O'Reilly Factor interview re botox


Posted by Cynthia , Apr 17,2002,18:37   Archive
Last night on the O'Reilly Factor (Fox News Channel), Mr. O'Reilly intereviewed a woman and her doctor (a plastic surgeon, I believe) regarding her treatment of botox for wrinkles. What was amazing was that nothing was mentioned about its use for other disorders except a brief referral to its use for "neurological disorders". The other amazing thing was that the woman did/could not stop blinking her eyes throughout the entire time she was on camera! It almost looked like she was exhibiting the classic first symptoms of this dread disorder. Did anyone else see this? What was your reaction? I sent an email to Mr. O'Reilly and said I would trade my blepharospasm for wrinkles in the blink of an eye!
Cynthia in IL where it is warm here today too.



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Posted by Shirley-Arkansas-USA , Apr 18,2002,09:34 Top of Thread Archive
Cynthia, I didn't see it but am glad that you emailed O'Reilly. That would have been interesting to watch. Maybe she actually did have Blepharospasm and also gets the injections for wrinkles. Wrinkles are "in" now for BOTOX advertising.

Shirley in Arkansas where the sun is shining




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Posted by Lynn Yarbrough , Apr 18,2002,12:01 Top of Thread Archive
How ironic! That's funny. Kinda like a cartoon I saw, showing a man with a spear through his back, saying "It only hurts when I laugh"! Hang on, folks, something good will come of this yet...

--- Lynn




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Posted by Kathy in Atlanta (kathy,Kathy in Atlanta), Apr 18,2002,15:56 Top of Thread Archive
Good that you saw that! O'reilly seems like the type of guy that likes to get beneath the superficial aspects of anything. Maybe your e-mail will help. His face is handsomely weathered by age, it appears, as is unfortunately the case on most men.
I wonder if some people do get the botox for both wrinkles and the beb. Does anyone know?

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