What Make Hulk Angry?


By Dr. Bruce Banner

Okay so Phins go into Buffalo and have must win game against toe sucking head coach. Phins go in and show they are puny ocean going mammals that don’t know the difference between a snout and a blowhole. Hulk watch Phins’ defense get gashed for over 100 yards by 2 running backs. Hulk watch our secondary turn Tyrod Taylor into a nearly perfect passer. Hulk watch Sammy Watkins run past Brent Grimes like he was going for the last slice of Miko’s cake. Hulk watch another muffed snap turn into points for second straight week. Hulk watch the seconds tick away on a scoring opportunity that could have put Phins back in game. Hulk watch another short yardage play line up in shot gun with no hope of success. Hulk watch another embarrassing loss and Hulk watch the end of any hope of a meaningful season for the Miami Dolphins. So you think this would all make Hulk angry?

But Hulk no angry. Well Hulk always angry but Hulk no more angry than usual. Why? Because Hulk see this all before. Hulk knew stinking Phins would as always find a way to lay down, die, quit, choke and whatever adjective that describes utter failure you wish to include in the list. Hulk not angry because this is what he knew would happen when you have a team that is a bunch of quitters who no play with urgency, when you have a rookie interim head coach who has never been anything more than a position coach, when you have the man that signed Mark Sanchez to a record setting deal be ultimately responsible for all football decisions. This is what Hulk expect.

Sure Phins have 2 good games with new coach but they not against good teams. Hulk knew that those games were just setting the stage for more disappointment. Hulk knew Phins just sucking you in only to tear your heart out once again. Hulk knew coach Dan’s inexperience would show at the worst time such as in divisional game during 2 minute drill. So that is why Hulk no get angry.

Maybe someday Hulk get angry again at Phins. Maybe someday when Phins play meaningful football game against division rival. Maybe someday when Phins play good football in December. Maybe someday when Phins dare Hulk say play in the playoffs. Maybe then Hulk care enough to get angry again. But now Hulk done caring so Hulk no get angry and that is what makes Hulk angry….that he can’t even care enough about this team anymore to be angry.  So until that time comes when Hulk can get angry again Hulk will just sit here and meditate.

Meditating Hulk

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150 Responses to What Make Hulk Angry?

  1. ukfinfan says:

    Sometimes it’s ok to “smash a little” Hulk. Go for it big fella.
    Sorry to hear the sad news about your mum. I’m a bit further behind the curve than you with dad, but I know what you are going through. Just be there for her as much as you can. Positive vibes from across the water to you.

  2. jetsssuck says:

    For all our veterans, here is something among many appreciation veterans day. It’s a blast going to these free meal events because you meet former military.



  3. son of a son of a shula says:

    Peace Ken

  4. bookman11 says:

    Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. I went through a similar situation with my dad.
    Stay strong Hulkman

  5. son of a son of a shula says:

    To all of our fellow bloggers who have served- thank you and have a great Veterans Day

    • olddolphan says:

      Thank you, SON. This is always a tough day for many of us. I’m going to work and do my job as best as I possibly can. Veterans made this possible. I am so grateful.

  6. bookman11 says:

    Since Hulk is understandably not in a smashing mood, here is what makes me angry:

    Overdue books
    Overdue fines on books
    Overdue wins against division teams
    Overdue wins against quality teams
    Overdue winning streaks
    Overdue division titles
    Overdue playoff appearances
    Overdue playoff wins
    Overdue SB appearances
    Overdue SB wins
    Overdue consistency on all of the above!!

  7. Tim Knight says:

    To all who have served our country, thank you!

    Positive thoughts and vibes for you Hulk (Ken).

  8. Mike E. says:


    Best wishes to you and your family. That’s a tough thing to do, so be strong for your mom and dad. How is your dad doing? Is he capable of taking care of himself?

  9. Mike E. says:

    Thank you to all who have served our country! Good thing there is a day dedicated to thanking our veterans, but there should be more.

  10. Try Pod says:

    In no particular order:
    Ken- I am so sorry to read about what you are facing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    To all my fellow veterans- thank you.
    To all my fellow citizens- take a moment to reflect on all the things in your life made possible by the sacrifices of others.
    To all my fellow Dolphins fans- who hasn’t seen this movie before? Lol
    Now, since I have the day off, I’m going to my mom’s house to winterize things.

