> On Sat, 14 Oct 2000, Spike Jones wrote:
> > white gold powder business than I did the time I suggested the first
> > crew to Mars should be a single legless woman with spina biffida and
> > a dewar full of frozen embryos.
> Alex Future Bokov wrote: Darn, looks like I missed a real classic. Why
> spina bifida, though?
Living in a facility the size of a minivan for indefinite periods would
be not so different from her current living arrangement, as in: she
would not miss frolicking in the park, or a long stroll along the river,
like you and I would. Even this ignores the fact that we would miss
sex terribly, whereas it probably is not be an option for her.
If one cannot go outdoors at all, legs are not an asset.
She has the heart of a lion: accustomed to overcoming enormous
challenges every single day of her life, and has come thru like the
true champion she is. Contrast with you and me, Alex. We were
born healthy, we could coast thru life if we chose, so life has never
really tested our mettle.
She weighs only about 25 kg. spike
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