William F. Buckley Jr.
BUCKLEY--William F. Jr., The nation will mourn the passing of a great patriot; we are all the richer for his magnificent works. Stanley Goldstein
Published by New York Times on Feb. 29, 2008.
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Valenda Newell
June 19, 2017
Rest William, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.
Harry Simpson
February 27, 2016
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
Harry Simpson
February 27, 2015
William F. Buckley was truly an amazing person with so much talent the loss is clearly ours. Prayers fill our hearts and burst forth from our mouths to God asking him to let us remember clearly the love we have for this wonderful person gone from our lives never forgetting the joy we shared experiencing a great and authentic talent. (Hebrews 6:10).
January 11, 2015
A gracious and respectable person whose work has done so much to bring so much joy to many of us in these troubled times hard to deal with (2 Tim 3;1). Perhaps more will continue to have positive experiences from a wonderful work that has an impactful contribution to life and its anxieties.
March 4, 2014
For William...

A class guy.

WEEP NOT FOR ME


Do not weep for me when I no longer dwell among the wonders of the earth; for my larger self is free, and my soul rejoices on the other side of pain...on the other side of darkness.

Do not weep for me, for I am a ray of sunshine that touches your skin, a tropical breeze upon your face, the hush of joy within your heart and the innocence of babes in mothers arms.

I am the hope in a darkened night. And, in your hour of need, I will be there to comfort you. I will share your tears, your joys, your fears, your disappointments and your triumphs.

Do not weep for me, for I am cradled
in the arms of God. I walk with the angels, and hear the music beyond the stars.

Do not weep for me, for I am within you;
I am peace, love, I am a soft wind that caresses the flowers. I am the calm that follows a raging storm. I am an autumns leaf that floats among the garden of God, and I am pure white snow that softly falls upon your hand.

Do not weep for me, for I shall never die, as long as you remember me...
with a smile and a sigh.


© Joe Fazio
~
[email protected] /Joe Fazio,
Beverly Hills, California
March 29, 2010
For William...

WEEP NOT FOR ME


Do not weep for me when I no longer dwell among the wonders of the earth; for my larger self is free, and my soul rejoices on the other side of pain...on the other side of darkness.

Do not weep for me, for I am a ray of sunshine that touches your skin, a tropical breeze upon your face, the hush of joy within your heart and the innocence of babes in mothers arms.

I am the hope in a darkened night. And, in your hour of need, I will be there to comfort you. I will share your tears, your joys, your fears, your disappointments and your triumphs.

Do not weep for me, for I am cradled
in the arms of God. I walk with the angels, and hear the music beyond the stars.

Do not weep for me, for I am within you;
I am peace, love, I am a soft wind that caresses the flowers. I am the calm that follows a raging storm. I am an autumns leaf that floats among the garden of God, and I am pure white snow that softly falls upon your hand.

Do not weep for me, for I shall never die, as long as you remember me...
with a smile and a sigh.


© Joe Fazio
~
[email protected] /Joe Fazio,
Beverly Hills, Californi
March 22, 2010
I remember that as a little girl, decades ago, I was captivated by the voice and eloquence of William F. Buckley. I was drawn to the television set when he was on, and while not understanding what he was saying, I was compelled to stay and listen to this interesting and unique man. After reading thru entries in this guestbook, it is clear that he has had a profound affect on so many of us. Whatever the topic, he made it interesting and of course clearer for those of us not gifted with his rational insight.

I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered that my husband was born on WFB's birthday. Guess I know a good thing when I see it.

With your passing and others of your era, we suffer a monumental loss. May God bless us all and heal the hearts of your loved ones.
Joni Schuster Trout
March 13, 2008
I am so sorry for your loss Please know that God cares for your loss also In the scriptures at Isaiah 61:2 it says he will comfort all mourning ones
deidra
March 11, 2008
Although I didn't agree with his politics, I will sorely miss his urbane,often hilarious and erudite wit.
Neil Herrick
March 8, 2008
Shamelessly, I approached your son Christopher on a flight from DCA-ORD and whispered..."I LOVE your father." Christopher, you wisely but blushingly replied "I'll give him the message."

