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Ear Magnets

No more holes
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Implant magnets into your ear lobes.

Benefits include easy attachment of ear jewelry, and perhaps the ability to develop a sense of direction.

Worldgineer, Jul 05 2005

Injectible Compass Inspiration [Worldgineer, Jul 05 2005]

Magnetic Jewelry Implants http://web.archive....0Jewelry_20Implants
Found it in the archive. 'Tis truly a delete, though, so have at it. [waugsqueke, Jul 05 2005]

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       Why stop at the ears?
ldischler, Jul 05 2005
  

       There's really no reason to stop at ears.
Worldgineer, Jul 05 2005
  

       "Gee, I dunno. If I listen close I can hear that the hard-drive is working, but all the data seems corrupted."
Basepair, Jul 05 2005
  

       Too bad silver and gold aren’t magnetic.
ldischler, Jul 05 2005
  

       Ah, now I remember why no repost. Someone mentioned it's referenced in an Ursula Le Guin book.
waugsqueke, Jul 05 2005
  

       Hm...whatever happened to my Implanted Jewelery idea...?
DrCurry, Jul 06 2005
  

       Why don't magnets corrupt the data in our brains? Aren't brains magnetic?
JesusHChrist, Jul 06 2005
  

       [jhc] Not really.   

       [waugs]/[DC] Wow, I thought I might have read this here before, but searched. Now I'm fairly sure I read both before. I guess it just stuck with me.
Worldgineer, Jul 06 2005
  

       Do NOT get an MRI with these in.
joeforker, Jul 06 2005
  

       wasn't that great that thing worldgineer never read on the hb that was written by several bakers over the years...   

       hah! it happens to the worst of us.
po, Jul 06 2005
  
      
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