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I found out yesterday a good friend of mine had died last week. I find it so hard to believe with my memories of this guy so clear still...to fathom him not being around anymore is a hard thing to accept. I can't stress enough how this has contributed to April being a raw fucking month. And he was my age too which makes it even more rough

 

I met dude in a film class when i saw him sketching throwies in his note margins. Pretty much after that we went on all night missions going straight to class the next day with no sleep and painty clothes. Playing chess, drinking beer with PHO, talking shit to his worthless roomate....etc...

 

He won't ever get to see how I took all of his advice and poured it into my work to make for huge improvments in just a year and a half. Fuck, that really bothers me.

 

Thanks for reading this...he's missed by a lot of people.

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dude..respect an rest in peace to your boy..i lost a friend tragically like 8 years ago man and it is something that takes time man the best thing we can do is continue to honor them in rememberance you know take their moms out you know i still feel like my homie is around me

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im sorry to hear that man

I lost a good friend last year.. this coming June will be the first anniversary

its never easy to deal with, but as cliche as it sounds, as time goes by you'll think of the good times and smile about fond memories, ya know?

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im sorry to hear that man

I lost a good friend last year.. this coming June will be the first anniversary

its never easy to deal with, but as cliche as it sounds, as time goes by you'll think of the good times and smile about fond memories, ya know?

 

I know what you're saying man....I appreciate it but the recency of this is still pretty brutal to me.

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its extremely hard to lose a friend. much sympathy goes out to you and yours. I know the feeling to well, and its extremelypainful. Stay strong.

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I feel you man... I've been through a somewhat similar experience recently, and shit is tough.

 

Ralphy is right-- if you know the family, it can really mean a lot to them if you come around and chill with them, take Moms out to dinner, whatever. As for you, all you can do is remember the god times, maybe paint him a piece, and let time do its thing.

 

Best wishes.

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Guest R@ndomH3ro

Feel bad, RIP Len's Friend.

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my friend was just killed in september..its never easy to accept these type of things knowing that you can never see them again.sorry to hear about your loss.

 

hope you feel better.rest in peace.

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Thanks.

 

I want to visit his family and pay my respects next week. I kept in touch with his dad for a long time but....

 

 

I had so many chances to see this guy when he was still being taken care of but i didn't and now he's dead and i'll never see him alive again.....I feel incredible guilt because of that.

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RIP, yeah i was lookigng thru a black book saw a deceased homie's tag shit got me spooked after a few flashbacks and shit when i hung out with him when he was alive

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I've lost in the past and its kinda surreal. I almost dont believe they are gone. It's hard. They say time heals all wounds but death seems to leave scars.

 

RIP len's friend.

 

(Maybe a RIP piece would help with the closure?)

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I'm thinking about doing a big memorial for him when i have time.

 

I'll keep getting his name up for him....going to pull double duty for my boy

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I had so many chances to see this guy when he was still being taken care of but i didn't and now he's dead and i'll never see him alive again.....I feel incredible guilt because of that.

 

 

same situation late last year, no piont thinking about it

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Death is completley fucked up.

I can't get my head around it. When I think about it, I go into to deep thoughts and it scares the shit out of me

 

 

sorry to hear about your friend.

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You'll be alright but it's gonna suck for a while.

I think the point about seeing the family is a very valid one.

It'll be painfull because they'll have memories of him that'll differ to yours but in the end you'll feel better for it and if homie is looking down he'll be grateful to.

 

and a huge R.I.P burner and some of his favorite beer in a spot he would have loved with people he liked will help too!

 

Rest in peace

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