From Pine View Farm

Cosmetology 5



Parted Disjoined.




  1. Karen

    November 27, 2006 at 8:34 am

    Thank you, Frank. I think I’ve now heard it all.

  2. Frank

    November 27, 2006 at 5:13 pm

    Oh, ye of little faith.

    Remember, do not try to make anything idiot-proof. God will simply invent a better idiot.

  3. Opie

    November 27, 2006 at 8:55 pm

    It’s less disturbing to me than the trend of underage breast implant surgeries I’ve heard about. I heard a story somewhere about a youth pastor who asked one of his group why a certain girl was absent from a party, and the reply was that she was at home recovering from breast implant surgery her parents had paid for as a high school graduation gift. Somethin’ aint right there.

  4. Frank

    November 28, 2006 at 7:27 am

    Updated 11/28/06 13:45 -5 GMT

    Assuming that’s not an urban legend (and given the times I doubt it is), yeah.

    Forgetting all the other arguments against it, underage is too young to know if implants would be needed wanted–she may not be grown yet.

    Oh, forget it, I don’t believe in cosmetic implants.

    Want to know why? Go for a nice stroll at Rehoboth on a summer day–you can pick out the ladies with implants. They are the ones standing at attention while they nap on the beach.

    That’s just not right.

    Nothing beats nature.

  5. Karen

    November 28, 2006 at 7:44 am

    I’ve seen girls as young as 16-17 on the plastic surgery shows (no, I don’t watch them)that are going in WITH THEIR MOTHERS, to have implants installed. There are too many issues to address just what all is wrong with that mentality. With the mother, daughter, & surgeon. It seems that nobody believes in the human perfection anymore.

    My daughter spent 10 years working for an OB/GYN. She told me years ago that the way to tell if a chest is “artificial”, look at the woman wearing it when she lies down. Standing at attention is the description she used then. Gross.