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Railroad Tracks Therapy (17 pics)

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  • 8 Aug, 2011  |
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Railroad tracks therapy is taking Indonesia by storm. People believe that such therapy can cure various diseases because of the train electricities.

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№1 Author: plaidpancake (8 Aug 2011 02:00) Total user comments: 2475


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seems kinda sucidal, i dont understand it
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№2 Author: pash.maloo (8 Aug 2011 02:46) Total user comments: 1713


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or is it mass planking ?
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№3 Author: felipe (8 Aug 2011 04:36) Total user comments: 54


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dumb 13
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№4 Author: Link was here (8 Aug 2011 07:06) Total user comments: 1329


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They're on the wrong track!
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№5 Author: Royal (8 Aug 2011 07:23) Total user comments: 549


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Probably more helpful than aroma therapy. Well, from an over population angle...
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№6 Author: Lord Dodo (8 Aug 2011 10:02) Total user comments: 2064


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It really helps =) One Train and you don't have to care about any diseases after that 04 07 06
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№7 Author: thesoulshaker (8 Aug 2011 12:32) Total user comments: 1384


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This happened after a women found about a rumor.. She turned to train track therapy last year after hearing about an ethnic Chinese man who was partially paralyzed by a stroke going to the tracks to kill himself, but instead finding himself cured.


Read more at: http://www.ndtv.com/article/wo
rld/terrifying-railroad-therap
y-places-sick-people-on-tracks
-123960&cp
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№8 Author: GrinningRat (8 Aug 2011 13:13) Total user comments: 244


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Well, actually, electricity can realy help...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T
ranscutaneous_electrical_nerve
_stimulation
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№9 Author: mahedi (8 Aug 2011 14:02) Total user comments: 10772


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Fools world 13
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№10 Author: Shadoglare (8 Aug 2011 14:55) Total user comments: 499


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You know, Western medicine isn't perfect, but it's sure as hell is better than laying across a set of railroad tracks and hoping they magically cure what ails ya. Jeeze.
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№11 Author: SheepsInn (8 Aug 2011 15:12) Total user comments: 931


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At least lying on the track wont cost anything. Its worth a shot. This may be the only means they have to help themselves.
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№12 Author: ImKindaAwesome (8 Aug 2011 17:35) Total user comments: 714


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What mastermind convinced these idiots that this is a good i dea. I think its a practical joke that went to far.
Next Step - If your hands bigger then your face your showing signs of improvement! 33
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№13 Author: Pilgrim (8 Aug 2011 18:17) Total user comments: 2288


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№14 Author: Lu (8 Aug 2011 20:30) Total user comments: 15082


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One day this government is going to have a lot of spare parts to sell.
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№15 Author: apari (8 Aug 2011 21:46) Total user comments: 827


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Hey, if the electricity doesn't cure you, stay there and the train will!
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№16 Author: asthma (8 Aug 2011 23:48) Total user comments: 12


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abnormality is infinite
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№17 Author: adzhoe (9 Aug 2011 06:15) Total user comments: 14959


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They are supposed to be waiting for the train. Kinda like the game of chicken....whoever stays on the track the longest as the train approaches, Wins!..or something like that...
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№18 Author: raymond.wendt (10 Aug 2011 06:47) Total user comments: 9115


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well, even if it had a placebo effect, it's still good for them. 04
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№19 Author: Bengal (26 Aug 2011 14:19) Total user comments: 90


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92 my country... 13
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№20 Author: asep.gelo (14 Nov 2011 19:19) Total user comments: 146


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man. oh please. someone must make a research of it, and make some cheap therapy tool. 63
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