June 24, 2011

More Proof That Ryan Dunn's Death Was Unavoidable


Just give one listen to this excerpt from Viva La Bam, a show that went off the air at least 4 years ago (I am to lazy to check). In it you have April Margera and Bam Margera talking about how reckless an crazy a driver Ryan Dunn is, how he wrecked numerous cars, and how he probably will.... get this.... DIE IN A CAR ACCIDENT!!! Listen for yourself:



This had to be a few years back, so why is everyone so shocked about Dunn's death? Why is Margera calling Roger Ebert and people who are criticizing Dunn out when he HIMSELF was openly discussing Dunn dying just as he did? Cut the shit Bam. I know you lost a friend, but he killed a former Navy Seal/Iraqi War Vet and could have killed many other innocent people in the process. That gets no sympathy over here at CCD. I will miss Dunn's wild behavior, but can not feel sorry for someone who didn't care about his own life's worth.

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  1. MR. Mike D. you for sure are one stupid fuck, to say shit like this!! RIP Both of them.. stop being such a fucking prick, and show some respect for both of them.

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  2. No, he's right. He killed someone else and could have killed me. I live close by and was driving those roads (sober) that night. My daughters father was killed the night I got pregnant with her by a drunk driver. I knew this guy my whole life and am still so traumatized by it. We made a child, then he was wiped out of my life by some guy who thought he was Superman.

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    1. Your story sounds very sad. Sorry for your loss....

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  3. Show some respect for someone who had no respect for others? You seem like the stupid fuck... fucker.

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    1. I don't get your point... Who should I be showing respect to, the guy who made a career out of trying to be as wild as possible and then took that behavior off camera and could have killed many others with his drunk driving? The guy who killed a non driver who happened to be a veteran, despite having the kind of money that affords you things like a driver or the ability to take a cab? The fact that he crashed doing 120 miles an hour? Is that who I should respect? No thanks...

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