FRANZ KAFKA, MEN’S OUTERWEAR DESIGNER posted 8:45 PM He was slim but firmly built, his clothes were black and close-fitting, with many folds and pockets, buckles and buttons and a belt, all of which gave the impression of being very practical but without making it very clear what they were actually for.
"Who are you?" asked K., sitting half upright in his bed.
“With funding from the foundation, he [Russian neurophysiologist Yuri Moskalenko] is exploring the idea that people with Alzheimer’s disease could be treated by drilling a hole in their skull. In fact, he is so convinced of the benefits of trepanation that he claims it may help anyone from their mid-40s onwards to slow or even reverse the process of age-related cognitive decline.”—
See? I’ve always said it: Trepanation is great fun for the whole family!