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Mark_01

Mark_01

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#4
Fonts are too small, and the colors don't work. I couldn't read most of it.
 
burt tomato

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#6
Its interesting both of you say that. My initial reaction was thinking it looked okay.
 
Zardos

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#7
its like trying to read blue prints.. and the font is.. too small
 
burt tomato

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#8
yeah the guy needs to sort out his CSS sheets.

interesting to have that feedback tho.
 
boudreauj4

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#9
I liked this web site except for the font size. I just increased the magnification on my computer screen to 150 % so I could read it.
 
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#10
heard it all before "people with schitzoprenia shouldn't work" as one psychiatrist said perceived wisdom was that 15 yrs ago and no one knows what the outcome of this experiment will be, one outcome i'm experiencing is having my right to benefits constantly questioned

Same with mo one gets bettter from schitzoprenia years ago i remember the nurse at uni telling one of the lecturers that, now i'd rather the view was that no one gets better, it'd help my benefit claim

maybe some of these changes are good for young schitzoprenics, those who can work