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    WI Cheesehead
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:23 pm
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    Potsie, so sorry for this terrible tragedy in your and Dugan's lives! Lots of hugs to you and the clan. (((((HUGS)))))
    Pot Scrubber
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:46 pm
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh, Pots, icon_sad.gif
    My heart is breaking for Dugan, you and the whole family of this young man. grouphug.gif grouphug.gif grouphug.gif
    This is such a terrible tragedy and a needless loss.
    The perpetrators have been apprehended and will be punished (some small comfort),
    but that does not return this loved nephew to his family and friends.
    I am glad you and Dugan are there for one another -- and that we can be here for you, too.
    grouphug.gif grouphug.gif grouphug.gif

    Thanks Peggy. And everyone who has posted their support.

    It is an unfortunate situation. Our nephew was a great kid. A good student in school... optimistic and excited about almost everything... he was a great kid... the kind of kid you would have been proud to call your own.

    So many lives are going to be destroyed over this. It started out as a silly bar room brawl and somehow got out of hand. Alcohol was a factor and all parties are guilty of misplaced anger and drinking too much. It just got out of hand in the parking lot. Men trying to be silly alpha dogs...

    Dugan's brother (the father of Anthony) vows vengeance. The scary and horrible part of this story is we (the family) believe he WILL be a vigilante and go after them. He has a horrible and violent temper... and if the suspects are released on bail we have no doubt that he will exact his revenge. And go to jail, himself.

    So many lives are at stake of being ruined.

    It is all so much to deal with.

    I haven't heard from Dugan yet... but I can feel it in my gut that Anthony is gone.

    Grrr.
    Leggy Peggy
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:12 pm
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    Pot Scrubber wrote:

    So many lives are at stake of being ruined.
    It is all so much to deal with.


    Oh, dear, we all know nothing is achieved when things spin out of control.
    I hope Anthony's father can be convinced that the law will prevail.
    Pot Scrubber
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:33 pm
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:


    Oh, dear, we all know nothing is achieved when things spin out of control.
    I hope Anthony's father can be convinced that the law will prevail.

    Grrr. I hope. From your mouth to God's ear, dear

    Anthony's father is a good man with a bad temper. I hope those boys don't get bail...

    Nevermind. I may be a witness for the prosecution.

    I didn't mean to hijack our Asian chat thread...

    I'm sure other Asianites have feel good/warm fuzzy threads to post.
    Leggy Peggy
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:53 pm
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    Pot Scrubber wrote:

    I didn't mean to hijack our Asian chat thread...

    I'm sure other Asianites have feel good/warm fuzzy threads to post.


    The thread title doesn't specify warm and fuzzy chat -- just chat.
    Leslulu
    Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:31 pm
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    Pot Scrubber wrote:
    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh, Pots, icon_sad.gif
    My heart is breaking for Dugan, you and the whole family of this young man. grouphug.gif grouphug.gif grouphug.gif
    This is such a terrible tragedy and a needless loss.
    The perpetrators have been apprehended and will be punished (some small comfort),
    but that does not return this loved nephew to his family and friends.
    I am glad you and Dugan are there for one another -- and that we can be here for you, too.
    grouphug.gif grouphug.gif grouphug.gif

    Thanks Peggy. And everyone who has posted their support.

    It is an unfortunate situation. Our nephew was a great kid. A good student in school... optimistic and excited about almost everything... he was a great kid... the kind of kid you would have been proud to call your own.

    So many lives are going to be destroyed over this. It started out as a silly bar room brawl and somehow got out of hand. Alcohol was a factor and all parties are guilty of misplaced anger and drinking too much. It just got out of hand in the parking lot. Men trying to be silly alpha dogs...

    Dugan's brother (the father of Anthony) vows vengeance. The scary and horrible part of this story is we (the family) believe he WILL be a vigilante and go after them. He has a horrible and violent temper... and if the suspects are released on bail we have no doubt that he will exact his revenge. And go to jail, himself.

    So many lives are at stake of being ruined.

    It is all so much to deal with.

    I haven't heard from Dugan yet... but I can feel it in my gut that Anthony is gone.

    Grrr.


    Oh Potsie, I am so sorry to hear this tragic news about Dugan's brother. I only have one beautiful son and my immediate reaction would be similar to Anthony's dad. I don't have any answers here but if Dugan's dad acts on his impulses, what is going to happen to everyone else in his/your family?
    Rinshinomori
    Mon Sep 08, 2008 2:41 pm
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    I am so sorry, Potsie. I just can't imagine what you and your family are going through. This is just beyond comprehension and my heart breaks for the young man. This is just not fair.

    Big Hugs.
    Pot Scrubber
    Mon Sep 08, 2008 6:34 pm
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    Thanks everyone. Anthony has passed.

