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Date Posted: 23:02:06 08/25/06 Fri
Author: Beverly
Subject: I'm with Joan -- it's probably fat. My Mike Robe and Atom both ...
In reply to: M.J. 's message, "Re: Flyer lumps or fat?" on 22:47:54 08/25/06 Fri

>Thanks so much Joan. Is there any type of ointment
>you recommend?
I agree with Joan, it's probably fat. My Mike Robe and Atom both ... ) have fat deposits -- and they are both 'older' members of the group, here. Both have plenty of room for exercise, but still, both are, well, 'hefty'. I think you're probably right, friction rubs are the likely cause of hair loss on the 'fat'. Neosporin is a good ointment, for the cut.

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