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Thanks for the article Brian...

Wow, I got goosebumps reading that...

Poor old pam, she has had a hard run hasnt she??

<br />Oh well its a testament to her character that she is still soldiering on and enjoying life after all her personal tragedies...

Its so good to hear that she is engaged again!! I remember feeling awful for her after losing her first husband....so happy to hear she is engaged again!!!

<br />Gooo Pam!! Please commentate for Australian TV when you come out for the Oz Open...
 

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I love Pam. She does such a great job commentating and interviewing. Very sad for her these past years, but I'm glad she is happy in her life now. I wish her the best.
 

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I've been a Pam fan from way back. She always seemed mature beyond her years even when young. I'm glad she's still in good mind and spirit despite the tragedies in her life.

And Brian, I'm sure you know Pam as one of Chanda's old doubles partners.

I wish her the best.

Pam has considered entering politics for quite some time. I think she'd be a good public servant (even if she is a Republican).
 

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[email protected] Pam being Republican is just about the only thing I don't like about her. <br />I'm happy she's commentating. I like watching her cover matches, even if I don't necessarily care who wins. <br />Hope she finds happiness with this Lazenby dude. She deserves it.
 

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Hey, Cashman, I can remember her playing doubles with Rebecca Jensen. <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> So natch I'd remember Pam.

As for George Lazenby, he starred as Bond in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". Let's just say his Oscar trophycase is deservedly barren.

But I hope things work out for them.
 
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