  11. Mike E. says:

    OK folks, it’s time to get your questions in for ASK MIKE

    Send them in please! NJ1Dolfan@yahoo.com

  12. BoulderPhinfan says:

    Nice job. Pretty much agree with everything you wrote. As phins fans we’re used to disappointment in early November
    I hope everything works out with what you’re going through with your mom. Stay strong.

  13. Tim Knight says:

    They story of the Cowboys fan who knocked out the Eagles fan this past weekend. They’re brothers. LOL

  14. Ken says:

    Mike E:
    My dad passed 10 years ago. He went rather quickly which in retrospect was a blessing. If he had lingered like my mom he would have been miserable.

  15. Ken says:

    Thank you to all the veterans and servicemen and women out there for all that you do and have done for us.

  16. Ken says:

    LOL @ Bookman. You made me laugh. Thank you.

  17. son of a son of a shula says:

    El Dorado’s finest!

  18. herdfan says:

    Thanks to all the veterans and current active duty military who risk their lives and sacrifice so we can live as we do. For all our complaining about our country we have it pretty good. It wouldn’t be possible without you. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  19. Mike E. says:


    Ah, I didn’t know. Probably better that he didn’t have to suffer through this then.

    • Ken says:


      • Mike E. says:

        How are you doing?

      • Ken says:

        It’s a mix of emotions. This is not unexpected as she has been failing for a few years now but it is still difficult to deal with when it comes up and there is a host of family drama as well. The waiting part of this is hard and having the hospice worker explain to me the death process was really difficult especially since my brother left me alone in the room to deal with that by myself.

  20. Mike E. says:


    Sorry man. It’s never easy, and apparently, you’re the chosen one to deal with the brunt of it. Just do the best that you can to make your mom comfortable, and the rest will take care of itself.

    • Ken says:

      Yeah I got elected to be the power of attorney and my brother basically can’t emotionally deal with any of this stuff.

      • Mike E. says:

        It’s not unusual. The same thing happened with my mom. It didn’t bother me, my sister was there for my mom her whole life, she relied on my sister for a lot, but when she got cancer, and went into the hospital, it was my turn to take over, so I went to the hospital almost every single day. When she finally passed, I was at peace, because I was there to see her and make sure she was being taken care of properly, and really, that’s all we can do. I’m sure you’ll feel very much the same way. I’ve seen so many families, including parts of my own family deal with situations like this, and it seems one person always gets the task of doing it.

  21. D says:

    Man, im sorry to hear about your mom Ken, i empathize with you with regards to being at the point where you dont know what day you go to sleep or day you go to work will be the day it happens, and worst of all sounds like your being asked to bear the brunt of it, you and your family. My father, as i have mentioned before has blood cancer, and he goes off to Little Rock on occasion to get tested and find out whats next for him. We have been very fortunate to have been getting pretty good reports recently, but one day i know they will call or return from there and there will be a different story. Its agonizing thinking about it, so i cant even imagine where you are at with looming so near. I will pray for you and your family, and im very sorry you are having to deal with this.

  22. D says:

    As everyone knows from my past posts im very protective and care a great deal for our veterans, some of you probably remember me mentioning my grandfather on this day.

    I was very proud of my grandfather, not just because he was family, but also because of the sacrifice of his service to our country. It left a lasting impact on his life both health wise and mental/emotionally, but he was never bitter for doing it and held it with pride being able to give to this country and all that lived in it.

    Its next to impossible to truly understand what being in a war like that was to deal with, but i listened to every story and i held to every word he told me regarding things he saw, and did. God thank my grandfather, and every military vet alive, or deceased, most of us will never know a fraction of what it meant for them to stand and sacrifice for this country. We do deserve to give more than one day to them, voluntarily not just because a day is held in observance. It is the least that those that have enjoyed the freedoms they fought for, can do for them.

  23. finfanrob says:

    Just a quick stop by to wish all those who have served and continue to serve a happy veterans day. words cannot express my gratitude for the sacrifice you have made and are making. i am one grateful American for your service. thank you

  24. Al in MIA says:

    LOLOLOL @ the link you provided on the two brothers…
    Wonder what Thanksgiving is like in that family LMFAO

  25. Al in MIA says:

    Mike E,
    3rd party emails blocked at my office and im too lazy to generate an email on my phone at the moment LOL…
    My simple Q for ya…
    Would you fire Lazor if the Fins O does the same crap vs the Eagles as hey’ve been doing the last 2 weeks?

