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It’s great to get a good laugh, and that is exactly what you can get from these hilarious court situations. You wouldn’t stop laughing at least for few minutes.
ATTORNEY: Doctor , how many of your autopsies have you performed on dead people?
WITNESS: All of them. The live ones put up too much of a fight.
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One of the things that would fascinate you is the anatomy of your eyes. Your eye is shaped like a very small, round ball. It’s about one inch in diameter. While it sits in a cup-shaped eye socket made of bone, six small muscles hold the eyeball in place inside the socket and enable it to move in all directions.
The parts of they eye that enable you to see are: the cornea, iris, pupil, lens, retina, and optic nerve. The cornea is a clear, curved structure that helps protect the front of the eye and allows light to enter. Behind the cornea is the iris, which is the colored part of your eye (blue, green, brown, etc.) The small hole in the middle of the iris which looks like a black dot is your pupil.
Behind the pupil comes your lens, a curved, clear part of your eye that can change its shape to focus light. At the back of your eye is the retina, which is made up of a layer of light sensitive cells called rods and cones. Rods enable you to see in dim light, and they help you see things that are moving. cones enable you to see in moderate or bright light, and they allow you to see colors.
Your retina’s rods and cones capture light and change it into nerve, or electrical, impulses. These impulses travel along the optic nerve to your brain, which interprets them as visual images.
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. Hilarious court situations.