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    Dec 01, 2013 5:31 PM GMT
    For everyone's convenience:

    Paul Walker of "the Fast and Furious" killed in car accident. (11/30/13, 10:11pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562834

    Paul Walker Dead at 40 (11/30/13, 10:28pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562860

    'Fast and Furious' star Paul Walker dies in car crash at 40, spokesperson for actor confirms (11/30/13, 10:47pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562886

    Actor Paul Walker killed in car crash (11/30/13, 11:00pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562905

    Paul Walker Died in Car Accident (11/30/13, 11:17pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562928

    Paul Walker Death Hoax Becomes Reality (11/13/13, 11:41pm):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3562956

    'FAST & FURIOUS' Actor Paul Walker DIES (12/1/13, 2:24am):
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3563161

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    Dec 01, 2013 5:38 PM GMT
    Handsome actors should never die. It's just not right. (Unfortunately I'm being totally serious.)
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    Dec 01, 2013 5:43 PM GMT
    It certainly makes his death more moving, which might explain why there are several threads instead of the usual two or three created in the rush to to be the first to break the news on a celebrity death that'd already made the rounds of global media outlets.
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    Dec 01, 2013 9:09 PM GMT

    he died a happy man, the quote from his FB page

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    Dec 01, 2013 10:47 PM GMT
    There was also a suggestion that the men may have been doing some dangerous driving in the minutes before the crash.
    The Daily Mail is reporting that the road near the site featured heavy track marks in "figure 8" patterns.

    A representative from the county sheriff's office said he was unsure if the tracks were related to the crash.


    Somebody was doing 'figure eights' on this same street, like the Genesis does, its possible they were doing this and lost side stability control, but there would not be enough speed to rip the car in half once hitting the pole and tree



    (video of bodies removed)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2516403/The-final-photograph-Fast--Furious-star-Paul-Walker-pictured-getting-friends-high-powered-Porsche-GT-just-moments-engulfed-deadly-ball.html
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    Dec 01, 2013 11:58 PM GMT
    scruffLA said971687-paul-walker-crash.jpg


    Holy crap! I've never seen one that bad before. My two guys were bad boys too and both now dead. One was celebrity, very successful in his acting career. These guys take risks. That can be very attractive. I'm more of a homebody. They definitely got me to enjoy my life more so than I would have without them, but their lifestyle left them dead so I wound up with more pain than I might have had without them.

    My first guy was a total risk taker, whether flying or in the boat or driving, that was him. I remember one time in the boat during a holiday light parade, with probably 100s of boats around us, when I was screaming bloody murder at him. Scared the crap out of me. Seriously put two boatloads of people in danger. We probably had 10 or more on board. Every time he went missing, I just figured he'd gotten put in jail again. Trouble, right here in River City.

    Then that one time when I couldn't reach him. I figured he was in jail from having too much fun. So I called his mom. She hadn't heard from him either. Mother's day had just past. He'd have found a way to call her. I sent out the posse. They found him dead. God damn it.

    Well, at least everyone had fun.
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    Dec 01, 2013 11:59 PM GMT
    scruffLA said
    he died a happy man, the quote from his FB page

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    Wow, that's just eerie.
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    Dec 02, 2013 12:26 AM GMT
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    Looks like there won't be much left to post here:

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    Dec 02, 2013 1:15 AM GMT
    thebearerofbadnews saidyou know, that some members in here only did that thread as a means of getting attention for themselves and all. icon_lol.gif they wanted that platinum thread and were all ready to compete for it.

    this is just wrong on all accounts..

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    paul wall is NOT paul walker.
    Yeah. Some guys just wanna be first. But most guys don't bother to search before posting. They assume they are the first.

    Basically, if you found it on Facebook, it's already been posted.
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    Dec 02, 2013 1:39 AM GMT
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    Dec 02, 2013 3:03 AM GMT
    Of course people on here think it's sad he died 'cuz he was goodlooking.......no, what's more sad is he left a young daughter behind.

    SMH

    Comments like on this thread make me happy some gay men don't pro-create.
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    Dec 02, 2013 3:06 AM GMT
    HorrorHound saidOf course people on here think it's sad he died 'cuz he was goodlooking.......no, what's more sad is he left a young daughter behind.

    SMH
    Not really. I didn't care about his looks or his acting abilities. I'm more concerned about what caused the incident. I'm more thankful that no other cars/people were involved. I'm sure the headlines would be much different if that were the case.
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    Dec 02, 2013 4:59 AM GMT
    Yes, he was breathtakingly pretty. But just as an alternative view point... those "fast and furious" movies were such a breathtakingly stupid idea, that it is only fitting that he should be one of the people to die from them.
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    Dec 02, 2013 5:03 AM GMT
    Is it bad I have no idea who this person was
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    Dec 02, 2013 5:08 AM GMT
    HorrorHound saidOf course people on here think it's sad he died 'cuz he was goodlooking.......no, what's more sad is he left a young daughter behind.

    SMH

    Comments like on this thread make me happy some gay men don't pro-create.


    I'm sure he left more than a daughter. These guys, they live hard and fast and leave a trail of pain.

    Really would suck for the daughter but generally speaking I went through this shit that his survivors will go through. I still do. I still cry. All these years later. They did not have to be dead right now. I hate that. But the really stupid thing is that even knowing what I do I think I'd do it all over again. With them, at least. I want no one else to put me through that. There is that much pain but there was that that much love. I miss it.

