Sad smile

PUBLISHED: 14:13 06 July 2006 | UPDATED: 11:50 04 May 2010

SOHAM lost a character last week when Bob Ford s troubles ended quietly. Bob was always a man with an opinion and he usually arrived at it from a direction that nobody else had thought of. It was usually delivered with a big grin and a chuckle. We can t a

SOHAM lost a character last week when Bob Ford's troubles ended quietly. Bob was always a man with an opinion and he usually arrived at it from a direction that nobody else had thought of. It was usually delivered with a big grin and a chuckle. We can't afford to lose philosophers of his originality, and we can't afford to lose good company, either. We'll remember Bob with a smile, but it will be tinged with sadness.


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