A Great Loss (DMW)

twista

Sexy Member
Verified
Gold
Joined
Jul 17, 2003
Posts
140
Media
1
Likes
92
Points
448
Location
Louisiana (United States)
Verification
View
Sexuality
90% Straight, 10% Gay
Sorry for the late redundant DMW post but it was only yesterday I logged in and read of his death. My first reaction was disbelief. When I first read the post I scanned through all of the replys hoping to see DMW's reply saying this was some sick joke, but alas there was none. Although I didn't know him well, I did look forward to reading his post and do feel some sort of a loss. It's tragic because he was so young and his death reconfirms my own mortality. It is ironic that a week ago I deleted a PM reply he sent me. I kept it for months and never touched and the day after I delete it he passes away, I wish I would have kept it if only to have a small part of him still around. Although we knew but a fraction of who he was, I know he will be missed. My condolensceses to his family.
 
9

9877

Guest
Many moons ago I used to post on here quite a bit (I drifted away and my username ended up deleted)

He was always a very nice guy, I had a great deal of time for him and we still said hello now and again, how's things going etc.

I really feel for his poor family, the best to them during this terrible time.

Peace Perfect Peace.
 

sizeworshipper

Admired Member
Joined
May 26, 2004
Posts
252
Media
78
Likes
948
Points
748
Age
53
Location
Warren (Michigan, United States)
Sexuality
Pansexual
Gender
Male
I've never had the pleasure of chatting with him but I am saddened by this event.
I lost a friend last year...young fit and dropped from a heart attack in front of his friends and even cpr didn't revive him.
If this teaches us anything it is to cherish all moments and treat people like we want to be treated.

....my 2 cents...