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Message 1727458 - Posted: 21 Sep 2015, 4:29:43 UTC

Hey all.

The Clinic has been neglected -- until now

It was formed in 1999 and was one of the most active and biggest groups during the seti@home Classic period. I have hired at great expense Contractors, Craftsmen (and Craftladies) IT personnel, and cheap illegal labour. We are going to modernize the clinic while keeping its old world charm. After we finish construction we will start looking for staff. It won't be easy but we will try and get back some of the old staff personnel like Nurse Goodbody, she knew how to make pleasure and pain hard to tell apart. More info on old staff members in future posts, I don't want to shock your system too much too early. We will need to add a lot of new staff but worry not, they will get the most up date training available. We can control your Setiholicism even if we have to resort to drugs.

You want to belong to one of the original and oldest group around. We welcome the old, the new, the lame, the ummm well everyone.

Don't delay and check into the clinic, we look after you !!!

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Message 1727656 - Posted: 22 Sep 2015, 0:09:11 UTC

Hello Cactus Bob.

Please inform Nurse Goodbody that there may be an influx of patients in the clinic suffering from raccoon bites.
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Message 1727706 - Posted: 22 Sep 2015, 3:04:17 UTC

I have heard that raccoons can have rabies, it makes them bite. Does your team need vaccination shots? We here at the clinic are qualified to treat and prevent all forms of aberrations.

Nothing better than having a furry little critter as a pet :-) We all must remember to vaccinate, neuter and spade. I have heard Nurse Goodbody served as a vet in her spare time.

If you drop by I'll personally give you a tour of the renovations Angela.

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Message 1728394 - Posted: 24 Sep 2015, 3:44:28 UTC

Well if they keep their finger away from the raccoon's mouth nobody gets bitten

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Message 1731964 - Posted: 4 Oct 2015, 23:57:16 UTC

Reviving this group is what it is all about. The clinic is crazy, it is fun, it is the best thing for seti that ever has been done.

Looking for key people who can bring a breath of life back to one of the most fun and active groups Seti has ever seen.

We need you, Join the best

Check this out and see if we are certified

http://www.carolynsclinic.f2s.com

We have the cure and the know how.

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