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    Chemo has all sorts of weird effects on a body, for sure.

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    awesome news Stig!!!!!!!!!
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    This was good to read
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Good news, Stig. Glad to hear about the remission.

    " normally broken ribs heal..." it's a hell of a thing for you to have a Time frame for how soon your ribs should be healed after they're broken. Experience is a hell of a teacher, lordy. Slow down, Bocephus. Give things time to knit.
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    Geeze one thing good, great about the remission! Really great
    What fixed one bummed you on the other, but at least you know what the reason is for your ribs taking so long to knit.
    Take it easy mate
    Keep smiling, they will wonder what you're up to...

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    It's always better when people get the feeling that they will regret their decision, before they have to regret their decision.

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    I am both happy and bummed for you Stig. Take it easy and rest up not much you can really do with busted ribs.

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    Glad to read of the leukemia remission, temporary as it may turn out to be. As to the broken ribs from falling off a horse...no sympathy, you old man! Run the risk, pay the piper when you fail, imo.

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    Looking forward to hosting you and your lady next year, brother.
    "Confidence is the feeling you sometimes have before you fully understand the situation."

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    My lady fair is a twice survivor .First breast which was a lumpectomy with chemo .Her once straw colored hair came back as a light Norwegion blonde .Then last year with an early detection of uterine which required no chemo .Caught by a blood test because she became anemic .She's fine and rather like a 25 year old at age 71 without going into the details .

    In other news I laid down 20 tons of crushed limestone yesterday for a pad for a shipping container for storage .Another 20 tons is coming today for another project .My old bulldozer did okay ,brand new in 1954 .I was brand new in 1948 .

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    Good news Stig!
    Peter

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    Kyle