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Eulogy For Rush

He was an inspiration, of sorts.

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I’m so sad at the passing of Rush today at the ripe old age of 70. I’m so sad he didn’t die sooner. Because had he died at 69, he wouldn’t have been around to say Covid 19 was the common cold. He wouldn’t have been around to say masks were for the weak.

Rush was an inspiration, of sorts. He had 15 million followers. He inspired some of them to death.

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Arnold Mays Ragas

Arnold Mays Ragas

A husband. A father. A former member of the Georgia House of Representatives. A former judge. Now, an indigent defense attorney winning unwinnable trials.

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