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I'm very sorry to hear this. I wish I could say something profound, but just wanted you to know that people out there care.

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I'm very sorry to hear this. I wish I could say something profound, but just wanted you to know that people out there care.


Guys you being here to support me is profound enough. none of you have ever met me beyond a phone call and you have said some real touching words,none of you have ever hunted with me but you still are willing to say a prayer for me and my family. I feel like sharing my story might save someone's life thats why I feel compelled to do it, but you guys offering up prayer shows what type of people you are. I dont think I need to say much more about you. this post brings out the best in each and every one of you. I thank god that I have a network of friends whom I know I can count on if I needed to have a talk with. one of you guys would gladly do it. I pray that god will bless each and every one of you with the kind of friends he has blessed me with. one day we all will meet, and what a day that will be. I have said god has a plan for me he just has not shared that plan with me. I will keep doing what I'm doing until he does. I will keep posting my story talking to strangers about prostate cancer. I hope that each of you have put a little more thought into getting checked out is so I want to thank you for doing so.


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Prayers sent for you


Having fought testicular cancer twice. I know how you feel with sharing your story. Best of luck to you


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Beachbummer,

Thank you for sharing your plight with all of us. If you have convinced one person on here to get an exam early and often, you have done well. This my friend, could be part of God's plan for you...to get your story out and touch the lives of others. I will continue to keep you in my prayers and wish you the best.

I currently await the results of my PSA screening results. Thankfully, I am allowed an annual physical with the option of full blood/urine labwork. Some people think this is the way a large corporation may "weed-out" employees. I have a co-worker who, last year, was very thankful for the PSA screening.

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Hey Todd,

You keep hanging in there and fighting your best day to day.

My family and I have been keeping you in our prayers, and you let me know when you are ready to get back on the water to chase some redfish this summer or we'll shoot some early geese come September...if you are up to it.
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Hey Todd,

You keep hanging in there and fighting your best day to day.

My family and I have been keeping you in our prayers, and you let me know when you are ready to get back on the water to chase some redfish this summer or we'll shoot some early geese come September...if you are up to it.
You give me a call whenever you can.


Sonny you and others do not know what your friendship means to me. I have had it hard the last few weeks and it has been my friends who have helped more than the doctors. I will be back and able to go soon. I have been real tired from the radiation, but thats normal. I was talking with Scott the other day about seeing someone to find out where all the geese are roosting. I am sure I know and its off limits right now. I will call you one night this week.


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prayers sent your way! may God bless you and your family

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I would like to thank each of you for your thoughts and prayers. it is a blessing to know there are such good people willing to take time to pray for someone they don't even know.


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There's more people praying for you than you know. May Gods will be done! God bless you and your family.

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Praying for you bud..... Please let us know if you need anything. God Bless you, Brother

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Prayers sent your way. God Bless and keep on keeping on!

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Prayers sent for you and your family!!

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This post hit close to home to me this morning. My father faught lung cancer that spread to his bones manly in his spine i was always in question bc everytime i talked to him he was always worried about you would never want pity or simpathy... his story touched so many people and his always positive attitude brought many peopleto the lord he never met a stranger.. i can remember sitting in md anderson and my dad asking me to push his wheelchair around so he could go.witness to.someone.. always wondered how someone that couldnt walk anymore and couldnt do the things he loved like hunt and fish could still wake up every morning with a big smile.on his face.. i pray the dear lord heals.you of this disease and u endure no more pain i pray he gives u a peace over u and your family that everything is in hands i pray for the doctors that he guides their hands and their minds to know the right directions for your treatment... i know.i have never.met you.and my heart.pours out. Prayers to you and your family.god is in control and like my dad always said keep your knees dirty..


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Does anyone see or hear from Beachbummer outside of this site? I haven't seen him on in a little while, and I'd like to know that he's doing ok.

