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Society’s Mark

by on Aug.17, 2014, under Art, Culture, Health, Kids, Religion

Body modification has been a tradition for some people for hundreds of years. The Padaung, in Burma, are part of the Karen Lahwi ethnic group. Padaung01 From an early age, the women wear rings, with more added periodically to make their necks longer. Padaung02 A long neck is considered by the group to be a sign of beauty. Paduang03 Their dedication to the tradition continues so they can be the most beautiful women of the tribe. Stretching and ritual scarification are seen as a form of initiation into adulthood; expression of art; or it may distinguish a village or tribe. scar_ethiopa01 In Djougou, Benin, tribal scars are displayed proudly. They aren't just for tribal identity. They also convey personal information. scar05 They need to be done at a young age, but due to their importance, the kids are anxious to get it done. CHU Liege Sart Tilman  Accueil entrŽe verrire They happily participate in the joyous ritual. Child during a Scarification Ceremony The pain is brief. Child during a Scarification Ceremony But the scars last for a lifetime. Child during a Scarification Ceremony Eventually the wounds heal. scar06 The Chambri tribe in Papua, New Guinea, scarify to pay tribute to their origin legend. chambri_manfrom They believe that man evolved from crocodiles, and became land-dwelling when they emerged from the Sepik River, which runs along the Chambri Lake. chambri_croc01 So they scar their bodies to resemble crocodile skin. chambri_croc03 The wounds have to heal in a controlled way to raise the scars so prominently. chambri_croc02 The process is incredibly painful. chambri_croc04 This video shows how these scars are made. Circumcision is another popular body modification. It signifies that a boy is a full-fledged adult member of a tribe, with the accompanying privileges, such as hunting, becoming a warrior, and taking a wife. The Ndebele, a bantu-speaking tribe from South Africa and Zimbabwe, has a two month circumcision ritual, during which each boy receives a tribal name that identifies him for life. ukuwela The Xhosa smear the lucky man with mud after the ritual is complete to insure that he will turn the color of manhood. RP939cm05.tif Although these rituals have been performed hundreds of times, there are sometimes complications. Here are pictures of some of them. We're more of a fan of temporary tattoos. ttat2 They can express your tribal affiliation and personality without all the trauma. ttat3  
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The Man Inside

by on Jan.26, 2013, under Animals, Food, Miscellaneous, Nature


"Give me a hand over here. It's still armed."

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каким крокодила

by on Jul.09, 2011, under Crime, Culture, Drugs, Health

Russia is thought to have more heroin users than any other country in the world – up to two million, according to unofficial estimates. Most addicts commit street crimes to support their habit: Many end up in prison, contract hepatitis or HIV, and die young. Russian addicts consume 75 to 80 tons of Afghan heroin each year, and an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 Russians die in drug-related incidents annually.

A couple enjoys the glamor of heroin use

Efforts to stem the flow of Afghan heroin into Russia have had some limited success, and the price of heroin has climbed, making it unobtainable for some addicts,

So the lower echelons of the drug society had to find an alternative. Codeine is readily available over the counter in Russia. Add some gasoline, paint thinner, hydrochloric acid, iodine and red phosphorous scraped from matche, and a sterile environment.

You end up with desomorphine. It's much more powerful than heroin, and can be made at a small fraction of the cost. But there are side effects, like the one that gives it its street name, Krokodil.

It was given its reptilian name because it rapidly turns the skin scaly. As you continue to use it, the side effects get worse.

The skin turns gray, and literally rots and falls away

exposing muscle and bone. If you miss the vein, there's an immediate abscess.

Most users are aware of the side effects, and go back to heroin as soon as they can afford it,

Hopefully before something falls off.

So stay away from krokodil and stick with heroin.

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