About Me: Male, 52, Erwin, TN, member since Jul 2016
I'm a 51 year "Old Man" Happily married for 31 years with 3 wonderful children ages 14, 9, and 6. I have been disabled for about 10 years with Heart disease, Degenerative disc, and joint disease, Diabetes, and Diabetic Retina disease, and Macular degeneration with Glauc
[More]oma in my eyes. I worked for Thomasville Furniture in Johnson City, TN for 15 years until they moved their operation to China in 2001, then I went to Tennessee Technology Center in Elizabethton, TN and got my Universal HVAC/R Certification, then Worked until 2005 as a Service Technician answering service calls for Train Heating, and cooling warranty division under Air Experts inc. Jonesborough, TN until I became disabled.
"I had read last year of a Russian scientist that is planing the first human head transplant of a quadriplegic mans head onto a healthy brain-dead donors body by using a regenerating solution of pre-programed stem cells to do the reconnec..."
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