Playing modified game of Rock Paper Scissors w myself (in Australia RPS is known as Steve Croc Stingray). Writing beats Experience, Reading beats Writing, and Experience beats Reading.

James, Bushwick

Alamjan Nematilaev was the surviving host of a fetus in fetu. In 2003, aged 7, his school physician in Kazakhstan referred him to a hospital after movements were detected in the boy’s enlarged abdomen. An operation intended to remove a cyst uncovered the fetus of Alamjan’s identical twin brother, which had lived as parasitic growth inside the boy throughout his entire life. The fetus was comparatively highly developed, with hair, arms, fingers, nails, legs, toes, genitals, a head, and a vague approximation of a face.[7][8]