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This Bad Boy: My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to rest.
This Bad Boy: My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to rest.

My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to...

This Bad Boy: My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to rest.
This Bad Boy: My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to rest.

My husband and I finally talked his dad into upgrading from his iphone4. It was a tough battle but now we can finally put this bad boy to...

This Bad Boy: Nothing’s getting past this bad boy!
This Bad Boy: Nothing’s getting past this bad boy!

Nothing’s getting past this bad boy!

This Bad Boy: I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up
This Bad Boy: I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up

I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up

This Bad Boy: I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up by brohemianrasputin MORE MEMES
This Bad Boy: I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up by brohemianrasputin
MORE MEMES

I did this cuz of the pointing meme so I dug this bad boy up by brohemianrasputin MORE MEMES

This Bad Boy: derryderrydown: thecringeandwincefactory: meowren: malchay: So, I looked in the comments, expecting to see discourse or historical background etc, but I found none. Therefore, I decided to learn more and add background. Apparently this machine was used because of polio because polio paralyzes your lungs. According to the wiki article on this bad boy, patients would spend two weeks in there sometimes. They still have these machines, though much, much more modern but they’re barely used at all anymore: “In 1959, there were 1,200 people using tank respirators in the United States, but by 2004 there were only 39. By 2014, there were only 10 people left with an iron lung.” (x) I’ve read about one man who still lives in an iron lung. He taught himself how to breathe again by gulping down air, but it’s quite laborious because of the paralysis. His name is Paul Alexander, and he’s a lawyer. He’s 71 years old and has spent 65 years in an iron lung. Wild, right? He’s been working on a memoir that he was inspired to write by the recent resurgence of cases of polio caused by anti-vaccers. Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4414081 (can’t hyperlink because I’m on mobile, apologies) It’s amazing to me to recognize that we only defeated polio in this past century - that my mother’s father had it (he got lucky, it only deformed his feet and thereby kept him out of a couple wars); my mother got the big vaccination that left her upper arm scarred; and by the time I was vaccinated, polio basically didn’t exist. My grandfather must have been born like around 1900, so - in the space of less than 75 years, this was no longer something that parents dreaded the possibility of every summer. In the 1950s, my mother would go to the corner shop. The owners had a daughter a few years older than my mum. She lived in an iron lung in the back of the shop.Vaccinate your fucking kids.
This Bad Boy: derryderrydown:
thecringeandwincefactory:

meowren:

malchay:

So, I looked in the comments, expecting to see discourse or historical background etc, but I found none. Therefore, I decided to learn more and add background. Apparently this machine was used because of polio because polio paralyzes your lungs. According to the wiki article on this bad boy, patients would spend two weeks in there sometimes. They still have these machines, though much, much more modern but they’re barely used at all anymore: “In 1959, there were 1,200 people using tank respirators in the United States, but by 2004 there were only 39. By 2014, there were only 10 people left with an iron lung.” (x)

I’ve read about one man who still lives in an iron lung. He taught himself how to breathe again by gulping down air, but it’s quite laborious because of the paralysis. His name is Paul Alexander, and he’s a lawyer. He’s 71 years old and has spent 65 years in an iron lung. Wild, right? He’s been working on a memoir that he was inspired to write by the recent resurgence of cases of polio caused by anti-vaccers.
Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4414081 (can’t hyperlink because I’m on mobile, apologies)

It’s amazing to me to recognize that we only defeated polio in this past century - that my mother’s father had it (he got lucky, it only deformed his feet and thereby kept him out of a couple wars); my mother got the big vaccination that left her upper arm scarred; and by the time I was vaccinated, polio basically didn’t exist. My grandfather must have been born like around 1900, so - in the space of less than 75 years, this was no longer something that parents dreaded the possibility of every summer.

In the 1950s, my mother would go to the corner shop. The owners had a daughter a few years older than my mum. She lived in an iron lung in the back of the shop.Vaccinate your fucking kids.

derryderrydown: thecringeandwincefactory: meowren: malchay: So, I looked in the comments, expecting to see discourse or historical bac...

This Bad Boy: SPaccDasoA 2D SPACEDRGO Paca space-dragon14: First time drawing: GIGAN!i loved how this bad boy turned out, sorry for the inactivity once again, commissions takes me a lot of time!
This Bad Boy: SPaccDasoA
 2D
 SPACEDRGO
 Paca
space-dragon14:

First time drawing: GIGAN!i loved how this bad boy turned out, sorry for the inactivity once again, commissions takes me a lot of time!

space-dragon14: First time drawing: GIGAN!i loved how this bad boy turned out, sorry for the inactivity once again, commissions takes me...

This Bad Boy: bet you can’t beat this bad boy
This Bad Boy: bet you can’t beat this bad boy

bet you can’t beat this bad boy

This Bad Boy: lipisi2chainz: starbuckers: Who needs an iPhone when you have this bad boy Is that ios 8?
This Bad Boy: lipisi2chainz:

starbuckers:

Who needs an iPhone when you have this bad boy

Is that ios 8?

lipisi2chainz: starbuckers: Who needs an iPhone when you have this bad boy Is that ios 8?