    The short lives of amazing guys.
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    Dec 02, 2013 5:31 AM GMT
    Matiz saidIs it bad I have no idea who this person was


    No, aside from being "culturally aware" of the Fast and Furious I have no idea who he is either. Yet my Facebook newsfeed makes him look like he was the equivalent of a important public figure.
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    Dec 02, 2013 5:33 AM GMT
    theantijock said


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    My first guy was a total risk taker, whether flying or in the boat or driving, that was him. I remember one time in the boat during a holiday light parade, with probably 100s of boats around us, when I was screaming bloody murder at him. Scared the crap out of me. Seriously put two boatloads of people in danger. We probably had 10 or more on board. Every time he went missing, I just figured he'd gotten put in jail again. Trouble, right here in River City.

    Then that one time when I couldn't reach him. I figured he was in jail from having too much fun. So I called his mom. She hadn't heard from him either. Mother's day had just past. He'd have found a way to call her. I sent out the posse. They found him dead. God damn it.

    Well, at least everyone had fun.


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    Dec 02, 2013 6:05 AM GMT
    2 weeks before his film hits theaters, he got a lead and everything looked so promising. i doubt he was smiling, tho.
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    Dec 02, 2013 6:12 AM GMT
    vitaliyvloan said2 weeks before his film hits theaters, he got a lead and everything looked so promising. i doubt he was smiling, tho.


    I've never seen any of the Fast and Furious movies, but he seems to have had a good bit of success as an actor. I'll take him on his word that he was doing what he loved and had a smile on his face when he went.

    RIP
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    Dec 02, 2013 6:51 AM GMT
    turbobilly saidDack Rambo?


    I won't even hint as to whom. That's just how we lived. Only our families and friends knew us together. Sorry. Though reading the story about Walker certainly brought up a bunch of parallels. I know that mind-set intimately.

    But my first guy who affected me so much more was not celeb. Rather the hottest construction worker I'd known. He was the love of my life. Nor was I the love of the life of my 2nd guy. We were both widowed at about the same time and we just connected so completely that we planned our lives together. But then just as that was all coming together after about 10 years, he died too. This life owes me. And you owe me an egg sammich, by the way.

    There was lots of love there and that included respecting our feelings for our prior loves as widows do. We had a great understanding of each other of a type I think neither of us had ever before known. So it wasn't the stuff of storybook but it was magic to us.

    Celebrity is really weird what it can do to ya. I see how it fucked up my dad's family and how that fuckeduppedness came down through me and my brother. My brother did a pretty good job at keeping it away from his kids. He tried correcting a lot of shit that dad didn't have the strength to do, as future generations tend to do. But my dad's a bit of a mess, betrayed by family as a kid when he couldn't get away from his own name and from the work that his family was doing. Entertainment in America. How do you get away from that? It was always in his face. Fucked him up.

    I saw what it did to my last bud and to his family too. Even some in his immediate family didn't even know him. One kept him on such a pedestal, like a fan, not like family. That person tried befriending me after the death. I stuck around long enough to fill the person in so my bud would be known to his family and then I parted ways. I think I helped some of their hurting but I couldn't fix mine. So I needed that space.

    Ever since then, whenever I see one of these guys falling off from living on the edge, fast and furious, it all comes rushing back. So sorry for running off at the typing like this but you all are so much cheaper than a decent therapist, and just as effective. But I know what this guy's family is going through. It's brutal.

    And I just did something so stupid. I googled my bud. I thought maybe he'd one day fade. But noooo. It's the internet. There's only more of him now. Well, the bastard did once tell me that he was gonna haunt me one day. That bitch! He figured it out.

    Do you know what it's like seeing your dead loved one all over the youtubes? And that's what this guy's little girl is going to go through too. I wouldn't wish celebrity on anyone.
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    Dec 02, 2013 6:53 AM GMT
    turbobilly said
    vitaliyvloan said2 weeks before his film hits theaters, he got a lead and everything looked so promising. i doubt he was smiling, tho.


    I've never seen any of the Fast and Furious movies, but he seems to have had a good bit of success as an actor. I'll take him on his word that he was doing what he loved and had a smile on his face when he went.

    RIP


    I saw the first and it was so ridiculous that I never saw another. Now the ricer kids see that this is serious stuff with serious consequences when you go playing around like this in a high powered car.
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    Dec 02, 2013 6:57 AM GMT
    I don't know, AJ. I would find it comforting to see my beloved preserved for all eternity on the screen.

    All I have of my Mom are pictures and one cassette tape where I can faintly hear her laughing in the background.

    You want cheese on that sammich?
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    Dec 02, 2013 7:13 AM GMT
    I think it wonderful you have that and I have that too. My dad was into photography and 8mm and my step dad was into videography. And I think it's amazing that my nephews' kids will know my mother's voice. This is the first generations experiencing that. Be sure you digitize those tapes so you don't lose it.

    It's just different though, more weird online. Especially I think because there I see all the works, not really the person. Because you know it's all fake, everything, even the candid-looking interviews. That's all bullshit carefully staged. There is no hint of gay about my bud. So that parts odd. And his acting was so good that I could watch him performing live and get so caught up as to think that the character was separate from him. That he was the character, not him.

    And the other odd part is that we only knew each other for 10 years before I lost him. So there was a whole career before I knew him. A whole life that I wasn't part of. So I see some of the ego cocky crap from when he was at the height of his career, you know the stuff that wraps you around trees, that I never would have tolerated had he tried pulling that crap on me at that point of my life.

    So the reality of it shifts in those two respects. It's somewhat disturbing, not like looking at a home video of my memory.

    And yes, I'd adore cheese please on my sammich, thank you.
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    Dec 02, 2013 7:21 AM GMT
    Imagine what Jamie Lee feels like seeing her mother in that shower scene...

    Anyway, post divorce, Mom got the photos and slides and Dad got the movies...

    I don't think the woman he ended up with has any idea how valuable those movies would be to me. I can still see the important parts in my mind's eye. That's life. icon_wink.gif
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    Dec 02, 2013 7:29 AM GMT
    Too soon? icon_confused.gif

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