Loss of a RJ Member - Shower_Stud

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    Feb 01, 2013 6:42 PM GMT


    My deepest condolences
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    Feb 01, 2013 6:51 PM GMT
    My condolences to any and ALL who knew Him in any way.

    Death is a reality that feels like time stopping.



    To the OP - try to understand that many scams and hoaxes have been played out on RJ.

    No one was trying to hurt or offend You at a difficult time...but for those of Us who have been here awhile, it is only natural to question the validty.


    Again, My condolences.
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    Feb 01, 2013 6:56 PM GMT
    theantijock said
    archon saidthere will come a day when humanity will live in a society where death is not feared because its nature would be understood, that society will be goldenicon_surprised.gif


    Offering condolence on the loss of a loved one does not emanate from fear, but as an expression of empathy for those experiencing sorrow arising from the loss of familiarity & companionship. Accepting humanity and not being opportunistic during a moment's grief is golden.


    no u don't understand, if u knew the truth about death u would not weep or feel sorrow. and u don't understand the meaning of my words because your mind is small, a society like that is beyond your comprehension my friend.
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    Feb 01, 2013 6:59 PM GMT
    Erik101 said
    theantijock said
    archon saidthere will come a day when humanity will live in a society where death is not feared because its nature would be understood, that society will be goldenicon_surprised.gif


    Offering condolence on the loss of a loved one does not emanate from fear, but as an expression of empathy for those experiencing sorrow arising from the loss of familiarity & companionship. Accepting humanity and not being opportunistic during a moment's grief is golden.


    +1

    Sorry for your loss OP!


    plus a smack you in the faceicon_rolleyes.gif
  • buffjack

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    Feb 01, 2013 7:00 PM GMT
    Sincere condolences to his family and to you. Also, big thanks to you for your service.
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    Feb 01, 2013 7:03 PM GMT
    I think I may of spoke with him once about a year ago??? It's really sad to hear icon_sad.gif
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    Feb 01, 2013 7:10 PM GMT
    Cash saidMy condolences to any and ALL who knew Him in any way.

    Death is a reality that feels like time stopping.



    To the OP - try to understand that many scams and hoaxes have been played out on RJ.

    No one was trying to hurt or offend You at a difficult time...but for those of Us who have been here awhile, it is only natural to question the validty.


    Again, My condolences.


    Also in the wake of Te'o's fake gf, you never know...
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    Feb 01, 2013 7:59 PM GMT
    archon said
    theantijock said
    archon saidthere will come a day when humanity will live in a society where death is not feared because its nature would be understood, that society will be goldenicon_surprised.gif


    Offering condolence on the loss of a loved one does not emanate from fear, but as an expression of empathy for those experiencing sorrow arising from the loss of familiarity & companionship. Accepting humanity and not being opportunistic during a moment's grief is golden.


    no u don't understand, if u knew the truth about death u would not weep or feel sorrow. and u don't understand the meaning of my words because your mind is small, a society like that is beyond your comprehension my friend.


    How about you learn to read before you run your mouth off. Regardless of how you perceive death, fact is that it has this nasty little habit of removing from our physical lives those we love so you can't touch them, talk to them, hear their voice, smell their breath. All of what was familiar is gone and that is what we rightfully & naturally grieve. It's called being human.

    Had you any sense of the humanity you enjoy thinking yourself capable of fully comprehending in all your mistaken grandiosity, you'd have had compassion enough to refrain from proselytizing your horseshit here. Why don't you just go join the rest of your Westboro clan and see what other mourners you can upset.

    You are a bore on ignore. Click. Buh bye.
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    Feb 01, 2013 8:17 PM GMT
    theantijock said
    archon said
    theantijock said
    archon saidthere will come a day when humanity will live in a society where death is not feared because its nature would be understood, that society will be goldenicon_surprised.gif


    Offering condolence on the loss of a loved one does not emanate from fear, but as an expression of empathy for those experiencing sorrow arising from the loss of familiarity & companionship. Accepting humanity and not being opportunistic during a moment's grief is golden.


    no u don't understand, if u knew the truth about death u would not weep or feel sorrow. and u don't understand the meaning of my words because your mind is small, a society like that is beyond your comprehension my friend.


    How about you learn to read before you run your mouth off. Regardless of how you perceive death, fact is that it has this nasty little habit of removing from our physical lives those we love so you can't touch them, talk to them, hear their voice, smell their breath. All of what was familiar is gone and that is what we rightfully & naturally grieve. It's called being human.

    Had you any sense of the humanity you enjoy thinking yourself capable of fully comprehending in all your mistaken grandiosity, you'd have had compassion enough to refrain from proselytizing your horseshit here. Why don't you just go join the rest of your Westboro clan and see what other mourners you can upset.

    You are a bore on ignore. Click. Buh bye.



    buahahaha why you mad jahaha!!!

    there a little thing called change, nothing can escape from it, time waits for no one, change will happen rather you like it or not, people come in go rather through death or not. you being the smaller minded primitive man don't know or can't understand what change is. races, civilization, worlds, life, all end, and begin, part of the the principal of rhythm, just like the tides. there is a high tide and a low tide for everything. but people are never gone, they are forever. tehehe well I'm glad I'm on your ignore list I'm glad i was able to get under your skin and cause you to get upset so badly hahaha. here is a lesson for you, life is not that serious,icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif time to find more mourners to upseticon_twisted.gif
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    Feb 01, 2013 9:40 PM GMT
    theantijock said
    archon said
    theantijock said
    archon saidthere will come a day when humanity will live in a society where death is not feared because its nature would be understood, that society will be goldenicon_surprised.gif


    Offering condolence on the loss of a loved one does not emanate from fear, but as an expression of empathy for those experiencing sorrow arising from the loss of familiarity & companionship. Accepting humanity and not being opportunistic during a moment's grief is golden.


    no u don't understand, if u knew the truth about death u would not weep or feel sorrow. and u don't understand the meaning of my words because your mind is small, a society like that is beyond your comprehension my friend.


