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General Discussion / Re: Brenda
« on: February 16, 2008, 08:39:33 PM »
"Lost a ton of weight"??  The last time I saw her 2-to-3 years ago, she was already pretty trim - quite athletic with all her running - not to mention raising a couple of teenage daughters.

I hope she hasn't lost TOO much - wouldn't want to see a skrawny Brenda.

If you're in touch, tell her we say HI, and hope she'll "stick her head in the door here" and say HI to us.

She was one of my early inspirations when I was a new amputee.

Dick Stevens, DBKA in PA

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General Discussion / Re: Recipe Request!
« on: February 16, 2008, 04:26:40 AM »
Marilyn:

Once again, hat's off to you!  I admire your ability to get that weught off.  Now if I had the wllpower to adopt your lifestyle, there'd be less of me to launch every time I get up.

Something tells me if you get off all the #s you want to, you'll be all too willing to go thru the hassle of a new socket, right?  I know I would.

Dick Stevens, DBKA in PA

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General Discussion / Re: one year today that i had my leg whacked off lol
« on: February 16, 2008, 04:11:16 AM »
JMoore: Happy anniversary - sounds like you've come a long way and are in good spirits.

Marilyn:  Celebrating a 2nd year.  The best to you, too.

I'm 7 years into this ampdom, and still chugging along happily.  Also, I turn 70 in a couple of weeks - and that's some kinda landmark for me.

Hope that your years to come are just as good for you.

Dick Stevens, DBKA in PA

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Let us know what you think / Re: This Looks Good!
« on: February 15, 2008, 10:26:54 PM »
Hi, Joe.  Good to see you over here on the new forum.

Speaking of new paint, remember this,engineer, sir:

Noah's Ark was built by amateurs - the Titanic was built by professionals.

Reminds me of that ancient warship that's on display in Sweden.  A grand ship for its day - loaded with many heavy cannons - on the upper decks.  It was so top-heavy that when launched, it went 1/2 way across the harbor and ....SANK.

At least the Titanic got in a few more miles at sea before meeting its end.

Dick Stevens, DBKA in PA

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