NASA Test Subjects Paid to Stay in Bed Three Straight Months

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Date: July 31st, 2008

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Texas – The test subjects are paid $10 per hour, or about $17,000 over the course of the study, which is carried out at the University of Texas, according to a report by MyFOXHouston.com. They spend three months lying down, and the preparation and rehabilitation take up another month. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News Marketplace3balls Golf
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2 Responses to “NASA Test Subjects Paid to Stay in Bed Three Straight Months”

  1. any mouse Says:

    Wait a minute, if I decided to stay in bed for 3 months people would say I am clinically depressed, put me on medication, send me to an institution, and make me see a shrink until I am cured. Yet they are paying people to do this for “research” for NASA? Where the hell do I sign up?

  2. joe Says:

    I WANT THIS JOB REALLY BAD!! I ALMOST DO THAT NOW!! WOW, A JOB WHERE I CAN LIE AROUND, DO NOTHING AND GET PAID FOR IT!

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