    His organs have been donated to various organ banks so at least some good will come of this horrible tragedy.

    Poor Dugan is beside himself with grief because he and Anthony have always had a very close avuncular relationship.

    Thank you all for your support in this time of mourning for my family. I really appreciate it.
    Pot Scrubber
    Mon Sep 08, 2008 8:23 pm
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    Somebody stop me! I have no more money to spare. When I'm stressed... I shop.

    Thus far I have ordered...

    this

    and this

    and this

    and this... This can not come to me soon enough! It is a perfect charcoal grill for grilling four little burgers for my small family...

    I also booked a sea cruise for Mama Pot Scrubber. Her birthday is next month.

    American Express is gonna be pleased... but I am uncertain how I am gonna pay my bill. Oh well... I'll deal with that when the statement comes. icon_cool.gif
    WI Cheesehead
    Mon Sep 08, 2008 9:44 pm
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    Potsie - I like the idea of the magnetic knife holder. Do you put that up on the wall and hang the knives from it? My knives are just stuffed on the bottom shelf of my cabinet (upper cabinet - 5 yo can't get it). I'm not sure where I would hang it though. I really have no wall space exept where it would get knocked off from people walking by or the refrigerator door. What I would really like is one of those brass type things that you hang from the ceiling and can hang pots or whatever from. Usu. I've seen it over an island. I have a chopping block type island, except it can move around the kitchen. My DH made it out of oak crates that he planed. It's really nice (and tough). I'll take a pic. and post it. The bottom is used to hold all my Zaar dishes for pictures.

    BTW what does anyone condition their chopping blocks with? I've been using olive oil but someone just told me that's a no-no bcz it can go rancid. You're supposed to use mineral oil. Where do you get mineral oil from?

    WHAT? No picture for the cruise purchase for Mama Potsie? icon_biggrin.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Tue Sep 09, 2008 12:27 am
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    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My deepest sympathy.
    Leslulu
    Tue Sep 09, 2008 5:05 pm
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    I've only "known" you for a very short time yet I feel I've known you longer.
    I think of you and your family everyday and will continue to keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
    Rinshinomori
    Tue Sep 09, 2008 5:35 pm
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    Hi Potsie, just checking in to say hi and to let you know that I'm thinking of you and your family. Hang in there!
    Pot Scrubber
    Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:16 pm
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    Hi everyone! I can't express to you how much your well wishes are appreciated.

    Things are going as well as can be expected under these circumstances. Dugan's cousin and I are making the final arrangements because no parent should ever have to make funeral arrangements for their own kid.

    Making funeral arrangements is new to me. And very overwhelming. How is one supposed to make these kind of decisions when their mind is overwhelmed with grief?

    But I'll tell you what... I've learned something. I will never put my family through the stress of making my arrangements. While I am making Anthony's funeral arrangements I am also making and paying for mine in advance.

    It is the kindest thing you can do for your family so consider it.

    Sorry for turning this into the "death thread."

    Somebody please post something warm and fuzzy and get our chat thread going in a direction less depressing.
    Pot Scrubber
    Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:30 pm
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    WI Cheesehead wrote:
    Potsie - I like the idea of the magnetic knife holder. Do you put that up on the wall and hang the knives from it? My knives are just stuffed on the bottom shelf of my cabinet (upper cabinet - 5 yo can't get it). I'm not sure where I would hang it though. I really have no wall space exept where it would get knocked off from people walking by or the refrigerator door. What I would really like is one of those brass type things that you hang from the ceiling and can hang pots or whatever from. Usu. I've seen it over an island. I have a chopping block type island, except it can move around the kitchen. My DH made it out of oak crates that he planed. It's really nice (and tough). I'll take a pic. and post it. The bottom is used to hold all my Zaar dishes for pictures.

    BTW what does anyone condition their chopping blocks with? I've been using olive oil but someone just told me that's a no-no bcz it can go rancid. You're supposed to use mineral oil. Where do you get mineral oil from?

    WHAT? No picture for the cruise purchase for Mama Potsie? icon_biggrin.gif

    Yep. It hangs on the wall. My best friend Edith has one and I have envied it for a long time. It is a very strong magnet and can easily support the weight of how ever many knives you can fit on it.

    The knife sharpener I ordered Edith also has. It is a great tool and I have borrowed hers for years when I need a knife sharpener. The tool also is recommended by Cook's Illustrated as a best buy.

    Actually... I haven't really booked the cruise for Mama Potsie. I bought her an advance ticket and now she can go and choose her destination. MP has had a "gentleman caller" (wink wink... that means hot-to-trot boyfriend) for about a year now. They are on fixed incomes so this is my birthday gift to them.
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