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Friday, March 16, 2007

Brad Delp and Javy Lopez visited Dothan Al. Jan 15, 1996. Video Clips. 03/16/07

THE MECK REPORT
Brad Delp and Javy Lopez visited Dothan Al. Jan 15, 1996 [ Video Clips]. 03/16/07
www.TheMeck.com - posted - 2:09a
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Meck Notes:
Mon. nite [ Jan 15, 1996] Brad Delp and Javy Lopez drew over
5 thousand people at the Holiday Inn South [ Dothan Al ].
They were wrapped around the motel and down 231 South [ in the misting rain].

Brad and Javy signed autographs as we did the radio show together.
Several Brad Delp fans drove from New Orleans to meet him [ 6 hrs one way].
Javy gave Brad an autographed jersey. Brad gave Javy an autographed guitar.
They both rocked my hometown. Wonderful memories.

Chief John White estimated the record crowd at 5 thousand plus.
Noting that Javy and Brad even outdrew Pres. Reagan's 1986 visit to Dothan.
I'm grateful they both came to my hometown.

We will miss Brad Delp for A Long Time.
His heavenly voice that lifted our spirits and most of
all his compassion, kindness and TIME he gave us all.

I'll never be the same .. because of Brad Delp's life.

Be sure and watch this 5 min. clip as we continue our
Wonderful/Long Time Memories of Brad Delp.
The You Tube link is just under the Brad Delp photos
at www.TheMeck.com [HomePage].

Thanks for forwarding this page to your friends.
Meck

Filed by The Meck. 03/16/07 - 2:09a
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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Thank you, Meck. Note from Brad Delp's close friend, Bill Faulkner.

----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Faulkner
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 7:20 AM
Subject: Thank You, Meck

Meck,
I want to thank you for the wonderful, heart felt article you wrote in remembrance of my friend Brad.

From the minute he met you in Atlanta, you were part of his lexicon, part of his life, a friend. We would often fondly recall "The Meck", your heart and your kindness. He would always look forward to the southeast shows, as that meant he'd visit with you again.

It meant a lot to Brad when you invited him to the ballpark in Atlanta, and we all had a memorable time. You took such good care of us, like we were family, although we had known you for just a day. I have great photos of that event taken by Walter, the legendary Braves official photographer.

You have a wonderful heart Meck, and you made an impression on Brad. Whenever we spoke of The Meck, we would smile and a story or two would ensue, always punctuated with an enthusiastic "It's Time To Smell The Cornfields, Baby"!

Yesterday, we said goodbye to our friend in a very private ceremony in New Hampshire.
Again, thanks for your heartfelt remembrance.

Best Regards,

Bill Faulkner

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

THE MECK RADIO SHOW - Long Time Memories of Brad Delp. 03/14/07

Message from Tom Scholz - posted on www.bandboston.com
As you all know by now, BOSTON'S lead singer, Brad Delp, was found
dead in his home on Friday, March 9th 2007. Plans for live BOSTON performances this summer have, of course, been cancelled.

My heart goes out to his wonderful fiance Pamela, his two children and other family members, his close friends
and band mates, and to the millions of people whose lives were made a little brighter by the sound of his voice.
He will be dearly missed. -- Tom Scholz

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The Meck Radio Show - Long Time Memories of Brad Delp. 03/14/07.
www.TheMeck.com Posted 6:02a ct. Show Time: 40 Mins.

Meck Notes:
Thanks for downloading our show re Long Time Memories of Brad Delp ..
The lead singer of the band Boston.

Bobby Cox intros our show as always .. [ clips by Donald Watkins - Paul Finebaum - Glenn Matthews].
Plus a promo by the 1 and only Brad Delp
.. and also Javy Lopez.

A visit with Super Dave Strickland, my friend and producer. [ DLS Voice Productions]
We share our memories of Brad Delp.

Plus Jess Bailey of Rock 102.5 [in Dothan] visits with The Meck as we pay tribute to Brad.
[the day after his shocking death]. He was just 55.
We talk about Brad's majestic voice and his kindness that will outlive his music.
Thanks Jess for honoring Brad on your show and letting me be a part of it.

