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Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
On Mon, 28 Aug 1995, [email protected] (Timothy C. May) wrote:
> At 4:48 PM 8/28/95, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> >Believe it or not, something like this is being used (or is being prepared
> >for use) in breast implants. An article in the Houston (silicone city)
> >Chronicle about a month ago (sorry, I can't produce a more exact reference)
> >stated that new soybean oil breast implants are being manufactured to
> >accept an identification device to track information on the patient and the
> >implanting doctor.
> Big Brother? Big Sister? Naw, it's "Big Tits."
Or "Twin PKCS." This may explain Anne Taylor Fleming's apparent confusion
on a recent MacNeil/Lehrer segment -- she repeatedly referred to Cliff
Stoll's latest excoriation of cyberspace as _Silicone Snake Oil_, remember?
Maybe she's heard rumors about the Justice Dept. investigating an
impending Microsoft-DuPont merger to corner the market...
Sorry, but it's slow with so many folks in Aspen or Santa Barbara.
Alan Westrope <[email protected]>
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