Goodbye, Faz

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    None of you have probably even heard of this man, but he's a legend in the city I went to college. As cliche as it is, one of the nicest people I have ever met.

    RIP :(

    http://www.michigandaily.com/media/...?norewrite&sourcedomain=www.michigandaily.com

    I met him once, and I can tell you every word is absolutely true. I honestly thought I had met him some time in the past and had forgotten, the way he treated me. He was instantly comfortable with anyone.
     
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    He sounds like a crackhead.
     
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    Is that the nicest thing you could find to say about someone who has died?

    Very poor taste, even if you were joking. :(
     
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    Wow.
     
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    He flushed his son's future down the toilet for a little local fame. This is crackheady.
     
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    I can tell you, from personal experience, personal fame was not his priority (or even a tertiary goal). I realize that's difficult for you to understand, but try anyways. And a son who attends a top 5 business school in the country, while playing varsity baseball, hardly seems like he had his future sacrificed.
     
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    Did you ever try the white sauce pizza? :suck:
     
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    This thread explains a lot about you. It wasn't intended to do so, but it does.
     
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    How so?
     
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    Figure it out yourself. I refuse to let you take a thread about such a positive person in such a negative direction.
     

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