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As I clicked through the forum list to write this story down to all of you I noticed that it was under the heading of "overclockers care". So before I even started to type one key on this I have already started tearing up at the thought of how everything has been working out in my life.

Before I get started on the whole story and for those that don't know me, I would ask that you give this blog post a read as it explains who I am and what I am about - http://www.overclock.net/a/the-reason-i-live

For 2 more or less years I have been a part of this community, helping where ever I could. The two main sections that became to mean allot to me have been the case mod section and the folding section. The people in these places have blessed my heart on many occasions and I have been a part of and organized myself, relief packages and prizes of sorts for people who have deserved them and helped make guides and many many many graphics in many different places and clubs around this forum. Chances are you have seen at least one of them. As I had time in my schedule I would do what I could to help out. I even started an artisan account and began to make video sleeving guides and wanted to help people learn how to sleeve and even sleeve for others as I had time. The response for that was far above anything I could ever have imagined. I have a nice number of YouTube subscribers. http://www.youtube.com/user/lutro0 Also a Facebook page to get new ideas and keep in contact with people world wide. http://www.facebook.com/Lutro0Customs I have been blessed beyond imagination that I have been able to help people in so many different spots around the world as that was my goal, to help people be able to do it themselves and be proud of something they made themselves.

Well about 4 months ago my back started hurting really bad. We went to 4 different doctors and were told so many different things, tried so many different combos of relaxants and stuff, but nothing worked. Eventually we went to a specialist and was told that I had broke my spinal processes and that my l5 vert (something like that) has started sliding and is crushing the nerve canals on both sides. He said we might be able to keep it under control with physical therapy but I may never be able to weight lift again (which is another huge passion of mine). So we tried the many things the specialist wanted us to do and nothing was helping and the pain got so bad I ended up in the er twice due to the pain and the choice was made to get surgery. Well the surgery required 2 doctors and I would have to wait 2 months before I could get it because that was the earliest they could get me in. Those 2 months where the worst for me as I was in constant pain and nothing took it away so I had to just endure.

That is when the choice was made to sell most of my folding computers to fund the surgery as our insurance can only cover so much, and we figured out a way to build one computer that would be able to keep some folding and it was only possible due to the fact that a couple friends here and there had good deals for me, and I was able to sell 3 full computers from parts at full price, and save a chunk for the bills.

Well as most people who have went through similar situations know you think you know how much somethings going to be but what it actually costs in a whole different story. I had some complications with the new build I was working on and the heartbreaking decision to sell it had to be made as we could not afford keeping it as the bills have started coming in.

When you see tears in your wife's eyes when she opens the bills you know its time to let go of certain things that don't even come close to mattering to how much you love your family.

And so I started to list all of the parts on OCN Marketplace and Oddly no one has even nibbled on them except for the case. I thought it odd because normally stuff goes pretty quick, so I just hoped and prayed it would sell. Knowing I would have to start selling my Aspros Mods parts if these didn't start selling was a looming thought in the back of my mind.

I first got a hold of a friend who said he would send a new chip for the sr2 (his last one) to see if it could work, I figured maybe it I could get it up and running someone would buy it as a whole or something....

And then I got another pm from someone I have never met before and who wants to remain anonymous that offered to pay for the full price of the SR2 board if I would use it to fold on (which I had planned to in the first place). I had to read the MSG about 5 times before I would believe what he has wrote. Sure enough, the person donated the money for the board and I had gotten enough back from a returned item we recently got that doesn't fully cover the cost of being able to keep the sr2 folder but makes me and my wife more comfortable with keeping it.

The whole thing astounds us, that at the very moment of considering of having to start selling all of the folding things, and even other things that mattered deeply to us, that someone would unselfishly with no prompting send such a wonderful gift to us. Granted it doesn't get us out of hot water quite yet as the surgery bills and physical therapy and everything else hasn't come in yet. It was so nice to see that there are still people out there that care enough to give of themselves to others. And not to mention the many many people on OCN who have given me uplifting thoughts, prayers, and just have been awesome customers of mine. Truly good people still exist, and a community of people can do good given a united goal.

