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Re: [IP] ID Bracelet


I didn't mean to offend anyone, I just believe that those clunky medic
alert bracelet are a constant reminder.  YUK!  I realize no one is
perfect, but how many other people have to wear a hunk of metal 24-7,
detailing their imperfection?

On Thu, 20 Aug 1998 23:04:53 -0700 Sam Skopp <email @ redacted> writes:
>At 08:38 PM 08/20/1998  email @ redacted wrote:
>>Does anyone know if ankle bracelets are available?  Where can I get 
>>I agree necklaces and bracelets are too corny.  Why not just write "I 
>>defective" across my forehead?  
>I don't think being diabetic makes me, or anyone else, "defective". 
>all, everyone has something that's not perfect. I believe that anyone 
>a chronic disease that can live a relatively normal life and make a 
>contribution to society is someone very special, hardly defective. Who 
>are as a person is so much more important that any disease you happen 
>have.  The bracelet is merely an important health & safety measure. It 
>not a label.
>[getting off my soap box]
>Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

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