Originally posted by ADHDsux4me
Originally posted by Ultron10
Hehe, they had an experiment using 'brown noise' on Brainiac: Science Abuse (a humourous science show they show here in the UK).
Anyway, they even got viewers in on the test. They transmitted the brown noise (so you could hear it through the TV) and asked viewers whether it worked or not.
Naturally me being a sissy I muted the volume just to be on the safe side.
I could see it making a good interrogation tactic or perhaps even a weapon.
Just for Sh*ts and Giggles, pardon the pun. Does any body have a audio file of this "Brown Noise" I'd love to see it uploaded, so people in the privacy of their own home test it out. I can blame the outcome on something else for the sake of brevity, if it works, lol.
Originally posted by Calculon386
I dont really see how making the opposing army crap in their pants in gonna win any wars. Unless its just toooo embarassing for the other side...
Whatever I have, it won't leave me alone. The diarrhea has gotten severe and is quickly draining me of energy. I am losing fluids faster than I can replace them, it is keeping me up all night and I still can't eat. I'm exhausted. I am barely strong enough to walk to the latrine, having to sit and rest numerous times on the trip. Usually I have to turn around and head back again before I even get back to my trench. Often I don't make it and am living in my own filth. The medics gave me pills to slow up the craps. If it hasn't gone away by tomorrow they will evacuate me to the med-station. It is one in the afternoon, I have taken all the pills the medics gave me and it has not helped one bit. I've already crap myself three times. I'm miserable.
Talking with the guys who drove our carriers up, apparently Mogadishu is a war torn city. Every building is shot up, bombed out or fallen down. Some marines were ambushed re-entering their own lines and a Pakistani was killed in another incident.
I feel another crap coming on, so that's enough writing for tonight. This will be the tenth crap today, so far. . . Not as bad as before, but still not pleasant.
17 January 93
I still have the diarrhea this morning, so I went to see the medics. They gave me Ciprofloxain 500mg, an anti-bacterial medicine. We have nicknamed the disease webi shabeelle belly after the river that runs through town. Many of us have it and there is often a line for the latrine, you crap yourself often.