Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Trusteft, Feb 26, 2017.
What a shame. He was one of the good ones.
Game over man, game over!
R.I.P and 61 is way too young.
Very very sad news ...2017 shaping up to be as bad as 2016
This really came as a shock! And, it was due to complications from surgery. Anyone know yet what surgery he was having?
I had an uncle a few years ago that went in for what was considered to be routine surgery...and died from complications. There is no routine surgery IMHO.
Admittedly, it was a surprise to see the big pile of shit die so soon.
I enjoyed Bill, too bad. When I think of Tornados or Dodge trucks I will remember Bill
honestly was that necessary? Your a grumpy complicated sort, but you could just avoid posting comments like that mate. That alone should violate the Terms of Agreement. If you have nothing constructive to say, then let it go.
You might want to understand the depth of that statement before making that insinuation/assumption.... grumpy? far from it...
That's why I quoted him, so that he couldn't change it on us.
^ big pile of shit AKA Bill Paxton
I should state... i actually met the man and had a brief conversation with him along with sigourney weaver
What's this, it looks familiar.
It's chet as a big pile of shit from weird science
Wow, good memory. (or you watch it often). I don't even remember the character. Thanks.
Again, in our own universe you manage to find something clever...touche...
but clearly this is a smart ass way of finding some other gotcha Judas..
You are weird...
Fun fact.... the statement i made was nearly identical to most of my families response to finding out he had died.... my father was the first to utter "The pile of shit died"......
I wouldn't say it's a "gotcha"..... life/death are one in the same in a way.... if you can't joke about one... you can't really make a joke about any of it.... people put this absurd kind of "stale air like fog" when it comes to death.... making absurd claims that it's disrespectful to do anything but walk on pins and needles... avoid offending anyone.... avoid coming across as some kind of heartless person in the eyes that hold these absurd ideals and chastise those that don't comply with them at all... having a very different perception and idea about death or the death of someone is fine.... while i don't exclusively or go out of my way to point the finger at people that mourn in their own way that is typically sad and depressing atmosphere..... i either couldn't give a flying -_- or i'll find humor in it, no different than the laughs i and my sisters had at our grandmothers/grand fathers funerals.... but for some strange reason... finding way to make a joke and laughing about it at all in those situations seems to make people assume the worst of those laughing and go out of their way to reprimand them
That's fact at best.
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