One Hand Jason VS The Giant Bee!! >>

EPISODE #140

AIRED: 03-12-2019

One Hand Jason VS The Giant Bee!!
The inmates have not just taken OVER the asylum as Josh suggests after hearing about our new heavy-weight psychotic super-freak friend One Hand Jason…they have torn down the walls and are running amok!! In a world of “Trendy Trans-ism”, we have hit a new level with THIS one:
— When he cut off his right arm with a “very sharp power tool,” a man who now calls himself One Hand Jason let everyone believe it was an accident. But he had for months tried different means of cutting and crushing the limb that never quite felt like his own, training himself on first aid so he wouldn’t bleed to death, even practicing on animal parts sourced from a butcher. “My goal was to get the job done with no hope of reconstruction or re-attachment, and I wanted some method that I could actually bring myself to do,” People like Jason have been classified as ‘‘transabled’’ — feeling like imposters in their bodies, their arms and legs in full working order. “We define transability as the desire or the need for a person identified as able-bodied by other people to transform his or her body to obtain a physical impairment,” says Alexandre Baril, a Quebec born academic who will present on “transability” at this week’s Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Ottawa.
–The world’s largest bee is a big, black wasp-like insect as long as an adult’s thumb, and it was extinct — or so scientists thought. The massive bee was rediscovered alive in Indonesia last month, decades after it was last seen. Wallace’s Giant Bee was named after discoverer Alfred Russell Wallace, who found the massive species. The last time a specimen was spotted was 1981. In January 2019, a group retraced Wallace’s steps and journeyed to Indonesia to see if they could find the bee. Their long trek paid off.
–One of Stephen Hawking’s nurses has been accused of “serious” misconduct over his care in a secret tribunal. Patricia Dowdy, 61, is being probed after a complaint by his family. She worked for the renowned physicist, who was confined to a wheelchair and cared for by private nurses, for 15 years before his death aged 76 last March. The allegations are so severe she has been suspended until a Nursing and Midwifery Council panel decides if she can continue in the profession. ”Hawking was taken to hospital with injuries that left his family concerned, such as a broken wrist, gashes to the face and a cut lip. It is not known whether this relates to Mrs. Dowdy’s case. The NMC said: “Hearings will usually take place in public. In some cases, there are reasons why this doesn’t happen due to health.” The hearing continues.
–The Moon made a U-Turn. So, yeah…

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