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Great Young Fan With CP Tells Gronk What All of Us Would Like to Tell Him

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    Huge props to Dan and Rob. They took their time and made a lifelong memory for that kid. Not everyone would give back like that, but they did. Inspiring for sure.
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    Great Vid, Gronk has the chance to be the greatest player ever at his position and the kid is 1000% right.
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    In that vein just saw this:

    Nick Underhill @Nick_Underhill
    “@ProFootballTalk: Pats TE Rob Gronkowski's back surgery is completed, and it is believed that it went well.”
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    I know this comment sounds so boring, rehearshed, and cliche---but seeing something like this always makes me instantly forget about all of the stupid things that concern me throughout the day that somehow seem so important.

    We really should make an attempt at being more grateful for what we have.
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    good luck with that, Supa....I definitely hear ya' but the throngs of ADHD riddled, wingnut twitterers are too focused on posting the next big lie to be concerned about any poignant public interest story.

    My first job when I was 17 was working in dietary at the IMH in Cranston....feeding every ward meals twice a day...you know what I found out early?...the ones people call crazy aren't....WE are.
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    I can honestly say that I'm not 100% sure that I'd be able to make it through the day like this fine young kid is doing.

    Kudos to him for having brass balls and a heart of steel, because as much as I'd like to pretend I could do it---I'm not just sure.

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