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    Red Symons, food for thought for the modern World

    Sometimes I find myself doing just this.
    Whenever I read an obituary I scan immediately to age and cause.Like an athlete looking at the clock, I am measuring my chances.


    Coronavirus dishes Red Symons food for thought about the modern world
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob10 View Post
    Sometimes I find myself doing just this.
    Whenever I read an obituary I scan immediately to age and cause.Like an athlete looking at the clock, I am measuring my chances.


    Coronavirus dishes Red Symons food for thought about the modern world
    his journalism is about as good as his music was

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramblingboy42 View Post
    his journalism is about as good as his music was
    We'll have to agree to disagree, I consider his music to be quite average, but his journalism is nowhere near that good.
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    I have never read the obituaries in my life.
    What an odd past time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johndoe View Post
    I have never read the obituaries in my life.
    What an odd past time.
    If you donít read them how would you know if you died one day...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ramblingboy42 View Post
    his journalism is about as good as his music was
    Like Jazz, rambling.
    halfbacks were invented to stop prop forwards taking over the world.

    Sometimes courage doesnt roar, sometimes it's the little voice at the end of the day, that says " I'll try again tomorrow."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johndoe View Post
    I have never read the obituaries in my life.
    What an odd past time.
    When you've lost as many friends as some of us to obscure diseases as a result of military service, you tend to check from time to time. It's sad I've also been to more funerals than weddings.
    halfbacks were invented to stop prop forwards taking over the world.

    Sometimes courage doesnt roar, sometimes it's the little voice at the end of the day, that says " I'll try again tomorrow."

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