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    To all concerned, my son is well. The surgery lasted 7 hours and all of the infection and mold was removed as well as the bone that separates his sinus cavity from his frontal lobe. Not much they can do about that. They made an incision about 1.5 inches above his left eye. He still has sight and the eye has receded back into the socket. The surgeon was great! A man of 33 years who graduated from Harvard, with a wonderful disposition.

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    That is FAB news, @Anonymous !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    To all concerned, my son is well. The surgery lasted 7 hours and all of the infection and mold was removed as well as the bone that separates his sinus cavity from his frontal lobe. Not much they can do about that. They made an incision about 1.5 inches above his left eye. He still has sight and the eye has receded back into the socket. The surgeon was great! A man of 33 years who graduated from Harvard, with a wonderful disposition.

    I thank you all for your prayers and your concern. May god bless you all.
    Great to hear, Anonymous! Happy all went well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    To all concerned, my son is well. The surgery lasted 7 hours and all of the infection and mold was removed as well as the bone that separates his sinus cavity from his frontal lobe. Not much they can do about that. They made an incision about 1.5 inches above his left eye. He still has sight and the eye has receded back into the socket. The surgeon was great! A man of 33 years who graduated from Harvard, with a wonderful disposition.

    I thank you all for your prayers and your concern. May god bless you all.
    That is great news!!!! YAYAYAY

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    @Anonymous, those are great sources for starting a thread. Why don't you start one on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Rockatansky View Post
    @Anonymous, those are great sources for starting a thread. Why don't you start one on it?
    People don't really care so much nowadays about what is really happening in America. Too damned busy living life , I suppose. I mean seriously, when was the last time any of the news shows have done stories on the effects of governmental policies on everyday Americans? If I were to start a thread it would go no where fairly quickly. How about you start one and I'll jump in.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    People don't really care so much nowadays about what is really happening in America. Too damned busy living life , I suppose. I mean seriously, when was the last time any of the news shows have done stories on the effects of governmental policies on everyday Americans? If I were to start a thread it would go no where fairly quickly. How about you start one and I'll jump in.
    They do it all the time. The problem isn't the lack of attention on our problems, but what the solutions to our problems should be.

    Again. Good topic for it's own thread if you're interested in discussing it.

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