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on: September 08, 2008, 11:51:59 AM
Frankenstein doctors, ounce upon a time doctors had their patient's welfare as their paramount importance, it was called ethics.
This is rapidly being replaced by the buck. Every day we see examples of celebs having new boobs, new lips, liposuction anything you want as long as you pay your Frankenstein obscene amounts of money. But what we are really seeing is mutilation and disfigurement.  Even young girls are now getting mummy and daddy to pay for some new tits, even before they have matured.
Bee stung, read grotesque. Just one example a big brother contestant who craves publicity in the UK, Jane Goody, there are countless others, actresses and wannabees who end up looking like freaks.


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Reply #1 on: September 08, 2008, 09:25:56 PM
That's sad.  I know a young girl who had tooth implants, hair extensions, a fake tan, and whose mom padded her bra for beauty pageants.  By 16 she had permanent eyeliner and had visited several doctors for consultations on both a nose job and breast implants.  Her mother's reasoning was that her looks were what her daughter banked on.  She did pageants every single week, and planned on being a model.  Her mother thought there was no problem in not learning any other skill or talent, but to work solely on looking "perfect". 

I just feel bad for people who rely only on their looks.  What do you do when you don't have them anymore?



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Reply #2 on: September 09, 2008, 05:29:54 AM
I have heard that in Texas it is fairly common for girls to get breast implants for their sixteenth birthday.



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Reply #3 on: September 09, 2008, 07:44:47 AM
.. but to work solely on looking "perfect". 

I just feel bad for people who rely only on their looks.  What do you do when you don't have them anymore?

Depends what the person is into?
Spokesperson, local news, college, politics?

Or

Enter chatrooms and hope links and storytelling skills make up for the lack of a cam?  :D



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Reply #4 on: September 09, 2008, 08:00:44 AM


Depends what the person is into?
Spokesperson, local news, college, politics?



Yeah having balloon lips and tits like zeppelins should serve all the above well, whether they are male or female.



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Reply #5 on: September 09, 2008, 08:54:14 AM
And yet there are all kinds of studies that show prettier people are more likely to get jobs from interviews, etc.  Sad for everyone really.



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Reply #6 on: September 09, 2008, 12:47:33 PM
And yet there are all kinds of studies that show prettier people are more likely to get jobs from interviews, etc.  Sad for everyone really.

The "prettier people" line reminds me of part of Rick Perlstein's book Nixonland.

http://www.latimes.com/features/books/la-bk-newton18-2008may18,0,3947190.story

"The Franklins were the dapper, refined Big Men on Campus; in the larger story of "Nixonland," they are the Ivy Leaguers, the U.S. Supreme Court clerks, men of privilege like Alger Hiss and Jack Kennedy, Jerry Voorhis and Eugene McCarthy. This was not Nixon, who co-founded the Orthogonians for the strivers and loners, the shirt-sleeved and tough. Nixon, as is well known, met his wife by driving her on dates with other men, simmering and persisting until eventually she accepted him. He was drawn to others like himself, and he found them on the outskirts of every kind of organization, even in sports, where most observers saw glamour or fame. "It was an eminently Nixonian insight," Perlstein writes, "that on every sports team there are only a couple of stars, and that if you want to win the loyalty of the team for yourself, the surest, if least glamorous, strategy is to concentrate on the non-spectacular -- silent -- majority. The ones who labor quietly, sometimes resentfully, in the quarterback's shadow: the linemen, the guards, the punter.""