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While I appreciate the offer, I can think of some people who need Gmail accounts far more than we do. Gmail4Troops.com and Gmailforthetroops.com forward Gmail invites to soldiers serving in the field. Gmail is particularly suited to them because the 1 gig storage and 8 mb message size make it easy to send and store photos and short videos. No matter what your opinion on the war and the Bush administration in general, our soldiers are in a crap situation and deserve our support. Got an extra invite? Send it to them.

-Logan
"What do I want? I'm an American. I want more."


In reply to Gmail4Troops.com by logan
in thread Anyone need a Gmail invite? by Elijah

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