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(CBS 21 Harrisburg)   Body mods addict called 'The Human Satan' needs op after removing his navel   (local21news.com) divider line
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2021-07-12 2:13:18 PM  
Doesn't seem human, definitely not Satan, and since when is he a "the"?
 
2021-07-12 2:40:35 PM  
I'm still voting for Trump.

This guy's kinda of sad and cute, I think it's dumb to poke holes in your cheeks because I suffer from dry mouth due to sleep apnea and can't understand anybody but a Mascochist volunteering for that.
 
2021-07-12 3:11:22 PM  
another one?
check out "the black alien project" he's a little more modded than this dude
 
2021-07-12 3:14:38 PM  
"Tattoos have certainly outgrown the bad reputation," says a report titled "38 Tattoo Statistics: 2020/2021 Industry, Trends & Demographics." "We no longer live in a world where tattoos are only seen on mob bosses, zealous religious practitioners and hardened criminals. Today's society has slowly accepted tattoos as a work of art. shiatty, cliched art. Oh wow, you've got koi on your arm and a anatomically correct heart with barbed wire on it over your heart? Did you come up with that yourself?"
 
2021-07-12 3:15:39 PM  
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2021-07-12 3:17:04 PM  
They're not freaks , they're mentally ill.

Whatever "doctor" provides these kinds of services needs to be in prison.
 
2021-07-12 3:17:07 PM  
I'm not a big fan of most of his mods, but I think the nose job was an improvement.
 
2021-07-12 3:19:34 PM  
"What does Satan need with a navel?"

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2021-07-12 3:19:49 PM  
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2021-07-12 3:19:50 PM  
Eh, if it makes them happy then have at it.

There's worse shiat to be addicted to.
 
2021-07-12 3:21:33 PM  
15.7-inch-long open wound is the name of my staph infection cover band....
 
2021-07-12 3:24:14 PM  
Great, now how is he going to get a good job?!?!?
 
2021-07-12 3:24:21 PM  
Michel Faro Prado of Praia Grande, Brazil, underwent liposuction and a tummy tuck in March.

Human Satan feeling a wee biatchunky-monkey?
 
2021-07-12 3:24:32 PM  

cooldaddygroove: another one?
check out "the black alien project" he's a little more modded than this dude


No.
 
2021-07-12 3:25:05 PM  
Don't they still make round Band-Aids?
 
2021-07-12 3:25:27 PM  
That is one severe case of BDD.
 
2021-07-12 3:26:00 PM  
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2021-07-12 3:28:16 PM  
I have no navel.

I donated a kidney, which they removed from an incision made at my navel. The doctor made the scar look like a navel. With my shirt off you would never guess I had surgery. If you knew to look might find a faint 1 cm scar on my side where they inserted laparoscopic tools.

/ CSB
 
2021-07-12 3:29:01 PM  
FTA: He underwent surgery July 8, as his 15.7-inch-long open wound may be infected

My wife coontattooed BTW) had wound dehiscence after the incision from a crash C-section got infected. The infection ate through the fascia layer and exposed her intestines. In order to heal properly they cleaned up what they could and left the wound open and packed. She used a wound vac to pull the wound closed but when she'd go in for therapy and they'd unpack it the wound was large enough to put a cereal bowl in. Took 4 months for the wound to clean and seal. Then she had to go back in to fix the hernia that the infection had caused. Then back in becuase she had a reaction to the mesh. Clean it up and more wound therapy. Then back in to fix the hernia again with a different product. She reacted to that....lather rinse repeat. Bottom line: 7 major abdominal surgeries including 4 hernia repairs and over minor surgeries for smaller wound dehisences. Oh yeah, and the baby didn't make it. The wounds were caused as part of professional, sterile medically necessary procedures. I can't imagine what kind of risks you're taking for elective surgeries (that includes tattoos) performed by Dr. Nick "Anything for a buck" Riviera.
 
2021-07-12 3:31:18 PM  
Is his wife's eye color lens or eye tattooing?
 
2021-07-12 3:31:24 PM  
Does the snot just drip out of his face holes?
 
2021-07-12 3:32:06 PM  
FTA: 36 percent of U.S. citizens age 18-29 have at least one tattoo.

If someone asked me that I would have provided a much higher number.

