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April 25, 2018
It's been a rough ride lately... First, the physical therapy.  It was a fucking joke.  They did NOTHING but massage my ass and thigh a couple of times.  No real rehab-type exercises.  This costs me a $30 co-pay for 45 minutes of not much.  I mean, the ass massages are nice (don't misunderstand) b...
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