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« on: May 07, 2009, 02:17:09 AM »

You speak; MMT listens.

Several people have requested a place to discuss Arm Lengthening, particularly as more and more people are considering how their LL procedure will affect their proportions.

Personally, I think that Arm Lengthening is nutty, but I respect other people's desire to discuss the subject, and I concede that it is logically related to LL.

Go ahead, knock yourselves out, and don't say that I never give you anything!  Cheesy

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