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Transitioning from the BTD to the GTD
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Genotype = Gatherer; BT/GTDer since 97 and lost 97
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Quoted from teri

ditto that!, the best word processing program ever written, was unassuming and so "revealing". Plus, the macro's feature that allowed you to do anything! I too went kicking and screaming to Word, which assumed everything and allowed nothing.

Sing it, sister!

I miss macros!  I don't even bother trying to do anything similar in Word.

I can't even talk about WP5.1 for DOS anymore  .  In the immortal words of Linda Richman, "I'm a little verclempt!  Tawk amongst yourselves.  I'll give you a topic:  Microsoft is neither micro, nor soft:  DISCUSS!"

"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - me -

Jung/Myers-Briggs personality type:  INFJ
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I was wondering about the black dot items since Dr. D says that we can eat them in moderation after 3-6 months ...

What's the consensus on how many times per week that would amount to, ESPECIALLY if u don't have a weight problem ... does it make a difference or NOT  

Hoping everybody's eating for their Genotype and loving it  
I'm trying  

Thanks folks  

Yes I'm wondering about this myself....

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I don't have my book with me, but I'm going to approach the black dot foods (in 3-6 months) as 0-2 times per week. Just because I can (eat a food), doesn't mean I should.

I'm taking my power back by remembering that a belief is only a thought that I keep thinking,
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Swami Nomad 56%
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I feel like they are occasional neutrals, instead of staple foods.  But it's nice to know that we have a bit of flexibility for variety here and there.

Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
~Mary Jean Irion
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