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To the editor:
This is in response to Carl Evanoff’s letter to the editor last week, “What’s the message here?” A very interesting article and subject for debate, discussing whether real women in Brunswick County are made of plastic.
Mr. Evanoff should first recognize plastic is an intrinsic value of the “real woman” in today’s society. By that, I mean it is essential to their natural being. It makes women feel as belonging to something that bears the basic and essential features of nature.
For instance, does not Mr. Evanoff recognize most women have plastic credit cards permanently appended to one of their hands? How could they function without such an important appendage?
Instead of finding the irony of an ad, we should stand up and rejoice that our American women can use the plastic credit cards to purchase plastic body parts, thus yielding a more perfect person in the end; fully flexible and more enduring.
Mr. Evanoff, please join in the progressive evolution of plastic technology for use in the natural woman.