/don't have a tattoo
//nothing against them
///just never felt I needed to leave any more permanent marks on my body
 
2021-07-12 3:32:35 PM  
Maybe it is because I don't have whatever compulsion or mental illness is required to be addicted to body mods, but one thing that always strikes me about people who go crazy with it is the lack of aesthetic cohesiveness. Most of the time they look like just a mess once they have had a ton of these tattoos and surgeries done. I mean I guess that is the goal, looking ever wilder than a regular person, but if I'm doing something crazy out there and permanent, I'd want to commit to something very specific.
 
2021-07-12 3:34:37 PM  
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this morning i watched a episode of the 1960's tv show dragnet. these boys stole clothes to look and be part of the "mod squad" gang. omg a mother says to her kid on the show how could you do that and want to look that way and embarrass us parents wearing the clothes you have on.
 
2021-07-12 3:36:14 PM  
Well now his philosophy career is OVER.
 
2021-07-12 3:36:24 PM  
We really need to improve access to mental health care.
 
2021-07-12 3:37:06 PM  
He going for this?

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2021-07-12 3:37:32 PM  
He recently admitted he believes in God

I've said for a few years that Satanism is a sect of Christianity, since Satan is from the Christian belief system

That's right Church of Satan members you are Christians unless you want to call Satan Bael or some other non-Judeo-Christian name
 
2021-07-12 3:38:20 PM  

xanadian: That is one severe case of BDD.


Big Dangling Dick?
 
2021-07-12 3:39:53 PM  
Ew
 
2021-07-12 3:41:21 PM  

spongeboob: That's right Church of Satan members you are Christians


I don't think you understand any of it.
 
2021-07-12 3:41:34 PM  

spongeboob: Is his wife's eye color lens or eye tattooing?


Eye tat, it's insanely stupid a bunch of people have eye damage and vision loss from getting that done.

The intentional end of his life Michael Jackson nose makes me feel ill
 
2021-07-12 3:41:50 PM  

Smock Pot: Ew


His wife had a very attractive face.
 
2021-07-12 3:44:14 PM  
Wouldn't it be better to be the Inhuman Satan?
 
2021-07-12 3:44:35 PM  
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2021-07-12 3:44:49 PM  
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2021-07-12 3:45:14 PM  
I think it must be a typo: "The Human Stain" seems more appropriate
 
2021-07-12 3:45:27 PM  

justanotherfarkinfarker: spongeboob: Is his wife's eye color lens or eye tattooing?

Eye tat, it's insanely stupid a bunch of people have eye damage and vision loss from getting that done.

The intentional end of his life Michael Jackson nose makes me feel ill


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2021-07-12 3:45:54 PM  
That is horrible. Whoever is performing these surgeries/body modifications needs to be investigated and probably lose their license. There is no way that this doesn't lead to a lifetime of corrective surgery for all the stupid "modifications" that will never quite be enough for them.

They need help.

Here is some eye bleach for whomever viewed...whatever flavor of mental illness that was:
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2021-07-12 3:51:59 PM  

skinink: "What does Satan need with a navel?"

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That's where the screw goes. Remove the screw, and his butt will fall off.
 
2021-07-12 3:56:23 PM  

Slypork: FTA: He underwent surgery July 8, as his 15.7-inch-long open wound may be infected

My wife . . .


My condolences on your loss and the ensuing complications.
 
2021-07-12 3:58:21 PM  

Slypork: FTA: He underwent surgery July 8, as his 15.7-inch-long open wound may be infected

My wife coontattooed BTW) had wound dehiscence after the incision from a crash C-section got infected. The infection ate through the fascia layer and exposed her intestines. In order to heal properly they cleaned up what they could and left the wound open and packed. She used a wound vac to pull the wound closed but when she'd go in for therapy and they'd unpack it the wound was large enough to put a cereal bowl in. Took 4 months for the wound to clean and seal. Then she had to go back in to fix the hernia that the infection had caused. Then back in becuase she had a reaction to the mesh. Clean it up and more wound therapy. Then back in to fix the hernia again with a different product. She reacted to that....lather rinse repeat. Bottom line: 7 major abdominal surgeries including 4 hernia repairs and over minor surgeries for smaller wound dehisences. Oh yeah, and the baby didn't make it. The wounds were caused as part of professional, sterile medically necessary procedures. I can't imagine what kind of risks you're taking for elective surgeries (that includes tattoos) performed by Dr. Nick "Anything for a buck" Riviera.


Oh yeah. Forgot to mention that as a result of all the surgeries that my wife no longer has a navel. One day we were watching some show with some friends and someone commented that one of the women on the show had an outie belly button. Everyone started talking about who had an innie and who had an outie. My wife said, "Missing."
 
