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2013-06-28 05:32:15 PM
He simply looks amazing. I hope he lives a long, happy life.
 
2013-06-28 05:53:29 PM
I did an ocular pat down and I cleared him.
 
2013-06-28 05:54:08 PM
Fark your biblical stories, boys and girls.

This is a legitimate miracle.

/science!
 
2013-06-28 05:54:51 PM
Hope he's on decent anti-rejection pills. Since the face transplant is a recent surgery, he'll be instrumental in helping determine how long his new face is expected to last. But those anti-rejection pills brutalize the human body.

Still, his mental health and self-esteem are just as important as any other part of his body, and I hope he lives a long, happy life without complications. I hope he's able to look at himself in the mirror and smile.
 
2013-06-28 06:00:01 PM
I don't understand. Couldn't they just have reconstructed his face with metal plates, or other means of building bone structure? I'm not trolling, I truly don't understand why he needed to go through a face transplant instead of reconstructive surgery??
 
2013-06-28 06:06:36 PM
He was horribly disfigured when he tried to move a gun leaning against a cabinet and it accidentally went off.

Oh bullshait. Let's try "unsuccessful attempted suicide and he changed his mind."
 
2013-06-28 06:20:11 PM

Fear the Clam: He was horribly disfigured when he tried to move a gun leaning against a cabinet and it accidentally went off.

Oh bullshait. Let's try "unsuccessful attempted suicide and he changed his mind."


Yeah, that sounded kinda bogus to me, too.
 
2013-06-28 06:28:08 PM

DeadMouseTails: I don't understand. Couldn't they just have reconstructed his face with metal plates, or other means of building bone structure? I'm not trolling, I truly don't understand why he needed to go through a face transplant instead of reconstructive surgery??


You know when you have a piece of clothing that you like an it rips an gets worn and you've fixed it a zillion times? It just gets to the point where the fabric just can't be fixed anymore. Most of his face was scar tissue and too damaged to do much of anything.
 
2013-06-28 06:44:44 PM
Oh bullshait. Let's try "unsuccessful attempted suicide and he changed his mind."

Have to agreed with them, Megarian. Bogus! When looking for a reason not to think otherwise went off   acompanhantes sp or actually acompanhantes sao paulo to tell the true and get those images out of my head. They look better, way better.
 
2013-06-28 07:34:22 PM
Excellent work! His new face basically looks like just an older version of himself. It looks like he still needs to use the tracheotomy to breath, so I wonder if they'll be able to correct that also.

Anyhow, he looks great!
 
2013-06-28 07:41:32 PM

rafaelmarques: Oh bullshait. Let's try "unsuccessful attempted suicide and he changed his mind."

Have to agreed with them, Megarian. Bogus! When looking for a reason not to think otherwise went off   acompanhantes sp or actually acompanhantes sao paulo to tell the true and get those images out of my head. They look better, way better.


Its probably not a good idea to link to a pr0n site written in Portuguese without labeling it NSFW.
 
2013-06-28 07:53:33 PM
That's some serious bitter beer face.
 
2013-06-28 08:31:55 PM

megarian: DeadMouseTails: I don't understand. Couldn't they just have reconstructed his face with metal plates, or other means of building bone structure? I'm not trolling, I truly don't understand why he needed to go through a face transplant instead of reconstructive surgery??

You know when you have a piece of clothing that you like an it rips an gets worn and you've fixed it a zillion times? It just gets to the point where the fabric just can't be fixed anymore. Most of his face was scar tissue and too damaged to do much of anything.


I guess that makes sense. I mean I guess his face needed corrective surgery first of, so if they didn't go reconstructive right away, it could be a mess. Thank you for an answer that I can visualize instead of calling me a moron.
 
2013-06-28 09:38:54 PM
They say that by the age of 50, we acquire the faces that we deserve.

For once, I can honestly say this:  Hurrah!
 
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