Discussion in 'Wordforge Memorials' started by Black Dove, Sep 8, 2014.
Lost family friends to it.
Muad, kick Abe's ass while you're up there. Then take him drinking and to a theater.
Sorry - I get to stage four in several locations my ass is on the morphine.
Hell I'm on the morphine for a stubbed toe if I can, so up the ante and I'm through.
How ya been dude?
sometimes not keeping in touch with people can make you feel like a miserable piece of shit
We could... reenact them. There is a record.
Yes, but it would be no fun as you're a pale shadow compared to Muad Dib.......
Does that mean you'll make more rounds here, then?
I would never presume to play Muad in the reenactment. Mewa would have to.
And why exactly is that?
Because the irony of Mewa playing Muad would tickle Muad pink.
It is ironic because Mewa never saw Muad's point of view.
He's telling a joke.
We are given a gift in life that cannot be traded or bartered away: our last breath. How we choose to spend it is entirely up to each of us. It appears from the number of well wishers that Muad Dib and the person behind that persona spent his wisely. I'm sorry I came too late to know him better.
Is that the only reason you think it would be ironic?
Please don't make this thread about apostle.
Well we could make it about apostle.
Yes. You've stated yourself that you're not a descendant of American slaves, if that is what you're getting at. So no irony there.
Seriously, let's not start this crap in this thread--make a new one to continue this.
Right. This might be the Redroom, but show some respect.
Poodle only shows respect to good ol' Christian boys. The rest of us are scum heathens you know....to say nothing of non-reflectables like Anna and Mewa.
Ain't that right son of Jebus?
Not taking the bait...not taking the bait...not taking the bait....
Well, Muad, you've been buried, and the soil is beginning to settle.
The person who gave that body life and meaning is no longer there.
I do not believe in a god, or gods, and I cannot say what lies beyond the door of death,
but I hope that if there is something beyond, if there is a continued existence, it is my wish that
all you ever desired is there waiting for you, and that you'll never know disease or pain ever again.
In rest, Muad, may you find peace.
Very sad. What's even sadder are those using the thread as yet another platform to announce just. how. much. they don't believe in God or an afterlife.
If that's the only way you can think of to begin your "tribute" post (like John up above) then please violently kill yourself before polluting the board with more of your dysphoric navel-gazing.
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