Backstage memories in Atlanta, Birmingham, Pensacola, Biloxi ..
and Brad's visits to watch Javy and the Braves.
Plus Brad and Javy's visit to Dothan - Jan. 15, 1996 [ Over 5 thousand showed up to greet and meet them].
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Brad Delp .. The Singer with The Heavenly Voice that would Reach Out and Lift You Up.
Brad Delp .. The Man who was a Servant to Everyone he met. He loved People more than his Music.

He sold over 30 million albums and no doubt touched millions of lives even off the stage.
If he ever shook your hand .. and said 'Thanks For Coming ..' You knew he meant it.
Brad's grattitude was an attitude that was genuine. Life was More Than a Feeling to him.
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Thanks to Marty Hom and Glenn Matthews for always including me on The Boston Tours.
I can't believe I'll never hear Brad again in concert. He was always the last one to leave.
The reminiscing, autographs, pictures, hugs. No one could greet and meet like Brad Delp.

Brad had TIME for everyone. The Greatest gift you can give anyone.

Thanks to Brad's close friend, Bill Faulkner, for reaching out and connecting with me.
I met him many years ago with Brad. Saw him in Atlanta in 2003 [ Chastain Park concert].
He's always encouraged me. Just like Brad.
I appreciate his kind and gracious words.

----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Faulkner
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 7:20 AM
Subject: Thank You, Meck

Meck,
I want to thank you for the wonderful, heart felt article you wrote in remembrance of my friend Brad.

From the minute he met you in Atlanta, you were part of his lexicon, part of his life, a friend. We would often fondly recall "The Meck", your heart and your kindness. He would always look forward to the southeast shows, as that meant he'd visit with you again.

It meant a lot to Brad when you invited him to the ballpark in Atlanta, and we all had a memorable time. You took such good care of us, like we were family, although we had known you for just a day. I have great photos of that event taken by Walter, the legendary Braves official photographer.

You have a wonderful heart Meck, and you made an impression on Brad. Whenever we spoke of The Meck, we would smile and a story or two would ensue, always punctuated with an enthusiastic "It's Time To Smell The Cornfields, Baby"!

Yesterday, we said goodbye to our friend in a very private ceremony in New Hampshire.
Again, thanks for your heartfelt remembrance.

Best Regards,

Bill Faulkner

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Thanks Bill for sharing your heart. I will treasure your words for a Long Time.
I hope we can interview you soon regarding your dear friend .. Brad Delp.

Coming soon .. We'll post some interviews we did with Brad on our Radio Show.
And we might post some video clips from Brad's visit to Dothan with Javy.

Thanks for listening today as we pay tribute to our friend Brad Delp.
The internet is full of praise for Brad's music and even higher adoration for him as a person.

What will they say about you when you die?
Will they say anything at all ?

Brad Delp's Legacy is that he Served Others. Giving him Everlasting Fame and Fortune.
Will your legacy outlive your music [ your profession] ?
It's the question we all must ask ourselves.
Meck

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On the net:
www.bandboston.com

Jess Bailey - www.Rock1025.com

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Coming soon on The Meck Radio Show.
Bobby Cox - The Best Manager in the History of Baseball.
Paul Finebaum - Writer/Talk Show Host
Gov. Mike Huckabee - Presidential Candidate.
Donald Watkins - Business Icon. Ethanol.
Bobby Clampett - Golfer/Announcer for CBS and TNT.
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Please Bookmark the www.TheMeck.com in your favorites
and forward the page to your friends.

Thanks for listening. Turn it up baby.
Meck

Please click on link to hear today's show.
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T I M E spells L O V E
Written by Eddie Carswell and Michael O'Brien

Father's Day, Mother's Day, EVERY Day...

Click HERE to listen - www.TheMeck.com

T I M E spells L O V E

Throw me the ball Daddy
I've been waiting all day
I'm so glad you're home and we got some time
So Let's go out and play
Just me and you
It's my favorite thing to do
Daddy I'm tellin' the truth

Chorus
T I M E time
Spells L O V E love
And Love is the one thing
This world needs more of
The choice is up to you
So what will you do
With your T I M E Time
and your L O V E love

I'll never forget you Daddy
You taught me the game so well
It's taken me places I never dreamed
So many stories to tell
How the time has come and gone
And now I have a son of my own
And I'm making sure your memory lives on

Bridge
I've heard it said a time or two
This game of life can take from you
But I found out love isn't really love
Till you give it away

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Monday, March 12, 2007

THE MECK REPORT - I'll Always Remember Brad Delp: The Mother Teresa of Rock n Roll. 03/12/07

posted Mar 12, 2007 - 3:02p
THE MECK REPORT
I'll Always Remember Brad Delp: The Mother Teresa of Rock n Roll.

