Oh and I love old medical equipment and the ******** things they used to do in the name of science/medicine.
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I like true crime as well, although it freaks me out too much so I try and avoid it. Vaccines interest me - often I will read studies just because I have time on my hands.
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19-05-2015 10:30 #15
I think this is the first time I have read couple of true crime novels. I am interested in how the crimes are solved. I would like to watch the show about Milat, but it is on too late for me. I like spiritual things, and paranormal. also historical stuff. it is interesting how society and medicine, and religion have all evolved. marie.
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19-05-2015 12:05 #17
Something unusual that I am passionate about is the poor way people with dwarfism are/can be treated so openly. This stems from my close relationship with a little girl with dwarfism almost 10 years ago now, but hearing the jokes made makes my blood boil. I think it is the only thing that has led me to delete someone off Facebook (when they made a joke about someone with dwarfism and seeing all the 'likes' and comments.. How is that still acceptable in this day and age?!). Even main****** media do it. I don't understand it.. No one would tolerate someone with Down's syndrome being ridiculed in such a cruel way. Anyway, I can rant about it for ages yet I feel like everyone else thinks it's no biggie.
19-05-2015 12:14 #18
I love watching shows about natural disasters - storms, earthquakes, tornadoes etc.
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19-05-2015 12:20 #19
Ah, my people
I'm really intrigued by serial killers and watch lots of true crime and jail shows.
I also read coroner's court findings and also district, supreme and appeals court judgements.
A lot of people don't realise you can actually sit in the public gallery and watch court proceedings, if you get the chance to sit in on a big trial it's worth doing. I would love to be on a jury but I wouldn't be allowed to do it because of my job.
19-05-2015 12:23 #20
Serial killers, abandoned places, list verse crime lists, real life crime stories, psychology! Lots of things really!
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