From: Thomas R. Kettler <>
Subject: Re: Anonymous ancestry DNA chat
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From: "Thomas R. Kettler" <>
Subject: Re: Anonymous ancestry DNA chat
Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2018 15:02:06 -0500
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> Back when I was in high school, in my law class, we had to choose which 5 of 
> the ten amendments in the Bill of Rights we would keep if aliens took over 
> and gave us this option.  I was big on the 4th.  It seems purposeless with 
> this generation.

Businesses demanding people take unreliable blood and urine tests as a 
condition of employment say hey.
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