My idol, my hero, my teacher WFB will remain in my heart forever and a day.
Jill Gorman
Jill Gorman
March 3, 2008
The world has lost a giant thinker. This gentleman shaped us all - was HERO to generations, among whom I count myself blessed. Rest in Peace, good sir. Thank you for your life.
DianaJ Gordon
March 3, 2008
For God, Country and Yale. Rest in Peace.
John Reed
March 3, 2008
Bill's father was my father's first cousin. I regret we never had the chance to meet. He was much admired by all my family.
Anne Marie (Mullen) Fisher
March 2, 2008
Mr. William F. Buckley, Jr., was the most powerful positive influence in my life. The oldest of seven children in an Irish Catholic family, I became the only registered Republican in that family and later served in the Reagan Administration, all inspired by Mr. Buckley. We met in person only once, he and I, when I was a senior at the Cornell law school. I wept in sadness that night as I reflected upon how rudely he had been treated by a few students in his audience. This morning, reading the remembrance penned by Peggy Noonan, I wept again.
Patrick Daugherty
March 1, 2008
Mr. Buckley personified the phrase "a scholar and a gentleman"
Martha Clarke
March 1, 2008
"Firing Line" was my favorite show when I was a kid: followed by "Dark Shadows" and any "Bonanza" that featured Pernell Roberts. His use of language made my heart leap. No matter how far away from him I might be ideologically, I have remained very fond of him. Seeing him on TV automatically makes me smile, and I can't possibly change channels until he is done, much to my husband's amusement. I use the present tense because his image remains in our media generally and, more to the point, at will on the computer.

I love William F. Buckley!
Laurie Cisar
February 29, 2008
The name William F. Buckley has always stirred my imagination.  I have always noticed how people raise their eyebrows when his name is mentioned in a discussion, not unlike the manner in which he raised his own.  I would see him worshipping at St. Mary's Church in Stamford and chatted with him at Trader Joe's in Darien.  His notoriety did not obscure his understanding and need of genuine warm communication. Always thirsty, he would look you in the eye eager to engage, if not to enlighten but to be enlightened. How at ease he seemed when interviewed or in a debate.  He drew from everyday experience as well as idealogical discourse and introspection. He was the loyal confidant of an extraordinarily diverse circle of friends as well as adversaries. I have always felt that this titan and champion of freedom was at peace with himself, a peace that was drawn from his conviction that a full life, one which brings a gleam to the eye of his Creator, involves hard work toward a worthy goal,respect for your fellow man though he may be your ideological adversary, and a robust appreciation of leisure and recreation.  He did not conquer the Atlantic Ocean; he played with it, and it was good to him. There is no doubt that Bill Buckley will forever reap from the seeds he sowed.  He has had an impact on so many that even God will surely raise His eyebrow every time they meet. My warm wishes to all of you now as you remember and celebrate Bill's life.
Edward Tynes
February 29, 2008
How many are able to say,"There isn't anything I reasonable hoped for that wasn't achieved." I quote from a 2004 interview with the AP.
What satisfaction to be able to say that. An awesome human being was he. M Zimmerman
Mary Zimmerman
February 29, 2008
Sad news to hear of his passing, but he has left the world a better place and the legacy of conservative principles for which he stood.
Edwin Coad
February 29, 2008
An illuminating brilliance has allowed many a mind's eye to see. Through word and pen his intentions will forever create change in the path of Humankind.
Don Joergens
February 29, 2008
REST IN PEACE WILLAM F. BUCKLEY
D.L. ZIMMERMAN
February 29, 2008
Thanks for paving the way for people like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and so many others who will continue to carry your principles and legacy. Condolences to those who knew Mr. Buckley, to family and friends.
anonymous
February 29, 2008
A voice of reason, wit and eloquence has been stilled. The world shall be a emptier place with his passing. God Bless Mr Buckley
Nicholas Roma
February 29, 2008
Farewell Blackford Oakes! Your commentaries and writings were an inspiration and led me to read more in my younger days than anyone would have believed. I still miss Firing Line and National Review hasn't been the same. Still, you opened my world to political thought, patience with those who oppose my views, and an appreciation for the diversity of thought. Not to mention watching more PBS and less of the major networks. How would say? "Brilliant"! Take care and God bless Bill Buckley and his family.
Gene Caputo
February 29, 2008
I am very sorry for your loss. I hope it is of comfort for you to know that God also cares in the bible at Isaiah 61:2 it states that God will comfort all mourning ones. That includes your family. Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Deidra
February 29, 2008
Warm Summer Sun

Warm summer sun,
Shine kindly here,
Warm southern wind,
Blow softly here.
Green sod above,
Lie light, lie light.
Good night, dear heart,
Good night, good night.

By Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens)
The Poetry Foundation

With deepest Sympathy
February 28, 2008
I met WFB, Jr. on two occasions, once in 1965 at a taping of his TV show "Firing Line", and again in 1997 when he gave a reading of excerpts from his book "Nearer, My God: An Autobiography of Faith." On both occasions, I found him to be gracious, genial, witty, and impressive beyond words. He made me proud to call myself a conservative. He served his country, his fellow citizens, and his God so wonderfully. I wish him the eternal rest he so richly deserves.
Leo M. Alves
February 28, 2008
SCOTT CHAMBERLAND
February 28, 2008
Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Buckley. I was truly saddened to learn of his death. Sad for myself, sad for America. A great loss.
William
February 28, 2008
BILL WAS A MAN OF GREAT INTEGRITY,INTELLECT, AND WIT.PERSONS OF SUCH BRILLIANCE AND SHEER WILL DON'T COME ALONG TO OFTEN. WE'LL MISS YOU BILL. THANK YOU FOR SETTING THE STAGE FOR THE CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES THAT WE HOLD SO DEAR TODAY. THIS REPUBLIC NEEDS MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU GUIDING US WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK THAT OUR FOUNDING FATHERS SET FORTH FOR US.GOD BLESS YOUR SOUL.
JOHN DI FAZIO II
February 28, 2008
Dear
Family of William Buckley,
I want to express my sincere sympathy for the loss of your loved one.
You can be assured that there is hope for all who suffer during these
times of grief. The Bible holds the promise of a time when there will
be no more pain, from any source; this can be found at Revelations
21:3, 4. What a wonderful hope for us all. I hope this provides a
measure of comfort for your family. Please take care of yourselves and
keep the good memories of your loved one close. Sincerely
Sandi Watkins
February 28, 2008
Condolences to Mr. Buckley's loved ones, friends, and colleagues. I had the pleasure of being in the audience at St. John's University (NY) when he came for a speaking engagement. That year being one of upheaval and unrest -- 1968 -- I still can see and hear him, so calm and resolute. A true intellect. He shall be missed. May the angels pull out their dictionaries; they'll need them to keep up with Bill. May he rest in peace.
Damien Baken
February 28, 2008
I had always enjoyed the times he was on television.Whetther you agreed with or not, he made life more enjoyable and interesting. God bless his family. He will be deeply missed.
Tom Dixon
February 28, 2008
An outstanding thinker and patriot.
He will be sorely missed!
LtCol. G.P. Sweeney, USMC (Ret.)
February 28, 2008
While I didn't share Mr. Buckley's political ideology, I respected him for his intellect & his dedication to conservative principles.
His legacy will long be remembered.
Carl D. Jaffe
February 28, 2008
Although our political biases were diametrically opposed, one of my favorite people was Bill Buckley. When he was a guest at a party, and one's liberal friends invariably collared him to tell him off, he was always the gentleman. He never used the ammunition he would use on Firing Line. Instead he patiently explained his views in a few succinct words, often leaving us non-plussed. In my thinking he has earned a place in heaven.
katrina thomas
February 28, 2008
I will always remember my Uncle Bill with the fondest of memories.
Janet Heath
February 28, 2008
You were the 'gift of presence' we all needed in our lives. Will miss you in this world. God bless.
Matt Connolly
February 28, 2008
Father we entrust our brother William to your mercy. You loved him greatly in this life: now that he is freed from all its cares, give him happiness and peace forever. Welcome him now into paradise where there will be no more sorrow, no more weeping or pain, but only peace and joy with Jesus your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever and ever.
May God hold William in the palm of His hand. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My deepest sympathy.
Michael iezzi
February 28, 2008
ZDZISLAW WILL BE HAPPY TO MEEET YOU.
SHARON TKACZYK
February 28, 2008
Funny to read that a man of such high stature also found comfort in the little joys of life like Colony Pizza.