  26. Mike E. says:

    You all watch the debate last night?

  27. Al in MIA says:

    Mike E,
    I’d rather watch QVC for an hour than a political debate 🙂

  28. Al in MIA says:

    This classic video comes to mind when I read about those two guys… LOL

  29. Al in MIA says:

    Mike E,
    Scripted Q&A sessions? BS rhetorical answers that will never be fullfilled? no thanks 🙂

  30. Mike E. says:

    This from the recap of the Knicks 111-109 victory over Toronto last night.

    “With the win, Fisher’s squad improves to 4-4 on the year — the latest point in the season New York has been at .500 since the 2012-13 season. ”


  31. finfanrob says:

    Al in MIA says:
    November 11, 2015 at 11:48 am

    Mike E,
    Scripted Q&A sessions? BS rhetorical answers that will never be fullfilled? no thanks 🙂

    WOW. man that is just rude. i think mike puts in a honest effort on his Ask Mike.

  32. The Flying Pig says:

    Is anyone else working today

  33. The Flying Pig says:

    LOL@ Meditating Hulk

    I am surprisingly not angry either
    and I guess it was expected

  34. D says:

    Bad part of the debates is moderators. You have the nut licking moderators who play into the questions the candidates want to be asked, and likely they as different levels of questions depending on candidate loyalty (ie someone may like Bush more than Rubio, Rubio gets the shitty questions Bush gets the tee ball) and you have the asinine agenda ones who ask stupid questions just to play to a conservative or liberal agenda. There doesnt seem to be any sort of integrity with the moderators, much the same as there is no integrity left with reporting stories without interjecting lies/agenda.

    Candidates also don’t generally answer the questions asked, they sort of Texas two-step around them so they can say they answered them but no one can pin them with reactions to their answers that they cant wiggle out of.

    My suggestion for a way to make it better is to have people from America submit questions (no more media selected BS questions) much the way Ask Mike works lol, a bi-partisan committee has x number of questions they can throw out from either side, like in jury selection, and at the end we have a set of questions that both sides agree work for them. The questions are then asked to the politicians via web survey where they lock in their questions, their answers are made public, public has a chance to review them and submit comments/questions on their answer and then the debate is just a review of their answers and questions on why they answered and what their plan of action is for each subject. I think this also helps Americans get an idea of the candidate that most likely answers similarly to how they do by allowing people to lo into the site, answer the same questions themselves and have the site tell them which candidate had answers most similar to theirs.

    Its kinda complex system but i think it helps in multiple ways. First, the questions asked are from the public, so no bias by the moderators can be blamed when they refuse to answer, since a candidate is obligated to address the needs of the public, refusing to answer these questions would reveal their lack of commitment to them. It also frees the debate period for real meaningful information as to the how i plan to’s and the what did you mean by’s. These are things we can never get too because we eat up time with all the asking of questions and dancing around with the answers. We lock them in on the answers and make them full public aware to be reviewed over a span of longer than one nights 2 hour block of time. Also think it would engage a larger portion of the public if it was an at your leisure or a schedule friendly way of seeing what was asked and what was answered.

    • Tim Knight says:

      It’s some of the most phony stuff you can watch. You might as well just put a big pile of bull shit on the screen like the Yule log and stare at it. LOL

  35. Al in MIA says:

    It would be much better if the debates were anything like an English Parliment session where oppositions boo or cheer loudly over the speakers speech. Also, people attending the debate should be allowed to throw tomatoes and other foods at candidates during the speech.

  36. BoulderPhinfan says:

    I’m still angry about that call. The refs totally blew it.

    Adam Beasley @AdamHBeasley
    Suh said he has not heard from the league about his F-bomb caught on a live mic. He has heard from his mom. He’s apologized to her.

