Who's your hero?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Novenotes : One Thread
Who's your hero---and why?--Al
-- Al Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 27, 1999
this simple question demands a complex, complicated answer - - - but i don't have all my heroes in my mind. first - every woman who is a mother and tried her level best to raise and protect her chidren. next - every father who used his ingenuity and sweat to support and encourage his family - - stuck by them all the way. and after that i would have to go to the history books to prepare a list of my heroes - beginning with the christian martyrs.
-- ici jongleur (email@example.com), December 28, 1999.
As far as journal keeping webmasters, you are one of my heroes. Your site is great, and you are consistent with your continuous uploading of interesting entries.
I need to get busy and strive to be more like you with my place on the Internet.
-- Zoomer--ALIVE AT FORTY-FIVE!--http://members.xoom.com/fortyfiver/aliveat45.htm (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 1999.
tough question, Al. all the good ones are, I suppose. as for who my hero is...I would have to say my high school counselor. When I was 15, my parents divorced. It was a horrible experience....one that I was unfortunately made to mediate at an age that I was woefully unprepared. Out of all the teachers in my school, she was the ONLY one to call me in and address the radical change in attitude and performance I was experiencing. She cared. She reached out.
You know...think I need to find that woman. Never did properly thank her.
-- Bob Beltran (email@example.com), December 29, 1999.