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Sex Lives: Marathon Surgery and Mary Pfaff

sex lives: Starnes loved the excitement and endless variety of the news, according to The Waterloo Record. He was a curious man. Starnes, 75, died Monday, eight days after a tear to his aorta led to marathon surgery at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. He always said that he was lucky he had a job he loved and was passionate about. He had a self-deprecating sense of humour and joked that senior management would soon find out that the emperor had no clothes. He would write about anything, from the sex lives of bees to Hans Christian Andersen, said his wife, Mary Pfaff. ( As reported in the news.