It scares Finn to think back and remember how Kurt would come home every day, talking briefly with his father before going upstairs to his room, only coming down for dinner.It scares Finn to think about Kurt being shoved into lockers and thrown around like a ragdoll.How did he not know that Kurt's bullying had gotten Kurt, and it just makes Finn sick to his stomach to realize he's been such an awful brother. He's glad Kurt's gotten out of the place – gone off to the safety of Dalton and the Warblers and Blaine. Before he left, Finn could see how lifeless he was – well, actually that was Rachel.She'd had a word with Finn, warned him about Kurt's lack of interest in anything, how he hardly tried in glee club anymore, and how he seemed to be losing weight.So make sure you're quiet when you go up."Finn drops his bag to the floor, stepping forward. I still think he tried, but he's never outright told me he did." Kurt starts shaking again, and Finn knows he's crying. Because he's seen kids willing to give up their own – if just for a little peace, a little happiness, a little less pain. How those scars stay for a lifetime – long after the wound is first cut.
Finn can see the darkness just under the surface, threatening to pull her under. She's trying to hide the mess she is under stupid rivalries and false ambitions. Carole nods, rubbing one last circle into his back. "It'll be ready when you are." And she stands up, retreating to the kitchen."What happened?J)." The ebbs and flows in that song perfectly fit the way Erving glided smoothly down the court before slamming the ball home with unmatched grace and style.The Greatest Sports Legends episode about Erving includes a fantastic video montage of Erving highlights with "Let it Flow" as the soundtrack; Erving's assortment of inimitable moves and Washington's wonderful melody meld seamlessly into one of the most beautiful pieces of performance art you will ever see or hear.That clip does not seem to be available on the internet but while looking for it I stumbled upon a treasure that is almost as good: Sadly, Washington passed away in 1999, at just 56 years of age.Washington performed the National Anthem before many Sixers home games at the Spectrum, which recently hosted its final Sixers game; the Sixers moved across the street to the Wachovia Center in 1996 but returned to the Spectrum for one last time before the building is demolished this summer.