A glimpse into the mind of Ted Loh: "Spearmaster"

Mavin1

Dormant account
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Bumping a very old super thread....so that some of the newer members can get a closer look at a dear friend and great man who is no longer with us.

You'll never be forgotten Ted. :)


Sorry to ask, but why is Spearmaster no longer with us?
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
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Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Sorry to ask, but why is Spearmaster no longer with us?

Sticky thread at the top of this forum (Online Casinos). Ted passed away the night before last.
 

greedygirl

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Lisa--thank you SO much for remembering this and bringing it back for everyone to read. It's been four and a half years since that interview was done, yet it seems like yesterday.

It's so Ted. He knew everything about everything. Such a special guy and we were all so lucky to have had him in our lives.

Gonna miss the guy, dearly.
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
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Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Lisa--thank you SO much for remembering this and bringing it back for everyone to read. It's been four and a half years since that interview was done, yet it seems like yesterday.

It's so Ted. He knew everything about everything. Such a special guy and we were all so lucky to have had him in our lives.

Gonna miss the guy, dearly.

Debbee...now I'm crying again. I know Ted wouldn't want any of us to be sad. Yes, it does seem like yesterday. The time goes TOO fast.

I was actually going back through some PM's, emails, etc today and came across one where I had done a mini interview with him for the RXForum, when I was working for you. Did that ever bring back some memories, lol. One question in particular stuck out. I had asked him what he wanted for the online gaming industry. This was his reply:

My objective is to see a strong, honest, regulated industry which provides entertainment to adults.

That sort of epitomizes Ted....honesty. I will remember him for that above all else. A rare and priceless trait these days. I really am too sad for words. Life is so freaking unfair.
 
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