  37. D says:

    This morning when i was thinking about veterans day,my grandfather and the stories he told i actually thought i might start writing biographies of my family members, starting with him as a way to preserve my family history and then pass down the books to my kids so they would also be able to remember that history. My children never had the opportunity to meet any of their great-grandparents so this would almost be a living history book to track our family’s history. I think it would be something to look into or all family’s as part of what makes our country great is forgetting about the great people in it and the great things they did in their lives. Both my grandfathers were extremely interesting people with lost of stories and i would hate to know both those legacies died with me.

  38. finfanrob says:


    If you wrote those biographies, without intruding on your family history, i for one would love reading them. that was an amazing generation and i can never get enough information on reading their history.

  39. finfanrob says:

    all this talk about the debate, you mean to tell me those are for real and not a SNL skit. hmmmm, i never knew.

  40. Al in MIA says:

    It was staged LOL…well improvised for sure but that guy who goes off on his dad has a bunch of similar youtube videos where he goes nuts.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yeah it was just too over the top to not have his father bash his face in. Could you imagine dumping the tables like that on your family on Thanksgiving?

  41. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    November 11, 2015 at 12:30 pm

    You’ll die before you finish it. It’s going to be 750,000 pages. LOL

    shut up tim. i wasnt really going to read it. i was just trying to make mike e jealous. now you went and ruined everything.

  42. Al in MIA says:

    Lmfao…speaking of SNL skits……comedians Jeff Ross & Larry David should be given a podium at every debate just to draw in the countless of viewers who wouldn’t waste their time with the debate but who would thoroughly enjoy watching them two shit on the candidates.

  43. BoulderPhinfan says:

    adam Beasley @AdamHBeasley
    Billy Turner is not in pads today. Jamil Douglas would be next man. Same for Spencer Paysinger, who hurt his shoulder Sunday.

  44. Al in MIA says:

    That would be awesome 🙂

  45. Al in MIA says:

    Chip Kelly’s face while looking at the Dolphins film

  46. Al in MIA says:

    Chip Kelly simulating a Dolphins LB in practice

  47. D says:

    Maybe Vernon ends Bradford’s season the way he almost ended Mariota’s lol

  48. BoulderPhinfan says:

    LOL. very true.

    James Walker
    Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill (pictured) on why the team is 3-5: “We didn’t score enough points in five of those games.”

  49. Tim Knight says:

    Al in MIA says:
    November 11, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    Then add Ted Nuget….someone might get body slammed or take an arrow 🙂

    LMAO!!!! Now that’s entertaining television.

    How about for debate opening entertainment they have Rosie O’Donnell and Rush Limbaugh in a tug of war contest over a pool of pig dung wearing Sumo wresting diapers.

  50. wyoming85 says:

    Miami Dolphins ‏@MiamiDolphins 18h18 hours ago
    .@MDC_Paige is the Cheerleader of the Week!

  51. wyoming85 says:

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter 20h20 hours ago
    Dallas waived QB Kellen Moore.

    • Tim Knight says:

      That’s about as news worthy as announcing it’s November.

      • steveccnv says:

        For Kellen it’s huge, and should be the end of his career. If you can’t get on the field for a team that’s lost 7 games in a row, what does that say about you?

  52. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    November 11, 2015 at 1:31 pm

    That’s about as news worthy as announcing it’s November.

    wwhhhoooolllyyy shit it is November. ok, who the fuck stole october.

  53. stangerx says:

    Ken — without trying to be trite as I am — “been there done that” when it comes to hospice unfortunately. You got my number if you ever want an ear, even if one attached to me. White light to you and your Mom.

  54. D says:

    Best part of this video starts at 0:15….

    “There are many types of Mantis, none of which have laser beams, but all of which resemble what would plop out of a nightmare that farted too aggressively…..”

    LMFAO….. one of the funniest metaphors i have ever heard.

  55. Rockphin says:

    Hulk big pussy. Rockphin raging angry. Rockphin tired of rebuilding every 3 years. Rockphin ready to abandon team and start watching basket ball…..not.

  56. getterdone says:

    Back from a nice luncheon with a few other vets I know in the local area from my church.

    Man am I glad I’m not active duty these days. The stories of horrible messed up (political) assignments fighting for messed up and so called causes, leaving very messed up and disheartened men.

    Instead of this once a year holiday to salute the vets and say thank you, I wish more people would take it on their own to call a vet they know, or find one in their community, and reach out to them.
    They don’t need a thank you.
    They need a hey, how’s it going? How have you been? Are you ok? Is there anything I can get for you or help you with?
    That means sooo much more and is sooo much more supportive.

