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rest in peace
#1

manute bol

a true humanitarian and very fine man

I realise that I have a past to break with--an accumulation of inertia, wrong, foolishness, rot, junk.  A great need of clarification, of mindfulness, or rather, of no mind.  A need to return to genuine practice, right effort.  Need to push on the great doubt.  Need for the spirit.  Hang on to the clear light.
           
Thomas Merton


       
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#2

Manute Bol = The coast of Louisiana ???

Why do I keep this cesspool alive?
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#3

too many pills, bossman Rolleyes

I realise that I have a past to break with--an accumulation of inertia, wrong, foolishness, rot, junk.  A great need of clarification, of mindfulness, or rather, of no mind.  A need to return to genuine practice, right effort.  Need to push on the great doubt.  Need for the spirit.  Hang on to the clear light.
           
Thomas Merton


       
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#4

The circumstances surrounding his death sound pretty gnarly. The skin around his mouth was so sore, he couldn't even eat for 2 weeks? That must have been excruciating. Sad that this happened as a result of his humanitarian work in Sudan but it almost sounds like death would be a welcome relief from that kind of agony.

Rest in peace. Thanks for making a difference.

JCW Wrote:Every toilet bowl has to have one turd that floats to the top, I'm just doing my part.
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#5

I'll use that as a username in his honor the next time snarg fucks with my account.

BIRD33 Wrote:Thats hilarious.No need for banning.You'll slowly realize the ass kicking you take here isnt worth it and will slink off only to return as a guest.Happens all the time.Enjoy your brief stay.
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JCW Wrote:The circumstances surrounding his death sound pretty gnarly. The skin around his mouth was so sore, he couldn't even eat for 2 weeks? That must have been excruciating. Sad that this happened as a result of his humanitarian work in Sudan but it almost sounds like death would be a welcome relief from that kind of agony.

Rest in peace. Thanks for making a difference.

manute was a really sweet guy; his impact on the world was very positive
what a shame he had to suffer so much

ps/ glad to see you are living up to your title, crybaby

I realise that I have a past to break with--an accumulation of inertia, wrong, foolishness, rot, junk.  A great need of clarification, of mindfulness, or rather, of no mind.  A need to return to genuine practice, right effort.  Need to push on the great doubt.  Need for the spirit.  Hang on to the clear light.
           
Thomas Merton


       
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