Although I did not always agree with him, it is obvious our country has lost a great mind and commentator. However, I hope those he touched and inspired will carry on his legacy.

Deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
John McNamee II
February 28, 2008
MR. BUCKLEY:
YOU WERE THE BEST. REST IN PEACE. WE WILL ALL MISS YOU.

DARLINGTON M. FADELEY
DARLINGTON FADELEY
February 28, 2008
I have loved and admired you since I was 22 years old(many years ago).
Judy Mullin
February 28, 2008
Mr. Buckley will be missed by not just his family but the entire Consiverative movement. Like we say in Spanish ( Via Con Dios Sr. Buckley) Go with GOD Mr. Buckley.
Ben Champion
February 28, 2008
A subscription to National Review was one of the few presents I remember from college years, and Firing Line was the best example of civil discourse ever aired on television. Thanks to Mr. Buckley.
Jack Williams
February 28, 2008
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
ray interlandi
February 28, 2008
Yet another voice of reason, a voice for logic and truth, is now silenced but never forgotten.
Carol Deans-Worrell
February 28, 2008
My heart did listen;
To this man,so dear.
His voice compelled;
One to turn an ear.
On to rest,
Systems in check,
DNR simply resurrect.
Donna Gero
February 28, 2008
You will always be my idol one of the greatest men in my lifetime
Wallace HARPER
February 28, 2008
We lost a good one! Our prayers go out to the Buckley family.
Jack Letvinchuk
February 28, 2008
His inspiring words and his conservative legacy will live on. He was a true Patriot of his time!
Candace Odom
February 28, 2008
We will miss the great leader. Thank you for all your great works.
Michael Leighton
February 28, 2008
You greatly influenced my thinking. Sure. That's a given. But, two things linger perhaps even more.: Your spirit, especially as revealed in your sailing stories; and, your deep Christian character, revealed all the time, but, especially in your consideration for others. Farewell, following seas, and God bless you, Bill.
February 28, 2008
The most adorable and fun Uncle, filled with laughter, smiles, and hugs. All of the third generation knew how special he was. I love you Uncle Bill. Have fun with the gang thats already there. I'll miss you forever.
Alison
February 28, 2008
Querido Christopher and family my heart goes out tu you and family for the loss of your father,he will be in our thouhgts and prayers.A wonderfull person indeed.
MARTHA MARIO Y MARIO JR. HIDALGO
FORT FAUDERDALE, FL.
MARTHA HIDALGO
February 28, 2008
I enjoyed his cold reasoning and sound judgment. Sunday afternoons were pleasant with his program of delightful and throught provoking conservations. He will be missed. You could see him think. It does take time to think.
Connie Pressler
February 28, 2008
Thomas Widgeon
February 28, 2008
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well-lived.
February 28, 2008
I am a Democrat who always has had the greatest respect for Mr. Buckley's highly intelligent commentaries. I recall an excellent debate with Ron Dugger at the University of Texas in the early 1960s, a meeting of two extremely bright persons of opposite political persuasion who could air their differences with great respect for each other. Bless you, Bill Buckley. You are a far cry from some of the political commentators, both liberal and conservative, we read and hear today.
Irwin Shapiro
February 28, 2008
My name is Joanne, and I was not privileged to know Mr. Buckley but he sound as though he was a nice person and I wanted to share a comforting thought to the family that while Mr. Buckley is now resting for a while there is a wonderful hope at Revelation chapter twenty one verses three and four. Please read it, and I hope it will bring some comfort for your family. And may the God of all comfort be with your family at this time.

