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RIP Patrick Swayze

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I knew it I knew it I KNEW IT..... I had a feeling about Patrick Swayze will die sometime this month, sure enough....breaking news~ he died today. RIP, Patrick Swayze! :lol:

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Sheesh, why did Washington Post even bother running an article if all they were going to do was rip his talent (or rather lack thereof - according to the writer).

 

Yeah, you don't have to say he was the greatest actor/dancer in the world, but day-um.

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http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,550188,00.html

 

The average age of patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer is mid-to-late 60’s, Hardacre said, with a vast majority of cases being sporadic. He said it’s basically “bad luck.â€

 

However, he said there are risk factors including smoking, heavy drinking, and in some cases, people with a genetic predisposition are most at risk for pancreatic cancer. Some sufferers of chronic pancreatitis may also be at risk.

 

Besides eating right and abstaining from smoking and heavy drinking, there's very little that can be done to prevent the disease.

Instead of looking at it as “death sentence,†Hardacre said it’s important for patients to keep a positive attitude.

 

“No doubt that it is a bad disease to have — but you’ve got to look at this like the glass is half full and not half empty.â€

 

And it seems Swayze did just that — living life to the fullest right until the very end.

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He was tough. He lived longer than everyone thought he would.

Yes he did.

 

He lived a lot longer than I thought he would. (and I am thrilled to say I was wrong).

 

He definitely had a fighter's spirit.

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I will never forget that skit he did with Chris Farley on SNL, trying out as a Chipendale dancer. That was a hoot. How he was able to keep a straight face with Farley gyrating next to him, really looking worried like he wouldn't get it, and then acting surprised when he did. I thought it was great he could make fun of his sexy persona. It made me like him even more, if that was even possible. I'll have to have a mini movie marathon and watch some of his movies. Red Dawn, Dirty Dancing, and Ghost were my favorites.

 

RIP, Patrick Swayze, you will be missed!!!

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