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8-17-2009 @ 12:54AM
Ryan. I would normally respond to this sort of thing with "Troll harder." or "GTFO Troll" but in all honesty its not appropriate. None of us know David personally yet we still make the effort to comment and post our respects and condolences to him and his family. Why? Because in certain times good people, whether or not they can relate, feel the need to help each other out in situations like these.Bad people aren't the ones who don't comment on the article. You are an example of a bad person. Your "humour" is tasteless and cold and most importantly uneccessary. If you really don't care then don't comment. There really is no need for disrespectful words, especially if you even took the time to read this beautiful article. For David, his mother and for simply being an ignorant whelp, please GTFO TROLL.
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