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Old 04-07-2011, 03:48 PM   #31
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Gosh...I've been getting off track on these threads a lot the last few days...I'm sorry guys, I forget...get caught up in everything! Just keep letting me know that I'm getting off track...and I'll work really hard at it
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Old 04-07-2011, 04:31 PM   #32
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I know what you mean by cruel. There was a kid with alzheimers that clung onto me when I taught him how to swim. I switched to public school and he was in the grade below me. They made fun of him so i told them to stop and eventually it turned into a big fight. He is super smart though.
A kid with Alzheimer's? Do you mean Autism or maybe Aspergers?
Alzheimer's is an adult disease.
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A kid with Alzheimer's? Do you mean Autism or maybe Aspergers?
Alzheimer's is an adult disease.
I was gonna say...I'm not sure how long a child would last... Sadly!
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Hahaha I meant autism but was writing a report on Muhammad Ali. Lol
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Old 04-07-2011, 05:01 PM   #35
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Hahaha I meant autism but was writing a report on Muhammad Ali. Lol
I thought you may have meant Autism.
Doesn't Muhammad Ali have Parkinson's Disease? I hadn't heard that he also had Alzheimer's, that's tragic.
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Hahaha I meant autism but was writing a report on Muhammad Ali. Lol
Oh....ya that'll get anyone confused...back on topic! Before I get in trouble again!
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I thought you may have meant Autism.
Doesn't Muhammad Ali have Parkinson's Disease? I hadn't heard that he also had Alzheimer's, that's tragic.
I heard both but alzheimers may be more recent. He was diagnosed with parkinsons once he retired from the sport
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