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Phantom Limb

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Helga Walters \(Housekeeper\), Jan 10, 2004.

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  1. Hello everyone,

    Following his recent amputation, Mr. Harris claims to still feel both his
    arms, even though one of them is missing.

    This may not seem out of the ordinary; I understand many amputees experience
    whats known as 'Phantom Limb Syndrome'.

    However, what's surprising about this situation is that several of my female
    patients claim to have felt the phamtom limb too, especially in the shower
    room and the ladies lavatory. To make matters worse, the amputated arm also
    claims to be able to still feel Mr. Harris, and we're given to believe this
    is true following yesterdays demonstration of sponaneous ejaculation.

    We're lost as to how we should proceed; should we wait to see if the phamtom
    limb simply goes away of its own accord, or should we amputate Mr. Harris's
    legs to hinder its movements around the Home?

    Best wishes
    Helga Walters (Housekeeper)
    Little Boxes Nursing Home
    http://www.littleboxes.nl
     
  2. OK, but what does this have to do with EE?
     
  3. Have his penis amputated, so he will be relatively harmless.
     
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