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(MSNBC)   Doctors show gender bias for knee replacement surgery, complained women's knees were too sharp, way below their standards   (msnbc.msn.com) divider line 10
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2008-03-19 06:33:41 PM  
Zing!
 
2008-03-19 06:54:35 PM  
Let's get this out of the way
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2008-03-19 08:12:52 PM  
Great headline, terribly boring article (I'm assuming, DNRTFA).
 
2008-03-19 08:26:14 PM  
chirp...chirp...chirp...
 
2008-03-19 09:37:50 PM  
I'll admit it, I laughed.
 
2008-03-19 09:45:46 PM  
mistahtom: What is the "I definitely would NOT hit that...." graphic in reference to? I don't get that. Is it a TF inside joke thing? I've seen it for 2 years now and I still don't get it.

Anytime someone posts a picture of a beautiful woman, some Farker will declare that she is below his standards. For instance:

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2008-03-19 09:49:25 PM  
Well played subby, studman69'd in the headline!
 
2008-03-19 10:14:18 PM  
 
2008-03-19 10:36:31 PM  
Cornwell: Well played subby, studman69'd in the headline!

The story just set it up beautifully.

/Subby
 
2008-03-20 10:33:56 AM  
london.broadway.com
"There's nothing really you can do with that joke. It's coming and you just have to stand there."
 
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