Toxicity of HARD silicone implants
bhatch at netcom.com
Thu Nov 23 13:04:59 EST 1995
On 1995/10/01 mciriell at mailbox.syr.edu (Marc Ciriello) wrote:
> I am considering having a chin implant put in to augment my chin. I have
Well, we'd hope you were getting a chin-implant to augment
your chinny-chin-chin, and not your bunny-bun-bum.
> read some rather distubing information about hard silicone implants. The
No, you don't want a glass chin -- trust me on that one.
> information I read stated that there has been some concern over the bio
> compatability of silicone, much like the breast implant debate. I have
> also heard other who recommended I get a ceramic or titanium implant
> instead. Are these better? Any input would help.
Well, a titanium chin would be much better than a glass chin.
However, I think you should go for the ceramic Chia-chin. I understand
green goatees are 'in' this year. Probably really augment your face
Ilena Rose <ilena at connectnet.com> responded to Freshman-Marc with this:
>ewsgroup called alt.support.breast-implant to enable people worldwide to
>communicate & share information on this issue.
>Silicone is known to be a highly toxic substance & there are always infinite
>other undesirable substances mixed in.
Infinite?! That sure is a lot! I'll bet you got that from
some unflawed study. Right?
>Some people seem to have horrific
>reactions just having the silicone in their systems - others have no problems
>for years - then suddenly their health deteriorates. Most breast implants do
>leak & many rupture - shooting the toxins into the system.
Darwinism In Action! Those bubble-brained bimbos wanted nice
plastic titties and now they're paying the price!
Nobody with a brain more massive than a goddamn pea would actually
ask, let alone pay, to have some gooey foreign substance enclosed in a
ziploc baggy, surgically implanted in their titties.
I don't give a damn what doctors told those morons either. Common
sense would have ruled, if those morons had normal reasoning capabilities.
I really love the excuses I read too. "But they said it was safe!
I shouldn't be held accountable, in any way, shape or form <hee> for my
actions." Yeesh! Then theres; "It's society's fault that I HAD to have
implants. I don't want to be imperfect -- like common people."
The *good* news is that we can look forward to those morons
being purged from the global gene pool!
Just think; the womyn that decided on the common run-of-the-mill
falsies, toilet paper shoved in their bras, or able to live with who they
are -- are still running around and leading normal lives.
>Keep inquiring & don't be fooled by flawed studies.
Good advice there, Ilena! When you don't hear what you want, go
to someone else. Then, when you hear what you want -- ignore common
>BTW, I have a friend who has cheek & chin implants, & when his girlfriend
>slammed the door on his cheek, he's been lopsided & scarred since.
Yes! More Darwinism In Action. Damn shame he didn't have a
dick-implant. That way when he'd be purged from the Gene Pool now.
You seem to hang around a lot of plastic people. Plastic
titties, plastic faces, plastic bubble-brains...
>My very best,
Roberta Hatch '65 Panhead
Dykes on Bikes, San Francisco, Ca. (This space for rent)
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