2021-07-12 4:00:00 PM  

SansNeural: spongeboob: That's right Church of Satan members you are Christians

I don't think you understand any of it.


Not sure how you can say Mass backwards and claim it has power but the forward version is powerless

So are you a Satanist refusing to admit you're a Christian or a Christian refusing to admit Christianity gave birth to Satanism


And I have some real strong opions on how Islam and Christianity are basically as close as Chisrtianity and Mormonism
 
2021-07-12 4:00:52 PM  

Slypork: FTA: He underwent surgery July 8, as his 15.7-inch-long open wound may be infected

My wife coontattooed BTW) had wound dehiscence after the incision from a crash C-section got infected. The infection ate through the fascia layer and exposed her intestines. In order to heal properly they cleaned up what they could and left the wound open and packed. She used a wound vac to pull the wound closed but when she'd go in for therapy and they'd unpack it the wound was large enough to put a cereal bowl in. Took 4 months for the wound to clean and seal. Then she had to go back in to fix the hernia that the infection had caused. Then back in becuase she had a reaction to the mesh. Clean it up and more wound therapy. Then back in to fix the hernia again with a different product. She reacted to that....lather rinse repeat. Bottom line: 7 major abdominal surgeries including 4 hernia repairs and over minor surgeries for smaller wound dehisences. Oh yeah, and the baby didn't make it. The wounds were caused as part of professional, sterile medically necessary procedures. I can't imagine what kind of risks you're taking for elective surgeries (that includes tattoos) performed by Dr. Nick "Anything for a buck" Riviera.


When my wife had our twins one got stuck in the birth canal and they had to do a C-section. The day she was supposed to go home and intern started removing the staples. She took the first one out and the wound opened a bit. Out came the second staple and the wound opened a bit more. Even a moron like myself knew that this was a problem. After the third staple, she looked up and said, "I'll be right back" and returned with the Oby-Gyny. He said because of insurance they had to take them out and send her home with an open wound. She would have to clean and pack the wound herself daily. Each day she would pull the packing out and then repack it, with no pain meds being used. This only worked because my wife is a major germphobe and practiced sterile technique. Eventually, it closed without there being an infection. When she saw her Oby-Gyny, he shook his head and stated he knew she could do it, but, she just gave the insurance companies ammo for their argument that other women could be sent home in these situations. I thought the whole thing was absolutely insane.
 
2021-07-12 4:01:32 PM  
People like that probably think they are all tough and scary looking, but in any kind of physical altercation the other person would end up unzipping their epidermis like a cheap duffel bag.
 
2021-07-12 4:09:38 PM  

zimbomba63: When my wife had our twins one got stuck in the birth canal and they had to do a C-section. The day she was supposed to go home and intern started removing the staples. She took the first one out and the wound opened a bit. Out came the second staple and the wound opened a bit more. Even a moron like myself knew that this was a problem. After the third staple, she looked up and said, "I'll be right back" and returned with the Oby-Gyny. He said because of insurance they had to take them out and send her home with an open wound. She would have to clean and pack the wound herself daily. Each day she would pull the packing out and then repack it, with no pain meds being used. This only worked because my wife is a major germphobe and practiced sterile technique. Eventually, it closed without there being an infection. When she saw her Oby-Gyny, he shook his head and stated he knew she could do it, but, she just gave the insurance companies ammo for their argument that other women could be sent home in these situations. I thought the whole thing was absolutely insane.


Yippee for home wound packing! It was so much fun counting the number of gauze pads stuffed in and checking the depth of the wound tunnels. On cold days she'd go outside and steam would rise from her belly. Oh the stories I could tell. It would turn you off your lunch.
 
2021-07-12 4:12:01 PM  
This was for a tummy tuck that got infected post-op. It happens all the time with surgery. He'll probably be fine.
 
2021-07-12 4:12:17 PM  

jaytkay: I have no navel.

I donated a kidney, which they removed from an incision made at my navel. The doctor made the scar look like a navel. With my shirt off you would never guess I had surgery. If you knew to look might find a faint 1 cm scar on my side where they inserted laparoscopic tools.

/ CSB


Woulda been cooler if he made a little skin pocket where you could keep a flash drive.
 
2021-07-12 4:13:22 PM  
Suddenly my goal of coding AAA games in COBOL doesn't seem as outrageous as it once did.
 
2021-07-12 4:14:31 PM  
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