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Giapetto
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Let's keep the politics out of the discussion.....but John Boehner has been criticized many times for showing tears when he speaks in public. Personal confession here: I have the same problem. I can talk all day about almost anything but, as an author i am sometimes called upon to read from my books at signings, etc. Doing that, reading my own stuff evokes such strong emotional feelings that I ear up and can't speak. I have no idea what to do to fix this. But, anyway...I wonder if Boehner has the same issue.

In a sense, that would be a goooooood thing. If someone at his level was a Lyme patient, we would all be one step closer to having our disease really recognized.

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as far as I know he does not.' heard he has always done this.' just an emotional guy

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If this goes political, it WILL be deleted ASAP.

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In a real practical sense it would serve us all if more doctors and big time pols got a case of LD. Horrible thing to say, I know, but very suddenly Lyme would be a DISEASE and not just a bunch of complainers.
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There's actually a very long list of "celebrities" who have or have had Lyme. Hasn't helped us yet, unfortunately.

here's a few discussions...

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/3/27213?#000019

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/3/17833?#000000

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/3/22475?#000004

The last one has a concise (but not complete) list.

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Well, so much for that good idea. crap
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Bartonella makes you cry a lot!

When I was cured of Bartonella, I stopped crying!

Now, I can cry even if the saddest movie or sad anything is on!

i would BET a lot of people have Bartonella and don't realize it.

We can get it from cats! and maybe dogs, if I am correct.

So, I was put on Rifampin for 3 or 4 months! and no more tears!

i was crying 8 hours a day! all day long, and I felt happy! That was the weird thing, and I also felt really emotional, and sentimental.

I am not like that anymmore.

I still love to be emotional, sentimental and all that stuff. I believe in it! but that Rifampin really did the trick for me.

So it was a great Idea that you had , Giapetto.

If you look at my past posts, you will notice that this is a big deal for me. I think that a lot of famous people have co-infections!

pm me anytime! okay?

Luv you all!!! with all my heart (oh! oh! here I go being sentimental and mushy!)

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