I don't know you, Brian, but all the best, my friend!
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Thanks for letting us know, Brainwater.
Brian, may your kindness and intensity and enthusiasm and passion and room-filling warmth come back to you now, and lend its strength to you in your fight. You have always greeted me like I was your long-lost best friend, I'm not sure why, but your seemingly boundless energy always leaves me with a grin on the outside and on the inside. You're one of those rare people who can walk into a room and the energy in the room changes. It's like you're contagious. I'm pulling for you, my friend. I'm pullng for you.
Brent, thanks for posting this. Brian is a good friend, and we speak on the phone pretty regularly. I've known of his condition ever since the first sign that something might be wrong and have been here for him. We've hung out together at shows and had a lot of laughs. Good guy, and it's painful to see his condition deteriorate. I plan to fly out to see him soon.
I have known Brian for 8 years now and I can testify as to his strong character and the struggle he has had in bringing his internet biz to market. I only mention this as to his parallel of strength and perseverance he has upheld in his recovery. I talk to him often as I live in the the next township from him. I can remember asking Brian what the doctors say regarding treatment and recovery. He told me that the doctors say Brian is making medical history and absolutely amazed each and every time he walks into the office and his ability to carry on normal conversation as if nothing is going on! So anyone who is ready to discount him as an advanced caner patient should only reach out and talk to him personally. His is alive and still kicking serious butt in his personal life and his online audio biz. After 2 years this says a whole lot about this man!!!
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