A friend [Gene Dews] called Friday nite [ Mar. 9th] and gave me the news: 'Brad Delp is dead.'
I could hardly speak. This was the first time Brad Delp had ever made me sad.
It's also the first time the music ever stopped.

Tears filled my eyes as the wonderful memories flooded my soul.
I immediately called Marty Hom [ in Indianapolis] and Glenn Matthews [in The Czech Republic].
I'm grateful to longtime friends, Marty and Glenn, for always including me [and my friends].

Thanks to Marty Hom .. I was able to go see Boston in concert [ in the early 90's].
Marty gave me a backstage pass and I met the man with the incredible voice - Brad Delp.
He was so kind and accessible. No ego. He made you feel like a rock star.
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JAVY MEETS BRAD IN ATLANTA
In the summer of 1995 .. Boston was playing Chastain Park in Atlanta.
Marty said .. 'Meck .. Invite any of the Braves players to come hear the concert.'
I asked Javy Lopez if he liked the group Boston ..?
He said .. 'Boston is my favorite group of all-time.
I can find no tickets to the concert.'

I said .. 'My friend Marty will take care of you.'
Ryan Klesko joined Javy and I at the concert that Sunday nite.
We hung out backstage with Brad and Marty and visited with the band.
Javy really enjoyed talking with Brad Delp.
He invited the band to the game the next day.

Brad, Tom Scholz, Gary Pihl, Dave Sikes, Marty Hom, and Glenn Matthews
rode with me and we got to the yard early for batting practice.

Jim Schultz and Glen Serra took great care of us.
It was a wonderful day. I know Brad was a big baseball fan.
And a Javy Lopez fan. It was really cool sitting with Brad and the band.
They were always friendly.

He joined me several other times [ thru the years] for a Braves game.
Brad loved hanging out at the yard and visiting.
I'll never forget [ as we watched one game] his song 'Long Time' played between innings.
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BRAD AND JAVY COME TO DOTHAN
I had a radio show in Southeast Al. I invited Javy to come to Dothan.
I then called Brad and asked him if he'd join us.
He said he'd be glad to. I couldn't believe it. I was thrilled.

Brad flew into Dothan International [ Gate 1] on Sat. Jan 13, 1996.
On Sunday morning he joined me at Bro. Jerry Spencer's church - Ridgecrest.
As we walked in Brad said .. 'Meck .. You've got drums and guitars at your church.'
Brother Jerry and I presented Brad with a Bible [ his name engraved on it].
He was deeply touched.

I shared with the audience .. 'Some of you are thinking .. Don't he sing that there Rock n Roll ?'
'Yes he does .. So well that he has the Number 1 debut album in music history.'
'He came all the way from Boston [ at no charge] to tell your kids .. It's Cool To Be Straight.'
'What are you doing .. ?'

Brad was warmly received [ to put it mildly].

Mon afternoon we had a reception at Sam and Maria Cherry's house. Brad loved their piano.
Mon nite [ Jan 15, 96] Brad Delp and Javy Lopez drew over 5 thousand people
at the Holiday Inn South [ Dothan].
They were wrapped around the motel and down 231 South [ in the misting rain].

They signed autographs as we did the radio show together.
Several Brad Delp fans drove from New Orleans to meet him [ 6 hrs one way].
Javy gave Brad an autographed jersey. Brad gave Javy an autographed guitar.
They both rocked my hometown. Wonderful memories.

Chief John White estimated the record crowd at 5 thousand plus.
Noting that Javy and Brad even outdrew Pres. Reagan's 1986 visit to Dothan.

Later that nite Brad and I hung out with my friend July Lopez at Applebees ..
visiting with my friend Tammy Carter. They couldn't believe how humble and kind Brad was.

