Re: Dom Perigion Champagne is gone, but not forgotten
It's very, very sad, but it's a somewhat untimely reminder of why you have to be somewhat careful when you name your kid. It's charming and sweet and the story has some real meaning, but when he's tragically killed, one thing stands out, and it's not his personality.
It's also a reminder that if your name is Perfect, you might as well forget it and just seek out a husband with the surname of Champagne.
There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.