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  • usarccoman98 usarccoman98 Jun 6, 2012 11:06 AM Flag

    OK OK OK I WILL ASK THE QUESTION

    OK Dr mindhiker just how did you break your foot?? Inquiring minds want to know. No pun intented.
    Good investing to you and please don't become the next ALGI victim.

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    • Hi Usar!

      I wish I could say it was something heroic. But I was simply walking the dog--beautiful day, damp ground, on a slight grassy slope, Charlie checking out the groundhog holes, and then -slip- with a crack as I was falling. Don't believe the dog was pulling. Just one of those mis-steps.


      Sadly, I just read that the author Ray Bradbury (Martian Chronicles) has died. Interestingly, I asked the wife to bring me any ole book off of the shelf to read in the hopital, and she selected Bradbury's Danderlion Wine. He was a writer with some clever stories and nice images, and his writing usually had an ethical edge. Sounds like he lived a good life.

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      • You know Doc I hate to say this but the older you get the more likely you are to "have things" happen to you. I know in my case I kinda plan where I am heading and look for stuff to avoid..except on those occasions when I am with the old boys for a "few pops" and forget my age. LOL LOL
        Have a great day folks and heal well old friend. Keep the old Col in your thoughts and prayers that his wife will also heal and he will be OK.
        Good investing to all of you and be wary of this crappy stock.
        PS Has anyone seen Tiao or is he still watching for dirt to be moved in the new dust plant.

 
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