...he lived for each day. Gave it his best. Didn't worry much about tomorrow, much less the future or how it could work to his advantage. He was, however, very close to JH and I do believe that what JH spoke to Ted, was the bible! Every word out of his mouth.
No one can deny that a man loves his son (in this case TW and JH), but I personally think that if JH thought it was aa good idea to jump off the side of a building and die together....well, Ted would have went right along with him. No doubt. But, one will always wonder if JH had Ted's best interests at heart. I mean, the last stroke Ted had and went to UCLA to get a new pace maker, his hands were affected some by the stroke and his index and middle fingers were crippled a little. Not to worry though, JH had the nurse to TAPE his fingers out straight. Why? Well, so Ted could still sign memorabilla! Best interest at heart?