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I am doing ok just had a 6th infusion yesterday, and just finished my 25 strait radiation therapy 2 weeks ago. Needless to say I have been week. I will more than likely have 2 more infusions next week. I have had so far 49 radiation treatments. 6 infusions and 10 days off and on in the hospital. the last time I was in the hospital my friend came down from Charlotte and I took him fishing, with the mud motor in the ocean talk about a place for a fish out of water. The ride beat me to death and the pain was horrible. I am still on here just tired I have my good day and bad days if you need to get a hold of me also look up Joe Guide he is a friend. sorry for not being on as much I have just had some trouble and hunting season has not even started.


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No apology necessary, just thinking about you is all. I hope today is a good day, and thanks for touching base with us!

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how are u beachbummer?????

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Wow..

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I got a good report Tuesday. my PSA has fallen some more, and my red blood cell count is stabilizing. I am still weak and these cold fronts and storms are kicking my but. my doctor even gave me the green light to ride bike stationary my balance is to bad to ride my mtn bik. and I took a nasty fall in the mountains Trout fishing. I got to fish about 5 minutes before falling. The doctor also said the weight loss was not a problem right now he wanted me to loose a little more anyway. I dont think its a problem either the nurses grabbed me the other week and would not let me go without a hug. that was in the radiation dept. It was a moral booster to say the least. oh one more thing. the hospital coordinator told me if there was anything I needed to let him know joking I said I need a handicap ramp to get into the house. it was all I could do to get up the steps. this past Monday they came and built a deck with a ramp on our house. God is real and works through many different channels. I am so thankful I have a family outside of my family I can talk to you guys always lift me up your thoughts and prayers are inspiring, and they help me make it through some tuff times to say the least. I would like to thank each of you for your concerns..


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That's is a awesome report man glad to hear u are getting better and things are going ur way man. Will keep the prays going for u and ur family. Keep ur head up boss and have faith it is crazy how strong it is.

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BB, that's great to hear! I know you're still having a relatively tough time, but hearing your positive attitude in your words is inspiring to say the least. I hope to meet you one day.

Keep fighting, it's almost time to do some waterfowlin'!!!

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That's awesome brother, you keep fighting! Never ever ever give up !!!

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That's great I'm extremely happy to hear things are turning for the better for you. Your faith and strength is truly an inspriation to me and everyone else. Keep fighting man, I hope to hear of more good reports in the end. If there's anything at all we can do, don't hesitate to ask.

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Coming from a family that has fought cancer and won, I know what it feels like for your family. Your in my prayers.

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Dang Beach....I really feel your pain as I also fought a long hard battle with Prostate cancer. So far i am winning the battle but there are some serious scars. The most improtant thing is to keep your personal faith, and know, really know that we all love you from the deepest parts of our hearts and souls as does God above. We pray that you will be given relief from the worry, pain, and unknown and that you will overcome this cancer by keeping a positive attitude and trust in God.

Remember too that each of us is always here to lend an ear when you need it.

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Just wondering how you making out, Beach? Getting ready for the season?

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x2.. How is things going man?

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right now they have me doing more radiation BUT I have some good news well to me it is. I was diganosed last October, and was given 2 months to live. well they did a bone scan Monday and the radiation doctor said the cancer was only a little worse than when I first came there. well that was last March, and the doctors still had not found anything that was working. The oncologist worked until late July before he found something that worked its called Zitiga the first month my PSA went from 295 to 169 the 2nd month if fell again just not as much it went down to 153. up until that point I had not had a drop in my PSA for 2 months in a row, so I am very pleased. I am having trouble with these cold fronts coming through they are making life ruff, but they are working on that to. The bone scan showed where the cancer is and yes it looks like I've been shot with a shotgun, but it did not look as bad as the first 1 at least the cancer was in less places. Last year it was all over and in very small spots this time it was in fewer places and larger spots. radiation doctor says its easier to treat. the places I can fell it at have not been treated yet so thats a plus we can zap em out.

Guys thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I lean on them hard every day, so please don't forget me.


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Thanks for the update and glad to hear that you are giving 'em hell. God bless you and your family.

