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RE: [IP] Changing the site discreetly when not at home



We stopped being discreet along time ago. I remember one time we were at the
Corvette museum when Lucas noticed his site was bad and we changed it right
there in the parking lot on the front seat of the van. Several people looked
at us but not a one said a word. Discreet my thoughts are if you don't want
to see it turn your head and look the other way, and if you want to look go
right ahead we got nothing to hide and nothing to be ashamed of.

Pete

-----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted [mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf
Of Mack
Sent: October 30, 2000 1:28 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IP] Changing the site discreetly when not at home


I stopped being discreet about taking injections after 2 incidents.  The
first was after getting arrested for taking drugs when a cop saw me sitting
my car flicking the syringe to get the air out.  He wouldn't listen and
wouldn't look at the insulin vials.  Didn't know I could sue over that, was
21.  The second was when my boss told me that I could no longer use the tiny
little office/about the size of a walk in closet behind our
reception/security desk where I was posted, and had to use the public
restroom.  I refused and threatened to sue after that one.  I won't do it in
a public dinning room, or right out in the open at work, but I won't hide in
a public toilet either.

Derek
email @ redacted


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