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A case could be made to proclaim that every day is worth celebrating for the typical cancer survivor. Though some days are better than others for those in treatment, survivors who enjoy confirmed remission have much to celebrate, especially when the world puts the hashtag #NCSD on the first Sunday in June. For me, this is my 10th #NCSD and the object of this #SocialCurrentSee archive. Hope you enjoy the day!

Our choices of films lately have been less than sterling or entertaining, but this one is on our list because it seems to emphasize storytelling of a real-life situation. Generally speaking, Dee Dee and I prefer this genre over the typical cinema fare and that is a reflection of our Boomer preferences.

For those of you who prefer to read the book before seeing the film, here is a #SocialCurrentSee posting to lead you in that direction.

No doubt, you have read the business press and #SocialCurrentSee about the story: Amazon has teamed with billionaire investor and entrepreneur Mark Cuban to offer a collection of products and up-and-coming brands through the company’s Exclusives store. Of course, as reporters have said: you don’t even need three commas in your net worth to shop there.

AMAZON shows Cuban featured wearing a Currency T-shirt from his apparel brand, Three Commas (that’s the universal symbol for a billion), and the shirt is among the items you can pick up — for $34.95. Other items include Smooth for Men Coffee Body Scrub, Nuts ‘n More High Protein Peanut Butter Cookie Butter Flavor, an inflatable stand up paddle board from Tower Paddle Boards, and the Q-Fex Acupressure Back and Body Massage Tool.

The collection launches with more than 100 items, many of which customers may recognize from “Shark Tank,” the reality show Cuban appears on. The Dallas Mavericks owner doesn’t stray far from the sport he loves, as The Dirty Dunk over-the-door basketball hoop laundry hamper is featured, along with shirts from a number of NBA and college sports teams.

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▶ Social networking by @ALTALOMAN, mobile web concierge, archivist, synergist, micro blogger "INtrepreneur"... retired from hospital fund development and a cancer survivor

▶ Besides the Twitter roll below, followers will find additional content in our #SocialCurrentSee on Flipboard and on @Storify :

▶ CASTING the constant comments, stories, and 'social current see' (SCS) of publisher, curator, webmaster ALTALOMAN with a view of the sites below.   

▶ Now retired but fully enjoying status as GPx2*, Mike & Dee Dee celebrate his survival with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) since Mar. 06, including a stem cell transplant from an unrelated donor in 2007 and "TomoTherapy" in 2009.   * GPx2 = grandparents times two

▶ My story in the sites and blogs of my SCS at the links in this profile.

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