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Transitioning from the BTD to the GTD
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Peppermint Twist
Tuesday, January 15, 2008, 2:48pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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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!"



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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.


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Victoria
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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.



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