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26 January 2013


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I love the way you wrote this, a small peak at moments of life, I could see you on the phone at the checkout.


Hi Kristina,

I don't intend to be meddlesome, but I'm familiar with the tremendous (and unbridled) strength that Charlie possesses (as does my brother, Stephen) and so, I suggest:


or something similar ...

Kristina Chew

Considering it -- Though I guess it's possible Charlie could pull even harder if the fridge was fastened and rip out a chunk of the wall -- always something, right?

The clerk behind me got a full earful about at least two medications and dosages...


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Monica has a point - and you can anchor into a/multiple wall studs which would make it pretty immovable in my experience, and might indicate that there's not much percentage in pulling on the fridge. I would be concerned that Charlie could be severely injured or even killed if he was able to tip a refrigerator onto himself.

Kristina Chew

was thinking about that very point.

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