Brad stayed 3 nites in my hometown of Dothan, Al.
He gave us his greatest gift .. TIME.
His compassion and kindness is still remembered today.
My hometown will never be the same because Brad Delp reached out.
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BACKSTAGE MEMORIES
I'll never forget taking my radio listeners/friends with me [on a bus] to see Boston in concert in Pensacola.
Marty Hom helped make it possible and took great care us.
Of course Brad had time to meet my friends and sign autographs.

Brad was always grateful that people gave their time and money to come hear Boston.
He never took the fans and his success for granted.
I truly believe he enjoyed visiting with people more than the music.

I'll never forget backstage at Oak Mtn. in Birmingham, Al. when Brad asked me ..
'Meck .. Would you like a vegetarian sandwich?'
I joined Brad for a vegetarian hamburger. It was really good.

That was always Brad Delp. Including others in his life.
He was all about serving others. That's where the power is.
Everlasting fame and fortune.

I'll never forget the last 2 times I saw him in Atlanta [ 2003]
and the Beau Rivage in Biloxi.[ 2004].

I remember sound check in Atlanta standing on stage while he warmed up.
Visiting back stage. Standing side stage with Glenn Matthews during the concert.
As always Brad stayed late .. signing for everyone and pictures too.

The Beau Rivage. Very small auditorium.
It was like a concert in your living room. He was fabulous as always.
I visited with him at dinner after the concert.
Brad was a blessing. He always encouraged me.

I remember walking with Brad and several others out to the bus.[ late that nite]
He signed autographs. Never saw him turn anyone down.
I remember he gave me a hug.
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THE MOTHER TERESA OF ROCK
I appreciate the times he came on my radio show.
He even cut promos for me as we drove to the airport in Dothan.
He was so willing to help you in any way he could.

Brad reached out to me and brought so much joy to me and many of my friends.
That's what caused me to admire Brad so much.
He always had TIME for me and my friends.

What will they say about you when you die ??
Will they say anything at all ..?
Have you ever thought about it ??

They still talk about my mother, Eunice, and her kindness to others [ 17 years after her passing].
No Doubt the lives Brad touched will even outlive his music.
His incredible voice was trumped only by the TIME and kindness he gave to others.

Brad Delp was The Mother Teresa of Rock n Roll.
He had the gift of Greatness - 'The ability to make those around him feel great.'
Brad was simply a servant to everyone he met.
That's his everlasting legacy .. Fame and Fortune.

Hanging out with Brad Delp and watching him taught me an important lesson.
I need to accept people - Just As They Are.
Not how I want them to be. [ as I so often did]

Also .. I'm learning that this life is not all about me.
It's all about Others. Compassion.
No Doubt .. Brad Delp learned that Tune long ago.
And Sang it every day with his life.

That's the No. 1 hit I'll remember most by Brad Delp.
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WHAT WILL THEY SAY?
I can only imagine .. Fri Afternoon about 1:20p [ Mar. 9, 2007]
when Jesus welcomed Brad home and gave him a Back Stage Pass 4 Eternity.
Surely Jesus must have said [ what we've been thinking since 1976]
'Brad .. Well Done. Where'd you get that incredible voice ..?'
I'm sure he replied [ humbly as always] 'Thank You Father.'

I'm Feelin' Satisfied that one day I'll see Brad again.
And I thought it'd be this summer on the Boston - REO Speedwagon Tour.

Brad Delp. His life was definitely More than a Feeling.
He had Passion and Compassion - ' 2 essentials that meet in the middle to reach a goal.'
Passion - What you Do in Life. Compassion - Others. Others. Others.

Think about it .. What will they say about you when you die ??
Will they say anything at all ..?

No Doubt .. We will be singing Brad Delp's tunes for a Long Time.
His Uplifting Songs. Undeniable Vocals. The TIME and Compassion he had for Others.

Brad Delp .. the lead singer of Boston .. has the Number 1 debut album in music history.
[Boston by Boston - 17 million copies].
Brad's life touched and inspired so many of us .. Leaving Countless trophies that will last forever.

Here's what Brad wrote on my 'Third Stage' CD.
To Meck - Hope This Keeps You company on some of Those Long Road Trips!
Thanks for having me to your town, your church & your home.
Best of Luck in all you do!
Brad Delp - Boston '96'

My life will never be the same because I knew Brad Delp.
Thanks for letting me share my thoughts with you.
It's time to turn the music back on. Turn it up.

