Was Sean or Not?
Thu Apr 17 21:16:42 EDT 2008
Long distance diagnosis is a risky proposition for professionals. Long distance diagnosis with no evidence is akin to reading the future from the entrails of slaughtered chickens.
How 'bout we give it a rest, at least until there's actual evidence to go on?
> Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 16:01:29 -0400
> From: pat@PATBOYACK.COM
> Subject: Was Sean or Not?
> To: BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG
> With all do respect, I think we should lay off the inquiries into whether
> Sean was bi-polar or not. Just because donations are being sent to an
> organization that helps people with this ailment in his name does not mean
> he had it. Sean might have had a family member or a friend close to him
> who suffered or suffers from it. Let’s take a step back and let those who
> loved him grieve. It’s really none of our business.
> Pat B
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