It is indeed a pleasure for me to speak on behalf of Ron. I’ve known Ron over 60 years now. In that time he has shown himself to be a man of conviction. (he doesnt talk much about the time he spent in jail)
Ron did it his way. He tried to do it Frank Sinatra’s way but accumulated too many regrets. Then he tried to Jesus Christ’s way but the bar was just too high. He found himself being disappointed time and again. Finally he said to himself “I’m doing it my way. That way I have no one to blame but myself.”
So it was the “no blame” game he chose in the end.
Ron suffered severe misanthropy throughout his life. This terrible disease confined him to a keyboard so he developed his skills to become a “keyboard warrior”. He felt he had the required amount of minimal courage to fulfill the role. This made him public enemy number 74 on several Internet forums.
Ron was full of good intentions. And that is all that matters. Don’t you think? OK he didn’t do any volunteer work or help the poor but deep down he wanted to. And he acted quite charitably to one person by accident the other day, by saying “Hi. How are you?” He was half-heartedly concerned about the person. Better than zero hearted I say.
(to be cont)