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Old January 5th 07, 02:22 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Blume, Alf[_1_]
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- was having a particularly bad day with son
with cp, and needed a place of refuge.
Thanks also to Alf Blume - I dont have a real flash collection of
pictures - but will see what I can rustle up.

Cheers & Thanks
Graham


CP? Cerebral parese?
- I have a son like that too . . .
He likes trains and planes though!

Alf




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Old January 5th 07, 05:44 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Luke
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"TACAN" wrote in message
...
It's nice being here ... no silly frenchman threatening to dry up
Australia, no silly 911 flag wavers threatening to set fire to everything.
(referring to some strange people in aus.aviation et al)

Only beautiful aeroplanes, blue skies, fresh air, clouds, smell of av-gas,
radial engines, turbine engines and hanger queens.

Can I stay a while ??? .......



Only if you promise to never post political crap. Welcome.


Luke


  #13  
Old January 5th 07, 05:44 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Luke
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"TACAN" wrote in message
...
It's nice being here ... no silly frenchman threatening to dry up
Australia, no silly 911 flag wavers threatening to set fire to everything.
(referring to some strange people in aus.aviation et al)

Only beautiful aeroplanes, blue skies, fresh air, clouds, smell of av-gas,
radial engines, turbine engines and hanger queens.

Can I stay a while ??? .......



Only if you promise to never post political crap. Welcome.


Luke


  #14  
Old January 6th 07, 12:21 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
TACAN
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Hi Alf
Yes Cerebral Palsy - as you know is a generic label for a great many
conditions.
In my sons's case it has been identified as Leigh's Disease. He is 15yo and
just made it to 22Kg weight - not a good combination. We were told by a
neurologist (he had been comparing past and current MRI brain images) that
whatever we do for him is strictly palliative, ie a terminal condition - we
have been fortunate to get him this far. We have had a couple of close calls
over the years.
Nothing wrong with his intellect as far as we know - he is locked into a
body that won't do what he wants it to do. He loves Power Ranger,
Transformers, YuGiHo (one of the current "strange" kids cartoon series). He
enjoys flying as much as his old man :-

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF41.1110/

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF08.209/

Pls ignore the ugly old coot with the grey beard - Craig was pretty tired
at the time, but was really enjoying the flight.

Cheers for now
Graham







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Old January 6th 07, 12:21 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
TACAN
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Hi Alf
Yes Cerebral Palsy - as you know is a generic label for a great many
conditions.
In my sons's case it has been identified as Leigh's Disease. He is 15yo and
just made it to 22Kg weight - not a good combination. We were told by a
neurologist (he had been comparing past and current MRI brain images) that
whatever we do for him is strictly palliative, ie a terminal condition - we
have been fortunate to get him this far. We have had a couple of close calls
over the years.
Nothing wrong with his intellect as far as we know - he is locked into a
body that won't do what he wants it to do. He loves Power Ranger,
Transformers, YuGiHo (one of the current "strange" kids cartoon series). He
enjoys flying as much as his old man :-

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF41.1110/

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF08.209/

Pls ignore the ugly old coot with the grey beard - Craig was pretty tired
at the time, but was really enjoying the flight.

Cheers for now
Graham







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Old January 6th 07, 02:50 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
TACAN
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Only if you promise to never post political crap. Welcome.


Luke


Hand on my heart - no political crap.

Graham


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Old January 6th 07, 02:50 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
TACAN
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Only if you promise to never post political crap. Welcome.


Luke


Hand on my heart - no political crap.

Graham


  #18  
Old January 6th 07, 06:13 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
The Raven
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"TACAN" wrote in message
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Hi Alf
Yes Cerebral Palsy - as you know is a generic label for a great many
conditions.
In my sons's case it has been identified as Leigh's Disease. He is 15yo
and just made it to 22Kg weight - not a good combination. We were told by
a neurologist (he had been comparing past and current MRI brain images)
that whatever we do for him is strictly palliative, ie a terminal
condition - we have been fortunate to get him this far. We have had a
couple of close calls over the years.


