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    Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio



    I learned just a short time ago that Nestor Aparicio's wife Jennifer has been diagnosed with leukemia. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. If you'd like to express your best wishes send them along to: nasty@wnst.net

    I know given my history with Nestor, you are all probably scratching your heads, questioning my sincerity and motives. But sometimes, and this is clearly one of those times, personal differences seem so insignificant.

    I hope you agree...
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Quote Originally Posted by TL24x7 View Post
    I learned just a short time ago that Nestor Aparicio's wife Jennifer has been diagnosed with leukemia. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. If you'd like to express your best wishes send them along to: nasty@wnst.net

    I know given my history with Nestor, you are all probably scratching your heads, questioning my sincerity and motives. But sometimes, and this is clearly one of those times, personal differences seem so insignificant.

    I hope you agree...
    Nestor is an arrogant blowhard, but he loves Baltimore and sports here.

    I wish him and his wife nothing but the best and another victory over cancer.


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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Absolutely! Nester and his wife are in my prayers. I love his passion for Baltimore sports even if misguided at times. I've met him multiple times over the years and he has always been fun and gracious.




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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Saw it on FB. I like the guy and took one of his playoff trips every year of the Harbaugh Era. Wishing them the best!




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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Sports talk is one thing, real life another. I wish his wife a full recovery, and his family ease from the mental anguish that this kind of illness brings... Bc
    P.S. - I also sent the above sentiments to 'nasty.wnst.net' too.
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    I don't wish cancer on any of my worst enemies. It sucks, and I hope she is able to fight hard and beat it.
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Yup, agreed. Regardless of personal beliefs, opinions, etc, the fight against cancer is something we can all agree on. I'm not the praying type, but will keep them in my thoughts and hope for good things.
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    I hope she pulls through and he's a better man from the experience.

    Cancer is the worst.
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Jennifer, get well soon!!

    Nestor is coming back on the air. Maybe it'll be his 3hr refuge from the hell they're gonna go thru. I'll be listening. Sure I don't agree with all his opinions/beefs, but he is a good radio host. Best interviewer in the market.




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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Best wishes to Nasty's gorgeous wife. Shortly after they got married the station had group tickets to the Os game and I bought 3. They sat in front of us. Nasty wore a YANKEES SUCK t-shirt and the Yankee fans behind complained about it so the ushers told him to turn it inside out.

    He refused and said he'd leave rather that do that. He pure's Baltimore thru and thru and put his money up for a sports talk radio station even if he ended up getting rid of his best hosts along the way including a guy who had the station's highest Sunday ratings.
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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Many local celebrities and their families have been affected by health problems this year. Jennifer Aparicio, Jeremy Conn's wife with MS, and now, Mix 106.5's Maria Dennis, with leukemia.

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of them.

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    Re: Heartfelt Wishes to Jennifer & Nestor Aparicio

    Tough to hear having lost a sister to leukemia when I was a child and a sister-in-law to cancer 4 years ago. My thoughts and prayers go out to Nestor, Jennifer, and their family.




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