Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

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In this video, ONN reports on a newly published study indicating that repeatedly stabbing monkeys with sharpened objects may have an adverse effect on their health and longevity [1:08]

Comments

  1. #1 becca
    July 9, 2009

    Clearly a ploy by BigPharma to market anti-stabbing drugs to people who don’t need them.

  2. #2 kat
    July 10, 2009

    this is animal abuse. where’s PETA when you need them??

  3. #3 anon
    July 10, 2009

    this is satire. where is intelligence when you need it??

  4. #4 PhatChance
    July 10, 2009

    “This is animal abuse!”
    *beat*
    “THIS IS SATIRRRE!” *kicks*

  5. #5 huh
    July 11, 2009

    This is a joke right? wtf?

  6. #6 huh
    July 11, 2009

    This is a joke right? wtf?

  7. #7 low_rida
    July 11, 2009

    its the onion news… of course its real

  8. #8 news ticker
    July 11, 2009

    I like the ticker at the bottom.

    Giraffe mauling tops the list of least likely way to die.

    Phoenix, AZ the most likely city to die in during a layover.

    I didn’t hear how much the monkeys bled. They need to do another study to see how much blood each money looses per stab wound. Will a monkey bleed out after two stab wounds? three?

  9. #9 SB420
    July 11, 2009

    Seriously? You can hurt animals just by stabbing them? That’s some groundbreaking news there.

    this has to be satire.

  10. #10 Jonathan
    July 11, 2009

    Just an FYI. The Onion is a website made ONLY for sarcasm.