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AND, you would also have the good sense NOT to use public restrooms in your bare feet, n'est-ce pas? The real questions I have are (a) What DOES she see in him? AND (b) What DOES he see in her? YOUR 15 MINUTES ARE UP, KIDS. FIND A FRICKIN' JOB AND GET ON WITH LIFE ALREADY. Geesh.


I don't know much about Britney Spears. I can't even name a song that she recorded. Your cancer was type II. Did you undergo lumpectomy? Did you opt for chemo? Are you doing the five year tamoxifen therapy thing? Was your cancer diagnosed through a regularly scheduled mammogram? Do you have the latest revision of the book written by Dr. Susan M. Love M.D.? The title is, Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book. If you don't have it, you might consider getting it. In fact, if you can't afford it, I will send you a copy. It is a must manual for breast cancer survivors. Are you familiar with the "Race for the Cure"? You would qualify for a Pink shirt if you were to participate in the race/walk. Pink means that you are a breast cancer survivor. I know that you don't like me, nor any advise that I may offer. I will offer it anyway; please quit smoking!


Lisa, last night I watched Intervention (A&E). The one thing that I was surprised about was the statistics informing that only 8% of rehabers stay clean. What a crushing blow to all the parents who believe in their drug addicted children.

Don't worry about smoking a sig. Shame on those who feel the need to condemn. Condemnation is without a doudt the root.


Lisa, What cancer is Sandy talking about? I'm on tamoxifen... write me if you want to talk.

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