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To tell you the truth,,, was posted 01/27/2015 11:20 am by Anonymous
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When I first came here on behalf of my mother, who has since passed, I looked at the Bio Board, too. I noticed how many people had died, how many updates never happened, how many people's names there were not to be found on the Discussion Board. All in all it was a pretty depressing thing to read (and I read through pages and pages of biographies on there). It just seemed like everyone who had PC died, and in the back of my mind I thought that I didn't want my mom to be one of those sad cases that someone in the future will look at and thing the same thing, and that my mom would be somehow locked into some cyber parallel universe of that being the sum of her life (as others would see it) when there was so much more.

I know what I'm saying is probably hard to understand, but I'm be completely honest here. And so maybe that's why others don't use it either? Just a thought from my personal perspective.

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