^Mean Well. That way, when mistakes^

^Mean Well. That way, when mistakes and misinterpretations come, at least the people can say, "Oh, don't be too hard. He means well."

But if you're just plain mean, when mistakes and misinterpretations come, other things get said. As it's often said, "Don't let your name become a byword." (as in: "Oh, don't be such a Kenny!")

It may not be the ideal gravestone, but it wouldn't be so bad if it says, "KENNETH UDUT: HE MEANT WELL." I'd be okay with that.^

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