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(News 13 Orlando)   Kids these days and their darn caring about trying to cure a disease   (mynews13.com) divider line 10
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2013-11-21 12:40:01 AM  
fta Melbourne school to send ALS experiment to International Space Station

Was his name Bob?
 
2013-11-21 12:44:09 AM  
I still can't believe Lou Gehrig died from that. What are the odds?
 
2013-11-21 12:44:54 AM  
Dam disease?

That sounds potentially dangerous for anyone down stream of the blockage.
 
2013-11-21 12:45:03 AM  
Meanwhile, at the local madrasa charter school.
 
2013-11-21 12:55:06 AM  

AltheaToldMe: Dam Darn disease?

That sounds potentially dangerous for anyone down stream of the blockage.


FTFM

Now that I took my contacts out, I realized that I misread the headline.

/Durp.
//nead moar coffe
 
2013-11-21 01:25:57 AM  
Good for them.  This is one of the worst diseases anyone can get.  Any sort of awareness for it is good.  The research that's been done is interesting, but there is so much more that needs to happen.  No one deserves to go through it.  It is truly heartbreaking to watch someone die of this :(.
 
2013-11-21 01:37:07 AM  
Right on. Go get 'em, kids.
 
2013-11-21 01:52:43 AM  
When I was in school I think we walked for a MS cure. Obviously we didn't walk hard enough because 25 years later not only is MS still here, but everyone has gotten fatter.
 
2013-11-21 04:33:04 AM  
My Brain(Ilness + ISS) = I wonder what diarrhea looks like in space and if they have a protocol for astronauts with the runs (or floats).
 
2013-11-21 09:15:42 AM  
There's no ALS in space, why no Florida tag?
 
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