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http://www.vawatchdog.org/08/nf08/nfAPR08/nf040208-1.htm

I see in Jim Strickland's column today at least one vet there (havent read this good yet) who could sue their rep for negligence.

I emailed Jim that maybe this should be the subject of the SVR show he is doing with me next Wednesday at SVR (Stardust Radio)available via PC.

We discussed other subjects for the show and I think I could do dozens of shows with Jim that would all be different and compelling information for all veterans and widows.-

Please take the time to read his post today and feel free to contact him at the email addy on the site if you have comments as to his column-

We will take calls ins and chat room questions on the show next week-

and I am hoping that he will want to discuss all this further at SVR-

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Mike Harris- here is his email:

and April 23rd Jerrel Cook has Congressman Filner back on- dont know who in between- I am trying to get show in with Bob Walsh vets lawyer again-

Willie Nelson pre-empted our last show-and Bob is a GREAT guest that vets wanted to come back on-

"Hello Everyone,

I will be hosting the SVR Radio Show tomorrow (April 2nd) from 6:30 - 8:00 PM Eastern Time.

http://www.stardustent.com/svr.htm

One day a friend passed along a Book written by Kathie Costos called "For the Love of Jack". I'm not much of a reader, but I read it from front to back. It is about a spouse living with a PTSD veteran. I was inspired by the contents and asked Kathie as my guest:

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Bio: Chaplain Kathie Costos

Vietnam PTSD veteran wife, married for 23 years and doing outreach work with veterans for 25 years. Ten years of it on line. She has a blog, Wounded Times at blogspot.com, web page at Namguardianangel.org, as well as several videos on PTSD. Kathie is a new International Fellowship of Chaplains Chaplain but is considered an expert on PTSD. Her videos are used all across the country, in England, Scotland, Australia and Canada, as well as a teaching hospital in the Netherlands, a college in Lebanon and by many service organizations providing support and knowledge of what PTSD is. As part of her outreach work, she is actively pursuing a means to remove the stigma of PTSD and has designed a medal for PTSD and TBI wounds to stop them from being treated as a sub-standard wound.

Chaplain Kathie Costos

Namguardianangel@aol.com

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www.Woundedtimes.blogspot.com

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Warmest Regards,

Mike Harris

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