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#1 imoldnslow

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Posted 27 August 2016 - 10:21 AM

My name came from getting put into a wheelchair from an older driver not paying attention and causing my back to be broken for the THIRD TIME!!! It happened in 1998. I felt pretty OLD AND SLOW at that time, and have since had to move into a home for disabled veterans. BUT...at least I know there are many people a lot worse off than I am. I am still very lucky as it could have been much worse! I am a veteran of the U.S.A.F. and have been out since 1979. I do some simple work on laptops and desktops such as replacing screens, motherboards, upgrading RAM, etc. I am very happy to become a member of this website and I hope I can get help and help others here. 



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