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51 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/2/2017, 8:16 pm

I am in Illinois and will not be able to make the memorial, but my thoughts are with Z, and hope your mom and you realize how much we miss his gentle soul. Please celebrate his life and do not be sad because he has made many people happy over the years sharing his friendship. Best wishes.

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52 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/11/2017, 1:32 pm

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Wow, so a man passes and multiple people here denigrate his child in this thread.

53 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/11/2017, 5:37 pm

Waiting wrote:Wow, so a man passes and multiple people here denigrate his child in this thread.


MULTIPLE?

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54 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 6:23 pm

Z's daughter like her father can take care of herself. However, folks with higher intelligence tend to avoid tedious and boring places. For those of us who have felt the loss of so many interesting people, I guess it is now just an empty habit to be here even though there are still many good people.

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55 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 7:11 pm

2seaoat wrote:Z's daughter like her father can take care of herself.   However, folks with higher intelligence tend to avoid tedious and boring places.   For those of us who have felt the loss of so many interesting people, I guess it is now just an empty habit to be here even though there are still many good people.


What a shame... she was told to leave. This was a thread about her dad's memorial.

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56 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 7:58 pm

What a shame... she was told to leave. This was a thread about her dad's memorial.


Her dad NEVER lost his temper or composure. He was like a duck with water being poured on him.....he just fluffed his feathers and carried on. I remember how proud he was of her band and her music. Having a son who was a rock drummer who did three CDs while in high school and college, I too was a proud daddy, but to think a young person would stick around this place now. Not a chance. If my son was to visit here after my death, he would just get a good chuckle. None of this much matters. I just hurts losing Z, Bob, Neko, T, and so many others who simply disappeared, but to think our children will stick around our sandbox, or leave because some members play nasty.....I do not think so......the question in five years will be did this ever exist.

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57 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 8:19 pm

2seaoat wrote:What a shame... she was told to leave. This was a thread about her dad's memorial.


Her dad NEVER lost his temper or composure.  He was like a duck with water being poured on him.....he just fluffed his feathers and carried on.  I remember how proud he was of her band and her music.   Having a son who was a rock drummer who did three CDs while in high school and college, I too was a proud daddy, but to think a young person would stick around this place now.   Not a chance.   If my son was to visit here after my death, he would just get a good chuckle.  None of this much matters.  I just hurts losing Z, Bob, Neko, T, and so many others who simply disappeared, but to think our children will stick around our sandbox, or leave because some members play nasty.....I do not think so......the question in five years will be did this ever exist.



We also had friendship and camaraderie. It certainly was not Democrat versus Republican in every aspect of this forums life. At least the ones we lost had a life outside of politics aND made posting fun and entertaining. Seaoat you continue to entertain me with your projects.

Conversing with socks is boring and stupid. The caliber of his inauthenticity is matched only by his brazen falsehoods in practically every post he submits. Seaoat realized his being a charlatan early in the game so now Del caps claims Seaoat is a phony.

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58 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 8:32 pm


I suggest we clear this thread of everything that has nothing to do with Z. A new thread can be named Bitches & Gripes. No comments have to be destroyed; they can be moved elsewhere. Please.

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59 Re: Dad's Memorial on 5/12/2017, 8:49 pm

I suggest we clear this thread of everything that has nothing to do with Z. A new thread can be named Bitches & Gripes. No comments have to be destroyed; they can be moved elsewhere. Please.


You had mentioned you might try to make the memorial. Were you able to attend?

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