Pete Biro had a stroke

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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 07:57 AM

Pete,
You're in my thoughts and prayers, hoping for a speedy and full recovery!
Sincerely,
Mick
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 08:05 AM

Pete,
You're in my prayers, get well soon.

Tom
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 08:55 AM

Mr. Brio,
Thinking of you here in NYC.

Feel better soon Sir!
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 09:15 AM

Ditto all that! Get well soon Pete...
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 09:27 AM

Best wishes Pete!
I'll be thinking of you.
Frank
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 09:37 AM

Dear Mr Biro best wishes and prayers for a full and speedy recovery. We haven't met but I also would appreciate the opportunity so get better soon so we can have the chance Scott B.
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 09:44 AM

Dear Pete,

I'm praying for a speedy recovery and smooth transition out of hospital.

Your sense of humor and non-stop creative mind will no doubt play a role in getting you back soon.

BTW, it is said that people who sing statistically live 11 years longer than those who don't.

If you don't sing, start immediately - we need you around here for a long time!

Kindest Regards,

HP
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Postby Martin Kaplan » 10/14/07 11:34 AM

Hey, Pete:

Get better soon. Dean's would not be the same without you! Hope to see you soon.

-Marty
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 12:15 PM

Sorry to hear this.
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 10/14/07 12:48 PM

I just got off the phone with Pete. Hes doing very well. Hes up and around and in fact had to hop up to come over to the phone. Hes already talking about being at Deans for a haircut on Wednesday, Thursday the latest.

He says hell be back online tomorrow night. He especially wants the guys at the Caf who have paid me (regarding the cups and balls) to know that he has not forgotten them. So if someone can pass the word over there, hed appreciate it.

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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 01:09 PM

Pete, the same as Dave above, we have never met, yet, but I hope you get well soon and you will be in my thoughts. Take care and get some rest.
D.M.
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Postby George Olson » 10/14/07 01:22 PM

Pete!

Get well quick....

You know you can't keep a good guy down for very long.

We love ya man!!!!

GO
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 01:43 PM

Originally posted by Dill:
Because they attended to him in a swift manner they were able to give him something that caused the paralysis to subside in a short amount of time.
Its called T.P.A. also called the "clot busting drug."

It can only be administered effectively within
a 90 min window, the person is having an eschemic
CVA and is healthy to begin with.

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I think with all these magi's having strokes
these days, there's a need for a Magician's
Stroke Club and Support Group.

My dad can be the Grand Booba and Pete
can be Primere Booba.


:D
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 02:30 PM

Pete, Here are wishes that you get well quickly, from your old, I mean long-standing, friend from England, Anthony
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Postby Bill Wells » 10/14/07 02:37 PM

I just talked to Pete - Thank God he is doing great and should go home tomorrow. His speech is fine and all the paralysis is gone. Even the wrist that he feared he had broken when he fell has turned out to only be sprained. Truly, the speed with which the new drug was given to him produced a miracle recovery. He said to thank you all for your messages and best wishes for his recovery and that he will be online and posting as soon as possible.
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Postby Jim Maloney_dup1 » 10/14/07 03:37 PM

Glad to hear that Pete is bouncing back so soon. The fact that they were able to attend to him as quickly as they did goes a long way towards helping the recovery.

-Jim
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 03:37 PM

I'm really happy to see that things worked out as well as they did!

We can hardly wait to have you back online Pete!

As Mr. Biro says...Stay Tooned ;)
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Postby Bob Gerdes » 10/14/07 04:27 PM

Pete,
Wishing you a speedy recovery!

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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 04:41 PM

Glad to hear you're doing okay. Take care, Pete, and here's to a speedy recovery.

Greg
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 06:16 PM

Get better quickly Pete!
I have been lurking about on the computer boards since the old Magic! BBS days and I always go to your posts first - it is almost like "Today's Lesson".

Hope you can get classes started again soon!

Don Knox
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 07:49 PM

Hello Pete, we've never met, but love reading your posts and have enjoyed your lectures in the past at IBM conventions.

I hope to meet someday...

Best Wishes for a Speedy Recovery...

Nick Carifo
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Postby Rick Ruhl » 10/14/07 08:31 PM

Pete my friend, Im glad you dodged a bullet this time. this is true magic.

get back to 100% soon (Yes, I know you will)
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Postby Guest » 10/14/07 08:46 PM

Get well, Pete...
Just got word late this day (Sunday)...
May this and the rest of the well-wishes lift your spirits and get you back into the groove...

Onward, brother...

JR
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 04:39 AM

Hi Pete.
I hope that your on your way to good health as i type.
Looking forward to reading your wise words again very soon..
Dale
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 05:04 AM

Pete
Hope you have a safe and speedy revovery... we need you... Best Wishes
Merritt Ambrose
Thanks Dean for the post
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 07:34 AM

Hi Pete.

Want to wish you a speedy, easy and full recovery.

My best thoughts are with you.

Naphtalia
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Postby Kevin Connolly » 10/15/07 08:05 AM

Pete,

Please get back online quickly. It's getting dull without your input. :D

Feel better,

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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 10:28 AM

Pete,

Christ man, get back here. I can not be the only Pete.
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 10:40 AM

Originally posted by DustinStinett:
I just got off the phone with Pete. Hes doing very well. Hes up and around and in fact had to hop up to come over to the phone. Hes already talking about being at Deans for a haircut on Wednesday, Thursday the latest.

He says hell be back online tomorrow night. He especially wants the guys at the Caf who have paid me (regarding the cups and balls) to know that he has not forgotten them. So if someone can pass the word over there, hed appreciate it.

Dustin
I posted Pete's remarks over at the Cafe' yesterday.

My thoughts and prayers are with you Pete.

Terry
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Postby Steve Cook » 10/15/07 10:52 AM

Good try Pete... but you're still getting the Ken Brooke book, like it or not! Best wishes for
a lightning recovery. Take care.
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 11:18 AM

Hey all... I visited with Pete and his lovely Linda in the Hospital yesterday... Sunday.. he is coming around fine and is going to be fine as Linda says 100%.. If you need to reach me on any update please feel free ... He will be home by Tuesday the way its going so well..

Jerry Newton
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Postby Brandon Hall » 10/15/07 11:33 AM

Take care of yourself, Pete. We need you around here!
"Hope I Die Before I Get Old"
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Postby Danny Archer » 10/15/07 11:36 AM

Yo Pete,

get well soon! It's not the same around here without your posts...
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 12:40 PM

Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Be patient as we don't become ill overnight and shouldn't expect recovery to be overnight. Slow and easy as a self-working effect.
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 01:01 PM

Hey Pete...

stroke sucks, huh?
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Postby Richard Perrin » 10/15/07 03:10 PM

Hey Pete,

If you're reading this... welcome back! :genii:
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Postby Leonard Hevia » 10/15/07 03:31 PM

Get some rest and recover soon Pete. Your stories and insights are always needed... :)
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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 03:39 PM

Originally posted by mai-ling:
Hey Pete...

stroke sucks, huh?
Only those who have suffered a stroke or had a loved one suffer a stroke fully understand the above comment. That sums it up quite well.

Pete, best wishes for a full recovery. An encore performance is not required! Take care.
Jim
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Postby Ricky Difeo » 10/15/07 05:09 PM

Hi Pete.

Want to wish you a speedy, easy and full recovery.
I want to see you very soon writing these so good and enterteining post.- ;)
My best thoughts are with you from Buenos Aires -Argentina.

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Postby Guest » 10/15/07 07:02 PM

Pete....please....stay tooned! ;)

Chris
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