Although I liked the piece about the car gang that would break into cars at quick marts without damaging anything, and the only thing they would do was crank up the volume on the radio, so when the "victim" got back in the car with the milk, and started the car, the volume would blast him out, and he'd be left thinking, "Well, it wasn't this loud when I got out of the car...".
I agree. I thought he was funny sometimes when he wasn’t being nasty. I don’t believe he’s laughing and telling jokes now though. He wasn’t a believer until now. Every knee shall bow.
Since my old user ID on “Bones7955” must have been deleted from not using it in a while, I made a new screen name. Anyway, to the point at hand.
I was a fan of him back in the day, and I don’t know if other folks noticed that his rapid slide towards the really dark, pessimistic, hurtful things he would say began right after the death of his wife... a tragic loss with which I think he was never able to cope, right up until the end.
I think it made him so bitter, his comedy went from taking a jab at different things for comic value, to really trying to hurt people.. it’s a shame.... and the one thing he railed against SO much, that being spiritual faith of any kind, (not even just Christianity but anything spiritual), was the one thing that might’ve helped him cope with such a devastating loss.