Words cannot describe how thankful I am to that random person who allowed me to keep my folding machine (something very frivolous I know but means alot), and the you the members of the OCN Folding@home team, and also to the rest of OCN. You have been a comfort in a hard time and i know you still will in all of the ones coming up.

So from as much feeling as can be packed into typed words on the internet, to you OCN... I thank you.


I am currently home healing from the surgery, still in a good amount of pain but getting better day by day. I hope to get back into the community with my free time and start helping out again as I have. We still have alot of financial decisions to do so alot of my projects will be on hold until the smoke settles and we get it all figured out. But I will keep those threads updated as much as I can.
Edited by Lutro0 - 2/29/12 at 10:44am
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Lutro0,


Truly touching, as you said, typed words aren't strong enough to express the emotion one feels. As you know, I'm a pretty new member on the forum and was instantly amazed by your work and it took next to no time at all to get to know the man behind the keyboard.

The way that you interact with the community during the Live sleeving and modding sessions was beyond anything I would have ever expected from an online community, you helped push me to become more active in the community and make an impact in my own way.

Since joining this forum, and meeting you and some of the other great members, I've had nothing but a positive experience.

I sincerely wish you only the best of luck and a healthy recovery. You deserve nothing less, heck, you deserve much more than just a healthy recovery. The work you do is top-notch, and it amazes me how you're able to do so much for OCN, as well as your other endeavors in life with your new job, and you managed to do it through some tough times.

You truly are someone that people can look up to and turn to.

I've never been the best with words, but as short as my time knowing you has been, I can honestly say it's been nothing short of enlightening. I look forward to seeing your continued contributions, both on OCN, and off OCN.




All the best,


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Lutro, you've always been there for me when I came and complained to you, and you've always steered me in the right direction. You're an inspiration to me on a personal level. I just think, if you made yourself into such an amazing person with such a kind heart, then surely I can do more than whine all day and steer myself to death... (which did nearly happen)
You've never shooed me away and always treated me with such courtesy, it really warms my heart. You're so supportive and will take hours of your time to help a community of random strangers... You're always helping and so respectful to me, that that alone just makes me appreciate you so much. It's a shame to hear you're being held back by monetary issues, but it's amazing to see you remain happy and cheerful maybe even more than before albeit all your troubles... people like you deserve so much more than what you have. I pray for your healing and that everything will be great soon. I can carry on all day about this... but I'm in tears now... so... I can sum this all up with one thing: wubsmiley.gif
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It's what a good forum / community is all about. Glad to see you're doing better now. thumb.gif
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Very touching story! Keep it up OCN! I'm proud to be apart of this community!
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I am so.. i cannot say more than get well and all the financial stuff will sort itself out.
I wish everything good to you! Have a wonderful day
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that was a good read lutro I hope for all the best that the pain you are in subsides, also that you and your wife can get back on your feet, as you have helped me alot would like to try n help you out as much as i can. I too have a nerve being crushed in my back so i sorta know the pain you are going through but im sure for you to have surgery on it mine is not even near as bad, when i can i will be contacting you about the ram i was going to purchase awhile ago(sorry i havnt got around to it had acouple of things that needed fixing ect) and would like to help out by giving some extra cash for the effort you have given. all the best mate and keep improving day by day, also i might be in need of some sleeving done when that time comes i will give you abit extra cash as well thumb.gif
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Lutro0, I latched onto you because of the cross in your avatar. (Raised by ministers) I knew you were a good guy for me to get to know on here. Your story was very touching and you are helping so many others with your free time now. Everything you do on here is appreciated. I have not sleeved anything yet, but I have the tool and the tutorials to do the job when that time comes. I had to hook you up with those fittings and the waterblock because I care about you! Honestly, I did not need the GPU. I had one for my son already wink.gif This is an online community we all spend a tremendous amount of time on. I know everything will be ok, and tough decisions will continue to be made, but you will always have a friend here Mr. thumb.gif

 

 
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Best of luck on your recovery! thumb.gif
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