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Re: [IP] Re: Washington Post readers - What was that

OK guys - whatever it is, or was, or shall ever for be - let's give them 
credit that they are actually ADDESSING the issue of Type I  children and for 
once getting off their (the media's) obsession with Type II.  (They only 
speak of that which they know - they can't or won't or don't want to take the 
time to understand Type I - it's too deep for them)  Why, after 32 years of 
dealing with this ___, do I feel I need to educate the world?    Sorry, I'm 
in rare form today.  I'll tell you about it tomorrow - it's re: checking 
blood sugar of a non-d child and what a judge actually said - another stupid, 
stupid comment.  

Tammy, Mom to Joely (dx'd 1970); g-ma to Emma (dx'd 9-15-01)  Animas pumpers  
7-18-02, g-ma to Nick non-d & homeschooled,  mom to Troy (non-d)) 16 yo

In a message dated 8/9/02 1:03:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> >In Thursday's metro
> >section of the Washington Post, page B5, there is a picture. ... The 
> >girl is holding up her shirt and pushing an object against her skin 
> >just above and to the left
> >of her navel, looking at it very intently.  The bottom and top of the 
> object
> >appear flat, the body is rounded, with about 2/3 dark and larger, the top
> >third clear.  There appears to be tubing coming out of it, which hangs in
> >front of her pants for the few inches below her beltline shown.
> That's the inserter for QuickSets, I'll bet. Haven't seen the 
> picture, but your description sounds just like it.
> Molly
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