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one of the things i am happy about, is that i got to talk to my dad. the first day, he sounded as you would expect some one to sound, with stage 4 prostate cancer and on drugs, hearing and sight going, on a pace maker, 88 years old.
i asked if he wanted me to call him tomorrow, he said yes. i called the next day and he was peppy. that is a sound sentiment 0/0 L (e) ass (k) t
that is the best reminder i can give my dad.
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