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(WANE Ft. Wayne)   Tony Kanaan gave a comatose girl a good luck medallion 9 years ago. She and her family wore it during surgeries and on race days. This year, she returned the medallion to Kanaan - who had it in his pocket as he crossed the finish line   ( wane.com) divider line
    More: Sappy, Tony Kanaan, Decatur, Methodist Hospital, cerebral hemorrhages, surgery, pocket  
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2013-05-28 12:31:36 AM  
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What they DON'T tell you is, Tony Kanaan is notorious for giving the comatose good luck medallions... so far the count is in the hundreds. To date, this patient is the only one who woke up. Most are still comatose. Mostly...

2013-05-27 01:04:13 PM  
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2013-05-27 01:12:11 PM  
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Astorix: Ah, the Indy 500. It's always at this time I miss Indianapolis. Though at least in Canada, I wan watch the race and not have to deal with the blackouts. I also miss Bob and Tom's commentary.

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2013-05-27 01:02:27 PM  
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It was a Dagon shame she was sick, but sounds like everyone is having a Baʿal now.
2013-05-27 12:40:57 PM  
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So what? he saved your life, and you cant even muster up a good solid bj? Bah..ungrateful wench.
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