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  • #16
    wow Dan, thats a great story! Its amazing what types of people you can run into randomly. Thanks for sharing. How's the family doing? Hope all is well.
    Diagnosed 10/03/03
    I/O 10/15/03
    RPLND 1/21/04
    Completed the Boston Marathon 4/19/05
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    • #17
      I tried as well with no luck,Sorry Dan!!!!!

      Top shelf--You can post your website here but you'll have to get me some Patriots tickets or my Father in law Giants or Yankee tickets !!!!!Just kidding!!!!!
      Can't blame a guy for trying
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      • #18
        It all worked out -- sort of

        My cousin was able to get his hands on a pair of tickets
        so after debating trying to get a ticket in the same section (topshelf actually had some real close) or just going to the streets and hoping something would work out

        my cousin offered to take Liam out on his boat
        so he and liam spent the day fishing

        and my dad and I went to the game

        great seats -- and was an amazing game to watch

        the cubs beat the sox 15 to 11

        at one point the cubs box score was

        7 0 0 4 (july 4th -- sort of)

        ironically the seat next to me was empty and remained that way for the whole game