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I'm sure something is comming.... Retrospect has been quiet for too long. Must have something special in the mix.

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Sam, sorry to hear that. Hang in there...

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Hey Sam,

 

Putting all our differences behind us, all the shit we go on about seems so minimal when something like this happens. It really puts everything into perspective.

 

The very best of luck to your Dad man!!

 

Kind regards

Dave

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thanks Christine , Recordjnky and I are hoping for a Christmas miracle...

 

 

I can definitely sympathize... we lost my father-in-law 8 years ago today. Just keep hoping and praying... anything is possible!

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Having personal issues at the moment - my dad is dying. He is number 1. Will have new stuff out end of the month.

 

thanks

 

 

 

Thoughts & prayers are with you Sam. Hope for the best...

 

Jarred

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Sam....

 

Sorry to hear the news. When things were so quiet here in the Retrospect thread I thought we would be in for some good news. Sam, my thoughts will be with you and your family. I too will be praying for a Christmas miracle.

 

Be sure and let your brother know I'll have your family in my thoughts.

 

If there is anything at all that I can do... please ask.

 

Take Care.... Dave

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Sam, all past communications aside, I'm sorry to hear about your Dad. My wife lost hers about a year ago and it was really tough on her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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Sam, Sorry to hear about the news about your Dad.

 

I hope you get that Christmas Miracle.

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thanks for all the kind words everybody.

These are tough times!

i appreciate all your generosity,

 

God bless us all,

Aaron (recordjnky)

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Hey guys, sorry to hear about your dad. Sincerely wishing you and he all the best.

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My thoughts and prayers are with you both during this time

 

sincerely

 

Nick.

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Sam & Aaron...so sorry to hear of your troubles. You guys & your dad will be in my prayers.

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Ditto all the Above Sam & Aaron. My thoughts are with you both!

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Sorry to hear that. Best thoughts and wishes from France.

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Having personal issues at the moment - my dad is dying. He is number 1. Will have new stuff out end of the month.

 

thanks

Sorry to hear that Sam. Praying for you and your family....

 

Chris

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