Meck .. David Meckley

Filed by The Meck.
posted - Mar 12, 2007 - 3:02p
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Monday, March 05, 2007

THE MECK RADIO SHOW w/ Bob Howell - Ch. 12 [ Enterprise Tornado] 03/05/07.

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The Meck Radio Show w/ Bob Howell - WSFA Ch. 12 [ Enterprise Tornado] 03/05/07.
www.TheMeck.com Posted 9:44p ct. Show Time: 40 Mins.

Meck Notes:
I appreciate Paul Finebaum, Pat Smith, Dave Sibley and the Finebaum Network
for helping spread the word about the tragedy in Enterprise.
Thanks for letting me share this heartbreaking story that touches us all.

I'm grateful Paul made this news/human interest story a priority on his sports program.
One listener from Mobile wrote a check for 1 thousand dollars.

Please give to the people of Enterprise.
Many have lost their homes, their cars, and some even their jobs.

The Red Cross helps them with immediate needs.

Make checks payable to:

Coffee County American Red Cross
[ Note on Check: Tornado Damage]
P. O. Box 310375
Enterprise, AL. 36331
334 - 347- 2461
Thanks for reaching out.
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Meck visits with his friend and producer.. Super Dave/ David Strickland re Enterprise.
Their thoughts on the devastation near their hometowns.

It's the saddest sight I've ever seen. It looks like Katrina without the water.
It broke my heart to witness the pain and destruction.
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Meck talks about the 17 yr. old senior, Michael Tompkins, who died in the tornado Thursday.
Reports are .. He was in the 3rd hall [ leaning against the wall ]
talking to his mother when his cell ph went silent [at 1:13p].
His Dad was flying a helicopter in Iraq on Thurs. and has returned home to Enterprise to bury his son.
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Enterprise .." The City Of Progress "
Many of the students and familes in this wonderful city are part of Fort Rucker.
The Army trains all helicopter pilots in the military at Fort Rucker.
Aprox 1300 - 1500 students attend EHS - the only High School in this city of 22 thousand.
This is one of the finest schools in Alabama. Academics .. Sports .. Spirit.
A proud family environment. Students are well disciplined.

My longtime, precious friend, Miss Saliba, shared her memories with me of teaching
Spanish at Enterprise High School. She loved EHS .. like so many in the Wiregrass.
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An interview [ at ground zero in Enterprise] with friend and
Mr. News in Alabama .. Bob Howell - WSFA 12 .. Montgomery Al.

Bob describes the horrible scene and what happened in Hall 3 when the wall and roof
caved in and 8 Enterprise High School students lost their lives when the tornado hit
between 1:10 - 1:15p on Thurs Mar 1, 2007.

Meck notes .. Re the Tornado
- The school was planning to dismiss early at 1:00p
- Aprox 180 mph winds [ tornado moving at 55 mph]
- Aprox an 8 mile path [ about 200 yds wide]
- School buses .. Hundreds of cars heavily damaged [ windows blown out]
- The school destroyed in about 30 seconds or less.
- Eight students die.
- Aprox 40 to 50 students taken to area hospitals.

as of Mar 5th
-- Aprox 350 million dollars damage in the city of Enterprise Al.
-- 569 homes damaged
-- 236 totally destroyed
-- 121 w/ major damage
-- 140 w/ minor damage
-- 99 affected somewhat

Miss Edna Strickland also died from the tornado. She was 83.
Total of Nine deaths in Enterprise.
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-- 8 fatalities is the record for an Alabama school. [ Cowarts in 1918 and now Enterprise]
It happened 89 years ago when a tornado slammed into a school in Cowarts Al.

Tornado - 1918 in Cowarts, Al [ 5 miles east of Dothan, Al]
Tornado - 2007 in Enterprise Al [ 25 miles west of Dothan ]

The similarities in these tornadoes [ 89 years apart] are stunning.

1918 - 7students and 1 teacher [ 8 deaths]
2007 - 8 students die

1918 - Tornado struck at 1:40p
2007 - Tornado struck at 1:10p

1918 - 10 deaths in the area [ Cowarts - Webb]
2007 - 9 deaths in Enterprise

1918 - 120 injuries
2007 - 121 injuries [ reported as of Mar 4]

1918 - F3 tornado
2007 - F3 tornado [ possibly an F4]
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Enterprise High School was ripped apart and so was Bates Memorial Stadium.
[ It sits in a valley adjacent to the school]
One of the finest stadiums in Alabama .. It was 50 years old.
So many memories .. The winning tradion of EHS Football and Coach Bacon - 27 years.

