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No. Just today Chris Kennedy, son of Bobby Kennedy, announced he was running for Senator.

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My wife and I travellled down I-75 and across Alligator Alley to Hallendale, Florida on the east coast in June, 1994. We saw hundreds of "FEMA Villages and homes with blue fema tarps on them at that time.

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Answered: Why is Edward M. Kennedy called Ted.

Although some Edwards may have been called Ed or Eddie, others were called Ned, Neddy or Ted. See www.wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_is_Ted_short_for_Edward for more information.

Answered: Cancer?

The only information I found was the following: Syringoid eccrine carcinoma is an extremely rare cutaneous malignant tumor, thought to be derived from eccrine sweat apparatus. http://www.thedoctorsdoctor.com/diseases/skin_eccrine_ca.htm
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