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I have 2 grandkids that live 2000 miles away, and haven't seen them in a year. I also have 2 grandkids which live 10 miles away, and haven't seen them in a year either.
 

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I have 2 grandkids that live 2000 miles away, and haven't seen them in a year. I also have 2 grandkids which live 10 miles away, and haven't seen them in a year either.
Sucks, don't it. I see 6 of my grand kids all the time. I seldom see any of the three great grand kids.
 

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Number 88 is an 11 year old boy who has stage 4 cancer. He had played grade school football. His team and their opponent escorted him to the goal line to score a touchdown. His father is the weather anchor at a local TV station.

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Hey Ken, remember this?
Absolutely!

Mass injections in the military! It was shot into the arm by compreesd air. Stand inlines and move along as they hit everyone in the line as it moves, up to three or four in succession shooting you in the same arm... sure did make for a mighty sore arm for a few days !!!!

And no, they did not clean it from one to the next... just keep moving....

Some would grab the arm to keep you from flinching, if it wasn't straight and tight against the armyou got a nasty cut !!!

You think I wouldn't recall that process !!!!!!!!
 

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Those days I don't want to remember. One thing that sticks, came home for a Christmas leave. Spent it in the hospital with double pneumonia. Never seemed to get any breaks, none of us did. My best friend spent 13 months in Nam, got married when he came back. Died in a car wreck a few months later. I was gone and missed his funeral. I have been to his grave in the Ft. Scott cemetery a couple times. Much of my time is a blur. I like it better that way. The day I got out, I threw all my gear in a dumpster on the way out and hitchhiked home. Decided to forget those years. Most people don't even know about me being there. I never mention it. Don't belong to any veterans groups. Don't go to the VA.
 
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