AMIENS, France — The Frenchwoman who received the world's first partial face transplant showed off her new features to the public today, saying in a heavily slurred voice that she now looks "like everyone else" and hopes to resume a normal life. Isabelle Dinoire's speech was difficult to understand, but she explained how she was disfigured by a dog bite last year, and she thanked the family of the donor who gave her new lips, a chin and nose. A fine, circular scar was still visible where the face tissue was attached in the 15-hour operation in Amiens on Nov. 27. "I have a face like everyone else," Dinoire said at her first news conference since the groundbreaking surgery in November. "A door to the future is opening." Very, very cool. One has to wonder though: what do the family of the cadaver feel? I mean, your loved one dies, their face gets hacked off, and stuck onto another person... It's all kind of creepy, but cool at the same time. Would you touch the issue with a 10foot stick?