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teebee 25 July 2020
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Ultraman Re: 25 July 2020
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top of tha morning to ya Teeb..... is it a traveling day?

Its clean the floors day for me so I am trying to get excited about it...... maybe whisky would help.....

not much else on the schedule today just keeping out of the way.... got such a long list of to do's that I don't want to do any of them...... can you feel me on that?

right now mo coffee...... have an epic day Guru's
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CorvetteBob Re: 25 July 2020
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right now mo coffee...... have an epic day Guru's


Well put! I will comply!
Keep on keepin’’ on!
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Good Morning CGs!

Marcus, I've found that the best way to clean the floors is to have children then hand them a mop. They never do it right the first time, but after the third or fourth time of redoing it you get some decent results.

Neighbor wanted me to do a brake job today but he still isn't here so not sure if that'll happen. I prefer to do things like that in the morning.

Hope everyone has a great day!
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"The prophecy class has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances."

NEGATIVE REPORT FROM GRISHEIM. JOHNNY THE PAINTER WAS SUPPOSED TO SHOW UP TO DETAIL HARVEY THIS MORNING. HE IS AWOL.

I'M GOING TO PUT TROUBLE IN THE PEN WITH HIS STEPMOTHER AND TAKE A NAP.
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TommyT-Bone Re: 25 July 2020
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MIL accompanied by FIL and their nephew (Sue's cousin) are on their way to the University of Pennsylvania hospital by med evac plane. They are going to the university hospital and have a world renowned cardiac specialist planning to perform surgery. Sue's cousin made contact with the doctor that saved his fathers life and gave his father a few more years. He also provided the med evac plane for his aunt so she could go to Philadelphia. Sue's mom was given just a short time to live. The surgery is very risky but if successful she could live for years. Sue and her cousin talked my FIL into taking the risk. It was pretty much take her home to die or risk the surgery. We shall see what we shall see. I think I would do the same if it was me. Die in surgery or die in a couple of weeks at home. Neither sounds good but one has potential. Thanks for the thoughts and prayers everyone. Me . I'm just doing what I'm told. Everything else can wait. Have to pick up Sue's cousins car from the airport and drop it at his home later this afternoon. Was going to wash and work on the cars this afternoon. There is always tomorrow. Or the day after that. Or the day after that.
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MIL accompanied by FIL and their nephew (Sue's cousin) are on their way to the University of Pennsylvania hospital by med evac plane. They are going to the university hospital and have a world renowned cardiac specialist planning to perform surgery. Sue's cousin made contact with the doctor that saved his fathers life and gave his father a few more years. He also provided the med evac plane for his aunt so she could go to Philadelphia. Sue's mom was given just a short time to live. The surgery is very risky but if successful she could live for years. Sue and her cousin talked my FIL into taking the risk. It was pretty much take her home to die or risk the surgery. We shall see what we shall see. I think I would do the same if it was me. Die in surgery or die in a couple of weeks at home. Neither sounds good but one has potential.


I'D SAY THAT IS THE RIGHT CHOICE.

ROMMEL THE DESERT FOX DEFINED A BOLD OPERATION AS ONE YOU MIGHT NOT WIN, BUT FROM WHICH YOU COULD RECOVER.
A GAMBLE WAS AN OPERATION YOU MIGHT NOT WIN AND FROM WHICH YOU COULD NOT RECOVER.

A GAMBLE IS JUSTIFIED IN A NO WIN SITUATION.
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No, we ended up coming home yesterday.

Nice to be home and in my own bed... not that the bed in Branson was bad...just not MY bed. We had a great time with Robert and Geri. Already talking about a trip for next year.

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MIL accompanied by FIL and their nephew (Sue's cousin) are on their way to the University of Pennsylvania hospital by med evac plane. They are going to the university hospital and have a world renowned cardiac specialist planning to perform surgery. Sue's cousin made contact with the doctor that saved his fathers life and gave his father a few more years. He also provided the med evac plane for his aunt so she could go to Philadelphia. Sue's mom was given just a short time to live. The surgery is very risky but if successful she could live for years. Sue and her cousin talked my FIL into taking the risk. It was pretty much take her home to die or risk the surgery. We shall see what we shall see. I think I would do the same if it was me. Die in surgery or die in a couple of weeks at home. Neither sounds good but one has potential. Thanks for the thoughts and prayers everyone.

I dearly hope my University is able to assist, Tom. I have personal knowledge of some amazing successes.

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Prayer for you and the family, Tommy.
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MIL accompanied by FIL and their nephew (Sue's cousin) are on their way to the University of Pennsylvania hospital by med evac plane. They are going to the university hospital and have a world renowned cardiac specialist planning to perform surgery. Sue's cousin made contact with the doctor that saved his fathers life and gave his father a few more years. He also provided the med evac plane for his aunt so she could go to Philadelphia. Sue's mom was given just a short time to live. The surgery is very risky but if successful she could live for years. Sue and her cousin talked my FIL into taking the risk. It was pretty much take her home to die or risk the surgery. We shall see what we shall see. I think I would do the same if it was me. Die in surgery or die in a couple of weeks at home. Neither sounds good but one has potential.


I'D SAY THAT IS THE RIGHT CHOICE.




ROMMEL THE DESERT FOX DEFINED A BOLD OPERATION AS ONE YOU MIGHT NOT WIN, BUT FROM WHICH YOU COULD RECOVER.
A GAMBLE WAS AN OPERATION YOU MIGHT NOT WIN AND FROM WHICH YOU COULD NOT RECOVER.

A GAMBLE IS JUSTIFIED IN A NO WIN SITUATION.



Thanks for that GRIS
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MIL accompanied by FIL and their nephew (Sue's cousin) are on their way to the University of Pennsylvania hospital by med evac plane. They are going to the university hospital and have a world renowned cardiac specialist planning to perform surgery. Sue's cousin made contact with the doctor that saved his fathers life and gave his father a few more years. He also provided the med evac plane for his aunt so she could go to Philadelphia. Sue's mom was given just a short time to live. The surgery is very risky but if successful she could live for years. Sue and her cousin talked my FIL into taking the risk. It was pretty much take her home to die or risk the surgery. We shall see what we shall see. I think I would do the same if it was me. Die in surgery or die in a couple of weeks at home. Neither sounds good but one has potential. Thanks for the thoughts and prayers everyone.

I dearly hope my University is able to assist, Tom. I have personal knowledge of some amazing successes.




I have personal knowledge of the some of the successes that have graduated from that university. (Not me) I graduated from the School of Hard Knocks. ;)
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