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February 25, 2013 ·

A question from Iyesia Rimpson:
I just received a reply email from my local senator about the CRPS laws. He asked for me to send him the actual codes for the state of California because he is more than happy to help.
Someone please help me?
Maria Rodriguez Call your local state rep they should be able to help. Shouldn’t the senator know this?
February 25, 2013 at 11:22pm · Like · 1 · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne Thank you! i will post the email soon. That will explain more about what is needed.
February 25, 2013 at 11:55pm · Like · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne Thank you for contacting my office regarding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. I appreciate legislative suggestions from constituents–some of the best bills come from engaged citizens who see a problem, and think of a good solution. As I understand it, y…See More
February 25, 2013 at 11:57pm · Like · 3 · Message
Michelle Bloem
Michelle Bloem Do you need the medical codes? If so. I have them
February 26, 2013 at 7:46am · Like · 1 · Message
Erin Radcliffe
Erin Radcliffe I would like to know what codes you have for Ohio Laws Iyesia. I am in Ohio and sure could use some help smile emoticon
February 26, 2013 at 2:18pm · Like · 1 · Message
Cynthia Tambolleo Martelli
Cynthia Tambolleo Martelli Is there generic letter that we all could use to send to our state reps? If so I would love to have a copy to send out.
February 26, 2013 at 3:13pm · Like · 1 · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne Michelle Bloem yes please inbox any info you may have thank you so much
February 26, 2013 at 3:23pm · Like · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne @Erin Radcliffe I used a generic form of the letter that was posted a few months ago and it was for Ohio. I will see if I can locate it and I will inbox it to you
February 26, 2013 at 3:24pm · Like · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne @cynthia Tambolleo Martelli I am looking for the copy of the letter I used I will inbox it once I locate it but I believe it was from one of these fb pages
February 26, 2013 at 3:25pm · Like · Message
Iyesia Osborne
Iyesia Osborne check your inbow inside the other folder i sent a sample letter
February 26, 2013 at 3:31pm · Like · Message
Michelle Bloem
Michelle Bloem Ok give me a few hours
February 26, 2013 at 6:22pm · Like · Message
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Mary Kate

My name is mary kate and I am 18 years old. I was a level 10 gymnast and had a very bad ankle injury. I had 5 ankle surgeries and none of them worked and I kept getting progressively worse. I was diagnosed with CRPS type 2 a year ago even though the injury was 4 years ago and symptoms started. I have tried nerve blocks, a ton of medications, and Cleveland clinic which I strongly discourage any…

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Jacki

I am single and in my thirties.  I currently live in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex but moved around as a child so I have lived in numerous places between Texas and the midwest.  I developed RSD from after I fractured a bone and experienced full body spreading before my 2 year pain-aversary.  I started a local support group in the DFW area and enjoy helping others understand this disease…

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1991 Pontiac Firebird GTA

The Trans Am GTA – Gran Turismo Americano RPO Y84

Some say, that the name Gran Turismo Americano had to do with Pontiac wanting to connect to the Euro concept which was used to market the brand. I like to think that the GTA stands for Grand Trans Am’s, since the GTA’s were for the most part, the top of the line from the Firebird line.

The GTA was produced from 1987 to 1992 when the 3rd generation “F” bodies came to an end of production. All GTA’s were equipped with Tune Port Fuel Injection, all came with the Gold Mesh wheels reminiscent of the old 1978-79 Trans Am wheels.

Another distinction to the GTA, is that they were never built as a convertible. For the interior, all GTA’s came with articulating bucket seats, the most comfortable sports seats, I have ever sat in, available in either cloth or the optional leather.

From 1987 – 1990 all GTA’s looked virtually the same. In 1991 Pontiac revised the look of the Firebird, so, 1991 and 1992 the final year of the F-body looks different from the rest. For 1991, only 2035 GTA’s were produced for America and 48, for Canada. In 1991 I had owned a very rare GTA, as it was equipped with the high output 305 Tune Port and a 5 speed manual. According to G.M about 160 of those were made. The High Output 305 came with dual cats, and the Hp rating was just 10 shy of the 350. Needless to say, that was a fun car to drive.

To top it off, that car was originally made for a top Pontiac Executive and was auctioned off with less than 1000 miles. To this day, I’m almost certain, that, that particular car got special treatment, as it was able to pull away from Corvettes of the same model year equipped with the 350ci power plant, G.M’s top of the line sports car.

The current GTA in my collection, is equipped with all the performance goodies, including RPO code J65 Front and rear disc brakes. The power plant RPO code L98 5.7 ltr. With RPO N10 dual exhaust rated at 245 hp, just 5 hp shy of the same model year Corvette and 350 ft.lbs.

The Exterior paint is the RPO 45U Medium Green Metallic with an Interior RPO 662 Beechwood (tan) leather. In my opinion, one of the best color combinations for the GTA, as all the emblems match the gold color of the mesh wheels. The contrast of the Green metallic paint with tan leather and gold mesh wheels, makes for the perfect color combination.

As usual, the only thing missing on this car, is T-Tops which I refuse to own, as these are the weakest structurally of the F-bodies. Car was ordered with the optional cd player, although my pictures don’t show it. The previous owner wanted the ability of plugging in MP3’s and did not want to modify the original radio, thus the original radio has been boxed up. The current radio has the cassette option and has been modified for MP3, plug up.


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Busy be

Been working in so many projects I haven’t taken much time for this site. But I’m starting to catch a hold of things and am scheduling time to do this as well.

Projects currently on going:
Rcdom.org
Share & Make Aware
Classic performance
My InterX therapy (takes 1.5-2 hours a day.)
My new 40 hour a week IT job
My 30-4 hour a week IT job (setting up lifeline systems)
My 2-10 hour a week sales rep job…

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Busy bee

Been working in so many projects I haven’t taken much time for this site. But I’m starting to catch a hold of things and am scheduling time to do this as well.

Projects currently on going:
Rcdom.org
Share & Make Aware
Classic performance
My InterX therapy (takes 1.5-2 hours a day.)
My new 40 hour a week IT job
My 30-4 hour a week IT job (setting up lifeline systems)
My 2-10 hour a week sales rep job…

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Busy bee

Been working in so many projects I haven’t taken much time for this site. But I’m starting to catch a hold of things and am scheduling time to do this as well.

Projects currently on going:
Rcdom.org
Share & Make Aware
Classic performance
My InterX therapy (takes 1.5-2 hours a day.)
My new 40 hour a week IT job
My 30-4 hour a week IT job (setting up lifeline systems)
My 2-10 hour a week sales rep job (for HP)

So one could argue I’m over doing it. But I LOVE working. I’m never bored this way.

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