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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-26-2008, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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RIP: author of '100 things to do before you die'

RIP: Dave Freeman, author of '100 things to do before you die'

He was only 47.

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Mortality sucks. Live life to the fullest and tell someone you love them, every day.
lots of wisdom right there

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Freeman died Aug. 17 after falling and hitting his head at his home in Venice
How f'd up is that, after all the adventure-seeking stuff he did, to die in a stupid accident in your own home. RIP

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How f'd up is that, after all the adventure-seeking stuff he did, to die in a stupid accident in your own home. RIP
Ya know, I wasn't gonna say anything... but yeah, that IS messed up.
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How f'd up is that, after all the adventure-seeking stuff he did, to die in a stupid accident in your own home. RIP
Not much info there...I wonder if he was doing something stupid, or if it was truly just a stupid trip and fall accident...

Weird.

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How f'd up is that, after all the adventure-seeking stuff he did, to die in a stupid accident in your own home. RIP
that's how it always seems to happen. people put their lives on the line and come out fine but when it's something minuscule, they either hurt themselves badly or die
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i hope that we were not related. freemans normally live longer then that.

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I can imagine he's looking down wondering what the Frack happened. Talk about "those mysterious ways".
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