name to know which to call for a task
Artist? I prefer to work with pencils, pens and coloring pencils!
...and the occasional marker.
Ah the simple art, but to truly know your subject as the Mando can attest you must learn to stab it well and rightly.
*Stabs all walking Zombies with sharp pointy lightsabers and ignores talk of... needles...* >.>
That looks like the one I was given into my stomach during my cancer treatment....honestly. Zolodex I think it was called (what they done put in me!)