Anna Gregoline | July 26, 2004
Awesome article about whole body transplants. I don't think it will ever be scientifically feasible, but it's an interesting idea.

(Salon article, you can get a free day pass if you watch (or don't watch) a quick ad.)

Melissa Erin | July 26, 2004
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Jackie Mason | July 26, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | July 27, 2004
You hate monkeys? Why? Wizard of Oz too early in life? =)

Erik Bates | July 27, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | July 27, 2004
I don't think I could donate my entire body to be used again in this way - although I do hope all my organs can be taken for someone else's use.

Melissa Erin | July 27, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | July 27, 2004
The science thing is a little more acceptable to me, but I don't want it. Just the idea of another person using my body for their own - experiencing the feeling of it, creeps me out emotionally.

Jackie Mason | July 28, 2004
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Scott Hardie | July 29, 2004
I don't know who would want to live in my body. I sure don't want to live in it. The grass is always greener, I guess; in ten years I'm sure I'd give anything to have this body back.

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