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2017-04-26 01:48:39 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
normally:

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/

This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.

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Kevrob
2017-04-26 10:31:04 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a
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2017-04-26 10:34:04 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.

I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.

Kevin R
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2017-04-26 12:46:40 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
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2017-04-26 14:37:30 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
Ted Nolan <tednolan>
2017-04-26 15:21:15 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
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This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years, sometimes decades,
long. There are plenty of prospective parents. And yes, pro-lifers will
see that babies born rather than aborted are adopted if that's what the
birth mother wants.
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2017-04-26 16:42:01 UTC
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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 9:48:43 PM UTC-4,
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they
had kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs"
for a month, during which time the fetuses continued to
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-float
ing-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
Post by p***@hotmail.com
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The
research is directed toward treating extreme premature
infants. They hope to advance to human trials within three
to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those
who believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral.
Move it to the artificial womb, put the new infant up for
adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which
would be finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years,
sometimes decades, long. There are plenty of prospective
parents. And yes, pro-lifers will see that babies born rather
than aborted are adopted if that's what the birth mother wants.
Indeed. Healthy newbors, especially caucasian newborns, generally
sell for over $20k, and often a lot more. (They don't call it that,
but that's really what it is.)
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Jay E. Morris
2017-04-26 17:26:31 UTC
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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 9:48:43 PM UTC-4,
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they
had kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs"
for a month, during which time the fetuses continued to
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-float
ing-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
Post by p***@hotmail.com
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The
research is directed toward treating extreme premature
infants. They hope to advance to human trials within three
to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those
who believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral.
Move it to the artificial womb, put the new infant up for
adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which
would be finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years,
sometimes decades, long. There are plenty of prospective
parents. And yes, pro-lifers will see that babies born rather
than aborted are adopted if that's what the birth mother wants.
Indeed. Healthy newbors, especially caucasian newborns, generally
sell for over $20k, and often a lot more. (They don't call it that,
but that's really what it is.)
It was that when my wife and I were looking to adopt back in 1991. We
couldn't afford it but the state contacted us about adopting sisters, 2
& 4 and we ended up doing that. I imagine it's at least $25K, but at
least there is an $13K tax credit now.

Oh, and there was a waiting list for newborns.
Don Bruder
2017-04-26 22:01:06 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid
-filled-bags/524181/
Post by Juho Julkunen
Post by Kevrob
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This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years, sometimes decades,
long. There are plenty of prospective parents. And yes, pro-lifers will
see that babies born rather than aborted are adopted if that's what the
birth mother wants.
Horseshit.

Take 10 randomly selected "pro-lifers" and 10 randomly chosen "saved"
babies and see just how many will actually take, sight-unseen (just as
birth mothers must do) the "saved" kiddies.

Just be sure you're prepared to house, feed, raise, etc, etc, etc 8 or 9
of those kids yourself.
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2017-04-27 00:17:47 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid
-filled-bags/524181/
Post by Juho Julkunen
Post by Kevrob
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This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years, sometimes decades,
long. There are plenty of prospective parents. And yes, pro-lifers will
see that babies born rather than aborted are adopted if that's what the
birth mother wants.
Horseshit.
Take 10 randomly selected "pro-lifers" and 10 randomly chosen "saved"
babies and see just how many will actually take, sight-unseen (just as
birth mothers must do) the "saved" kiddies.
Just be sure you're prepared to house, feed, raise, etc, etc, etc 8 or 9
of those kids yourself.
I made no such claim. I said that they would see that the babies were
adopted. That is pairing babies with parents.
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2017-04-27 00:28:14 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid
-filled-bags/524181/
Post by Juho Julkunen
Post by Kevrob
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This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
All the pro-lifers would surely volunteer, right?
Nah, once it's born it's a useless loafer
I get tired of hearing this. Adoption queues are years, sometimes decades,
long. There are plenty of prospective parents. And yes, pro-lifers will
see that babies born rather than aborted are adopted if that's what the
birth mother wants.
Horseshit.
Take 10 randomly selected "pro-lifers" and 10 randomly chosen "saved"
babies and see just how many will actually take, sight-unseen (just as
birth mothers must do) the "saved" kiddies.
Just be sure you're prepared to house, feed, raise, etc, etc, etc 8 or 9
of those kids yourself.
I made no such claim. I said that they would see that the babies were
adopted. That is pairing babies with parents.
I expect the newborn waiting list would be worked through. Even if
"supply" met "demand" for newborns, there'd be knock-on effects.
would it be harder for non-newborn children to get adopted?

Kevin R
Robert Carnegie
2017-04-26 18:18:05 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
Better - a solution to childbirth. But it
doesn't directly solve the unwanted-pregnancy
dilemma - only, if pregnancy normally starts
this way (which also isn't what it says),
then it's less likely to be "accidental".
But it may be based on personal circumstances
that change.
David Mitchell
2017-04-27 04:40:15 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
Something which might help, in those civilised countries with a national
health service, would be not to fund IVF treatment until the putative
parents have successfully adopted a child.
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2017-04-27 14:23:06 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
Something which might help, in those civilised countries with a national
health service, would be not to fund IVF treatment until the putative
parents have successfully adopted a child.
Even w/o an NHS, the US tax code could be changed so that such
treatments would not be tax deductible until such an adoption
qualification had been fulfilled.

This would really be "social engineering through the tax code,"
of which we have had far too much of, over the years IMSSHO.

