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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Feb 21, 2018.
He was a great religious leader, I admired him very much.
He had great integrity, and a wide range of admirers, believers and otherwise.
Loved by many for a very long time.
RIP after a good long life.
Never a hint of scandal...the man walked what he talked.
Yeah. He was the real deal.
God Speed and well done Billy, you loved on everybody.
Well done ! what else can you say ?
The man could pack them in!
I took my mom to see him at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1994....
Cool pic of Yankee Stadium in 1957....
Ehhhhh...definitely a scandal or two but he manned-up and made right which in effect is a further testament to his life.
I saw him in 1970 at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, TN. His guests were Johnny Cash and the President of the U.S. He had an impact on my life.
A fine example of a man finishing the task set before him. We love you Billy and we will see you in heaven one day!
A valid point. That's why i said mostly agree. I was just trying to keep my post short. I'm not glad that he's gone.
You were no Jim Bakker
He was a crusader par excellence . . . RIP
Doomed from the start, I don’t know why the OP bothered
That's why the admins made religion one of the off-limits topics. Flout at your own peril.
see ya in eternity !!!