A new you, easier than you thought

While doing a little background research for a notebook item running in the March issue, I had the opportunity to type the words ?Brain Transplantation? into Google?s search window. The very first hit you get is for, aptly enough, linkurl:BrainTrans Inc.;http://216.247.9.207/ny-best.htm which promises to restore health, youth, and vitality the surgical way ? by plopping your cerebrum into the body of a younger, fitter model. Now I tend to be skeptical about such things, but who wouldn?t be pli

Brendan Maher
Feb 9, 2006
While doing a little background research for a notebook item running in the March issue, I had the opportunity to type the words ?Brain Transplantation? into Google?s search window. The very first hit you get is for, aptly enough, linkurl:BrainTrans Inc.;http://216.247.9.207/ny-best.htm which promises to restore health, youth, and vitality the surgical way ? by plopping your cerebrum into the body of a younger, fitter model. Now I tend to be skeptical about such things, but who wouldn?t be plied by their argument for buying yourself a second helping of life? **?When you car too old to fix it, you are buying a new car. Would it be wonderful if you will be able to change you human body as easy as you can change a car.?** We?ll excuse their spelling, they hail, after all, from ?Asian Region,? a location they won?t fully disclose until I?ve signed all the necessary papers...

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