You're probably right, DM. It probably shouldn't be a public project. We can just nip that one in the bud right there. <br><br><br>Shooshie<br><br><br><br>[color:green]Pictures and things</font color=green>
Hey, far be it from me to start trouble in a thread such as this or try and direct the masses on what to do. If it's a public project the masses want, then it will obviously go forward with great steam...<br><br>Just trying to throw out a little caveat out there....<br><br><br><br>[color:white]God speed, mikeb. Go drive a Porsche in the big Autobahn in the sky...</font color=white>
WHAT? Mike, we're sure gonna miss you buddy. I've been taking a break due to the election year political mumbo jumbo. I had no idea. I'm stunned. Blown away.... Mike, you and your wonderful family are in my prayers. We love you man.<br><br>Ben<br><br>
Terrible news, what a painful ordeal for he and his family.<br><br>Maybe some people won't understand when I say this, but I wish him a peaceful and swift departure from this life. I've been through losing sombody to cancer and wanting them to hold on at this stage is only to extend the misery. He lived well, and I hope his family and friends are left with an appreciation for that when all is said and done.<br><br>I guess like a few others here, I didn't always get along with mike either, but petty differences mean little in the end.<br>
<blockquote>Maybe some people won't understand when I say this, but I wish him a peaceful and swift departure from this life.</blockquote><br><br>I'm pretty sure that I, and many others, understand and agree. I lots two close friends in the past year and both had tough, lingering fights near the end. It is a difficult thing to watch and deal with.<br><br>Love to Mikeb and his family of loved ones.<br><br><br><br>KateMate
I don't know what to say. I was going to comment earlier, but I just couldn't think of the words... and still can't. This is absolutely terrible. I've missed his posts around here for a while now... and I don't want to imagine this place without him. God bless you, Mike.<br>
Like my dad said when he was dying of cancer, "If I thought I could get better, it wouldn't be so bad." So, at the end, I begged his doctor to give him as much medication as necessary to make him comfortable. His doctor warned me that it might kill him, but I told him to do it. My dad died the next day, but at least he died peacefully. <br><br>My mom and grandmother died of cancer, as did my grandfather and my aunts and uncles... <br><br>I held my grandmother's hand while she passed. I was praying for God to take her, yet I cried when she was gone because I knew how much I would miss her. But it was a selfish wish on my part. She was better off not suffering anymore.<br><br>I quit smoking recently because my doctor told me that I could either cross the street in heavy traffic, blind and deaf, or I could cross the street blind. By quitting smoking she said that at least I could hear the traffic, even if couldn't see it.<br><br>Mike was adopted, so he was blind, deaf, and handcuffed. <br><br>May God hold Mike in his arms and carry him now.<br><br>
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