Message from discussion Wives, ex and present; Was: rice buddy
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From: dsi1 <ds...@eternal-september.invalid>
Subject: Re: Wives, ex and present; Was: rice buddy
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 16:33:41 -1000
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On 11/13/2012 2:44 PM, Richard K. wrote:
> "dsi1" <ds...@eternal-september.invalid> wrote in message
>> You should do what my son's girlfriend's parents did. They were high
>> school sweethearts but got divorced when she was a child. This was quite
>> traumatic for her. They both remarried and these marriages lasted for 20+
>> years. Then, each of their spouses died from cancer and recently, they got
>> married to each other again. How odd. It's like some kind of dopy Lifetime
>> television movie.
>> If you're lucky, maybe the same thing will happen to you. Just make sure
>> that it ain't you and your ex that gets the cancer! That's pretty much the
>> key to the entire plan.
> hmmm.... Maybe the Moody Blues were right.
Heck man, I know they're right!