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post #76 of 115
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Originally Posted by svelten View Post
Ditto on car forums. I've been around a few and quite a number of respected members have passed on. Wasn't there a rather prolific guy on SF who became extremely broke and vanished without a trace without sending some items? That's close enough to it.

Bergdorf Goodwill? I thought someone knew of his whereabouts.
post #77 of 115
Try joining a motorcycle forum. I thought about buying a bike some years past and started lurking a couple of forums to do my research, and they had a whole bunch of stickied RIP and serious accident threads. I'm sure riding is pretty safe with the right skill and attitude, but reading those threads plus a cousin getting killed in a crash put a pretty permanent end to that idea in my head...
post #78 of 115
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post
Try joining a motorcycle forum. I thought about buying a bike some years past and started lurking a couple of forums to do my research, and they had a whole bunch of stickied RIP and serious accident threads. I'm sure riding is pretty safe with the right skill and attitude, but reading those threads plus a cousin getting killed in a crash put a pretty permanent end to that idea in my head...

This is why I am pretty much done with bike forums, despite having a bike. Of course, I really don't ride that bike.....

Mike
post #79 of 115
What suit do you want to be buried in thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=200941
post #80 of 115
You guys don't get the "raid deceased member's closet" PSAs?
post #81 of 115
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
I'll probably be killed by GOP operatives within a few years so you'll hear about it.

But it will look like an accident
post #82 of 115
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Originally Posted by Howell31 View Post
when loved forum member gives up the ghost, someone should start a "viewing" thread. post pics of the dead dude in his open box....give people a chance to pay their respects (or disprects). something to think about for all those wills...

WAYWES (what are you wearing for eternal slumber) ?
post #83 of 115
Aren't we all dying a little each and every day?
post #84 of 115
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post
Try joining a motorcycle forum. I thought about buying a bike some years past and started lurking a couple of forums to do my research, and they had a whole bunch of stickied RIP and serious accident threads. I'm sure riding is pretty safe with the right skill and attitude, but reading those threads plus a cousin getting killed in a crash put a pretty permanent end to that idea in my head...

Even with the "right skill and attitude" (which I'm sure all the dead riders thought they had), riding a cycle is one of the more dangerous activities that the average person can engage in.

But Car and motorcycle forums would be really prone to that kind of event, just by their nature. Lots of people who like to drive fast and think they're invincible adds up to tragedy.
post #85 of 115
bamp
post #86 of 115
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
Aren't we all dying a little each and every day?
post #87 of 115
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Originally Posted by Howell31 View Post
why stop there when you could have so much fun critiquing the style, color and finish of the receptacle---not to mention the dead dudes makeup

post #88 of 115
Thread Starter 
Rest in Peace, KObalto.

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He was an e friend of mine here and bought a whole bunch of things from me on the forum back in the B&S heyday of 2010-11. He mentioned his wife would often mend some things that he got that had some pulls and tears etc, so he got them inexpensive. Fun guy to talk to and he will be missed. My prayers to his family and loved ones.
post #89 of 115
Omg is this true??! That is truly terrible - I think I interacted with him a lot on B&S as well if I'm thinking of the right person
post #90 of 115
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

Omg is this true??! That is truly terrible - I think I interacted with him a lot on B&S as well if I'm thinking of the right person

Sadly, it is.
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