Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Shouldn't All Obits Have Punch Lines?

Randy Seaver passes along the obituary of Fred Clark—a man who enjoyed life to the end, and lived just long enough to tell us so.

He loved to hear and tell jokes, especially short ones due to his limited attention span. He had a life long love affair with bacon, butter, cigars and bourbon. You always knew what Fred was thinking much to the dismay of his friend and family. His sons said of Fred, "he was often wrong, but never in doubt". When his family was asked what they remembered about Fred, they fondly recalled how Fred never peed in the shower - on purpose. [Link]

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