Even though I was advised not to engage in creative activity for at least a week I couldn't help it. I think what was frozen was @GROTTO G.S.M. INC.
's servers, and not really my own muscles. I just can't tell where my own body ends and the world around me begins, especially in terms of information processing. Because Cyborgness.
So I think maybe the surgery that @Dr Krimsborg, DPM
did was unnecessary. Which is fine because my insurance offers the best deductibles for unnecessary surgery. I'm just wondering what kind of rights I signed away in terms of my DNA and that tissue sample.
See look my poetry muscles are working just fine:
The Pheasant People is we with reeds
The Rice Laws ever a riparian milk. And phenomenon.
Police Ghost rooftops
Fashioned Police complaints,
Fang natural factual of never natural 50
We aim to dismantle the City.
I'm sorry to hear you think the surgery was unnecessary. I assure you the tissue provided was not used for anything other than the analysis, as was written in the agreed disclaimer. Although I do praise you for your poetry skill after the surgery, I recommend refraining from your practise for just a little longer. It seems your cyborg capabilities may have superspeeded the recovery process... I'll write to the Robotics Institute for their opinion if you would like.
I firmly believe the surgery was necessary, as without it your creative skill would have been badly repressed. However, I welcome you to post regular updates with regard to your recovery. I wish you well and welcome you to return to the clinic if you have any questions.