And each man is now in his own private hell. His woman ruled over God and the natural use of the man.
There is no manhood ritual in the Scripture that mentions cutting the flesh.
Abraham was not snipped. Jacob was not snipped. Abraham was fertile when God Almighty decided he wanted a Abraham to have a child in old age. Sarah was fertile when God decided to make her fertile.
Children are an heritage from Yhwh! Mess with this at your own risk. Let’s get this straight. God is God. God made man.\
Scroll down to “Botched” Operation article ! These people are screwed in more ways than one.
Mess with the Balls God gave you and you are screwed. If messes with your brain and you go nuts. just a matter of time. Don’t mess with God Almighty. Do you understand?
:28 Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD. (Leviticus 19:28, KJV)
:5 They shall not make baldness upon their head, neither shall they shave off the corner of their beard, nor make any cuttings in their flesh. (Leviticus 21:5, KJV)
This desire to cut the testicles tubes may be a demon inside these men because they have rejected the Word of God.
:5 And always, night and day, he was in the mountains, and in the tombs, crying, and cutting himself with stones. (Mark 5:5, KJV)
:9 Stay yourselves, and wonder; cry ye out, and cry: they are drunken, but not with wine; they stagger, but not with strong drink. 10 For the LORD hath poured out upon you the spirit of deep sleep, and hath closed your eyes: the prophets and your rulers, the seers hath he covered. (Isaiah 29:9-10, KJV)
–end of the Hebrew commentary on the article.
WAKE FOREST — They lounged together on a puffy sofa: four pals with beers in their hands, pizza on their plates and bags of frozen peas slowly defrosting in their pants, soothing snipped manhood.
Only hours before, these brave comrades had piled into a car, thirsty for adventure, and jaunted to the urologist’s office for a group vasectomy.
They figured: Why not take a potentially negative experience and share it with friends? Why not link arms, grit teeth and stare down three injections to the groin? Why not turn sterility into a bonding experience?
“Really, it’s just about buds getting together,” explained Jake Fehling, 33.
The idea started as a conversation between Fehling and Penn Holderness, whom you may recognize as the news anchor for WNCN, or for his blink-and-miss-it appearance in “Iron Man 3,” or for the slowly-going-viral video featuring his family in their Christmas jammies, in which Papa Holderness performs a dance step that closely resembles a twerk.
Both proud and happy fathers, they thought they might hang up their reproductive spurs; fade into the procreative sunset; put the stud horse out to pasture.
“We love our kids, but we don’t have to give birth to them,” said Holderness, 39. “If we did it (the vasectomies) together, it might be more fun. I know people who’ve had this done and been really bummed out afterward. I guess it’s part of your manhood that’s not there.”
Enter David Sonntag, 33, who called one day inquiring about maybe getting together and hitting some golf balls, and then mentioned that he’d been mulling over the idea of a clipped vasa deferentia.
Then in walked Derrick Minor, 36, who ran into the group at an Artspace benefit in downtown Raleigh; he also remarked on his willingness to undergo the incision. And who should appear at that very benefit but Dr. Jerome Parnell, urologist.
“The sea parts on the dance floor, and there’s our doctor,” Holderness said. “That was the closer. That was Mariano Rivera.”
And so the Vas Pack had formed.
Not that there weren’t cold feet, even among the patients’ wives. These four men had fathered 10 children between them; but even then, you can’t help feeling nervous about nixing the chance for more kids. Vasectomy reversal is possible, but risky.
Then there’s the primal, caveman urge to populate the Earth. The caveman inside a vasectomy patient argues that sowing seeds is a man’s first and greatest role, and that he should approach the job like a genetic Johnny Appleseed.
But off to the urologist the four went, doubts behind them, only to discover that Parnell was waiting for them with a pair of hedge clippers and a drill. Chuckles all around.
Here’s the thing about a vasectomy: It takes about 8 minutes. Getting your teeth cleaned at the dentist can last an hour. But kinking the hose from which all life flows can require less time than boiling an egg.
