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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Plastic Cyborg [Today's News Poem, November 16, 2010]

Plastic Cyborg [Today's News Poem, November 16, 2010]

Pamela, plastic—a cyborg I've heard.
Silicone titties, that lactate the grease
Pumped from the planet: a mother of earth.
Human they say, though I find that absurd:
Poisoning flesh, she has botoxed the crease
Aging has cracked on her obsolete mirth.

"The artificial kidney is still at least five years away from being tested in a human patient. Researchers have built a large model of the kidney - so big that it filled a hospital room - and used it on human patients to show that the theories behind it will work. And parts of the small kidney have been successfully tested in animals."
—Erin Allday, Chronicle Staff Writer, Tuesday, November 16, 2010

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