Hackneyed stereotyped conventional ignorance about amputation
mld9u at virginia.edu
Wed Feb 2 06:25:18 PST 2000
I think this is very informative...None of us has all the answers and we can
all choose to discuss these things with or without an open mind...I just
hope a rational discussion can come from all this finger pointing...
My dictionary has a definition for "choice"(def.#6):"a grade of meat between
prime and good".
That's what my leg was before that tree fell on me...my choices were quickly
narrowed down for me as they were for us all...I don't think it is fair to
belittle someone for the difficult choices they made for whatever reason
that suited their life needs.Just my humble opinion...:o)
From: Stacey Asby <rsasby at msn.com>
>Okay, well this could get very informative for all of us then?
>I'm really trying to understand your definition of "choice" or this
>as you call it?
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