The injections hurt the most – especially the third one, which hits square in the target. And then there’s the actual snip, which is loud enough for a spectator to hear.
But for our heroes, the experience was made lighter by the tweeting, the iPhone movies, the behind-the-scenes pictures and the doctor screaming a feigned, “Oh no!” for the benefit of people in the waiting room.
And afterward, recuperating on Fehling’s couch, they were lighthearted enough about it all to compose a song to the tune of The Cure’s “Friday I’m In Love,” which Holderness strummed on the guitar:
Oh, we have kids that we adore
but our wives don’t want any more
so they sent us to the snippy store
It’s Friday, we’re getting a vasectomy!
From my vantage point, the level of manliness hadn’t dipped at all among this group. If anything, it has escalated. Here were four brothers joined in a painful rite of passage, crossing the bridge to middle age like Vikings over a stormy sea.
Neighbors: Hospital shooter in pain from botched vasectomy
RENO, Nev. – Authorities on Friday were trying to determine whether a Northern California man’s anger over complications he suffered from a 2010 vasectomy could be the motive behind a shooting rampage at a Nevada urologist’s office.
Reno Police Lt. William Rulla said detectives were working to obtain Alan Oliver Frazier’s medical records to learn more about his physical and mental health.
Frazier fatally shot one doctor and injured another before killing himself on Dec. 17.
The 51-year-old made it clear in a suicide note that he had planned the attack and that his “focus was on the physicians at the specific office,” Rulla said. Police recovered the note at Frazier’s home.
Investigators have declined to specify the kind of surgery he had or say whether the doctors he targeted had anything to do with it.
But a couple who lived across the street from Frazier at Lake Almanor, about 130 miles north of Reno, said the operation he had was a vasectomy. They also said Frazier frequently posted complaints in an online chat group about the pain he suffered from what he claimed was a botched surgery.
An international expert in men’s reproductive health care said that while it is uncommon, some men experience pain more than two years after a vasectomy.
Neighbor Mario Tognotti told The Associated Press on Friday that Frazier told him and his wife that he sought help from doctors for his pain and had approached a lawyer about the situation. Tognotti declined to comment further.
His wife, Jari Tognotti, told the Reno Gazette-Journal in an email Thursday that Frazier encouraged friends to learn more about the kind of painful allergic reactions that men like him sometimes suffered as a result of vasectomies. She said it involved “immune-type reactions while their bodies are trying to absorb the sperm.”
Dr. Paul Turek, president of the Society of Male Reproduction and Urology, said that while vasectomies remain among the safest forms of permanent contraception, there are potential short- and long-term side effects. He declined to comment on Frazier’s case, but noted about 60 to 70 percent of men who undergo vasectomies develop an allergy to their sperm in the form of “antisperm antibodies.”
Turek also said it’s rare but possible to experience pain more than two years after a vasectomy.
“Developing over time can be a low-grade discomfort in the scrotum that’s basically relieved by reversals because it’s due to congestion that causes back pressure,” Turek told the AP.
Any sperm allergy appears to be localized to the immune systems on reproductive tracts, he said, and antisperm antibodies have not been shown conclusively to have any significant effect on other organs.
Rulla said authorities were aware that Frazier claimed he was “having adverse symptoms” from his surgery, and they were in the process of securing his full medical records to determine the nature of the operation and his claims.
Witnesses told investigators that Frazier said during the attack that he was looking for physicians, not patients. He entered the third-floor office at about 2 p.m. Tuesday with the shotgun he used to kill Dr. Charles G. Gholdoian, 46, president of Urology Nevada; critically wound Dr. Christine Lajeunesse; and seriously injure Shantae Spears, who was accompanying a relative on an office visit.
Police have declined to comment on whether they’ve uncovered any evidence of mental health problems in Frazier’s past. City spokeswoman Sharon Spangler said Friday police would have no further comment before Monday.
Frazier’s former fiancee, Stephanie Wright-West, has told the AP that Frazier took medication for depression when they were together in the mid-1990s. She also said friends once talked him out of killing himself when they found him in a truck in the mountains with a gun.