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Author Topic: Back to the 80s and I really feel raw about it, one true man is really ill  (Read 11218 times)

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Offline emeraldize

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Hope your friend pulls out of it.

Offline alberche

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Un abrazo, Matt, take care :-)
love is blindness...  a wonderful song!

Offline newt

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Report is "No side effects. I feel optimistic." Me too. Ta Abbott (never thought I'd say that).

Jody, I agree very much with your post, thanks.

Everyone else, seriously, thanks.

- matt (rack of Karoo lamb for me) the newt
"The object is to be a well patient, not a good patient"

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Report is "No side effects. I feel optimistic." Me too. Ta Abbott (never thought I'd say that).

Jody, I agree very much with your post, thanks.

Everyone else, seriously, thanks.

- matt (rack of Karoo lamb for me) the newt


Thanks for the update ... I just had to google Karoo lamb . I only eat lamb when I dine alone , not one single person I know will even try it .... I cant understand people who refuse to try new things .
« Last Edit: May 22, 2011, 05:17:16 PM by jg1962 »

Offline newt

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4 week check up next week :-)

- matt
"The object is to be a well patient, not a good patient"

Offline Cliff

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Fingers crossed on undetect and other good signs, mister.  See you post SFO.

Offline Cliff

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:-( 

A shot for red earth and your man.

Offline randym431

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I too wish for the best, Matt.
What you said is so true.
Some of us enjoying life today, while others seem hopelessly stuck back in the days of the 1980's.
And no, it's not fair. Not in this day and age.
I know what they mean when they talk of survivors guilt. Well, maybe just a little tiny bit.
Everyone should be doing great. Feeling good. Carefree and enjoying life.
And when those we know and care about are not, well that just isn't the way it should be.
But having good caring friends can be the best comfort above all.

« Last Edit: July 02, 2011, 11:16:51 AM by randym431 »

Offline aztecan

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Hey Matt,

Apologies for not chiming in sooner.


Glad to hear your friend seems to be handling things well.

Keep us posted.

HUGS,

Mark
"May your life preach more loudly than your lips."
~ William Ellery Channing (Unitarian Minister)

Offline newt

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Thank you Mark. Thanks everyone. He died 1 July (Fri).  I am not going to say more, except please do not do those "Sorry for your loss" posts, I would like this thread to sink without trace as soon as possible.

Part of what  I posted on his Facebook wall:

Unto the red earth my man, thank you for my name (newt) ... Umhlobo wami, peace.

Take your fucking meds.

- matt (newt) the newt always
"The object is to be a well patient, not a good patient"

 


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