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[*] posted on 13-5-2020 at 19:50


Quote: Originally posted by SWIM  
He was a great guy.
Friendly, helpful.

And also one of those people who actually appear to be thinking most of the time.

Really funny too.

And he sure knew his way around the Henry reaction.
Those were some interesting posts.

I will never forget the picture where he held a large nitrostyrene crystals, because of the conditions his nails were in on that picture, I always had to smile when I thought about it, especially after our only brief talk shorty before.
Now even more, but with an undertone of melancholy.
He was really very friendly and nice, I was so surprised to found out to whom I was talking, and after I told him who I am, it was a funny little exchange.
Very sympathic person.

Now after his decease, I had to google a picture of him out, and he looks exactly like I would have imagined him to look like.
And confirming SWIM's impression of him to be thinking all the time... the picture I found of him he was seated in some sort of thinkers pose, but not posing for the picture.
But rather surprised to be photographed while he was thinking about something :)

I immediately liked him even more.
It is really sad that he is gone, so early, that makes everyone else around that age, including me, to look more ephemeral(if thats the right english word), it makes everyone thats close to me of friends and acquintances to seem more "volatile"... like each one of them could be gone in a minute or so.
To not take them for granted because it could happen way too fast.

Rest in peace Melgar
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[*] posted on 24-5-2020 at 17:03


Another great loss, may he be immortalized in Cyberspace.
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