June 17th, 2009
Place: Eastern United States
Do ads for erectile dysfunction ads ever come in the regular mail? Not as part of a magazine, but independently? I tried googling "Viagra ads mail" and "erectile dysfunction ads" but primarily got people complaining about the television and e-mail ads. (Plus people trying to sell me drugs over the internet.)
(I've never seen one or heard anyone mention one, so I hope it's not an obvious question.)
I tried finding out on Google, but I failed. Tried "sexual reassignment surgery," "sexual reassignment surgery and youth," and "transgender youth" and get information overload. I haven't been able to locate the answer to the specific question.
Thanks in advance!
Edit: Can't really help on the setting. It takes place in an unspecified near future in an unspecified (and probably fictional) city. And I think it was taking place in Iowa, but I am not sure, and I might change it to Oregon.
My character is on board a plane, from Heathrow to Narita on business. Plane goes down somewhere he's guaranteed not to survive. I need to know what oceans would he be likely to go down in? Would he even be likely to go down in an ocean? Details of how he would be most likely to
die are not needed.
What would be an appropriate flight name? Think Lost for example- Oceanic 815.
Hoping you can help me!
-Googled: Flight plan heathrow narita, flight plan england japan, flight plan heathrow tokyo, flight plan london tokyo.
Searched: *Throat injuries resulting in muteness* Yahoo, google
My main character is mute.
His muteness has to be the result of an physical injury(the more pain the better; bonus points if it causes mental trauma as well) but I'm not quit sure how to injure him. The injury has to be serious enough to cause permanent damage (muteness) but not so serious that he'd die from it if he received very little to no medical care. Someone recommended having him force-fed lye or lye soap but would that work? Could he survive that with little or no medical care? What other damage would that cause (to his taste buds, teeth, stomach etc.)?
What other injuries could cause permanent muteness or damage the vocal cords to the point where he could maybe make sound but not be able to speak in any comprehensible way?