Hillcrest Baptist Church [ the other side of the stadium] was barely touched with minor damage.
These fine people have been a refuge for many at the school and will continue to be I'm sure.

I enjoyed stopping by First Baptist .. They are a Red Cross Shelter.
Many wonderful volunteers. I met one lady who came all the way from Illinois.
I wanted to say hello to Mary w/ the Red Cross office in Enterprise. She was out working.

I appreciate the kindness of the people at St. Luke Methodist Church.
A wonderful supper on Sat nite.

It was great hanging out with my friend Bob Howell and the Ch 12 news team in Enterprise.
Excellent coverage as always.
Many came by to express their thanks to Bob Howell for their coverage.
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I'll always remember the President/Air Force One landing in Dothan at 8:01 am on Sat.
and visiting Enterprise .. helping get the federal relief agencies in gear.[ Declaring Enterprise a Federal Disaster]
It's not often a President of The United States comes to Southeast Ala.
[The last time was 1986 when Pres Reagan visited Dothan, Al.]

I know Pres. Bush lifted the spirits in this stricken area.
I'll never forget that scene when he had his hands on the shoulders of the SGA Pres.[ Megan Parks]
comforting her and classmate [Sarah Carroll ] .. Surrounded by their shredded school.

A moving and tearful scene.

They asked Megan .. 'When did she find out she was going to meet the President ?'
'I got a call about 30 mins before he arrived. '
'I was at work' .. she said.

Can you even imagine that segway of emotions ?

You're at work .. grief stricken and you get a call:
'The President of the United States would like to meet you.'

There's nothing that can compare to hope.
Reaching out .. no matter who we are.
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Thanks for listening to our show regarding the tragedy and recovery in Enterprise.
Thanks to Bob Howell and Super Dave for their perspectives.
Thanks for your TIME and reaching out to help.
Meck

We will always remember these special eight lives at Enterprise High School.

MICHAEL TOMPKINS - 17, SR.
AJ JACKSON - 16, JR.
KATIE STRUNK - 16, SOPH.
RYAN MOHLER - 17, JR.
MICHAEL BOWEN - 16, JR.
MICHELLE WILSON - 16, SOPH.
PETER DUNN - 16, JR.
JAMIE VIDENSEK - 17, SR.

Be sure and read about each student in this Mar 4th article by Lance Griffin and Jim Cook.
Eight lives cut too short. [ The Dothan Eagle]
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On the net:
Bob Howell - www.WSFA.com
Paul Finebaum - www.Finebaum.com
www.DothanEagle.com - Great articles and pictures re the Enterprise tornado.

Coming Soon on The Meck Radio Show.
Bobby Cox - The Best Manager in the history of Baseball.
Paul Finebaum - Writer/Talk Show Host
Gov. Mike Huckabee - Presidential Candidate.
Donald Watkins - Business Icon. Ethanol.
Bobby Clampett - golfer/announcer for CBS and TNT.
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Please Bookmark the www.TheMeck.com in your favorites
and forward the page to your friends.
Thanks for listening. Turn it up baby.
Meck

Please click on link to hear today's show.
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T I M E spells L O V E
Written by Eddie Carswell and Michael O'Brien

Father's Day, Mother's Day, EVERY Day...

Click HERE to listen - www.TheMeck.com

T I M E spells L O V E

Throw me the ball Daddy
I've been waiting all day
I'm so glad you're home and we got some time
So Let's go out and play
Just me and you
It's my favorite thing to do
Daddy I'm tellin' the truth

Chorus
T I M E time
Spells L O V E love
And Love is the one thing
This world needs more of
The choice is up to you
So what will you do
With your T I M E Time
and your L O V E love

I'll never forget you Daddy
You taught me the game so well
It's taken me places I never dreamed
So many stories to tell
How the time has come and gone
And now I have a son of my own
And I'm making sure your memory lives on

Bridge
I've heard it said a time or two
This game of life can take from you
But I found out love isn't really love
Till you give it away

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