[LMB] Gene cleaning in real life
MATHEWS55 at msn.com
Sat Nov 11 16:52:23 GMT 2017
And I once longed to be a strong, athletic 6-foot redhead instead of a short fine-boned bookworm.
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Subject: Re: [LMB] Gene cleaning in real life
On Nov 09, 2017, at 05:18 PM, Eric Oppen <ravenclaweric at gmail.com> wrote:
Myself, if I could have my genes rewired (to eliminate my tendency to gain
weight will-I-nill-I, my vision problems, and whatever genetic tendency
there is toward alcoholism---I'm not one AFAIK but my parents both _were,_
which is why I avoid anything stronger than beer or wine) I'd do it in a
Eyes (astigmatism wasn't fully corrected removing the cataracts), dental issues, the Metabolic Syndrome X with earlier weight gain, due not to over eating, but to lack of access for regular preferred activity.
Feet that had a better heel/ball proportion--if it fits my heels, it's too tight side and top; if it fits balls and high arch, heel is too lose.
Migraines. Sinus triggered headaches. Easier time getting to sleep when I need to and less likely to keel over when I don't want to.
Longer legs--I'd like to be 5'4" or 5'8", instead of the same height as Kate Shugak.
Wavy/curly thick red hair that grows better than mine...
That's my shopping list.
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