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Re: [IP] lazer quest party



Marina,
 I would recommend disconnecting. My son went to one of these parties last
year and was covered in sweat at the end of an hour of running around like a
crazy person! He had a blast, but it was a LOT of exercise. He was 13 at the
time, and so were the other 8 boys, so maybe it won't be so wild if your son
is very young. good luck. Carole
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Carole Hoffman
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Marina" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2001 3:41 PM
Subject: [IP] lazer quest party


> I need help/advice.  My son was invited to a lazer
> quest party and I want to know if he should disconnect
> from the pump to avoid an electronic interference type
> of alarm.  They wear these battery power packs and
> lazer guns and I'm of electrical static/interference,
> etc.  I'm leaning toward disconnecting but my husband
> says that nothing will happen.  If I disconnect,
> should I increase his basal rate an hour or two prior
> to disconnecting to avoid a high later on or should I
> just leave it be since he'll probably be active?
> Any ideas/opinions?  Please email privately as I'm on
> digest and I need answers now.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marina
>
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