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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 9:41 pm

It's not over till it's over
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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-10, 9:52 pm

Please let it be soon.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 9:54 pm

Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-10, 10:05 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 10:10 pm

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-10, 10:19 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 10:50 pm

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.

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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 10:50 pm

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-10, 10:55 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-10, 11:50 pm

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-11, 7:29 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-11, 7:57 am

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-11, 8:48 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.
Indeed, that is true but do you not think there are times when some poor bugger dies, you think, well, it's a blessing in disguise really?
If a person is suffering in pain & there is no cure why prolong it?
My dad went from a strong active man to 4 stone in weight.
I was pleased when it was all over & he was out of his agony.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-11, 8:54 am

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.
Indeed, that is true but do you not think there are times when some poor bugger dies, you think, well, it's a blessing in disguise really?
If a person is suffering in pain & there is no cure why prolong it?
My dad went from a strong active man to 4 stone in weight.
I was pleased when it was all over & he was out of his agony.
Indeed there is, my mother suffered dementia and her last two years were bad but, in those bad times we still had lots of laughs and seeing her smile was fantastic. The night before she died I lay next to her on her hospital bed playing music on my phone, the main tune is still my ringtone,she smiled, the two of us alone in our own world. I suggest a far better memory than the pain.

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Re: Just remember

Post  Billy D on 2018-03-11, 9:13 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.
Indeed, that is true but do you not think there are times when some poor bugger dies, you think, well, it's a blessing in disguise really?
If a person is suffering in pain & there is no cure why prolong it?
My dad went from a strong active man to 4 stone in weight.
I was pleased when it was all over & he was out of his agony.
Indeed there is, my mother suffered dementia and her last two years were bad but, in those bad times we still had lots of laughs and seeing her smile was fantastic. The night before she died I lay next to her on her hospital bed playing music on my phone, the main tune is still my ringtone,she smiled, the two of us alone in our own world. I suggest a far better memory than the pain.
That's a terrible disease, my nanna had it.
Fair play to you though. You made her happy. You should be proud of that.
Well done.
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Re: Just remember

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-03-11, 9:17 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.
Indeed, that is true but do you not think there are times when some poor bugger dies, you think, well, it's a blessing in disguise really?
If a person is suffering in pain & there is no cure why prolong it?
My dad went from a strong active man to 4 stone in weight.
I was pleased when it was all over & he was out of his agony.
Indeed there is, my mother suffered dementia and her last two years were bad but, in those bad times we still had lots of laughs and seeing her smile was fantastic. The night before she died I lay next to her on her hospital bed playing music on my phone, the main tune is still my ringtone,she smiled, the two of us alone in our own world. I suggest a far better memory than the pain.
We all deal with things in our own way, when life turns sad and painful. Feeling, and showing, love for others is what keeps us strong when times are difficult. It is also what makes us human. kiss to both of you.
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Re: Just remember

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-03-11, 9:27 am

Hieronymus wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:Please let it be soon.
Why
It's like being really sick.
Everybody knows whats gonna happen.
It's just a matter of time.
If SAFC was a dog the vet would have the syringe out by now to kill the misery.
No, nothing like that, looking forward to next Saturday and who knows, we may win.
Strange how someone who does not give a f*ck, does
That#s like telling someone with a terminal illness that we might find a cure in the next nine weeks when they're already f*cked.
No its like asking someone who does not give a f*ck why he gives a f*ck then again maybe he does.
You are correct, I do but not enough to spend money on it.
I just accept the inevitable Syd.
My dad died of lung cancer, I knew that was coming.
My granda died of pit lung disease, I knew that was coming.
My Janie died of colon cancer, I knew that was coming too.
I know most will have had to face the same.
Just a matter of facing facts.
Oh no, what a depressing way of living that is, I knew my dad was dying but we chose to live in a its not over till its over world, enjoy what you can when you can rather than oh well, lets face reality and enjoy the last days in misery, not my way.

Until we are down I will enjoy the ride then when the day cones that it is over I will look forward to a new adventure, dont do misery or your reality, far to depressing.
It's how I deal with things Syd.
Prepare for the worst & anything else is a bonus.
Cynical I know but it's just the way I am.
I just find it sad Billy but you are not alone, many think like that and we are what we are.
Indeed, that is true but do you not think there are times when some poor bugger dies, you think, well, it's a blessing in disguise really?
If a person is suffering in pain & there is no cure why prolong it?
My dad went from a strong active man to 4 stone in weight.
I was pleased when it was all over & he was out of his agony.
Indeed there is, my mother suffered dementia and her last two years were bad but, in those bad times we still had lots of laughs and seeing her smile was fantastic. The night before she died I lay next to her on her hospital bed playing music on my phone, the main tune is still my ringtone,she smiled, the two of us alone in our own world. I suggest a far better memory than the pain.
We all deal with things in our own way, when life turns sad and painful. Feeling, and showing, love for others is what keeps us strong when times are difficult. It is also what makes us human. kiss to both of you.
Indeed we do and it fascinates me how different we all are, I suspect life does a lot to shape us, certainly true in my case. I find that age has changed me a lot, is it life's experiences, being closer to death than ever before, a mix of it all I guess.

I know that I am feeling a tad tearful today thinking of how I could and should have been a better son, I admire Billy's efforts to be that better son, well done Billy, it may be hard but you will feel better for it.

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