    So I thank you, my fellow Americans if you can take the time whenever you can to do this for all our brothers in Arms past & present.

  57. finfanrob says:


    i hear what you are saying but every time i reach out to touch a veteran i always end up getting slapped.

    • getterdone says:

      I know, I’d like to be of service to her too FFR.
      But we can all be of service to one another in a brotherly & sisterly way.
      Americans being family can & should extend beyond immediate bloodlines!

  58. steveccnv says:

    I really don’t get the logic behind NFL players contracts in free agency. I mean these guys sign these monster contracts, with some amount guaranteed (that doesn’t really be guaranteed), to play for a team that they don’t fit with, and in the end they would’ve made more money staying with the team they hit it big with.
    For example
    1. Albert Haynesworth, Washington, 2009

    Initial reports: seven years, $100 million with $41 million guaranteed.

    Actual payout by Washington: $38 million for two seasons.

    Here lies the queen of all loathsome contracts. It’s a pact so awful that both sides regret having entered into the agreement. Haynesworth recently wrote in an article for The Players’ Tribune website that he should have turned down the offer and stayed with the Titans. Likewise, the man who signed Haynesworth, former Washington executive Vinny Cerrato, ultimately called the mammoth defensive tackle “a huge distraction.”

    Even Albert himself says he shouldn’t have signed it, but yet the next guy never learns. Stop being so FN greedy, you may actually make more by just signing a fair contract with your current team, because you’ll probably last longer in the system that made you a star.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      Mario Williams signed a big contract to play for the Bills and it has worked out okay

      Haynesworth was a disaster but people rarely mention the FA signings that worked out well for teams/players

      I really think if a guy is going to fail – he is going to fail

      Haynesworth basically signed the contract then refused to show up at minicamp
      then refused to plat nose tackle (and I don;t know why they wanted to pay him there)

      I don;t think the contract being a “distraction” bc its so huge was actually the problem
      I think the redksins just wanted the best name in FA without any idea of what they were going to do with him
      as soon as they got him they wanted to pay him at NT – which is just dumb

      Its not the $
      its the action of the teams and the players

      • steveccnv says:

        There’s always going to be some that sign huge contracts and it works out, and vice versa, the point was just, because one team gives you more money than another doesn’t mean you’re going to end up making more money signing the larger contract. You always here it isn’t about the money, yet it almost always is. How many guys actually go to a place they can succeed, besides Peyton?

      • Try Pod says:

        Different time- defense was at a premium- now it’s considered a necessary evil

  59. steveccnv says:

    Another FN joke are these one day fantasy sports leagues like FanDuel, that say it isn’t gambling. Right, so you don’t pay to participate, and you can’t win any money. Pawns like Greenie agreeing and saying they aren’t gambling sites…

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yeah it’s nonsense.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      The NY state attorney general is coming after draftkings and fanduel pretty hard and at least presenting the fight as an attempt to shut it down

      but I think its a play to bring NY State some revenue via these sites

      At the end of the day I bet they settle and there is some kind of fee/tax where the state of NY takes .02 of ever dollar bet

  60. The Flying Pig says:

    Drew Brees is another example of a good FA signing

  61. finfanrob says:

    I think there are many more FA bust then success. Well, in regards to the big FA signings. Hell maybe i just mean in regards to any fucking thing the fins do.

    • D says:

      It comes down to, another man’s junk…..well its probably junk. I cringe when i see a player in FA that gets a big payday and its like his previous team wasn’t even trying to re-sign him. Mike Wallace is a pretty good example. Pittsburgh wasn’t trying to find ways to re-sign him, you could tell something was wrong there. Still i dont think its a science and FFR you are probably right that there are likely more fails than successes, still its kinda what ya need to do some times, but best way is to develop talent if at all possible. Its a lot better for the gamble be on a guy who’s rookie contract may at best set ya back 4 mil or so if he doesn’t pan out, vs 10-15-20 mil from a FA. That said i dont in any way see Suh as a bust FA pick, not even at the production level we are seeing this year.

