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B. Heart

Old fashioned zephyers seem eco-friendlier than power catting.

Would it not be eco-kinder to forego a purposeless circumnavigation rather than squander biofuels?

The cause must justify all means in its name.

B. Heart

Richard Branson is celebrity boss of companies nested under the brand-name Virgin. Philosopher G.E.M. Anscombe serves to inpsire some students at Princeton, MIT, and UChicago, who aim to maintain virginity through their bright college years. She must have been such a right-to-lifer, she objected to Britain's resistance to Hitler.

Branson would seem pre-disposed to slap a Virgin label on a new fangled Nantucket sleigh ride to save the earth.

Discovery of Pennsylvania rock oil spared the sperm whale from cruel extirpation. Liposuction seems far kinder than a harpoon.

Chris

Here are possible side effects of a typical liposuction treatment according to Wikipedia A side effect, as opposed to a complication, is medically minor, although it can be uncomfortable, annoying, and even painful. Bruising: can be painful in the short term, and should fade after a few weeks. Swelling: should subside gradually over a month or two. Scars: will vary in size depending on the particular procedure, and should fade over the weeks. Scarring is an individual thing, partly dependent on heredity. For some, scar healing may take as long as a year. Pain: should be temporary and controlled by either over-the-counter medication, or by a prescription. Numbness: sometimes persists for a few weeks. Limited mobility: will depend on the exact procedure. There could be various factors limiting movement for a short while, such as: Wearing a compression garment Keeping the head elevated Temporary swelling or pain The surgeon should advise on how soon the patient can resume normal activity.

Chris

Here are possible side effects of a typical liposuction treatment according to Wikipedia

A side effect, as opposed to a complication, is medically minor, although it can be uncomfortable, annoying, and even painful.

Bruising: can be painful in the short term, and should fade after a few weeks.
Swelling: should subside gradually over a month or two.
Scars: will vary in size depending on the particular procedure, and should fade over the weeks. Scarring is an individual thing, partly dependent on heredity. For some, scar healing may take as long as a year.
Pain: should be temporary and controlled by either over-the-counter medication, or by a prescription.
Numbness: sometimes persists for a few weeks.
Limited mobility: will depend on the exact procedure.
There could be various factors limiting movement for a short while, such as:

Wearing a compression garment
Keeping the head elevated
Temporary swelling or pain
The surgeon should advise on how soon the patient can resume normal activity.

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