Hackneyed stereotyped conventional ignorance about amputation
Dan.Pop at cern.ch
Thu Feb 3 08:07:49 PST 2000
On Thu, 3 Feb 2000 Ranitak at aol.com wrote:
> oh uh, the dev is starting again,,, did you not read what i said? my legs
> were severed at the scene of the accident. duh?
> the trial of attachment didn't work. oh well. that doesn't change the fact
> that my legs were ripped off. so wherein lies the choice of being an
> amputee??? i wasn't talking about a choice between life and death. that's
> obvious, i would think.
But the choice between life and death is the issue in this discussion.
You had *exactly* the same choice as someone with bone cancer. Then,
why would the person who lost his leg to cancer be an elective amputee
and not you?
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