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Tuesday night [his] gradfather died. He invented rewinding.

Tuesday night [his] gradfather died. He invented rewinding.
posted by GuyZero on Aug 14, 2008 - 58 comments

 

Iron Lung Patient Dies

Dianne Odell passed away today. After contracting polio at age 3, she spent 58 years in an iron lung. "It's the only thing I know," she said. "I'm comfortable with it. I've never had a bedsore, which is remarkable." In 1998 she got a computer and, using voice dictation software, wrote a childrens' book. She died after the power failed and family members were unable to start a backup generator. As late as 1988 polio was still present in 125 countries around the world. Today it has been eradicated in all but 7 countries.
posted by GuyZero on May 28, 2008 - 36 comments

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