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Jeffrey Paul Bradt

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  1. Jeffrey Paul Bradt

    T-Shirt design

    This is sweet! Has someone actually printed these onto things like the pictures seem to show, or are they photoshopped for now? This might generate some revenue and some interest, if printed onto swag like what's depicted.
  2. I agree with the sentiment that if I had an extra dollar to give, I would. Being poor and (I am sincerely sorry to say) in debt, I cannot give money. However, I do have a little bit of time, if someone would like to specify what a lay person can do to help. I may not be a scientist, but maybe there is something I can do. Let me know, I am following this thread. Thanks, JP
  3. Sorry, your post had two different places where it specified what you needed, so it wasn't entirely clear to me. Now that I've re-read, I see this: I feel that I am unqualified for these tasks. However, if there is anything, let me know what I can do as a lay person, please? Basically all I am is a musician who became a junior in each of two undergraduate degrees: electrical engineering technology, and physics. What this means is that I have skill in math; and I grabbed a qualification in emerging technologies along the way.
  4. I appreciate this sermon. I may or may not be a Christian, but I agree when you say: The words make us think. Your post made me think: I would love to volunteer, but I don't know what I can do. I am intelligent, fairly good with computers for a 50-year-old, and may have some free time, so maybe there is something. What kinds of positions and tasks does the project need us to fill? I am willing to consider donating time, albeit not money which I would love to contribute but cannot as I am poor and have too much debt. Money, I do not have. Time I do have. Let me know what I can do, please? I am following this. Thanks, JP
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