Forum rules and philosophy revisited.

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Bill Martino, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. philthygeezer

    philthygeezer

    746
    Aug 6, 2002
    Here lies Philthygeezer. He loved small animals.

    :eek:
     
  2. Spectre

    Spectre

    Nov 3, 1998
    I don't think I should have a headstone.

    In fact, I don't want to be buried. If I have a funeral service, I want someone to say, "Love people. Love your families. Be kind to those you encounter, and be good to yourself."

    And may that be true of me, for as long as I have.

    John
     
  3. monklaw

    monklaw

    8
    Jul 11, 2004
    John, there's room in the desert for your ashes around mine somewhere's....



    ......................



    ps- i completed a little circle began some time ago when you got your Kagihara tool: I have the brother to yours. He built both for himself and if mine is anywhere near as accurate as yours...
    only trouble is paying for it past Christmas....

    munk
     
  4. Spectre

    Spectre

    Nov 3, 1998
    Sorry, munk, I need trees. And a mountain, I reckon.

    I must go to the mountains
    I must die on the mountains
    If I cannot go to the mountains
    I'll live forever on the plain


    ---
    Oh, yeah. Accurate, indeed. Might use it in competition (IDPA), when I get a couple more mags. Congratulations.

    John
     
  5. monklaw

    monklaw

    8
    Jul 11, 2004
    No sweat, Spectre; ghost munk will fly from the plains and visit you on the peaks.






    munk
     
  6. Bill Marsh

    Bill Marsh

    Mar 26, 2002
    Thanks Nasty for the kind words.

    I'd like my headstone to read: "He Isn't Here."
     
  7. Josh Feltman

    Josh Feltman

    Feb 12, 2001
    I don't know why, but somebody sent me a link to this thread today. Still makes for interesting reading.
     
  8. ArchAngel

    ArchAngel

    Feb 13, 2000
    It is something all of us that come to HI need to read now and again to understand and remember the motivation that got Uncle Bill and Yangdu on this path. Duty, NOT PROFIT, was the driving force.
    Caring for the needs of others by helping them make a place for themselves in the world, and finding your place in the grand plan of the world at the same time.
    Seems as important for people to understand today as back then.:thumbup:
     
  9. glwanabe

    glwanabe

    140
    Jan 30, 2007
    I'am sorry I have not found this place sooner. I absolutely love what Bill wrote. Peace Jeff.
     
  10. munk

    munk

    Mar 22, 2002
    Glad to see your post, Josh.

    Yes, this reminder from Bill is much appreciated today.
    Sort of softens one up.




    munk
     
  11. lmalterna

    lmalterna Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 12, 2002
    As a newcomer, some thought is in order. Thank you for that.

    Bill
     
  12. cybrok

    cybrok

    Aug 7, 2005
    A little busy right now, I promise I will read later today.
     
  13. Eric006

    Eric006

    Apr 5, 2006
    I arrived here after Uncle Bill's passing, but I sense his presence here, through his words and deeds, and the words and deeds of those whose lives he touched.

    Eric
     
  14. tikkidaddy

    tikkidaddy

    285
    Jan 1, 2012
    Ub...u are sorely missed...i wish we couldve shared that pot of gumbo together...i love you uncle...mark
     

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