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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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an interesting view of maturing joints

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I thought this was a valuable illustration of why we suggest what we do.

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That was an eye opener to watch. I never realized how much closing takes place. Some of the parts weren't even in the pic frame at first. Kind of just floating in for the fit with each month of growth.

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Thanks for sharing. Very educational. I would have loved to have seen all the frames on one page.

It may have been my laptop/browser settings, but I had a few glitches with the video on the Facebook page. It went a lot faster than I would have liked, so I ended up hitting the stop button to stall periodically. A pop-up for a different video interfered with the view of the last 2 frames.
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I watched it on my computer. I had no idea how it is formatted for small screens. That cross over can be annoying. I'll often wait to get home to watch things like this.

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