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This is true story of a writer who just re-watched the pilot episode of The Real World: New York , in which seven strangers were picked to live together to have their lives taped for the masses to consume and hopefully learn from. I vaguely recall watching this episode with a bit of interest mixed in with a fair amount of indifference. Who were these people and why were they on TV? Furthermore, was this entire show actually as "real" as it claimed to be? Well, 30 seasons later gawd , that makes me feel old , the longest-running show on MTV and the longest-running reality series ever doesn't feel as authentic as it was in the beginning.
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Taylor Momsen appears in a new spoken word music video for her band, The Pretty Reckless, in which she stands completely naked while reading a verse from her song "Under the Water" for Amp Rock TV's initiative, "The Words. The year-old rocker poetically reads off lyrics from the track, while black and white images of her body flash across the screen until it is revealed that she is, in fact, nude. Lay my head under the water, lay my head under the sea. Excuse me sir am I your daughter? Won't you take me back and see?
A century ago, however, the idea of looking inside the living body seemed absurd. Wilhelm Roentgen's X-ray image of his wife's shadowy hand--with her wedding band "floating" around a white bone--convinced doctors to rush the new tool into use for diagnosis and treatment. By the s, the technology was a commonplace wonder: army recruits had routinely lined up for chest X-rays during World War I, and children delighted in seeing the bones of their feet in the green glow of shoestore fluoroscopes. By the late s, the computer and television were linked to produce medical images that were as startling as Roentgen's original X-rays.