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dancer86442 posted:
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I believe 'Weblinks for Epilepsy' in Popular Discussions on the Rite, has these & other sites posted, too. :)

Love Phylis & Candi
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phoenix_sun responded:
i just go to and get my jewelery through them/

I just got a sports band that has music notes all over it becuase there is NOT a day that goes by where dosomething thta has to do wiht music. most of my life has been musical.

I have been getting stuff f rom them for 6 years now and they keep adding neat things to what they al ready have but some ot the prices go way up becuase some of them are 18 carat gold adn charm brackets and the like.

I have also ordered a stainless steel neckless or braclet multiple time becuase i have to update my hx.

they have a medical on-line emercency thing where all yous medical stuff and medical contacs and docs and tht is on there allergies who toget ahold of if thre is an emeregency etc

My braclelt ahs already done its work for me when I was having szs from 3D movie. after it was over I had 2 at the theatre 2 inthe amulance nad 2 more in the hospital.

One of the medics tild my mom tht his son has a VNS for 8 months but was not giving him any relief. I remember nothing of this at all. it was a LONG stay in teh ER I was told.

This shot that shot and aother junk to help me come around and get unconfused before going bacxk home.

This is when we still lived in PHX.

absoulety no recollection of that day at all.

Weird huh.

but the medicalert braclet did its thing for me it talked when I could not.


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