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I'm very happy to get a good report from you, Beach! I'm clearly no doctor, but this positive, upbeat, and matter of fact attitude you've had all along has to be doing some good too. I can tell you that your struggle has already taught me a lot. I really do enjoy getting your updates, and I wish you all the best! I'd really appreciate the opportunity to shake your hand one day, but until then, stay strong, brother.

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If that dont qualify me to drive a n!gger around in a cypress log then fuk it!


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Good to hear from you Beach...you're still in everyone's prayers!

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Glad to hear the good report Beach.. Your an extremely strong individual for dealing with this the way you have, and with the attitude youve had.. You've actually helped me in alot of ways as well, so for that I thank you.. I too hope to have the opportunity to shake your hand one day!

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You're in my prayers Beach, stay strong, God bless you!

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Todd,

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right now they have me doing more radiation BUT I have some good news well to me it is. I was diganosed last October, and was given 2 months to live. well they did a bone scan Monday and the radiation doctor said the cancer was only a little worse than when I first came there. well that was last March, and the doctors still had not found anything that was working. The oncologist worked until late July before he found something that worked its called Zitiga the first month my PSA went from 295 to 169 the 2nd month if fell again just not as much it went down to 153. up until that point I had not had a drop in my PSA for 2 months in a row, so I am very pleased. I am having trouble with these cold fronts coming through they are making life ruff, but they are working on that to. The bone scan showed where the cancer is and yes it looks like I've been shot with a shotgun, but it did not look as bad as the first 1 at least the cancer was in less places. Last year it was all over and in very small spots this time it was in fewer places and larger spots. radiation doctor says its easier to treat. the places I can fell it at have not been treated yet so thats a plus we can zap em out.

Guys thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I lean on them hard every day, so please don't forget me.


Well I typed too soon. I had a return oncology visit Friday. the oncologist said my PSA went up , but with the pian I'm in he expected that oh and there are 2 new meds released this week for prostate cancer so more weapons in the box. Now for to the bad news the doctor told me no more radiation he said I've had so much its beginning to effect me in a bad way. he put me in Hospice not the final straw group but the ones that come out check on me and help me with my meds he said I am by far no where close to needing the final hospice, which I will not do the hospice orders all my meds for me, and sees that I have enough help getting around. my 2 boys 20, and 18 are so lazy they might be in danger. anyone want to teach 2 boys what life's about hehehe both think play station is hard worked after 12 hours straight anyway I'm doing good and feeling better. the doctor said I am at a point they can treat the cancer with drugs instead of radiation and duck season our 1st 4 day split is just 2 weeks away I am going to go scouting today with my boy driving and so maybe a few pics the area is not that good but its will do for the 1st split it has woodies and maybe a teal or 2.


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Good luck during early teal. I admire you for your strength you put in your posts. As you know you have given everybody who reads these posts a reason to thank god for everything we have. Many prayers for you and better days.....and some dead ducks in a few weeks. Have a good one sir.
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Good luck during early teal. I admire you for your strength you put in your posts. As you know you have given everybody who reads these posts a reason to thank god for everything we have. Many prayers for you and better days.....and some dead ducks in a few weeks. Have a good one sir.
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Our Early teal would be great if we had any early teal. here you can only hunt East of HWY 17 that means the outer banks mostly. The teal seem to always be in the outer end of the state when teal season is open then after tthe 1st split they show up for the opener in November, and you can hunt em with a tennis racket so it seems they are so thick. I am getting ready for duck season, and keep praying that i get at least one more good year of duck hunting in before I check out. in 2005,6,7 we averaged 12 ducks per hunt and went a total of 17 times a season. we shot ringers, bb, red heads, gadwalls, mallards woodies, teal, shovlers, I mean all across the board except pintails and mottled ducks. anyway I hope everyone has a safe year I pray that everyone has a safe year, and our 1st season called the wood duck season cause nobody really scouts is coming up in 2 weeks. we have had some of our best puddle duck shoots during this time of the year early october. but I will keep all of yo informed, and if any of you happen to be in the Wilmington area on work let me know you have a meal, hunt, or whatever else waiting for you and for sure a lot of boring duck chat.


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