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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has cancerous growths removed from lung

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-justice-ruth-bader-ginsburg-undergoes-lung-surgery


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1 minute ago, jg121783 said:

She should just retire and allow someone who is able bodied to take her place. Soon the left will be pulling Weekend at Bernies on us.

Wasn’t there some Hollywood type willing to donate their heart to RBG?


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Her rib fracture actually allowed the doctors to catch this, so it's very fortunate for her, and a blessing that she was injured to begin with. She is a tough cancer survivor.


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28 minutes ago, jg121783 said:

I really do wish her the best and a full recovery but I think it's about time she retires.

Honestly if the MDR had a judge on the Bench that was past their expiration date, and Obama had already appointed 2 they would do anything in the world to keep her on the bench

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1 hour ago, yuna628 said:

Her rib fracture actually allowed the doctors to catch this, so it's very fortunate for her, and a blessing that she was injured to begin with. She is a tough cancer survivor.

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Clean food, excercise and intellectual wrassling with sharp legal minds. A recipe for a long life.  Keep on rockin Notorious RBG.

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2 minutes ago, refugee said:

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Clean food, excercise and intellectual wrassling with sharp legal minds. A recipe for a long life.  Keep on rockin Notorious RBG.

Agreed, I don't agree with her politics but she is consistent and passionate, I respect her


 

 

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2 hours ago, yuna628 said:

Her rib fracture actually allowed the doctors to catch this, so it's very fortunate for her, and a blessing that she was injured to begin with. She is a tough cancer survivor.

I agree, honestly, I am happy they found it when they did and were able to operate apparently successfully.  Hopefully she has a speedy recovery.


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39 minutes ago, refugee said:

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Clean food, excercise and intellectual wrassling with sharp legal minds. A recipe for a long life.  Keep on rockin Notorious RBG.

I agree.  I recently attended a retirement luncheon for a gentleman that worked for the company for 45 years.  He started in 1973 and is something like 62 now.  This guy is a vegetarian, extremely active, diving and skiing all over the world and doesn’t look a day over 40.  Clean living!


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9 minutes ago, Bill & Katya said:

I agree.  I recently attended a retirement luncheon for a gentleman that worked for the company for 45 years.  He started in 1973 and is something like 62 now.  This guy is a vegetarian, extremely active, diving and skiing all over the world and doesn’t look a day over 40.  Clean living!

WOW, doing all those things at that advanced age!  LOL


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59 minutes ago, Neonred said:

WOW, doing all those things at that advanced age!  LOL

No doubt.  I was talking to him at the luncheon and he already has diving trips set up for Micronesia, and Egypt.


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57 minutes ago, Steeleballz said:

 

   It's kind of ironic that vegetarianism may be linked to a longer lifespan, and yet when I tried it myself, it didn't really make me want to live a long life.

 

3 hours ago, Bill & Katya said:

I agree.  I recently attended a retirement luncheon for a gentleman that worked for the company for 45 years.  He started in 1973 and is something like 62 now.  This guy is a vegetarian, extremely active, diving and skiing all over the world and doesn’t look a day over 40.  Clean living!

It's more of keeping a healthy lifestyle overall. I found that out in California.

 

I became friends with several older gentlemen at the gym I went too. They tried to live a healthy active lifestyle and it showed because they all looked younger than their years and were in good shape. 

One retired man when he first started going he couldn't walk without a cane or without having to steady himself. When I left he walked a hell of alot better and could go for short distances unassisted without the cane. 

Another guy  "Don" was a Vietnam that was shot twice there, went on to the post office and worked there for 30+ years. Once he retired he would come to the gym everyday at least once, go walking at least 5 miles a day, he even had weights at his house as well for curls. He got in better shape retired than he was working. 

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