Glad you enjoyed it!! (and got through it all ).Hey dude thanks for that post. I'm big into music and BB always fascinated me. He fascinated me in the way I knew nothing about him personally and never saw him do interviews. I'm also fascinated by race relations in this country and knowing BB was that age where he must have witnessed a lot I always wondered to myself was he an angry bitter man who didn't care for most folks or was he a jolly friendly guy who had appreciation for other people people and if he was in a happy place in this world.
Sounds like you at least got a good feel for him and that's awesome getting to know a legend like that. Not to turn this into a race debate but a Moron like Al Sharpton could learn a lot from guys like MLK and BB in the way to work with other people peacefully in spreading the message instead of pissing people off and segregating people like only Sharpton knows how.
Thanks for signing up.Hello everyone,
I stumbled across this old post a short time ago, and I quickly signed up to become a member of this forum so I could thank each and every one of you for your heartfelt reactions to my father’s death. I'm sorry that I did not discover it sooner! Tomorrow will mark 4 years since he has been gone. Anyone who has lost a parent can relate to what I have been going through and reading your entries made me feel great knowing that there are still many fans out there who remember him warmly. Those of you who had met him can attest to the fact that he had an extremely magnetic personality– the void he left behind is hard to explain. It has truly been a healing experience to hear from all of you and Dolphin fans nationwide.
Thank you again for your support, and please reply or send me a PM anytime.
Garo Yepremian Jr.
PS: I run a Facebook page in my dad’s memory- (moderators, feel free to remove if this if not allowed), but here is a link to more information. Thanks!