"Human fat killers" arrested in Peru

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by arkitect, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. arkitect macrumors 601

    arkitect

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    Creepy, creepy.
    I would assume the fat is used in tests… and not as an actual ingredient in the cosmetics?
    'Cause I don't think anyone is "worth it" that much…
    Mind you it could be the new Anne Robinson range of products.
    :eek:
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  2. iBlue macrumors Core

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    Clearly they were not as clever as Tyler Durden, who simply robbed the bins at liposuction clinics to make his soap base.
     
  3. carlgo macrumors 68000

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    Clearly they are aliens. All the alien pictures show them as being very thin. They are trying to bulk up a little and they are tired of mutilating cows.
     
  4. savoirfaire macrumors 6502

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    Geez, you just never know these days. It sounds like they are using human tissue as actual ingredients. On the BBC just this morning, in fact, they were talking about the Korean FDA's move to ban "stem cell cosmetics". That's right... stem cells will keep you looking young! Reminds me of the early part of the 20th century when people did all kinds of crazy things with radiation, including... using thorium and radium in cosmetics!
     
  5. Mousse macrumors 68000

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    Processed human fat is worth $15,000 a litre?:eek: In America we have whole cities of people worth their weight in gold then.:eek: Wouldn't it have been easier to set up a liposuction clinic in America and get rich that way?
     
  6. carlgo macrumors 68000

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    Hmmm, maybe just buy it from places that do that, like diesel fuel people who go around gathering up used fry oil. That way you don't need any difficult and expensive medical training and annoying license requirements.

    But, maybe the people who are captured in remote areas are considered organic or free range and are therefore worth more.
     
  7. savoirfaire macrumors 6502

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    That is so wrong but yet somehow really funny. :p
     

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