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The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.

 
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The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
That is alarming. I'm afraid to even look for one in the first place...

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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
That is alarming. I'm afraid to even look for one in the first place...

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One of mine was obvious. The other difficult to locate. In either case I wish I had never taken notice.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
So sayeth the profit with Bubba's dick up his ass in Supermax!

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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
The matrix has us.


Seriously though, our bodies react to stimuli 2.4 seconds before it even happens / appears before us. Think long and hard about that.. with the matrix in mind.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
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02/02/2011 07:27 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
You don't need to remove them, just put a piece of duct tape over them, preferably the shiny silver kind.

Oh, and stay away from chick flicks. They put you to sleep and then your wife or girlfriend or high maintenance emo boyfriend or whatever you got going on there gets put into a trance and injects you with the device (it comes in the box). You wake up with a stiff neck and headache and your partner's all pissed off and you have yourself a brand new implant.
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02/02/2011 07:28 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it.
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Good Work, hope you aren't experiencing the negative things you posted... Glad they didn't swim away from you while you were operating... Good luck... Ever Vigilant!
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02/02/2011 07:30 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
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What was their purpose?

Why did removing them fuck your life up?
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
You don't need to remove them, just put a piece of duct tape over them, preferably the shiny silver kind.

Oh, and stay away from chick flicks. They put you to sleep and then your wife or girlfriend or high maintenance emo boyfriend or whatever you got going on there gets put into a trance and injects you with the device (it comes in the box). You wake up with a stiff neck and headache and your partner's all pissed off and you have yourself a brand new implant.
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wtf

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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it.
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Good Work, hope you aren't experiencing the negative things you posted... Glad they didn't swim away from you while you were operating... Good luck... Ever Vigilant!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I've experienced everything I've posted. That is why I posted it. Frankly I would just leave the damn things alone were I to have the choice to do it again. I think people looking for answers who may have these devices are drawn to sites like GLP. I just wanted to relay my experience with regards to removing these things. There seems to be consequences at least in my case.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
 Quoting: Mothball

gasp
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it.
 Quoting: Mothball


Good Work, hope you aren't experiencing the negative things you posted... Glad they didn't swim away from you while you were operating... Good luck... Ever Vigilant!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I've experienced everything I've posted. That is why I posted it. Frankly I would just leave the damn things alone were I to have the choice to do it again. I think people looking for answers who may have these devices are drawn to sites like GLP. I just wanted to relay my experience with regards to removing these things. There seems to be consequences at least in my case.
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Sorry to hear Mothball, how long ago did you take them out? Have things begun to improve? Maybe with time?
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
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What was their purpose?

Why did removing them fuck your life up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 988822

I have no idea as to the purpose. I don't know where they came from. I have a few theories but that is all. I don't see my life as "fucked up" other than my health. Just very altered.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
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I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it.
 Quoting: Mothball


Good Work, hope you aren't experiencing the negative things you posted... Glad they didn't swim away from you while you were operating... Good luck... Ever Vigilant!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I've experienced everything I've posted. That is why I posted it. Frankly I would just leave the damn things alone were I to have the choice to do it again. I think people looking for answers who may have these devices are drawn to sites like GLP. I just wanted to relay my experience with regards to removing these things. There seems to be consequences at least in my case.
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Sorry to hear Mothball, how long ago did you take them out? Have things begun to improve? Maybe with time?
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11 years. And thanks! I'm Ok just different.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
The matrix has us.


