(via mamajuanaa)Source: overlandempire
Soon you can again vote for whoever brought us here.
And you can abstain again, as you have been doing all the time.
When in doubt, you keep doing what you’ve been doing: keep your mouth shut, arms crossed and spend a lot of hours watching TV. There always be someone there to think on your feet.
In February 2002, Michael Gore broke his back in a work accident and lost all function and feeling in his legs. Using the Indego Exoskeleton, a device at the forefront of wearable robotics, Gore can now get up and walk again (see video).
With the Indego, patients with spinal cord injuries or with other motor problems strap their lower bodies into a piece of equipment that looks like leg braces. The Indego, however, uses sophisticated technology that does much more than just provide support. Gyroscopes and accelerators anticipate a patient’s steps by subtle upper body motion—similar to how a Segway works. Then, the Indego moves in concert with the patient’s leg to take a step. The wearer is using their own muscles to do the work, with a little extra help.
"I like people who shake others up and make them feel uncomfortable"
“Do you dare
you will fry
like the rest
And not for a
will I spare
in the frightening world
You are alone
& have no need of other
you & the child mother
who bore you
who weaned you
who made you man”
Happy Birthday Lizard King, Mr. Mojo Rising, Freedom Beast, my Wild Love…