Message to Bill Cosby

Thanks Bill.

Thank you for the laughs. Thank you for your stand-up. Thank you for I-Spy. Thank you for Leonard 6. Thank you for Ghost Dad. Thank you for Fat Albert. Thank you for Picture Pages. Thank you for The Cosby Show. Thank you for telling many to live a good life. Thank you for trying to be an inspiration for many to do great in school.

Thank you for letting me introduce you on the Morrison Center Stage in 2011. Thank you for being an inspiration to me and other VIPs in the room. Thank you for coming on-air with me then.

Thank you for letting me introduce you on the Morrison Center Stage again in 2013. Thank you for taking the time to talk to my friend’s daughter who earned the ability to join me through great grades. Thank you for including her in your act on-stage.

Thank you for ruining all of it with past acts few knew of until recently.

Thanks for having those, whom you inspired, wonder if your words of wisdom were true or were a cover for your skeletons.

No one is perfect, I get that, but you hurt a lot of people. Not just directly, but indirectly.

Thanks for ruining this picture.

Thanks Bill.

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