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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #30 on: February 19, 2009, 06:31:20 PM »

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They say Time Heals All Wounds not this one. I miss will :'(
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #31 on: February 19, 2009, 06:43:26 PM »

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I just finished dinner....or should I say, I just sat at the table looking at my dinner, moving food from one side of the plate to the other.  I just don't feel like eating tonight.
Call me a sap, but I love my kids more than anything!

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #32 on: February 19, 2009, 06:50:06 PM »

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I just finished dinner....or should I say, I just sat at the table looking at my dinner, moving food from one side of the plate to the other.  I just don't feel like eating tonight.

I know what you mean...all I've been able to muster up the energy for is sit in the dark watching muted infomercials while drinking a cocktail of half white zinfandel and half tears of loss.  They won't treat him right in Sacramento; they don't understand him the way we do. 

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #33 on: February 19, 2009, 07:00:52 PM »

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i was dyin' today. i have'nt had access to rumors all day. nobody likes basketball where i work. only red sox talk. funny thread but to be honest when my dad said they traded for a guy solomon i said "no way!" i actually think he's gonna be a really good player. am i crazy?

Somebody please email Cornbreadsmart and tell him the news.  I just can't muster the strength.
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #34 on: February 19, 2009, 07:47:42 PM »

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I just went for a walk, didn't mean to, but I ended up by Will's old place, and I... I couldn't help but look up to see if the lights were on. I knew they wouldn't be, but I had to look, it wasn't the darkness, it was the absence of light that got to me. Next thing I knew I was going to all our old places, the park where we first met, the ice cream parlor, that little coffee shop that was our special place. Every time the door opened I kept looking up, hopeful, only to have my heart ripped from me yet again.

After about an hour of sitting around, hoping against hope, I realized Will was gone. I decided to get some air, walked down the old train tracks, kicking pebbles, sipping cheap whiskey from my paper bag wrapped bottle. When I heard that familiar sound of a Train coming my way, I stood there frozen not sure what to do without Will. Thoughts swirled through my mind, dark things, things I never thought possible. But no, this isn't what Will would want, Will always saw the best in people, things, he would want me to be strong. So I moved, I had to, it's what Will would have wanted, it's all he would have settled for. He was right, I knew he was.

I wandered for a while longer, before staggering home to watch the shell of the Celtics, it wouldn't be the same. Sure the team was still there, but was it? How could they forget him so quickly, how could they move on? Why can't I?

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #35 on: February 19, 2009, 07:50:29 PM »

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I'm TPing this whole thread... you guys are the freakin' best. Im dying laughing at this stuff
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #36 on: February 19, 2009, 07:52:44 PM »

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I just went for a walk, didn't mean to, but I ended up by Will's old place, and I... I couldn't help but look up to see if the lights were on. I knew they wouldn't be, but I had to look, it wasn't the darkness, it was the absence of light that got to me. Next thing I knew I was going to all our old places, the park where we first met, the ice cream parlor, that little coffee shop that was our special place. Every time the door opened I kept looking up, hopeful, only to have my heart ripped from me yet again.

After about an hour of sitting around, hoping against hope, I realized Will was gone. I decided to get some air, walked down the old train tracks, kicking pebbles, sipping cheap whiskey from my paper bag wrapped bottle. When I heard that familiar sound of a Train coming my way, I stood there frozen not sure what to do without Will. Thoughts swirled through my mind, dark things, things I never thought possible. But no, this isn't what Will would want, Will always saw the best in people, things, he would want me to be strong. So I moved, I had to, it's what Will would have wanted, it's all he would have settled for. He was right, I knew he was.

I wandered for a while longer, before staggering home to watch the shell of the Celtics, it wouldn't be the same. Sure the team was still there, but was it? How could they forget him so quickly, how could they move on? Why can't I?

