Friday, July 22, 2005

Are You High? Vol. 1

In a new addition to my blog, I will be adding, on a very random basis, (because I don't know if I can come up with shit like this all the time), some new hypothetical questions which you would likely need to be high in order to properly evaluate and answer. This first one came up today while I was driving in the van with one of my employee's, Matt.

I'm not sure how it came up, but we're not sure if there is a good answer, since it's hypothetical and we weren't high:

There are two people. One is a brain dead vegetable who has been in the hospital for a while and has little chance of being anything more than a lump. Physically, his body is in fine enough condition, but there is no chance he will regain his motor skills, etc. The second person has just gotten into a car accident which crushed his entire body from the waist down, and killed him.

In this hypothetical scenario, a brain transplant is possible. If it is possible for them to put person #2's brain into person #1's body, who would be considered the "donor" and who would be responsible for the medical bills associated with the transplant? Also, after the procedure is completed, who would the person be?

Fire up your bong and give me your thoughts? I'm gonna go take a dump now.

1 comment:

DeCoMpOsEd said...

person #1 would be the donor. and person #2 body might be a donor is whats left of his body is donated to someone else. as far as the medical bills i think person #2 should get the bills because ...well hes still living. but in most experimental surgerys the hospital would pay for it. as far as who he now is... hmmmm.. i only have mexican gold ...i need chronic to think that one through..or at least bc bud