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    1. Ohhh, YOU'RE the famous Fagsy '-) beautiful you did for SLAM - muah! :)

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  2. I saw you once a zillion years ago in San Diego. I was approaching the Mall, you sat outside angrily stabbing a salad. I stopped in my tracks at your raw emotion and beauty. I smiled and sent you all the calm I could find as I walked past. Would have loved to side track you out of that mood.

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  3. These are two absolutely lovely shots. I wish there were more people like you around.

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  5. Just watched The Anonymous People and ordered Guts immediately and read/finished it in on my vacation last week. You are PHENOMENAL. I was always a fan of you on TV and film...whenever I saw you, I would think you were a relatable and REAL character, who, of course made me laugh hysterically. When I read your book, I felt like i was reading about myself...minus the celebrity, London, spastic stomach thing...but your struggles and coping mechanisms are so common and I, too, AT 40 finally decided I couldn't handle it on my own and reached out for help and became extremely open about it...I know it makes people uncomfortable but I have also helped people too...and those are the people I care about...people can be uncomfortable---that's their issue. You have inspired and motivated me to keep going on this path and we are not alone. I am more a fan of you as a woman, a human being who is honest and REAL than I am of anything you have accomplished in your career...which I am not discounting, as you are very talented and your work is extremely impressive on it's own. But your career is your job, this person you have let us get to know a little bit, is the person I look up to. Thanks for being a SHE-RO!

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  6. Hi Kristen, I am not sure how to get a hold of you via email. Hopefully this email will get to you. I see we both suffered from a rare autoimmune disease. I hope this message finds you well. I was wondering if you be willing to sponsor me in a walk for the Transverse Myelitis Association? This is a non-profit organization that advocates for people who suffer from rare autoimmune disease. They also contribute money to research for adults or pediatrics diseases. I would appreciate any support you could provide to Team Buck. Thanks you.

    Sincerely,

    Ken Buck

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  7. https://www.crowdrise.com/team-buck---fighting-transverse-myelitis-one-step-at-a-time

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  8. Am sitting hear watching Viva rock Vegas And just wanted to say you are still as Stunning as ever

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