Re: Phattest  Ass

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_DoubleMeatWhopper, Mar 15, 2003.

  1. B_DoubleMeatWhopper

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    What is this doing here? If it belongs on LPSG at all, surely it should be in the Et Cetera category.
     
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    mindseye: From http://members.tripod.com/~Rambo_21/world.htm

    "The heaviest person in medical history was Jon Brower Minnoch of Bainbridge, WA, who had been obese since childhood. The 6-ft.-in. former taxi driver weighed 392 pounds in 1963 and 975 pounds in September 1976. In March 1978, Minnoch was rushed to University Hospital, Seattle, saturated with fluid and suffering from heart and respiratory failure. Consultant endocrinologist Dr. Robert Schwartz calulated that Minnoch must have weighed more than 1,400 pounds when he was admitted. After nearly 16 months on a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet, Minnoch was discharged at 476 pounds. In October 1981, he had to be readmitted, having put on 197 pounds. When he died on September 10, 1983 he weighed more than 798 pounds. This record was found in the 1998 edition [of the Guinness Book of World Records] on page 371."
     
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