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RE: [IP] Re:ID Bracelet being unnoticeable



Another site for those of you who like the unusual identification is:

woundedwarrier.com


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Paula Berketo [SMTP:email @ redacted]
> Sent:	Friday, August 21, 1998 2:54 PM
> To:	email @ redacted
> Subject:	[IP] Re:ID Bracelet being unnoticeable
> 
> Darin Parker wrote:
> > Because of the inferior quality of the Medic Alert bracelet
>   I have had mine for over twenty years and never had a problem with
> quality......
> 
> > medalion part to my arm wiht a piece of leather shoe lace.  Looks
> better
> > and doesn;t draw  attention.  My friends often were critical of teh
> > "un-cool" look of an piece of "old person's" jewlery.
> 
> Sorry the current styling of Medic Alert bracelets are not cool and
> draw
> too much attention.
> 
> HELLO TO ALL OF YOU OUT THERE WHO DO NOT SEEM TO GET THE POINT.  We
> should
> never try to hide the fact that we have diabetes.  What is better -
> looking
> fashionable and getting into real trouble because someone doesn't know
> we
> have this disease or being safe and wearing a small metal bracelet.
> To me
> - the more conspicuous the better.
> 
> Paula 
>  
> 
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