My Deepest Condolences,
Ms. Knoble
Joanne Knoble
February 28, 2008
Charles Wallen was my cousin who prized the friendship he had with Mr. Buckley. It was evident from the condolences offered by Mr. Buckley at the passing of Charles that their friendship was special. Thank God for the way Mr. Buckley loved his friends. We will miss his intellectual wit and his character.
David Wallen
February 28, 2008
Joanne Knoble
February 28, 2008
Dear Christopher,
You and my daughter Jane Mayo (Hawkins)were students together in Mr. Moore's 5th Form at Episcopal Academy, Devon, PA. Condolences to you on the passing of your father. Jane can be reached at [email protected]
Sincerely,
Dr./Mrs. Ralph Mayo
Tommie and Ralph Mayo
February 28, 2008
May the Soul of this Faithful Departed find peace with our Lord Jesus Christ in Heaven with all of his loved ones and friends who have gone before him!
Anonymous
February 28, 2008
to the family of william f buckley jr - may God be with you till you
meet again.
alma renner
February 28, 2008
Indeed life had a lot to offer.
Rest in peace William.
Paul Wilson
February 28, 2008
One of our greatest patriots has left us. A brilliant mind and scholar. A clear thinker. What we need more now than ever. God help us. Rest in peace, dear Mr. Buckley.
James Pope
February 28, 2008
To the family of W.F. Buckley, my sympathy and prayers are with you during this difficult time. As a child I read his column in the Az. Republic, he was my hero. He will live on in our memories, sincerely
Carmen Sambrano Tower
Carmen Tower
February 27, 2008
GLORIA HERNANDEZ
February 27, 2008
It is with abiding respect and sincere gratitude that I write of my indebtness to William F. Buckley, Jr. His written and spoken words have profoundly informed my political thought and inspired my civic involvement. Ave atque vale, William F. Buckley, Jr.
Christopher Brown
February 27, 2008
He was my hero who brought conservatism away from the John Birchers into the light.
The world is less smart and less humorous today.
Bill Donahoe
February 27, 2008
I will say that I am a moderate liberal, much more moderate in my middle age than I was 20 years ago. But even in my days of flaming liberalism, I liked and appreciated William F. Buckley. The guy was intelligent and interesting, witty and urbane. Yes, he was conservative, but he expressed ideas with flair and was open to conversation. He was the anti-Limbaugh, to tell you the truth. He argued ideas, but didn't stoop to personal attacks. He fervently believed in his ideas and that belief was a beautiful thing to behold. I greatly respected this man, even though I often disagreed with him.
David Reed
February 27, 2008
Bill Buckley is the reason I became a journalist. There will never be another one like him.
Jon Gillooly
February 27, 2008
I'd wish for him eternal rest but I reckon he'll immediately take it upon himself to publish the "Heavenly Review" -- subtitled Eternal Conservatism. His style, logic, and vocabulary on Firing Line instilled in me an early fascination with esoteric vocabulary, the English language, and politics. Many of my high school and middle school students wonder why I'm teaching science instead of English (or whatever your local school district calls it these days). Condolences to all the Buckleys!
Richard Lamermayer
February 27, 2008
What a man he was. What a role model for me he is. I'm proud to be a conservative and have grown up in Litchfield County as Mr. Buckley did. I think so highly of the NR, his work, his family and of course Mr. Buckley.
Alex Carros
February 27, 2008
Deborah Moore
February 27, 2008
The loss of Mr.Buckley is one of the greatest that America has endured this century.
February 27, 2008
My own very intelligent brother...subscribed to Mr. Buckley's magazine and listened to his program...and had the utmost respect for this very blessed... and gifted man.

I was privileged to learn about Mr. Buckley...because of the admiration my brother had for him...and he wanted me...to be enlightened by the views Mr. Buckley held... because they were brilliant...and based in absolute truths.

I offer my sincere condolences to the Buckley family...your loved one was a great and honorable man.

Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord...may the perpetual light shine upon him...and may his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed...through the mercy of God...rest in peace. Amen.

He was and is a child of God...and he has now returned home to Him.

