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About the Grid Project--Check it out!


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Hi Everyone,

If you are like me, if you had the $$ you'd be paying a PC Dr. the $80-150 or more to fix these problems for you, right? Well, maybe you're going to make a small donation to your helper but here's an even bigger way to help in case you didn't see it up above: The Grid Project. Help put an end to human misery and support the GTG's favorite charity.

Good luck everyone.

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BairbreJ,

I could not agree more that is one of the best ways to give something back

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Sure gives me a good feeling. My son * daughter were impressed. They might sign up for the proteome (sp?) as well since genetic disorders run rampant through both sides of both sides of our family.

Makes me wonder what the heck we were thinking when we reproduced but the truth is, back in those days, people didn't really talk about these things. Not to mention the fact that the families we grew up in didn't have the educational background to really understand HUMAN genetics. It was all a crap shoot. The Almighty took care of those things.

But the livestock? Had to have their cows inseminated by a prize bull if they didn't have one in the pasture themselves, by [bleep]! And they kept the best rooster in the flock while the rest were sent to the pot. And etc. Humans were above all that though. It makes me laugh really...

Oh dear, I've babbled... Sorry about that. ;^>

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