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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    Age 70 sure isn't as pretty as age 21!

    Had a dental cleaning this morning, and my dentist has a new assistant from Columbia, South America. Oh man she was nice looking, about 35 - 40, and just as sweet as she could be. I think I'll need another cleaning soon!

    The wound is pretty much healed now. So, here's what I look like now!

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    From here, no point in continuing in this thread = unless she & I happen to get together, which is beyond any chance..... She does have my phone number, rather the office does
    That is not so bad Deep. The chicks WILL dig that
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    Deep, Looks like it healed up real well brother. Your area is identical to mine except that mine is on my left side, slightly bigger and yours is on the right. Oh yeah, and I am better looking too!!! LMBO Don't worry either about that thinner lip area/section either. It makes a great place to put a straw when drinking with one now, although some liquid may dribble out easier every now and then! LOL. Take care buddy and have a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unclebuck257 View Post
    although some liquid may dribble out easier every now and then! LOL.
    Oh man Buck!!! No hole, no hole!

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    Scared up, TOUGH GUY; wear your Scar, PROUDLY!
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    AND! When you smile... who would know...?
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    Hey Deepseeker,

    Quick healing is supposed to be a sign of good health.

    Have you ever wondered if your posts affect others? Maybe even provide just enough of a push to visit a doc? I just got back from my first visit ever to a dermatologist - skin cancer specialist at age 64. All I really needed was to get a skin tag removed that had grown on my eyelid to the point that it was large enough to be irritating my eye. At the same time, I had my first ever skin cancer screening. There is no history of skin cancer in my family and I thought of you when deciding to have it done. Took only a few minutes because I had nothing remotely worth checking further. At the same time that I wish you well, I also thank you for posting and maybe getting someone else to visit their doc. Your posts may save a life. Be well, friend.
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    Hey Deep, After seeing your first picture in this thread, I thought very hard about a serious matter! Now I come back in here after being off for a couple of weeks and see your second picture. That second pic convinced me buddy to follow through on my initial thought, so I wanted to let you know what I decided...……...I will be praying for you everyday brother because if anything ever happens to you then I'd be the ugliest man left alive!!! LMBO!! Have a good one Deep and for goodness sake, STAY SAFE!!!! Later Brother. LOL
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    Wow guys, I've been so self centered the last month plus.

    Guys, I pray you each pay attention to your own health.
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    "'He jests at scars who never felt a wound'" c.s.lewis - 1940

    The Ten Commandments: http://www.godstenlaws.com/ten-comma.../#.UdAz65yynZg

    The Bill of Rights: http://billofrightsinstitute.org/fou...ill-of-rights/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    Your posts may save a life. Be well, friend.
    Wow guys, I've just been so concentrated on my own personal battles... The thoughts that I might actually influence someone else, those were never my thoughts or intentions. I was in the "Woe is me" syndrome.

    I'm okay now, where I thought I was rotting apart. Nothing new here, but still in care. Maybe I'll like getting really really ugly along the way
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    Republic of Vietnam 10/69 - 3/71, Cambodia April 27, 1970 on a mountain top with HUGE scorpions

    "'He jests at scars who never felt a wound'" c.s.lewis - 1940

    The Ten Commandments: http://www.godstenlaws.com/ten-comma.../#.UdAz65yynZg

    The Bill of Rights: http://billofrightsinstitute.org/fou...ill-of-rights/

    The Constitution: http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/cha...ranscript.html

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    Outer "Being" is OK; try Psycho-Cybernetics for INNER "Being"... I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    Wow guys, I've just been so concentrated on my own personal battles... The thoughts that I might actually influence someone else, those were never my thoughts or intentions. I was in the "Woe is me" syndrome.

    I'm okay now, where I thought I was rotting apart. Nothing new here, but still in care. Maybe I'll like getting really really ugly along the way
    Well, I am glad that you are OK with your "outer "Being"/appearance... "we" can also "work" with your (ANYONE's) Inner "Being", too; had to do it for myself. I was a Psychological Counselor (M.Ed.), working with ppl with VARIOUS disabilities, inmates in a MAX Prison in Va., then I had to use it on myself (HA!).
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    Now, I work with Vets with VARIOUS Disabilities, MOSTLY with Vets that have Traumatic Brain Injuries (from I.E.D.). Donated ALL my books, papers to the Vet Center @ CVCC (Central Virginia Community College) here in Lynchburg, Va. Work with families, too (NOT sure if V.A. does...).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    Wow guys, I've just been so concentrated on my own personal battles... The thoughts that I might actually influence someone else, those were never my thoughts or intentions. I was in the "Woe is me" syndrome.

    I'm okay now, where I thought I was rotting apart. Nothing new here, but still in care. Maybe I'll like getting really really ugly along the way
    Ugly you're not. Nor will be.....As long as your soul is not disfigured.
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    My father who was hit hard by radiation in the early 60s Nuke testing was gave a 75k payout from the dept of justice.
    They told him they did the same thing for agent orange survivors also.
    You have to go through the dept of justice though. The VA will not tell you about it.
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