Seriously though, our bodies react to stimuli 2.4 seconds before it even happens / appears before us. Think long and hard about that.. with the matrix in mind.
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tru dat. Its the fundamental basis behind precognition. Its emotion driven.
Meerkats were formed of this world -
To create.
Then to save.
If it can not be saved, then to destroy & start the cycle again.
We are not Great, do not Worship us and we are not your Master's.
WE are ALL the Great Oral Disemenators... We are all FREE...
extracted from the book of "The nobody".
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
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Good Work, hope you aren't experiencing the negative things you posted... Glad they didn't swim away from you while you were operating... Good luck... Ever Vigilant!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I've experienced everything I've posted. That is why I posted it. Frankly I would just leave the damn things alone were I to have the choice to do it again. I think people looking for answers who may have these devices are drawn to sites like GLP. I just wanted to relay my experience with regards to removing these things. There seems to be consequences at least in my case.
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Sorry to hear Mothball, how long ago did you take them out? Have things begun to improve? Maybe with time?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

11 years. And thanks! I'm Ok just different.
 Quoting: Mothball


Hang in there... All the best to you!
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02/02/2011 07:46 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
 Quoting: Mothball

How dou you know "they" put it on you?
Do you leave them?
If so. Why did you do that?
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
For anyone curious. The first and most obvious implant was located in my left hand just below the wrist. When I removed it I noticed it was about 1/4 inch long cylinder, jagged on both ends. It was black shiny like licorice or quartz. small diameter. Held in place by T shaped spongy translucent flexible membrane with small barbs on the ends. The other was slightly larger but similar located on inner left thigh. It had nothing holding it in place.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Did you have them taken out?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1250799

I removed them myself 11 years ago. Lucky not to have had an infection or botched job plus it's painful and difficult to work on yourself so I wouldn't suggest it. In any case If you have one or more of these things you know less about yourself than you think but you're not going to get any profound answers or insight by removing them So consider the consequences.
 Quoting: Mothball

How dou you know "they" put it on you?
Do you leave them?
If so. Why did you do that?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1253161

I don't understand your questions? I made no reference to "they". Frankly I don't know how I got them but I suspect it was related to a flight without reason or explanation aboard a CH47 to Mannheim I and another fellow were put on while stationed in FRG. It's just kind of a guess on my part though.
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02/02/2011 07:53 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
That is actually Mothball's (OP) real picture. So leave in the implants or you'll end up looking like him...some kinda ascot wearing mummy thing.
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02/02/2011 07:56 AM
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
How did you locate them? I mean, what tipped you off that they were there? And who doyou think put them there? - had you been abducted? Or is this something we ALL have and just don't know it?
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
That is actually Mothball's (OP) real picture. So leave in the implants or you'll end up looking like him...some kinda ascot wearing mummy thing.
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He's telling the truth. You don't want to be a mummy with a effeminate fashion sense. it's hell! tounge
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
How did you locate them? I mean, what tipped you off that they were there? And who doyou think put them there? - had you been abducted? Or is this something we ALL have and just don't know it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1103915

The one in the left hand was obvious. I searched myself to located the one in the inner left thigh. I do not believe I was ever abducted in the classic abduction sense. We may all have them. I don't know.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
I'm finding some of this hard to believe.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
I'm finding some of this hard to believe.
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I probably would too. But considering how Vets chip animals these days I just figure maybe someone has been doing people for awhile too.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Everyone is examining their wrists right now, LOL.

I'm looking at my thigh at the moment.
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If you take them out it might trigger some sort of alarm and tracking sensor on the alien's console so it might be better to leave them in. But you could throw them off track if you sold them to somebody on eBay. You wouldn't get much for them, maybe just enough to buy a couple of tracks off iTunes.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Everyone is examining their wrists right now, LOL.

I'm looking at my thigh at the moment.
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In the wrist it would be close enough to the surface to feel. I noticed mine in 84. I just didn't remove til 2000. I used to kind of move it about and was always curious before i removed it. It's hard to cut into yourself to remove something. I don't recommend it.
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Re: The negative consequences of removing your implanted device.
Consider these. You may lose your career. You may lose your home,cars and most of your disposable income as a result. You may lose your spouse. You will certainly lose your sanity and your general health will decline. So think carefully before you decide to "liberate" yourself from these foreign objects that have been imposed upon your body.
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