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About Face

MARCH 23, 2015

“Surgery tourists” from abroad make up about a third of the business in South Korea, and, of those, most come from China. 91 more words

About Face

About Face

About Face

Patricia Marx at has done an incredible piece for The New Yorker on why South Korea is the world’s plastic-surgery capital.

We all want to look our best, but not since seventh grade had I been in the company of people for whom appearance mattered so much.

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Response to "Pets Allowed" by "New Yorker" contributor Patricia Marx

What I liked:

My favorite part of Marx’ article was how she explained all of the facts beneath the flair of her experiment. She fleshes out the rules pertaining to E.S.A and the problems with with government recognition and legitimacy by translating everything into clever, and in some cases biting, remarks free of technical terms or political jargon. 458 more words

Towson University

Particia Marx on Emotional Support Animals

Patricia Marx has been at it again!  I loved her piece on “outsourcing” yourself last year, and now she has investigated “Emotional Support Animals”, which seems to be a scam exploiting the laws supporting legitimate service animals. 358 more words

Electric Conversation exports french electro-nusoul

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Daft Punk and David Guetta are not the only ones to cross our borders.  Frenchies seems to have a certain talent for electro music, and more and more of them start to  274 more words