i found out this past weekend that he has cancer of the pancreas and the docs have given him 7 years to live... so i am not gonna call him a "maggot " anymore... hate to say- but even after all that he's put me through - i'd probably still give him half of my pancreas or whatever- just to save his life- i mean he has children and he needs to be around for them- i know what its like to not have a dad... still doesn't change the wrong things he did and doesn't change the fact he played both me and his wife- but i guess it just goes to show - life is short and so u should be careful about what u do with urs and how u spend it....
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