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  • #16
    im drunk again so im getting u and reaganomics confused... apologies... all apologies... oh we are is oh we ohh

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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by Urinate Forever
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      im drunk again so im getting u and reaganomics confused... apologies... all apologies... oh we are is oh we ohh




      drunk on Monday, I miss being 21
      great transactions with: pointblank73, duderanimous

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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by Reauchambeau
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        drunk on Monday, I miss being 21




        it's not that great when u dont have any plans for the forseeable future.

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        • #19
          I'm going to see CC on Wednesday, for the first time in five years. Shame to hear about Connor.

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          • #20
            Cancer is rough, my best friend survived testicular cancer, my mom is dying from pancreatic cancer, and my dad survived colon cancer. I'm hoping it skips my generation.



            Sorry for your friend. Sending best wishes for you and his family.
            JTRO 248

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            • #21
              cancer affects a lot of people and families. my mother passed due to cancer.
              Decolonize

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              • #22
                it's not that great when u dont have any plans for the forseeable future.


                don't worry. look how awesome I turned out
                great transactions with: pointblank73, duderanimous

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                • #23
                  cancer affects a lot of people and families. my mother passed due to cancer.


                  sorry to hear that, I lost my dad to cancer. like you say, it affects almost everyone. the saddest thing is this kid was only 18, it's just so wrong.
                  watching it unfold on a forum is really tough, but seeing how much love he got from people he shared something in common with and CC, gives me some faith in humanity.
                  great transactions with: pointblank73, duderanimous

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                  • #24
                    Cancer is rough, my best friend survived testicular cancer, my mom is dying from pancreatic cancer, and my dad survived colon cancer. I'm hoping it skips my generation.

                    Sorry for your friend. Sending best wishes for you and his family.


                    so sorry to hear about your mom, you have my sympathy friend. that's awesome your dad beat the colon cancer, that's what took my father, he never went to a doctor.
                    great transactions with: pointblank73, duderanimous

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                    • #25
                      I'm going to see CC on Wednesday, for the first time in five years. Shame to hear about Connor.


                      saw them for the first time last month, I can't even describe how epic it was. have a great time
                      great transactions with: pointblank73, duderanimous

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                      • #26
                        sorry to hear that, I lost my dad to cancer. like you say, it affects almost everyone. the saddest thing is this kid was only 18, it's just so wrong.
                        watching it unfold on a forum is really tough, but seeing how much love he got from people he shared something in common with and CC, gives me some faith in humanity.


                        Not to be an opportunistic ****************************, but the Cancer fundraiser sticky thread is aimed at getting money to fund research to cure childhood cancers. All cancers are terrible (my grams died from pancreatic cancer), but its especially tragic when it happens to kids. Unfortunately, only a very small percentage of funding goes toward cancers that affect children.

                        There's about a week left in the raffle and (IMHO) we should be raising a lot more money. If anyone feels inclined--please donate, even if it's $10.

                        Moaj sent to everyone who's dealt with or is dealing with this.
                        MAN for that kind of thing U got to go Back to the Old boxes from back when!! In those days we would bring are AMPS to the lake and wnen U tilt the Cab down by the water U can see the ****************in DENT it made! With the waves coming off it and Everything ****************!!!!! NOwadays they all play in there Dens and home bars or watever kind of **************** they get up to

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                        • #27
                          My grams died of pancreatic as well. Very rough.
                          Founding father of the Fulldrive IIth Fairies

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                          • #28
                            so sorry to hear about your mom, you have my sympathy friend. that's awesome your dad beat the colon cancer, that's what took my father, he never went to a doctor.


                            Thanks man. My old man actually got a colonoscopy way earlier than he was supposed to for an unrelated issue and they found the polyps early enough to treat him. I'll be starting my exams at 40 because of it.

                            I'm glad to see people supporting guys and gals suffering through treatment and battling cancer. Cancer is becoming way too common these days.


                            Bob has a point about cancer research for children. If people can spare some scratch it's a noble cause to donate too.
                            JTRO 248

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