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10 Unexpected Ways American Culture Translates Overseas
10 Unexpected Ways American Culture Translates Overseas - Listverse
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Rolo shows her various artifacts, all related to illicit technology that he had been involved with. He describes several stories connected to them. Peter Dawson, a doctor who developed a device that allowed him to experience the pain of his patients to aid in diagnosis, but soon found pain giving way to addictive pleasure, and eventually killed a man to experience the sensation.