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Out of the Blue

Well my optimism that we'd turned a corner on the Gunnar-man peeing everywhere was premature, as he had a couple of incidents over the weekend. This is pretty distressing to us, and seems to indicate he is still somewhat distressed himself, and the fact that this is getting MrsBlue more and more (understandably) upset with him is not helping this at all. If this wasn't upsetting enough, this also has her talking about not wanting any more dogs after this, which is about the worst possible outcome I could imagine from all this, as the pooches are the apples of my eye.

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36. Re: Out of the Blue Jun 12, 2012, 00:38 WarPig
 
Personally I would never do chem/rad. EVER. Fuck cancer, when I get diagnosed it's party time till death. At least then I had a better life than whatever would come with and after chem/rad. Live just ain't worth living when it's filled with suffering and illness. Because that's what chem/rad "therapy" gets you unless you are very lucky.

I understand your point but at the same time I guess my uncle was just lucky when the chem/rad therapy he went through killed the liver AND colon cancer that he had. Other than making him weak it didn't even make him all that sick. So I guess I'm just sayin'... maybe it could be worth it. Who knows.

I also just had a dear friend of mine diagnosed with cancer a few weeks ago. Last Monday he found out that it was "much worse than they thought" and the next day he had a massive heart attack and that was that. Beats the fuck out of being slowly eaten up with cancer, so in a way, good for him, saved he and his poor wife a whole lot of misery and money.

So I guess what I'm saying is... hell, I don't know.
 
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