|Posted: November 10, 2006, 2:13 am - IP Logged|
Don't be so difficult. Difficult people belong to the NFL club. And NFL means no friends left. What do you expect the person to do. Donate a million to the "bad blood" fund. I don't think the person meant any disrespect. disrepect would be not to think or talk about the person at all.
Ed was a fine man and a professional journalist who fought hard to beat Leukemia. He was in pain for months until the last. I will not be accused of being (difficult) if all he is worth is a number on the next draw at a lottery.
He was not talked about he was used to generate a number for last nights draw. Man! you better re-read the post again. If this makes me difficult and I am NFL person so be it. I stand for human dignity especially for the dead. I respect my fellow man and all the people at Lottery Post who have a real heart.
Look, I thought this was a free country and I was entitled to express my opinion, or has the election Tuesday changed that already.
Okay, okay, forget everything I said until now, yeah I want you to donate. If you want to honor Ed Bradley you can do it by sending a donation to the Leukemia & Lymphona Society in his name. He would have liked that. This gives real honor to the man. In fact, why not give any winnings you receive from his apparent winning death bed number to the Society.
You want to show respect that's how. Anyone can send me a PM and I will give you the address of the Society or you can easily find it on the net, even quicker.
So I guess this old guy will just have to go back to his difficult ways and attempt to treat people with the respect they deserve.
P.S. If you think I am way over the top on this look in the eyes of a 6 year old dying of cancer and then tell me I am being difficult.