    How about you learn to read before you run your mouth off. Regardless of how you perceive death, fact is that it has this nasty little habit of removing from our physical lives those we love so you can't touch them, talk to them, hear their voice, smell their breath. All of what was familiar is gone and that is what we rightfully & naturally grieve. It's called being human.

    Had you any sense of the humanity you enjoy thinking yourself capable of fully comprehending in all your mistaken grandiosity, you'd have had compassion enough to refrain from proselytizing your horseshit here. Why don't you just go join the rest of your Westboro clan and see what other mourners you can upset.

    You are a bore on ignore. Click. Buh bye.


    + 1,000000000000000000000000000000
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    Feb 01, 2013 11:36 PM GMT
    Alright, let's can the fighting at this point.

    Sorry to 09ArmyJock about the loss of your friend. I've been in that position where I've had to decide about telling people on a forum. Sorry about our suspicion and insensitivity, please don't take it personally. It's really nice to see people being almost fully nice and compassionate here. It doesn't happen much. icon_smile.gif

    The details about his death are none of our business. Don't feel pressured to talk more about it.

    Hugs to you and the memory of a lost member.

    It's sensible that profiles get removed when someone dies because they can no longer remove the profile themselves, and it's safer to remove it just in case the deceased wanted that. I've been toying with a topic about this.. I'll get around to it some day.
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    Feb 02, 2013 12:39 AM GMT
    MuscleComeBack said
    Admin is not our censor. Free speech - hateful or not - is free speech and its up to us as adults to mitigate without some fascistic oversight. But protecting privacy is his job and he is respectful enough to protect that person's private life from being fodder without his permission after their death. while we would like to know a fellow member after his passing, it's much better to act swiftly to guard him as we would anyone we care for, and so the policy seems very compassionate, fair, and wise.


    To the thread's point, I'm sad to learn of the loss of this young man. No matter our strength and ability in a 'jockish' virtual world, it remains a fragile life - always. Condolences to his friends and loved ones.
    r.


    Can I go on record and request that if anything bad happened to me, that my profile be not removed right away? It's a refection of who I am, and I would see deleting my profile before my body is cold as deeply disrespectful, in a way an anti-obituary.
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    Feb 02, 2013 12:41 AM GMT
    Losing anyone you care about is rough, especially when they are young and had a life ahead of them.

    Remember the good times and celebrate a life that was.
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    Feb 03, 2013 1:28 AM GMT
    robbie2013 saidsome sites will delete your profile if you go for a period of time without logging in.............and yes some sites you will remain on forever unless someone deletes it for you


    Yes I know someone who died a few years back and they are still on linked in
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    Feb 03, 2013 1:48 AM GMT
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    buahahaha why you mad jahaha!!!

    there a little thing called change, nothing can escape from it, time waits for no one, change will happen rather you like it or not, people come in go rather through death or not. you being the smaller minded primitive man don't know or can't understand what change is. races, civilization, worlds, life, all end, and begin, part of the the principal of rhythm, just like the tides. there is a high tide and a low tide for everything. but people are never gone, they are forever. tehehe well I'm glad I'm on your ignore list I'm glad i was able to get under your skin and cause you to get upset so badly hahaha. here is a lesson for you, life is not that serious,icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif time to find more mourners to upseticon_twisted.gif


    Wow are you serious? "Time to find more mourners to upset." That's some grade A trolling. By the way, despite how hard you try to sound enlightened or intelligent, you do NOT come off that way. Grow up.

    Sorry for your loss OP.
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    Feb 03, 2013 2:09 AM GMT
    Oh wow, I am sorry to hear about your loss. Although I never got a chance to meet this guy, he seem like an interesting person. This remind me of all the goals I want to accomplish before dieing and I am going to get working on them. Life is too short. Today we might be here, tomorrow we are gone. A moment of silence on his behalf.
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    Feb 03, 2013 6:28 AM GMT
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    archon said


    buahahaha why you mad jahaha!!!

    there a little thing called change, nothing can escape from it, time waits for no one, change will happen rather you like it or not, people come in go rather through death or not. you being the smaller minded primitive man don't know or can't understand what change is. races, civilization, worlds, life, all end, and begin, part of the the principal of rhythm, just like the tides. there is a high tide and a low tide for everything. but people are never gone, they are forever. tehehe well I'm glad I'm on your ignore list I'm glad i was able to get under your skin and cause you to get upset so badly hahaha. here is a lesson for you, life is not that serious,icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif time to find more mourners to upseticon_twisted.gif


    Wow are you serious? "Time to find more mourners to upset." That's some grade A trolling. By the way, despite how hard you try to sound enlightened or intelligent, you do NOT come off that way. Grow up.

    Sorry for your loss OP.


    lmao nope i am not trying to sound like nothing, I'm just letting you know whats good. and i can do what i want, stop acting like a dumb ass law abiding citizen and you grow the fuck up and your brain. so fucking stupidicon_rolleyes.gif lmao
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    Feb 03, 2013 6:56 AM GMT
    He was such a funny guy always knew what to say to make a a guy laugh his heart out

    May he rest in peace
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    Feb 03, 2013 7:36 AM GMT
    This is tragic and I am sad....my condolences honestly...