The cause of death or injury in these instances is invariably linked to the aforementioned flaws in the clothing, but only ever appears to be an unrelated incident.
It was all Letterman could do to keep his focus on her cookbook and the guacamole recipe that she was presenting.
Turns out that she likes cilantro, but he has a genetic predisposition to find it soapy tasting.
Any information about this incident and/or the perpetrator of same should be reported immediately to senior staff.] ARTICLE: Lightweight scarf, dyed a number of colors IMPERFECTION(S): Heavily pulled seam caused scarf to be considerably shorter and tighter in the middle. ██████, wearing the item from SCP-025, was en route to the enclosure of SCP-███ on ██/██/████ for routine testing.
However, he diverged from his intended path and began in a direction towards an entirely separate wing of the facility.
Subject initially complained of boredom, then lay on his back and went to sleep.
After 2 hours and 14 minutes, two (2) of the fluorescent light tubes in the ceiling suddenly dislodged and fell.
He in turn overcame the subject with a knife, causing an inch-deep gash in D-778's left shoulder precisely at the point where the tuxedo's seam was ripped. SUBJECT: D-690, a 26-year-old white male ARTICLE: 2004 Boston Red Sox baseball cap IMPERFECTION(S): Missing size adjuster in back of cap; logo in front partially removed TEST RESULTS: Placed in a sealed room with the subject was a table on which were a loaded Jericho "Baby Eagle" 9mm handgun, a grill lighter, and a hatchet.
D-690 chose to wear the cap backward for the test; potential effects of this decision on the outcome of the test are unknown.
The round exited the subject near the part of the hat with the missing part of the logo.
SUBJECTS: D-736, a 22-year-old white male; D-771, a 23-year-old white male ARTICLE: Burgundy striped sweater vest, dating from 1973 IMPERFECTION(S): Article seemed to have been partially eaten by moths; several large holes in the front of the sweater TEST RESULTS: D-736 was asked by researching staff to wear the sweater vest, which he did under duress.
Later in the interview, Longoria confirmed that the cast of "Desperate Housewives" were in negotiations to return for an eighth and ninth season.