Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by moreluck, Nov 30, 2013.
Yeah it's pretty sad moreluck! Fast and furious won't be the same
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As long as it has folks who'll make the movies successful at the box office it'll keep going.
Reports are that excessive speed was involved and he was not the driver. Life imitating art?
Its a shame really about his passing. Those fast n furious movies are great. He was a good dude who did alot of humanitarian work. He was down to earth unlike some of the other stars in hollywood. He actually worked at ups in california when he was younger. I took it like wow that really sux dude. Young man too at 40 and had a 15 year old daughter. RIP Paul you will be missed bro.
It is reported that he was a pretty good guy and ironically lost his life at one of the charity events he supported.
Rip Paul. I loved these movies. God bless
Time to get this discussion back on track - about the death of someone who cared about other people
My wife said he was a beautiful man
Never heard of him but from what I have seen on TV the last two days he was a really nice guy.
From my automotive background I was curious as to why, I found the story about the auto
that this person was in as a passenger.
The Porsche Carerra GT.
The sports car has a top speed of 208 mph, a very high-revving V10 engine and more than
600 horsepower, said Eddie Alterman, editor-in-chief of Car and Driver magazine.
Todd Trimble, an exotic car mechanic in Las Vegas, said the
Carrera GT is a "very hard car to drive."
Brand new, the car costs $450,000.
An oil change alone costs $900, Trimble said.
Porsche made only about 1,300 Carreras GTs.
The Carrera GT is also unusual because it has no electronic stability control.
That means it's unforgiving with mistakes.
They have a big reputation as being a car that's a handful.
Sounds awful but at least he died quickly.
Not quick enough from the sound of it.
Pass the barf bag! Speaking as somebody who endured a mere 3% burn area, I would not WANT to survive that. Extremely nasty way to go.
My dad was burned in a tanker explosion. Burning is at the bottom of the list.
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