Another board loss: RIP Mr. Slater's Parrot

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souphound
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Postby souphound » 05 Sep 2006, 14:13

The Slider wrote:
SoupHound wrote:I think he was on the first montage, wasn't he? I've lost my copy of that.


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I believe he is the fifth from left on the top row - next to santa claus.


Thank you. Just as I recalled. (for once)
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Postby The Midnight Special » 08 Sep 2006, 13:45

Sad to read about his death. I never interacted with him but it seems he was a good guy, like Vieira, Rest In Peace.
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Postby Delgado » 11 Sep 2006, 17:05

The Midnight Special wrote:Sad to read about his death. I never interacted with him but it seems he was a good guy, like Vieira, Rest In Peace.


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Postby Teabag » 16 Sep 2006, 18:00

Sutekh wrote:I hate to point this out, but you know what they say: "these things always come in threes'

Let's hope not... :(


I have been feeling very lonely of late so came to the 'chat' forums on the board. I wish I hadn't. On the one hand there's the sadness of people dying. I was fortunate enough to have met Vieira and know his passing is a loss to the world. I didn't meet Mr Slater's Parrot but the Bonzos linked moniker in the days when my sig was Bonzos related too created a sense of affinity for me. A good egg has gone.

On the other there's the unnecessary self-indulgence of Slim's 'Posters You Dislike' thread (If you were really upset about the way it was going why not delete it?) and DQ's sociology homework project. I don't think I have ever seen such egocentric posting and lack of consideration for others in my time on this board. The Johari window can be used for self-analysis, true, but the vague, unspecific way it was mentioned here makes me think it has just been mentioned for shit stirring.

I realise some posted here in fun but ...

It used to be that we felt this board brought people together.



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