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Entropic Words from Neilathotep

Tuesday, August 12, 2008


You know what’s kind of funny. How things can have flavors, even though you don’t put them in your mouth. In particular, I’m talking about injected medicines. MRI contrast dye is very metallic tasting. It’s put in your arm, and you feel warm, going up your arm, to you shoulder. And then you feel like you are chewing on a piece of metal, except you aren’t. Even more interesting is the contrast they use for an angiogram, which tastes like metal and also gives you fireworks in your eyes!

I really hope to not deal with either of these again, at least for a very very long time.

posted by neil at 1:36 pm
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