Thanks! Welll, it’s not anything I did. Oddly enough, it’s *precisely* the white bread/Plymouth Rock side that had the Prophet Muhammad genes which adds to the fun. I got a few family members I can’t wait to tell.

Thanks! Welll, it’s not anything I did. Oddly enough, it’s *precisely* the white bread/Plymouth Rock side that had the Prophet Muhammad genes which adds to the fun. I got a few family members I can’t wait to tell.

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It’d have to be a really scummy tattoo parlor and even then the chances of HIV infection are close to zero. A little chance of Hep C in a cruddy parlor but the guy sounds super cautious as it is.

afaik, there’s STILL exactly zero cases of HIV spread by inking or body piercings. I think it’s the kind of thing parents tell kids when they want to get tattoos.

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none of my family is “Daughters of the American Revolution” types. It’d be different if any of them were super into heritage stuff. That’d be mean of me. It’d be more like “Really? No shit!” with any of them.

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Zinc *does* boost testosterone production in the body as does working out and eating protein as well. I feel same day effects with zinc though. Not anger though but that’s not my temperament.

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This one is amazing. It’s anonymous. You upload your DNA and within a minute you get results. Thousands of possible medical things related to your DNA. It’s a combination of crowd-source and scientific papers, so it’s important to take it with a grain of salt… but the volume is massive. Took me three hours to read it all as they go through about 2000 diseases along with other things and once you’re done looking at it, they delete it automatically. Nothing’s tied to your name.

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