Kevin R
Peter Trei
2017-04-27 14:53:00 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
I see lots of problems with that, not the least of which would be
finding enough adoptive parents.
Something which might help, in those civilised countries with a national
health service, would be not to fund IVF treatment until the putative
parents have successfully adopted a child.
Even w/o an NHS, the US tax code could be changed so that such
treatments would not be tax deductible until such an adoption
qualification had been fulfilled.
This would really be "social engineering through the tax code,"
of which we have had far too much of, over the years IMSSHO.
Trump's (outline of a) tax plan would apparently eliminate any such deductions
anyway.

I'm in a position where I'd probably benefit (in the short term) from his
plan. Not sure about the long term effects of a defunded government.

pt
Harri Tavaila
2017-04-27 19:58:58 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
An olden goldie on the subject (Faubulous Fuzzy Freak Brothers):

http://comixjoint.com/freakbrothers7-sample1.html
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- Contemporary scientific thought has decided that human life _is_
sacred, after all! That doesn't mean that _you_ have to have the baby,
though, Merry! If you don't want the foetus, we can find someone _else_
to take it!

- You mean you can _transplant_ the foetus to _some other womans body_?

- That's right! We even have a customer in Biafra who can take _four_ at
a _time_!

---

H Tavaila
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2017-04-27 20:33:49 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-fluid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
http://comixjoint.com/freakbrothers7-sample1.html
---
- Contemporary scientific thought has decided that human life _is_
sacred, after all! That doesn't mean that _you_ have to have the baby,
though, Merry! If you don't want the foetus, we can find someone _else_
to take it!
- You mean you can _transplant_ the foetus to _some other womans body_?
- That's right! We even have a customer in Biafra who can take _four_ at
a _time_!
1st, FURRY, not Fuzzy, please.

2nd, a NSFW would have been nice.

Surrogacy by transplantation of a fetus, rather than in vitro
implantation, isn't here yet, either, as far as I know.

The web seems to have papers on the theoretical possibility.

Kevin R
Don Bruder
2017-04-28 06:32:14 UTC
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In a study published today, a team of researchers at the
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that they had
kept eight lamb fetuses alive in "artificial wombs" for a
month, during which time the fetuses continued to develop
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/preemies-floating-in-f
luid-filled-bags/524181/
This is a longer time than in any previous work. The research is
directed toward treating extreme premature infants. They
hope to advance to human trials within three to five years.
SFnally, a tech solution to the abortion dilemma for those who
believe terminating an embryo/zygote/fetus is immoral. Move it to
the artificial womb, put the new infant up for adoption.
http://comixjoint.com/freakbrothers7-sample1.html
---
- Contemporary scientific thought has decided that human life _is_
sacred, after all! That doesn't mean that _you_ have to have the baby,
though, Merry! If you don't want the foetus, we can find someone _else_
to take it!
- You mean you can _transplant_ the foetus to _some other womans body_?
- That's right! We even have a customer in Biafra who can take _four_ at
a _time_!
1st, FURRY, not Fuzzy, please.
2nd, a NSFW would have been nice.
*REALLY*????

You know enough to be aware that it's "furry", not "fuzzy", but you
don't know that anything referencing TFFFB is everything but guaranteed
to be NSFW?!?!? The mind boggles!!! (Hmmm... Have we just spotted the
new poster-chid for "Naive"? :) )
Post by Kevrob
Surrogacy by transplantation of a fetus, rather than in vitro
implantation, isn't here yet, either, as far as I know.
The web seems to have papers on the theoretical possibility.
Seems to me it would have to be done *VERY* early - First week, maybe?
Much past that, and I'd expect the placenta to be spread out too much to
tolerate/survive being messed with.
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You know enough to be aware that it's "furry", not "fuzzy", but you
don't know that anything referencing TFFFB is everything but guaranteed
to be NSFW?!?!? The mind boggles!!! (Hmmm... Have we just spotted the
new poster-chid for "Naive"? :) )
I was reading undergrounds off-the rack in the head shop in the 1970s.
I'm well aware of the work of Gilbert Shelton. Most of them have more
to do with drugs than sex, though there was always a bit of the latter.
The NSFW would have helped those unfamiliar with the strip.

I would have been more ready for an army of cockroaches. :)
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Post by Kevrob
Surrogacy by transplantation of a fetus, rather than in vitro
implantation, isn't here yet, either, as far as I know.
The web seems to have papers on the theoretical possibility.
Seems to me it would have to be done *VERY* early - First week, maybe?
Much past that, and I'd expect the placenta to be spread out too much to
tolerate/survive being messed with.
I'm not in the biological sciences. It's just speculation to me
until someone actually does it: like Dolly the sheep and cloning.

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2017-04-30 17:46:27 UTC
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On Thu, 27 Apr 2017 23:32:14 -0700, Don Bruder <***@sonic.net> wrote:

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*REALLY*????
You know enough to be aware that it's "furry", not "fuzzy", but you
don't know that anything referencing TFFFB is everything but guaranteed
to be NSFW?!?!? The mind boggles!!! (Hmmm... Have we just spotted the
new poster-chid for "Naive"? :) )
Well, no. I have heard of furry, but I do not know what TFFFB
is. I do not have the same knowledge/interests you do.

[snip]

Sincerely,

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2017-04-30 21:01:11 UTC
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Post by Don Bruder
*REALLY*????
You know enough to be aware that it's "furry", not "fuzzy", but you
don't know that anything referencing TFFFB is everything but guaranteed
to be NSFW?!?!? The mind boggles!!! (Hmmm... Have we just spotted the
new poster-chid for "Naive"? :) )
Well, no. I have heard of furry, but I do not know what TFFFB
is. I do not have the same knowledge/interests you do.
I guess Mr. Natural is also a stranger to you...

The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers is a classic underground comic,
by Gilbert Shelton. It has no relation whatsoever to the current
'furry' subculture.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fabulous_Furry_Freak_Brothers

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