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    Any comments would be appreciated

    True story.
    A guy has shortness of breath without exerting himself and reaches to call 911 and changes his mind. Twice.
    Then he asks himself, "Do I have a problem with me dying, right now, right here?"
    The answer must have been "No" because he didn't call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoIsThat? View Post
    True story.
    A guy has shortness of breath without exerting himself and reaches to call 911 and changes his mind. Twice.
    Then he asks himself, "Do I have a problem with me dying, right now, right here?"
    The answer must have been "No" because he didn't call.
    I'm so confused.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoIsThat? View Post
    True story.
    A guy has shortness of breath without exerting himself and reaches to call 911 and changes his mind. Twice.
    Then he asks himself, "Do I have a problem with me dying, right now, right here?"
    The answer must have been "No" because he didn't call.
    what kind of comments are you fishing for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seatonheating View Post
    I'm so confused.......

    I hear ya on that one, I read it 10 times and still am not sure what the question/point is.

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    All I get is that the man was happy with his life and didnt fear death at that moment in time. He died.

    He was also alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoIsThat? View Post
    True story.
    A guy has shortness of breath without exerting himself and reaches to call 911 and changes his mind. Twice.
    Then he asks himself, "Do I have a problem with me dying, right now, right here?"
    The answer must have been "No" because he didn't call.

    The feeling passed and now you feel better.
    Read, read, read!

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    With out knowing a myriad of decisions running through his head at that moment, I Guess he knew His number was up and was o.k. with it. May he be in heaven a half hour before the devil knows he dead.

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    he was going to call
    but first he had to light up a smoke
    If con is the opposite of pro
    is congress the opposite of progress?

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    I guess the questions could be:
    would you have called 911?
    is/was he a fool?
    what are your thoughts about such a person?
    do you know anyone like this?
    other comments?

    As to the comments I did get, you guys are good.

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    All I can say is trust in God. He'll let you know whether to call or not to call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoIsThat? View Post
    True story.
    A guy has shortness of breath without exerting himself and reaches to call 911 and changes his mind. Twice.
    Then he asks himself, "Do I have a problem with me dying, right now, right here?"
    The answer must have been "No" because he didn't call.
    Ok, Who, since you say that this is a true story, I'll assume that this is your story. I won't say that you are a fool, but I will say that you don't value life much? GO GET HELP!!! I had 3 stents put in my heart 3 years ago and lost a 29 year old nephew to a heart attack 4 years ago. Even if this shortness of breath has passed GO GET CHECKED OUT!!!! Don't f^^k around with this stuff, it will kill you!!!

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    I am a former medic trained and certified ACLS (Advanced/Cardiac/Life/Support), I and doctors both will tell you the first and most common sympton of a heart attack is death!! So if you get an opportunity to call 911 do it!!!!!!!!!!!! No matter what your age keep a bottle of cheap baby asprin in the truck, less than 2.00 can save your life or someone else's. Just my 0.02 I will make the call every time and not think twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duttydutdut View Post
    All I can say is trust in God. He'll let you know whether to call or not to call.

    While your trusting in God to let you know whether or not to call I'm going to call!
    Those who restrain desire do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained. (William Blake)

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