1. #47761

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    <h2>A man who gave himself a DIY circumcision using nail clippers was taken to
    hospital for emergency treatment.

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    The young man had to be rushed to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage,
    Hertfordshire. The wound was disinfected to cleanse it before he was given a
    bed in an observation ward.
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    "This is something we would advise men never to attempt," a medic
    said, "The results can be quite horrific and long-lasting and have
    quite an affect on a man's sexual performance.
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  2. #47762

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]
    <H2>A man who gave himself a DIY circumcision using nail clippers was taken to hospital for emergency treatment. </H2>


    The young man had to be rushed to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The wound was disinfected to cleanse it before he was given a bed in an observation ward. </P>


    "This is something we would advise men never to attempt," a medic said, "The results can be quite horrific and long-lasting and have quite an affect on a man's sexual performance. </P>



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    Ohhhhhhh Good Lord.................................this type of operation is best left to the professionals LOL</P>


    What was this guy thinking?.....wait.......maybe I don't want to know[]</P>

  3. #47763

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]
    <H2>A man who gave himself a DIY circumcision using nail clippers was taken to hospital for emergency treatment. </H2>


    The young man had to be rushed to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The wound was disinfected to cleanse it before he was given a bed in an observation ward. </P>


    "This is something we would advise men never to attempt," a medic said, "The results can be quite horrific and long-lasting and have quite an affect on a man's sexual performance. </P>



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    lol... The guy had to be high, and numb from some painkiller. If you interviewed 10,000 uncircumcized males, I doubt you'd find a single one who would contemplate such a procedure.</P>

  4. #47764

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    [quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bigblue4417"]
    <H2>A man who gave himself a DIY circumcision using nail clippers was taken to hospital for emergency treatment. </H2>


    The young man had to be rushed to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The wound was disinfected to cleanse it before he was given a bed in an observation ward. </P>


    "This is something we would advise men never to attempt," a medic said, "The results can be quite horrific and long-lasting and have quite an affect on a man's sexual performance. </P>



    </P>


    [/quote]</P>


    lol... The guy had to be high, and numb from some painkiller. If you interviewed 10,000 uncircumcized males, I doubt you'd find a single one who would contemplate such a procedure.</P>


    [/quote]</P>


    LOL maybe he fiqured "chicks" just didn't "dig" his hood............. Glad mine was taken care of right after birth....................somewhere around then...........I don't recall the exact events[]</P>

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    [quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bigblue4417"]
    <h2>A man who gave himself a DIY circumcision using nail clippers was taken to hospital for emergency treatment. </h2>


    The young man had to be rushed to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The wound was disinfected to cleanse it before he was given a bed in an observation ward. </p>


    "This is something we would advise men never to attempt," a medic said, "The results can be quite horrific and long-lasting and have quite an affect on a man's sexual performance. </p>



    </p>


    [/quote]</p>


    lol... The guy had to be high, and numb from some painkiller. If you interviewed 10,000 uncircumcized males, I doubt you'd find a single one who would contemplate such a procedure.</p>[/quote]

    OUCH!!!! What a fool!!!!



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    snip- <font size="6">SNAP </font>

    ...what a dingleberry...

    speaking of, are those still attached ?


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  7. #47767

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    Toyota Motor Corp. today unveiled its recent research controlling of
    powered wheel-chairs via “imaginary hand and foot control.” In other
    words, the simple thought of moving your left foot would turn your
    chair to the left and so on. The interface, strangely yet appropriately
    reminiscent of Dr. Xavier’s Cerebro helmet, reads brain-wave activity
    for the system to translate into wheelchair movement.

    Think of it this
    way - Imagine you could squeeze out your thoughts, pour it through a
    strainer, pick out the important shiny bits while discarding all the
    web-surfing and your ex’s nagging to construct a coherent thought.
    That’s how it works.The existence of thought-controlled wheelchairs is
    nothing new, but the speed and accuracy of this bleeding-edge of
    technology is. While previous attempts could take an eternity of
    several seconds between thought and motion, Toyota claims system
    feedback within 125 milliseconds and up to 95 percent accuracy.

    Mind Power

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    ...yeah but you still need the Matrix of Leadership [:|]


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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="giantyankee1976"]snip- <font size="6">SNAP </font>

    ...what a dingleberry...

    speaking of, are those still attached ?
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    I don't think his brain is attached to his head!!!

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Toyota Motor Corp. today unveiled its recent research controlling of
    powered wheel-chairs via “imaginary hand and foot control.” In other
    words, the simple thought of moving your left foot would turn your
    chair to the left and so on. The interface, strangely yet appropriately
    reminiscent of Dr. Xavier’s Cerebro helmet, reads brain-wave activity
    for the system to translate into wheelchair movement.

    Think of it this
    way - Imagine you could squeeze out your thoughts, pour it through a
    strainer, pick out the important shiny bits while discarding all the
    web-surfing and your ex’s nagging to construct a coherent thought.
    That’s how it works.The existence of thought-controlled wheelchairs is
    nothing new, but the speed and accuracy of this bleeding-edge of
    technology is. While previous attempts could take an eternity of
    several seconds between thought and motion, Toyota claims system
    feedback within 125 milliseconds and up to 95 percent accuracy.

    Mind Power
    [/quote]

    I just watched a report on this literally 5 minutes ago. I think this is great for people are can't speak or are parallized. We are all lucky we can get up and do whatever we want every morning.

    I can't imagine people who can't move, it's like living in a closet with no way out.....at least now they can communicate, and breath a little....


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