posted on Dec, 4 2005 @ 05:22 PM
Recently, the world's first "face transplant" took place in France. A woman whose own face was most tragically destroyed by "dogs" had a face
transplant. Using a face from a recently deceased person, the operation appears to have been a success. Of course, at this time, it is still too
early to tell. However, this even does raise several interesting questions. For this post, though, I am asking only one obvious one. . . (see
Supposing that Face Transplants become a successful surgical procedure with minimal pain and risk, whose face would you want to wear. Keep in mind
that in the future, a large bank of faces will be kept in storage just for you to browse through and select for transplant. Incidentally, a good name
for such a face bank would be "Saving Face". Regardless, the question still stands;
whose face do you want to wear?