Death Is certain. What happens then? Ponder that. It is a very important question. I am very old, and I am getting sweats all the time. It has come of a sudden, I have enjoyed my membership, even if I was not too happen about having to contend with V3
Recommended Read: https://therealistguide.com/ a book which is really very interesting.
I am not going to play any new "Daily" games. Sorry, sleeper, but you are why I do not want to play the longer form. Your holding up hundreds of Tourneys is just unacceptable to Chess etiquette. All PM's agreeing will be gratefully received.
From Robert Burns, I do believe:
Oh, would some Power give us the gift
To see ourselves as others see us!
It would from many a blunder free us,
And foolish notion:
What airs in dress and gait would leave us.
And even devotion!
AND FROM BANJO PATERSON's LAST LINES OF "THE GREAT CALAMITY"
To think my bonny infant son
Should do the deed o’ guilt —
HE LET THE WHUSKEY SPIGOT RUN,
AND A’ THE WHUSKEY’S SPILT!’
. . . . .
Upon them both these words did bring
A solemn silence deep,
Gude faith, it is a fearsome thing
To see two strong men weep.