The Farrah Story.

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  1. HellsKitchenmanNYC

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    Is anyone else going to watch this special friday nite? I know I'll be glued to the screen. Not just because she was one of the Angels but because I've also seen her do good work and know she could have been alot more had she been given the chance.
    I'm also interested in seeing/hearing her own story thru her own words about this incredible struggle. This was originally supposed to be a mini-series but ended up as a special showing. I hope something good ends up happening for her.
     
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    Farrah has to be one of the most beloved women in America. If only that were enough. I've felt a kinship with her and hope that she recovers and if she does not, that she passes peacefully and without pain. Farrah's one hell of a noble woman.

    I don't know if I can watch the doc.
     
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    I think this will be an eye-opening docu. Alot of people have cancer questions and treatment questions. Only people stricken usually get to see this side of what goes on. Interesting story on FF in today's paper regarding this too.
     
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    If anyone does watch tnite please post a comment. I have a feeling this is goiing to be a scary and moving docu.
     
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    My heart goes out to her. What a brave woman.
     
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    The docu is subtitled: An Inspirational Story....
     
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    A commercial is on on the 12 minute mark. WOW. I don't know what to say so far besides wow.
     
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    I TiVo'd it to watch when I am in a better frame of mind. I'm not depressed just not feeling well at the moment.



    Given your current health status, I wouldn't advise watching it, but that's just me.:cool:
     
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    What can I say about Farrah's Story?

    I think it was a honest portraiture of what happens when you are fighting the battle of all battles.

    I hope all that watched would take a moment to at least offered up a small pray for her and the many others struggling just like her daily.
     
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    And let's not forget Jason Els.
     
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    For those that missed the docu it is being repeated tnite.
     
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