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RascalJones
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[quote=""simpleaoeiii""][quote=""StrokeyBlofeld""]Good to see you around the forums again Simple. Glad you like them! :)
Nothing I can add to what has already been said really, only to keep your chin up and take it day by day. I'm sure it will go fine and a few years time you'll be doing anything you want without restrictions.
By the way, what happened to your AOE account, you mentioned on the tourney thread you don't have one any more???[/quote]

Thanks also for the kind words Jim. My attitude is relatively positive now, though it wasn't for a while. As for my account, I sold it for $20 Canadian on E-bay when I decided to quit. It was a hasty decision I made as I wasn't in the right set of mind then when I decided to quit.[/quote]

The crazy thing is, no one else is using it. SimpleAOEIII hasn't played a game or logged into ESO since early October.

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Welcome back to the clan. Glad to meet you.

Sorry to hear about your heart. My wife has also heart problems but we are coping very well. Just trust that your heart is mended soon and you'll live a long healthy life. Keep faith in the Lord. :D

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Welcome.

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Thanks to all for the kind comments in this thread. It really speaks volume about the N3O clan.

[quote=""RascalJones""]

The crazy thing is, no one else is using it. SimpleAOEIII hasn't played a game or logged into ESO since early October.[/quote]

I just searched elo and noticed that. LOL. That is quite funny actually.

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Hi Simple, I have never been in a situation like you are in so I cannot offer much advice. All I can say is I hope things get better for you soon.

I can say this though, for those of you that are not an organ donor, consider becoming one. I am not only an organ donor, my wife and family is aware of it so at my expiration date, they know what to do.

Letting those parts just become worm meat or ashes seems like such a waste. The way I look at it is you not only get to help someone, parts of you get to live on. Even if they do not use anything, your body being donated to science will help aspiring doctors learn how to help others.

I also give blood every 2 (sometime 4) months. Each pint can save up to 3 lives. It’s painless and sometimes you get a little light headed like you had a few beers. So save some beer money and a few lifes…
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[quote=""Cyclohexane""]Hi Simple, I have never been in a situation like you are in so I cannot offer much advice. All I can say is I hope things get better for you soon.

I can say this though, for those of you that are not an organ donor, consider becoming one. I am not only an organ donor, my wife and family is aware of it so at my expiration date, they know what to do.

Letting those parts just become worm meat or ashes seems like such a waste. The way I look at it is you not only get to help someone, parts of you get to live on. Even if they do not use anything, your body being donated to science will help aspiring doctors learn how to help others.

I also give blood every 2 (sometime 4) months. Each pint can save up to 3 lives. It’s painless and sometimes you get a little light headed like you had a few beers. So save some beer money and a few lifes…[/quote]

Thanks Cyclo. I have my organ donor card signed and my family/fiance is well aware of my positive view on the subject. I haven't donated blood and I really should (though I should ask my doctor if I can as I am on prescription medication).

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Great to hear from you pal, sure I was a guinea pig for your otto,spain strats. As above keep us informed with whats going on.

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In Belgium, anyone who doesn't explicitly opposes to be a donor, is by law an potential organ donor. (look, another great belgian thingy, ups the count to 3)
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