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Re: [IP] Re: relations



I work in wafer fabs around the world (we wear the funny intel-guys suits,
but we don't dance as well) and I got to work with an epileptic.  I make it
a practice to divulge my diabetes to others, so they can feel more
comfortable when I get up to leave to get food.  Anyway, we joked that I
would be having an insulin reation and pleading, "Mark, Mark..help me..need
food," and he'd be saying "Jffff grrrrrr..." while both laying on the floor
of the fab.  No disrespect to epileptics, those were his words, not mine.

Jeff

----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 1999 2:04 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Re: relations


>      When I first met my husband I would not tell him that I was a
diabetic,
> I was afraid of rejection but found out he was afraid of the same thing he
is
> and epileptic, what a combination, but this is where society has told us
that
> you are not normal because you don't have the capacity to function without
> medication,  but there are more people who have or will have a problem
sooner
> or later .  If you look up the definition of normal is anything that is
not
> abnormal and the definition of abnormal is anything that is not normal a
> vicious cycle .
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