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11-06-2007, 09:50 PM
Hey everyone just note to say I am back. Listen up guys I am really in need of some Website Work. Bills are piling up and I cant seem to get ahead. If anyone needs anything please let me know. I promise I can get your site at the top in your city and county. Ask Dothan Lawn Care.
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11-06-2007, 11:14 PM
Glad to see you back online! http://www.gophergraphics.com/forum/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif
11-07-2007, 12:12 AM
Welcome back, Rodman!
Guys, Rodman is a magic worker when it comes to getting your website to number one! I saw what he did with Dothan Lawn Care... help him out and let him help YOU out!
...and while you're at it, contact me for a logo! I'll do three prototypes, you choose the one you like best, tell me how you want it customized further, and you've got yourself a brand new logo! Only $50!! I'll design till you're happy!
11-07-2007, 01:27 AM
Its not that I am trying to make money off you guys. IM trying to survive! My income has came to hardly nothing. I have no idealhwo i got my self into this mess.Well I do know, My wife Jenn and I are expecting a baby in Feb, We went to her 5 month checkup they told us the baby has spinal Bifita think thats how its spelled. Its a genatic deiase where the baby spinal cord is exposed. These test that we are having done are runing into the thousand's there taking a toll on my savings I used to have. Anyway thats one of the reasons I was off line. WE are waiting on apt to go to orlando fl to see a specialest and see what they can do, anyway enough me rambling....
11-07-2007, 02:52 AM
Oh Rodman! I am sorry about that! I don't know anything about this so I did a quick search.
Spina bifida (Latin: "split spine") is a developmental birth defect involving the neural tube: incomplete closure of the embryonic neural tube results in an incompletely formed spinal cord. In addition, the bones of the spine (vertebrae) overlying the open portion of the spinal cord do not fully form and remain unfused and open.
More information about this here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spina_bifida
Keep us posted as to what happens!
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