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Posted by Kenn ( on May 03, 2000 at 11:29:55:

In Reply to: Accckk!! My Head!!! posted by Daniel Hill on May 03, 2000 at 04:34:32:

As I've told everybody, my head transplant early this year went pretty well in most respects and it seemed to help for a few weeks.
But, there are advantages and drawbacks, and I'm just finding out about some of the drawbacks:

Nobody recognizes me.
Moreover -- I don't recognize anyone else but those folks downtown where the donor lived...and they hate me for reasons I don't know.
My family saw my new head on a picture at the post office. Now, they are considering the reward money.
The donor turned out to be a clusterhead, too. What are the chances of that?
My hat is too big now.
I had to go into hiding. I'm writing this from a moving RV somewhere in Colorado. My goal is to find someone called Dethleham at and offer them a deal. But, it depends entirely upon what their head looks like from the outside and whether they are on any poster boards.
Being a neurosurgeon, you could do the operation yourself.

This is the kind of goofiness you might find here in addition to what you are actually looking for.
Welcome, anyhow.

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