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Re: We are here


Hi, so sorry that this response is many months late, but I hadn't received email notification (maybe because at the time I failed to set email notification as default or whatever...

Anyway, thanks so much for responding!

Believe me, I understand how frustrating spam gets - in fact, the remote-hosted survey attached to my monitor-pain site got spammed up because for some reason, Lemnet found it difficult to add a delay.
(here's what I mean: http://www.lemnet.com/guestbooks/sign/?user=monitorp&book=1a

If by any chance someone knows of a similar YET SPAM-PROOF remote-hosted survey-style guestbook which can be used as monitor-pain survey, I'd appreciate it.

I'm passionate about this topic for very good reason - because people are becoming subtly irradiated without even realizing it, similar to lead cups of ancient times. And it's NOT TRUE that LCD's are shielded. I challenge anyone to ONGOINGLY check out the visitor-keywords linked to my site, and you'll see how many people have computer monitor complaints. Of course, due to the non-precision of human nature, not many people think of using LCD as keyword - rather they'll use "monitor". But many have also keyed in LCD, and even "laptop".

Further proof is my many very unusual symptoms directly correlated to exposure. My biopsy scar kept bleeding without healing properly, I'd get high blood pressure which for me is EXTREMELY unusual, and much more, as listed on my site.
 

 
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