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He'll probably end up a Redskin knowing the Redskins' luck. Griffin's going to be out for a year. Right when we got going again, bam, bad luck. Someone needs to perform acupuncture and cupping on Griffin's knees and legs. Prick locations and especially vessels: get the bad blood moving away (and out the body), allowing fresh blood to move in, bringing in nutrients and oxygen and enabling remaining bone to generate osteoblasts which evolve into osteocytes, forming new healthy bone instead of ankylized (sp?) bone. Heal naturally, I say. If surgery, do it to remove without implantation.

Once implantation, there's no returning to the natural state, well, without major aid and time lost, probably a lot of time. (Happened to me concerning jawbone surgery that beforehand I overlooked a check list of what the dentist could do to me. I overlooked the collagen plug implantation. Had I not let my exuberance get hold of me where I flitted down the list marking all boxes (which stated what he could do to me) and signed my name at its bottom without thinking this dentist would act contrary to what he said in his video taped two-hour lecture, to not use plugs because they stop blood flow which negates the surgery and could exacerbate the patient's problems, I'd be fine today doing the work I want to and I'd probably have a girlfriend and my own place instead of being poor, single and living with my dad.) Anyway.

I don't have a problem with Tebow. He can run, after all, a skill Griffin has and I think is what Redskins' offense is tailored to. If Tebow goes to the 'skins, I hope he'll be what Steve Young was to Joe Montana, one heckuva backup QB.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.