Obtaining a Brain

Michelle Burack maf2d at avery.med.Virginia.EDU
Sat Jun 7 23:52:07 EST 1997


nutty at brain  writes:
> Stephen Black (sblack at UBISHOPS.CA) wrote:
> : Which reminds me of the following story (excuse me, I can't help myself): 
> 
> : A researcher goes to a brain store to buy a brain. He's shown various 
> : models, ranging from $100 for the brain of a psychologist to $500 for the 
> : brain of a neuroscientist, with a sociologist's brain on special at $50.
> : However, there's also the brain of a lawyer for sale for $2000.
> 
> : Why, the researcher wants to know, is the brain of the lawyer so
> : expensive? The store-owner replies, "Because it's never been used." 
> 
> 
> As a researcher, I must another hypothesis :-)
> Its a composite brain. It takes a lot of lawyers to make up a single brain.
> --
> Madhusudan Natarajan		

Yeah, either that or it's so expensive because they're so rare!!


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