> ----- Original Message -----
> Another tragic death in my opinion was the death of Hawk. Throughout
> the 80's and 90's I guess he had a serious drug habbit, messed around
> with a lot of women, etc and was really heading for an early death
> when he finally cleaned his life up. He went through rehab, got
> married, started going to church, and the next thing you know he just
> passed away in his sleep.

[My Reply:]
        I think it's a blessing.  He went to God, and God took him 
before he was possibly lost again.  Personally, I wouldn't die in a 
hospital, if I get the choice.  They kept my father alive for as long as 
they could when leukemia took him, then morphined the crap out of him 
and took away all his fluids when they finally decided he was going to 
die anyway.  He died screaming in agony with his lips and tongue 
splitting from lack of fluids.  They tortured him to death, regardless 
of the leukemia, and even prisoners being executed are treated more 
kindly than any hospital will for the dying.

Makes me happy as all get-out I'm dying from congestive heart failure.  
Least it'll be quick, praise God, and Do Not Resussitate!


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