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#196 - Picture 12/23/2012 on Well shit... 0
#1 - Picture 12/23/2012 on wut. +2
#149 - < I think every song I've ever listened to goes to this gif  [+] (3 replies) 12/23/2012 on Synchronized dance..... +1
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#165 - gunslayer (12/23/2012) [-]
Slayer - Death's Head.

It's not fitting, but surprisingly matches it.
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#194 - andnowducks (01/29/2013) [-]
Through the fire and flames kind of fits.
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#178 - bknob (12/23/2012) [-]
Best song that fits is Amon Amarth's "War of the Gods". And now I must listen to Deaths Head..good song.
#123 - Yep, that's actually the reason. There have been cases of peop…  [+] (3 replies) 12/22/2012 on Guns bad. +1
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#158 - MacheteJoe (12/23/2012) [-]
Incorrect but thanks for playing

hypodermic needles are used to inject something into a person so the needles are factory sterilized. Why would they go out of their way to not sterilize a fraction of a percent of their product because its not needed? Everyone is putting way to much thought into this.
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#167 - bknob (12/23/2012) [-]
Actually, they still sterilize it anyways, even it was sterilized at the factory. It's precautions within how they do needles everywhere. A needle can get contaminated at any point so they always sterilize it to be sure. It's also a way to make sure there are no other chemicals which could contaminate the needle, causing a different cause of death (or not even kill them) then what was legal. It's just to be extra careful within the system, and if there at any point is some way it was messed up, it can always come back to the person who injected it and the government, so why wouldn't they worry about liability? There's more than one reason as to why they sterilize it.
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#166 - kyrian (12/23/2012) [-]
You're missing the point. It's to reuse the same needle. NOT buying unsterilized needles.
#176 - Picture 12/21/2012 on Keep smiling 0