Must've been a very happy birthday!
As another day of Fuller Watch draws to a close, there's still no sign of him.
Tributes have been flooding in from across the globe. Everyone from relatives of Hitler to Saddam Hussein have sent their good wishes.
A shrine has been set up outside Redfern train station, with 20 candles being lit and his favourite hobo knife left there as a sign of respect.
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I trust Moby is being played around the clock over the train station PA system?
Indeed, also re-runs of Rove Live are being played on big screens and just to keep in the spirit, random bag searches are being undertaken by police to innocent people as a sign of invasion of privacy.Originally Posted by Voltman
Odds for cause of death:
Fellow hobo $2.50
Young Liberal $4.00
Crazy feminist $5.50
A Port Adelaide fan $9.00
Police/ ASIO $10.00
One of his victims fought back $12.00
Moby lover 15.50
Chocked on a cashew $21.00
Faked his death and is now working for the Russians $31.00
Rest In Peace Craigos
Also, pot-smoking uni students have come under fire in an attempt to lure him into an internet argument.
"If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - for ever."
Got something to tell us, Gelman?Originally Posted by pasag
"Death by Smith" out of the odds?
...perhaps I've said too much.
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Code:47.3 W Coppinger to Heads Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!
Hold on.Originally Posted by benchmark00
<holds earpiece tight inside ear>
We have a message of support coming through from the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
I feel like everyone else in this forum today. I am utterly devastated.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Fuller's family, particularly his two illegitimate sons. Our heart goes out to them.
We are today a forum in a state of shock, in mourning, in grief that is so deeply painful for us. He was a wonderful and a warm human being, although his own posts were often sadly touched by tragedy. He touched the lives of so many others in Cricket Web and throughout the world with joy and with comfort.
How many times shall we remember him in how many different ways - with the sick-minded benchmark00, the dying Testing Forum gang, with children-loving dubai194, with the needy Craigos? With just a look or a gesture that spoke so much more than words, he would reveal to all of us the depth of his compassion and his humanity.
I am sure we can only guess how difficult things were for him in Redfern from time to time. But people everywhere, not just here in Cricketweb, kept faith with Sean Fuller. They liked him, they loved him, they regarded him as one of the coterie. He was the People's Poster and that is how he will stay, how he will remain in our hearts and our memories for ever.
Not until after all bets are in.Originally Posted by burkey_1988
I'll have 10 on the cashew.
Pasag being Australian - PricelessOriginally Posted by pasag
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