I did not always agree with what he said, and sometimes would call him out in a respectful manner (never attacking him personally) but I LOVED reading what Ghost had to say.
Whether right or wrong, sunshine pumping or not, Ghost's post were VERY entertaining.
I never met Ghost, although I did talk to him on the phone a few times.
I remember one time he posted something along the lines of "I got some MAJOR "G", but I can't post it here....call me at *** *** ****."
I wanted to know, so I decided I would call. He and I ended up talking for about 30 minutes with him telling me to hold on every few minutes due to other people calling to get the "G" he had that night. But just a few seconds after he told me to hold on, he would click back over and we continued our chat.
I do not even remember what it was about now. But Ghost was a VERY interesting guy. He and I talked a few times after that and it was almost like he had a photographic memory. He just kept talking and talking. But it was all interesting.
Somewhere along the way after that we ended up not seeing eye to eye on things, but I would still comment on some of his posts and he would mine.
I imagine Ghost was a good guy. I KNOW he loved UGA and just wanted to see us successful, as he predicted so many times.
Words right now probably give very little comfort, but to those who knew Graeme, I offer my heartfelt condolences. I pray that God may bless Graeme and all who knew him in this time of grief.
The Dawgvent lost it's most interesting poster, and the world has lost a good man.