  62. Tim Knight says:

    Piggy, I think the reason they’re coming down on Draft Kings and FanDuel is because it’s not regulated and they have to make sure stuff gets locked in and it can’t be tampered with. There were already reports of some kind of insider tampering that caused a lot of suspicion.

    • D says:

      Its both, better regulations on it and getting their piece of the pie. If they were truly worrying about the safety of their citizen, and protecting them from betting fraud, they would just push to make it illegal or even block it at ISP hubs in the state. Sounds like to me a strong part of their motivation is they want part of the money those sites generate.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Oh of course they want a piece. I was just pointing out why they shut it down at this time. The hypocrisy in gambling is comical. Some gambling is okay but that not that gambling. Yeah okay. Every time something is made illegal the black market goes into business and we know there are always some authorities getting a piece of that too.

  63. Rockphin says:

    It comes down to, another man’s junk…..

    D, why are earth are you even thinking about another man’s junk?? I didn’t think you swung that way….Not that there is anything wrong with that..

  64. finfanrob says:


    i disagree about suh to an extent. I wont say it is a bust of a signing…..well i will during sunday in the heat of the moment. but so far he is not producing up to what he is being paid.

  65. wyoming85 says:

    I was just giving the Tann-a-haters another option! 😉

  66. finfanrob says:

    Rock’s topic of the day…..D, another mans junk and how things swing.

  67. jetsssuck says:

    Just returned from a day of honoring veterans. Heard a story or 2 about conditions some of veterans are still living in. Veterans stationed in remote forward operating bases in Afghanistan are still shitting in 55 gallon barrels and still have duties that include burning it up with diesel fuel while stirring it with wooden paddles. Toilet paper is at a premium so much if they didn’t get enough at supply forward operating base they use their own socks and t shirts. Sleeping under the stars since they have no barracks in a base that is no larger than a football field that is manned by 30-35 soldiers. They use the armored vehicles as protection around the base and many sleep under them. Several vets have died from the armored vehicles moving while they were sleeping but this is the only protection that is available. Granted their is only a few thousand that have to make these extreme sacrifices every veteran has made sacrifices beyond. Thank a veteran and ask how they are doing. Little things can make a big difference. Going to store can I get you something? Need a ride somewhere? Little things make a big difference…

  68. son of a son of a shula says:

  69. finfanrob says:

    Try Pod says:
    November 11, 2015 at 5:56 pm

    Cried a little watching this^

    a little? that is overwhelming heart warming stuff

  70. Tim Knight says:

    What is everyone crying about? I don’t see anything.

  71. olddolphan says:

    Made it through another Veterans’ Day. -A lot of contradictory emotions. -Those of us who returned in late 1972 were not necessarily treated like heroes. Some of us were spat upon and ridiculed. It was very tough. -Never talked to ANYBODY outside of my immediate family about it for over 15 years. -Then one day in ’87 I revealed to a close friend that I had served. -The reaction was unexpectedly positive. Very slowly, I opened up to a few more over the next decade. Some day I may tell a little bit of what I experienced. But this is not the time for that. Not yet. –My heart goes out to all the families who lost a loved one. –I’m very lucky, indeed.

  72. olddolphan says:

    Question for Ask Mike. –It’s a 2 parter. –What lineup changes would you make from our last game. And, #2, Who is the weakest link in Philly’s secondary?? –Thanks Mike!!

  73. Brian in NY says:

    Thanks for posting Try. I haven’t had a good cry since Sunday.

  74. finfanrob says:

    Tim Knight says:
    November 11, 2015 at 8:14 pm

    Whatever Try posted doesn’t appear for me. His posts are blank.

    that is because……wait for it……you are not TRYing hard enough…badda dum dum

  75. Tim Knight says:

    Scroll down a few to the Veterans Day tribute to a Dolphins fan family.

  76. Ken says:

    Just a quick evening drive by to see what’s up. Back home and don’t feel like sleeping.

  77. Tim Knight says:

    I feel for you, Ken. I’m so sorry you’re going through this. Remember the good times, I know it’s easy to say that to someone, but it helps a lot, at least it has for me in recent times. Remembering all the good times through music or anything that reminds you of fond memories. You start to mix in some laughs with tears and it helps. Peace & Love, brother.

  78. Ken says:

    I probably should try to get some sleep. I am out. Peace to you all.

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