Please don't drink tonight. Please don't.  Remember what you were like when they released Brandon Hunter?
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #37 on: February 19, 2009, 07:55:30 PM »

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I just went for a walk, didn't mean to, but I ended up by Will's old place, and I... I couldn't help but look up to see if the lights were on. I knew they wouldn't be, but I had to look, it wasn't the darkness, it was the absence of light that got to me. Next thing I knew I was going to all our old places, the park where we first met, the ice cream parlor, that little coffee shop that was our special place. Every time the door opened I kept looking up, hopeful, only to have my heart ripped from me yet again.

After about an hour of sitting around, hoping against hope, I realized Will was gone. I decided to get some air, walked down the old train tracks, kicking pebbles, sipping cheap whiskey from my paper bag wrapped bottle. When I heard that familiar sound of a Train coming my way, I stood there frozen not sure what to do without Will. Thoughts swirled through my mind, dark things, things I never thought possible. But no, this isn't what Will would want, Will always saw the best in people, things, he would want me to be strong. So I moved, I had to, it's what Will would have wanted, it's all he would have settled for. He was right, I knew he was.

I wandered for a while longer, before staggering home to watch the shell of the Celtics, it wouldn't be the same. Sure the team was still there, but was it? How could they forget him so quickly, how could they move on? Why can't I?

Please don't drink tonight. Please don't.  Remember what you were like when they released Brandon Hunter?

That's right, bring up Brandon, open that wound up, Brandon was nothing compared to Will, Will was special... Will was different.

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #38 on: February 19, 2009, 07:58:35 PM »

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I'm TPing this whole thread... you guys are the freakin' best. Im dying laughing at this stuff

Haha, yeah, this has been my favorite thread in a long time.  But I'm turning over a new leaf.  Instead of mourning the loss of Will, I'm gonna celebrate the time we had together.  Will...would've wanted it that way. <sniff>  :'(

Oh yeah and if anyone reading this actually knows the guy or someone who knows him, please make him read this thread - it's the only way this could get funnier.

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #39 on: February 19, 2009, 07:59:31 PM »

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It's 8 PM, time for me to put the kids to bed.  I have been dreading this since I heard the news.  My 6 year old daughter is going to want me to tell her her favorite bed time story about the kid from Hartford who went to Clemson and fought his way through Europe so he could eventually play for his beloved Celtics.  

This is indeed the definition of hell.
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #40 on: February 19, 2009, 08:01:00 PM »

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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #41 on: February 19, 2009, 08:03:59 PM »

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It's 8 PM, time for me to put the kids to bed.  I have been dreading this since I heard the news.  My 6 year old daughter is going to want me to tell her her favorite bed time story about the kid from Hartford who went to Clemson and fought his way through Europe so he could eventually play for his beloved Celtics.  

This is indeed the definition of hell.

Hell will be tomorrow morning, when you realize it wasn't a dream and Will really is gone.

Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #42 on: February 19, 2009, 08:04:53 PM »

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Don't ask... Just read the thread from the beginning... And if possible, play Boyz II Men "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye to Yesterday" like suggested in the thread

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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #43 on: February 19, 2009, 08:14:21 PM »

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It's 8 PM, time for me to put the kids to bed.  I have been dreading this since I heard the news.  My 6 year old daughter is going to want me to tell her her favorite bed time story about the kid from Hartford who went to Clemson and fought his way through Europe so he could eventually play for his beloved Celtics.  

This is indeed the definition of hell.

(This is totally ripping off Simmons, but oh well)

You know what's gonna hurt the most?  What's gonna hurt the most isn't when she asks, over and over again with tears in her eyes, "Where's Will, Daddy?  Why did they send Will away?  Daddy, did they trade back for Will today?"  It's when she stops asking that kills you. It's when she stops.
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Re: Bring Will Solomon back
« Reply #44 on: February 19, 2009, 08:26:17 PM »

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At least your kids knew Will, how do I explain to my future kids just how special Will was, how?

 

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