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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    If I make pizza in my toaster oven I've been using naan. Garlic naan actually.
    Kinda like a pita?
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    My sauce, although there isn't much of it, tomato sauce with Italian seasoning a bit of cumin, garlic powder and a pinch of salt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    Kinda like a pita?
    Yeah but it doesn't open up as easily. Kind of like a home made tortilla really. Thicker, denser and chewier than a typical tortilla.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    My sauce, although there isn't much of it, tomato sauce with Italian seasoning a bit of cumin, garlic powder and a pinch of salt.

    Italian seasoning, fresh garlic, extra basil, a bit of olive oil and salt for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    So, today was our meeting with the oncologist in Tampa to hear the results of my latest scans.

    Best. Freakin'. News. EVER!!! He said I have had a "complete response" to the t-cell replacement therapy. I pressed him to define complete response, and he told us that I no longer have any detectable sign of the disease. Done. Gone. Not to be seen.

    He showed us images of my last scan next to images of the previous one. The difference is like night and day. All of the cancer appears to be gone, leaving behind only benign scar tissue, which may disappear over time.

    He also told us that the lymphoma had invaded my liver, which we had not heard before. He also said, for the first time, that had I not gotten into this t-cell program when I did, the cancer would have killed me within a few months.

    Today may very well be one of the happiest days of my life....
    OH. MY. GOD. Don, I am doing the happiest of happy dances! Keep working, little T-cells! Keep working!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman View Post
    So, today was our meeting with the oncologist in Tampa to hear the results of my latest scans.

    Best. Freakin'. News. EVER!!! He said I have had a "complete response" to the t-cell replacement therapy. I pressed him to define complete response, and he told us that I no longer have any detectable sign of the disease. Done. Gone. Not to be seen.

    He showed us images of my last scan next to images of the previous one. The difference is like night and day. All of the cancer appears to be gone, leaving behind only benign scar tissue, which may disappear over time.

    He also told us that the lymphoma had invaded my liver, which we had not heard before. He also said, for the first time, that had I not gotten into this t-cell program when I did, the cancer would have killed me within a few months.

    Today may very well be one of the happiest days of my life....
    Ken's KFPTOY post made me realize that I need to do this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    I remember Lawrence Welk being somewhere in there with Wild Kingdom and Disney.
    Lawrence Welk was Saturday evenings. I would often spend the night at my grandparents' house on Saturday nights and pinch their toes when they would fall asleep to Lawrence Welk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    Luncheon is fancy for lunch
    Absolutely! When my mom went to luncheons with her friends I knew something fancy was happening.
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    my kids are writing so I'm watching a Netflix documentary about tacos.

    No sound of course, just reading the subtitles and hitting my space bar to pause when students walk up with questions.

    Definitely having tacos for lunch!
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    I just ate an egg salad sandwich for lunch, with some celery sticks and a banana for "dessert"

    Spaghetti and meatballs for dinner tonight!
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