Or, depending upon on which side of the issue you stand, a bad one, either.
Silent Sam, the Confederate Civil War soldier who has stood sentry in the middle of UNC's campus for 105 years - but who was recently toppled by students who view him as a symbol of the state's past best forgotten - will apparently be returning to his previous perch as soon as he gets a littl...
I was an obituary writer for the Atlanta Constitution newspaper when Lewis Grizzard was a famous columnist there.
My desk sat right outside his office.
Near the end of his too-short life - he died at 47 - he wrote a column stating that "no matter how important you think you are, the number of people who show up at your funeral will be determined by the weather."