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    :l I know this is out of topic. But I had a chance to talk to OldRamsFan and I know that he is beloved here. He has not been well as most of you know most of the off season. He has not been able to get to his computer here of late as much as he would like and he wanted me to tell you all how much he loves you and this site and of course our Rams. He has had some set backs but is still fighting thru the things he needs to fight. He and the doctors feel he will make it thru this difficult time and he wanted to thank all of you for the passion that this site offers to all Ram Fans around the world and the love he has received here for time he 1st found this Ram Family. Too those who OldRamsFan calls close friends and you know who you are he sends his love and thoughts to you and the last thing before he hanged up on the phone was GO! RAMS! I know that this forum is about Rams talk only as OldRamsRams has mention before, But many here are interested on how he is doing That I'm sure of. And OldRamsFan has been and always will be a part of the Rams. He has seen things and meet players and lived Rams his hole life over 52 years done things with Rams that I only could dream about , So I hope that no one takes this thread in the wrong way.:l

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    Get well OldRamsFan! can't wait until you return here!


    • #3
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      Great guy, insanely knowlegable poster. He was my vote for MVP ever since I've been to this forum. Get well, OldsRamsFan.


      • #4
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        That's a good way to put it RAM-BO..."insanely knowledgeable poster." Send our best wishes to OldRamsFan for a speedy recovery!


        • #5
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          OldRamsFan, you get yourself better, you hear.

          Be well sir

          Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


          • #6
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            Get well soon OldRamsFan. We wish you a speedy recovery and await your return...and I agree...GO RAMS!!


            • #7
              Re: to those who know him

              I will let him know your thoughts


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