Just keep the faith. My sister was diagnosed terminal and not expected to
make it to 13, she disproved all the experts by making it to 22. It's the
quality of life that counts, not the duration.

Nothing wrong with his intellect as far as we know - he is locked into a
body that won't do what he wants it to do. He loves Power Ranger,
Transformers, YuGiHo (one of the current "strange" kids cartoon series).
He enjoys flying as much as his old man :-


That's wonderful. My sister had some intellect problems but sometimes we
wondered if she was actually the smarter one.


http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF41.1110/

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF08.209/


Excellent. I have some relo's living/working near Archerfield.

Pls ignore the ugly old coot with the grey beard - Craig was pretty tired
at the time, but was really enjoying the flight.


Excellent!


Cheers for now
Graham



--
The Raven
http://www.80snostalgia.com/download...unds/wings.mp3


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Old January 6th 07, 06:13 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
The Raven
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Default It's Nice Here .....


"TACAN" wrote in message
...
Hi Alf
Yes Cerebral Palsy - as you know is a generic label for a great many
conditions.
In my sons's case it has been identified as Leigh's Disease. He is 15yo
and just made it to 22Kg weight - not a good combination. We were told by
a neurologist (he had been comparing past and current MRI brain images)
that whatever we do for him is strictly palliative, ie a terminal
condition - we have been fortunate to get him this far. We have had a
couple of close calls over the years.


Just keep the faith. My sister was diagnosed terminal and not expected to
make it to 13, she disproved all the experts by making it to 22. It's the
quality of life that counts, not the duration.

Nothing wrong with his intellect as far as we know - he is locked into a
body that won't do what he wants it to do. He loves Power Ranger,
Transformers, YuGiHo (one of the current "strange" kids cartoon series).
He enjoys flying as much as his old man :-


That's wonderful. My sister had some intellect problems but sometimes we
wondered if she was actually the smarter one.


http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF41.1110/

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF08.209/


Excellent. I have some relo's living/working near Archerfield.

Pls ignore the ugly old coot with the grey beard - Craig was pretty tired
at the time, but was really enjoying the flight.


Excellent!


Cheers for now
Graham



--
The Raven
http://www.80snostalgia.com/download...unds/wings.mp3


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Old January 8th 07, 04:00 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Bill Brown
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"TACAN" wrote in message
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Hi Alf
Yes Cerebral Palsy - as you know is a generic label for a great many
conditions.
In my sons's case it has been identified as Leigh's Disease. He is 15yo
and
just made it to 22Kg weight - not a good combination. We were told by a
neurologist (he had been comparing past and current MRI brain images) that
whatever we do for him is strictly palliative, ie a terminal condition -
we
have been fortunate to get him this far. We have had a couple of close
calls
over the years.
Nothing wrong with his intellect as far as we know - he is locked into a
body that won't do what he wants it to do. He loves Power Ranger,
Transformers, YuGiHo (one of the current "strange" kids cartoon series).
He
enjoys flying as much as his old man :-

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF41.1110/

http://jens.meinecke.net.au/AngelFlight/AF08.209/

Pls ignore the ugly old coot with the grey beard - Craig was pretty tired
at the time, but was really enjoying the flight.

Cheers for now
Graham



Here's a couple of shots of the kid we adopted who also has Cerebral Palsy.
We lost a 19yr. old in an automobile accident in 1985 and the grief nearly
killed
us.. We had 2 choices with this child, either adopt him or go to his
funeral as his birth mother has 'addictive problems' and was neglecting
him.. We chose adoption knowing that we couldn't take another funeral and
caring for the boy brought my wife through the grief over the loss of our
youngest. He was 3 when we started baby-sitting him and he is 19 now and
mentally maybe 12. He is a joy in our lives and keeps us young. In Mexico
they called him a 'bendición'(blessing) and he certainly has been one in our
lives.. The 'Superman' shot is at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood,
right after we left Mexico. Another "ugly old coot with the grey beard"
with him at Orlando. He enjoys touring museums with me and posing around
the
planes.
Happy New Year to all who read this.
Bill Brown & Michael....








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