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tlr online 11-07-20 13:32

Still very much missed.

fallenangle 11-07-20 14:35

Yes, very true. experts in any niche field of interest like this when they go, for whatever reason, take with them valuable knowledge but also their enthusiasm. Both are missed.

xtimz 11-11-20 09:41

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Originally Posted by tlr online (Post 8215399)
Still very much missed.

Yes. Happened to see this post. It just feels like yestoday.

Patrick Shannon 23-03-21 19:23

And now we have lost The Great Chi, as well. My heart is broken. :cry:

perryloo 24-03-21 09:43

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Originally Posted by Patrick Shannon (Post 8288057)
And now we have lost The Great Chi, as well. My heart is broken. :cry:

Yes, Such a pity he is gone, but we have his legacy of video's to remind us of him.

Greenapple968 06-06-21 01:38

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Originally Posted by perryloo (Post 8288194)
Yes, Such a pity he is gone, but we have his legacy of video's to remind us of him.

RRCarroll and The Great Chi both have a legacy of videos that live on. I believe I was absent when the news of The Great Chi's death first reached this place but I wasn't absent when we were presented with the news of RRCarroll and Spong. It's shocking to think that next month will be eight years since the passing of RRCarroll, and seven years since the passing of Spong. :( For me, it's particularly saddening that their deaths happened on my month of birth; it's harder to enjoy my birthday when it's riddled with unhappy thoughts and memories.


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