A Nurse with a Gun

Friday, March 13, 2009

Beauty

13 Comments:

Anonymous SeaBat said...

WOW, what a great Lady.
Inspiration abounds.

5:24 PM  
Blogger Isaac PC said...

Awesome video. Very attractive young lady. Very intelligent as well. She's not disabled by any stretch of the imagination.

7:36 PM  
Blogger Brandon said...

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10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wooow, does anyone else think of Nueromancer by William Gibson?
Or Blade Runner by Philip K Dick?

I have an over imaginative mind.

Cool tech. One day it might mean, soldiers who lose their limbs in combat will be sent back out after a replacement.
At what point is that immoral? If, I may ask the men and women in the Service.

10:38 PM  
Blogger Dan said...

Awesome... in the strictest sense of the word.

Prior combat arms... I have wondered in the past how to best handle a physical deficiency, should I have one bestowed upon me. That young lady, in less than ten minutes, just changed my mind about physical deficiencies. Not by her beauty, not by her eloquence, not by the fact that she can change height... by the fact that she can wear a bowling ball (leg or octopus-shaped that it is) as an augmentation.

How different that one word makes it... augmentation. Perfect.

And, Brandon, IMHO it becomes immoral when they are repaired against their will and sent back against their will. While service means that you have signed your name on the dotted line, immorality begins when you remove the few choices that remain.

11:10 PM  
OpenID reflectoscope said...

I wonder if I will see the day when someone deliberately has their original bits replaced with something artificial.

Jim

5:23 AM  
Anonymous Regolith said...

I was wondering where I recognized her from...

One of my art professors forced us to sit through "The Cremaster Cycle." It was definately not one of the better films I've watched (though not as hard as the documentary about that fool who got himself and his girlfriend up in Alaska eaten alive by bears that the professor also made us sit through).

She is definitely beautiful and intelligent though. Her part was one of the few good ones in that film. She should have turned that director down...

5:31 AM  
Anonymous Mr.Potato said...

Could we get a pair made for our economy?

8:15 AM  
Anonymous Stevie Reno said...

Human Spirit , Nothing can stop it.

9:40 AM  
Blogger Me said...

My kinda gal...literally.

And that video is just perfect for a young amputee that I know who is having trouble with the appearance of her leg.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Brian Dale said...

Wow. Knockout speaker sharing a knockout collection of ideas and images. Lots of good bits; my favorite is her friend reacting, "But...Aimee, that's not fair" when seeing that Ms. Mullins could choose any height she wanted.

Fantastic stuff.

wv = "progent." Profound and cogent, like the video.

7:12 PM  
Blogger cathy said...

thanx so much... my wife has to deal with MS, which in her case means learning to live with legs that don't work like the ones she played soccer and basketball on in hi-school, she stumbles and falls and tears her hose and her slacks but replacing them is a small price to pay for her spirit and courage to continue to do the things that we who are not challenged take for granted, someday perhaps prosthetics will offer her a chance to beat this nemisis, thanks for giving us some hope

6:33 PM  
Blogger cathy said...

thanx so much... my wife has to deal with MS, which in her case means learning to live with legs that don't work like the ones she played soccer and basketball on in hi-school, she stumbles and falls and tears her hose and her slacks but replacing them is a small price to pay for her spirit and courage to continue to do the things that we who are not challenged take for granted, someday perhaps prosthetics will offer her a chance to beat this nemisis, thanks for giving us some hope

6:35 PM  

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