With my deepest sympathy...
aleec
February 27, 2008
I am sure that my Brothers John and Gene are not far from Mr. Reagan in the greeting line in heaven for WFB. I only wish I had heard him in person. Then again, I did see Christopher at The Mark Twain Speech in Hartford. Christopher, we were all blessed to have such a good leader in our world. God rest his soul.
Jane Curley
February 27, 2008
I have read most of his works and consider him to be the most brilliant person in the last hundred years this country has had the privilege of calling one of their own. I'm sure he will rest in peace.
Pat Maximovich
February 27, 2008
Mr. Buckley was a great influence on me--starting in 1962 with the start of the Vietnam war tell now---to me William was more a libertarian more then being a conservative---prayers to all of those who knew him and those that admired him and to those that never heard of him---a great American--bless you Bill
jerry sanda
February 27, 2008
We debated at Vanderbilt University, October 09, 1986. He was every bit the gigantic personna I expected him to be. He was returning to the south, but not the south of his Texas father and Louisianna mother. He had embrassed segregation as a younger man but had grown to repudiate it. His appearance on stage with me, thus recognizing me as an intellectual peer, was testimony to this and I though we did not share world views, I saluted him then and do now as a great American.
Walter Searcy
February 27, 2008
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Gregory and Johannah Glover
February 27, 2008
Rest in Peace Mr. Buckley , you were the Essence of Conservatismn .
Charles J. Brown
February 27, 2008
May he rest in peace. Mr. Buckley was a great intellectual and an inspiration starting in my high school years and continuing throughout his many years of writing and commentary. More than once I had to resort to the dictionary and learned a new word when listening to him.
William Garland
February 27, 2008
Peace and rest at last.
Herbert Schmidt
February 27, 2008
I watched your TV program regularly when I was in college; with a dictionary at my side. You helped expand my thinking and my vocabulary. God bless you.
Yvonne Brown
February 27, 2008
As i listened to Rush Limbaugh describe his association with you today, it brought a tear to my eyes, because you were a surrogate father to a lot of us who followed your teaching through your writings . My question is, will there be anyone worthy to pass the torch to ? May GOD bless and comfort those that Grieve your passing .
Charles J. Brown
February 27, 2008
To Mr. Buckley's family and friends - please accept my condolences. I hope you can find peace in his memories.

His dexterous manipulation of English; thoughtful and exquisite, was a feast for the ears and mind. Although print and recorded media maintain his works, they cannot retain his essence. He will be missed.
Muffy
February 27, 2008
A buddy of mine, Tom Bevins, and I heard William F. Buckley in Shreveport, LA. I went upon the stage afterwards to shake his hand. I had purchased his book, "Overdrive", and he graciously autographed it. It was a most pleasant experience. What a great man!

Neil Hohmann
Charlotte, NC
Neil Hohmann
February 27, 2008
A true American gentleman and scholar. I will miss this champion of conservatism greatly. Mr. Buckley was conservative when conservatism wasn't cool. God Bless him and his family. Thanks Sir!
Rev. Joseph P Hildebrandt Sr
February 27, 2008
I was disconsolate upon hearing that the legendary William F. Buckley, Jr. had expired. Reading his work through the years has made me a more fluent polemicist. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and wit.
Bill Arnold, Jr.
February 27, 2008
You were the hero and guide to so many of us who felt we had no other voice loud enough to be heard. You expressed conservative views with calm eloquence.
Karen Yates
February 27, 2008
Mr.Buckley, I will miss you. Though I'm not a conservative, you earned my respect and admiration early on as an erudite champion of genteel debate. You presented a rare example of decorum and integrity where there was and still is so little.

Drawn by Thee, our souls aspiring
Soar to uncreated light
David Bruce
February 27, 2008
You will be missed. We had to keep a dictionary by our side when we listened to you. You taught us how to be cool. You will remain our hero forever. Love and condolences to your family. What a great American.
Love, Mary B. Archer and Bob Archer
Mary Archer
February 27, 2008
All Americans are better informed about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness becaue of the wonderful news broadcast by this magnificant man. We will all miss him, but will never forget how he implored this Country to follow the constitution and to stay within the bounds set forth by its inspired founders. May his principles live on and unite us forever.
Bern Porter
February 27, 2008
Rev. C. Wayne Baxter
Charles Baxter
February 27, 2008
Truly irreplaceable! Thanks for all you meant to CONSERVATIVES!
John Crutchfield
February 27, 2008
To a great intellectual.
Mr Bill Buckley you had a great run!
Jim Janus
February 27, 2008
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