Re: virus: Power and body piercing?
Thu, 22 Aug 96 16:35:33 -0500

At 03:50 PM 21/08/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Ken Pantheists
>>>Another example: Nike's other advertising logo "The swoop" looks (to me
>>>anyway) like a check mark. Everywhere I see people walking around with
>>>checkmarks on their chests and foreheads, like they've been approved by
>Jazzminn Sommers
>>Hm... To me, the check mark always gave me the impression that someone was
>>counted as a mistake, as in the case of those red marks I got on my tests
>>in certain classes I slept through in high school.
>Dr. Seuss: The Star Bellied Sneeches. If we have stars on ours its good,
>if they have stars on thar's it's bad. Body piercing, scarification,
>tattoos, haircuts, clothing style, it's all kind of the same.
>Reed Konsler

I've noticed a few references to body piercing in your posts. Got a problem?
It's not for style, or power, or mutilation... try increased sensitivity and
quite a fun sex toy. Drop the crap about body piercing unless it's relevant.

And no, I'm not one of the Teeming Millions, just a mom of two and wife of one,
a senior in college for a few years now working on two degrees, a home business,
and a family.

Jazzmin Sommers