I would love to quote the aforementioned comments, but as I wrote this, the Brisbane Times deleted their Facebook post on the article.
The following article is an individual piece of work by the author.My roommate’s out of town, and my car isn’t working. After I hung up the phone I told her where I was going. She just wants to have a smoke, that’s all.” “Trust me. Hahahahahahahahahahaha.” “My hero.” Pulling her door open, she gently waved the glass of red wine in her hand.And I’m just for a smoke.” “Yes,” I said, semi-maniacally. That woman is already smokin’.” Upon arriving at Miss Usher’s home I found her porch in pitch darkness. “Come on in.” I secretly begged my yearning-to-be-free leg to allow me to walk at least semi-normally.The views and opinions expressed in it are solely that of the author, and are in no way necessarily the views or opinions of Print House or its writers.Tonight, the Brisbane Times attacked one of the greatest men I ever knew – a title that hundreds can attest to.
Greg Masters was a great man, who made the lives of hundreds of students, staff, friends and families infinitely greater.