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TOPIC: What's for Dinner
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Chicken, spaghetti squash, artichoke hearts

Louisville KY
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Tonight I made a nice boneless beef loin strip mushroom steak with mushrooms, with red potatoes and baby carrots. Yummy.

Dover DE
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Tiggr you almost made me pee myself, your way too funny OMG you mind is always in high gear I love it hugs and kisses

Ronkonkoma NY
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I would make a meal of Inez's breasts and examine/fondle them with my mouth and gentle fingertips.......I have done extensive research and am a certified breast examiner with years of hands on training

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@ Big, Congrat's and as a survivor you have earned the right to stay on your so called soap box.

Yes ladies, as Big says "PLEASE get your yearly Mammograghy its a life saver" I do EMS and this is for the guys, "GUYS-we can get cancer as well". I dealt with a patient about 6-8 months ago that while I was doing my assessment noticed a deformity on the male patients upper chest. He was admitted and later I found out though a letter from his family that that deformity was breast cancer. Cancer does not discriminate.

Now for Dinner, you all will have to check back in later. It will be yummy.

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Time goers and Kelly thank you all you women PLEASE get your yearly Mammograghy its a life saver early detection saves lifes Ok of my soap box

Now tiggr what Med school did you attend ,you only wish LOL Bad Man

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Salmon burger, quinoa and kale

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New Orleans LA
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Talapia, artichoke hearts, potatoes with lemon sauce YUMMO

Kernersville NC
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Inez, the 'buzz cut' looks fabulous on you and so does that particular coral color (dress?). GREAT picture! C-free for 12 years is wonderful, and I wish you many, many more healthy years (sounds like you have the long life genes from your Mom).

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Tuna and steamed veggies.

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