This definitely doesn't seem like a healthy reaction to a (granted, kind of unnerving) piece of technology. Also, notice the way Slocum tries to spin this into a sort of discrimination story? Nice work, bravo, join the rest of the crowd over in the pantheon of "things that are not actually social justice issues."
It's impossible to type while shaking your head as hard as I am right now. Take it away, Serena Solomon of DNAinfo:
Whether they're filling in a few gaps or doing a complete beard construction, New York City doctors who specialize in the procedure said they're seeing a growing number of men paying as much as $7,000 to pump up their beards...
Epstein said he started out doing just a handful of beard transplants each year a decade ago — but is now averaging about three beard implants a week through his offices in Midtown East and Miami.
Dr. Yael Halaas, another plastic surgeon who specializes in facial hair transplants, said an increasing number of "hip" and "fashionable" young professionals in their 20s and 30s are seeking the procedure.
A couple in northern California found a stash of 1,400 coins buried under a tree on their own property. Fresh and mint, the face value of the coins adds up to around $27,000. But to collectors, individual pieces are worth an upwards of $1 million apiece.
So, who else is going out to buy a metal detector today?
That is, assuming you already bought them.
If you own a digital copy of one of Disney's 400 "active" titles on iTunes, you can link your iTunes account with this new service and stream your movies on your iPod, iPad or iPhone for
free no additional cost!
From the press release:
"Disney Movies Anywhere is an adaptable digital ecosystem designed to help consumers consolidate their Disney movie collections and enjoy them for years to come," said Jamie Voris, Chief Technology Officer, The Walt Disney Studios. "The beauty of this technology is that it enables us to work with iTunes and future provider partners to ensure movie lovers have streamlined access to all of their favorite Disney titles no matter which device they are on."
On the bright side, they're offering a free copy of The Incredibles if you sign up now.