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I never knew Chuck but I had seen that RR a few times so I vote hall of fame for the Rolls
I'd rather see it used than sit, but I'd rather even more to see it preserved than used and abused.... What mike & Mike said makes sense too.
As far as suicide, the last call I was on Thurs night was just that- I've seen far too many people take their own lives and the cries of family when they're told they've lost a loved one is haunting. Not trying to play it up - its just that's the best adjective I can come up with.
I've lost a close friend to suicide and a few more friends/acquaintances... I know it sounds cliche, but it's the one mistake that you don't get to learn from and that your friends and family have to deal with forever.
The most horrible thing about anyone commiting suicide is that everyone they know will wonder for the rest of their life if they could have made a difference.
Don't ever take anyone for granted, you never know when their or your own time will be.
Im sure he had his own demons. unfortunately they won it seems. Selfish, maybe... but i dont see a point in judging him now. I would rather celebrate the man than fault him for this one, all be it glaring, reason...
It is my hope he will be celebrated. His life was and is more important than his death...