They said BobsKC's death is not as touchy as it should be...
I think it's not important how many posts on a forum a great man gets after his death, it's important how we keep his memory in our hearts, and how long we do that...it's not important how many people are in channel which was full of joy sometime, how many people cry after the man we called friend, and how many people regret his departure...it's important how many of us got touched by Robert's work for UnderNet, and how many of us will still remember it.
We all fall down in the end. For him it was maybe too soon...
Everyone of us fights for something, he fighted for UnderNet, a long tireless and in the end, useless battle, people didnt appreciate as they should have.
We should now gather together in one unity, and change something. Follow the legacy he left, so he can smile at us, and be pleased his name is not just one piece on a cold stone in a foggy cemetry.
Robert, Bobs, our friend, has gone home now, guided by his faith and by the light of those that he has loved and lost. At last he is with them once more, leaving those of us who grieve his passing with the memories he gave, the good that he did, the dream he kept alive, and a single, enduring image – the image of a man on a boat; white mane tousled, smiling broadly as he sails into the wind, ready for whatever storms may come, carrying on toward some new and wondrous place just beyond the horizon.
Undernet User Committee Admin