Bam Visits Ryan Dunn`s Crash Site

Submitted by: Fizz_Chilla 6 years ago in

Sad interview with Bam as he makes it to the crash site. Damn.
There are 99 comments:
Male 815
@malikymoo

ba-dum tss!
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Male 1,360
@Linkenberger maybe but hilarious!
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Male 2,737
No tears. What a drama queen.
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Male 1,164
When they found his body, did anyone say he was "Well Dunn"?

Too soon?
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Female 36
Man, this made me cry so hard. Even though, yeah, it was his fault, a life is a life, and I think it`s so sad to hear about anyone die in such a horrible way, and even more upsetting to watch people who truly cared for them grieve. I thought Dunn was a really funny awesome guy, it`s sad that he died in such a dumbass way. Anyway, I hope he rests in peace.
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Female 2,026
i feel no sympathy for a drunk speeding driver. what a jackass
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Male 8,550
jonnycake63-"Ahhh McGrendel what a classy guy. Attacking others posts"

Whom did I attack? (the rest of your post was funny, though).

I just refuse to feel sorry for a guy that managed to kill himself, when he was more than willing to put himself, his friend and the public at large in danger.

I do feel sympathy for Bam, though. He lost someone he loved, through no fault of his own.

There is always room for rational argument. But being asked to `respect` a guy who drinks, drives and kills himself and another is not what a rational person would consider `rational`. A rational argument would be on best ways to curb such behavior. Good argument, but futile as you can`t legislate responsibility.

p.s. I`ve decided to forgo the Baby Seal Clubbing trip this year and limit myself to hunting the elusive Giant Panda. They taste great, kinda like a cross between Bengal Tiger and Spotted Owl.
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Male 146
Ahhh McGrendel what a classy guy. Attacking others posts in order to make himself and his opinion seem more important.

For you sir, there is no such thing as a rational argument unless it coincides with your opinion on that matter. In which case I have this to mention on the matter of Dunn`s death.

Dunn was actually forced to drink and drive against his will. Al Queda was going to blow up a major U.S. city unless Dunn drank and drove at speeds of excess 130 mph. In his selfless act he did it and waited until no one was nearby to get to this speed and sacrifice his own life and his passengers by crashing thereby harming no one else and saying countless thousands of others.

@McGrendal if you refute this post than you are unAmerican and probably an undercover Russian Nazi who eats puppies and uses endangered whale oil to light your lanterns in your house. Or you might not respond because your busy on your annual baby seal clubbing trip.

RIP R
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Male 390
While it is sad, he did take his life into his own hands when he drank and got behind the wheel.
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Male 28
pariahnola: i am almost 40 and didnt lose anyone until my mom passed 4 years ago. it can happen.
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Male 28
fact: ryan dunn`s passenger had been drinking too, and made the choice to get in the car with him. Dunn did NOT murder anyone. much like russian roulette, if you choose to get in the car with someone who has been drinking, you are responsible for your own fate. That said, very sad that a bar let a guy with a .196 BAC leave on his own power.
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Male 55
@asiina Shut up you slut.
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Female 167
That`s what you get. Shame his passenger had to die for his idiocy, but thankfully nobody else did.

Ebert`s quote is correct.

I don`t give a poo who this guy is. He was a moron for drinking and driving.
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Male 605
Fu*k
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Female 1,380
awww after 2 seconds of this video, I started bawling. For some reason, I get really emotional when I see men cry. RIP Ryan Dunn. You were a funny, funny man.
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Female 856
Bam should of taken someone with him, when he visited the crash site. The poor guy is completely bereft, as he said, this is the first time he has lost someone he loved. Someone should have been there to tell FOX to naff off and let him grieve for his friend.
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Male 4,902



PURE, UNADULTERATED, EVIL.......
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Female 355
pariahnola, while i lost people, most I lost before I had a real concept of death. It wasn`t until I was 21 before I had to actually experience "really" losing someone.
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Male 649
He`s never lost anybody? Really? He`s like in his thirties right? I`ve lost more people than I can count on 2 hands. Some were taken tragically and some were expected and suffered slowly before their time came. I feel bad for the guy but I have trouble believing that anyone can reach his age and not have lost anyone they care about. Just saying.
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Male 8,550
zephid-"I would never have thought that so many IAB commenters would be as cruel about the death of two people"

Talking about the reality of the situation is not `cruel`.

Talking about `what a cool guy` a drunk who manages to kill himself and a friend through his own stupidity is misguided at best, and hypocritical at worst.

Phelps is a demented fool. Kinda hope Dunn`s friends put them in their place. (and please don`t compare me to a religious zelot who wants you to go to hell, I`ve made no such comments)

But, `Classy` is not talking up a reckless drunk.

whyme73-"he didn`t deserve to die."

Your right. He didn`t. And no one has said he did.

But, undoubtably, HE thought his life was worth a little booze, a little speed and a little fun. HE made that choice, and it was a bad one.

He also thought that endangering other`s lives were worth his good time, too.

The only `lucky` thing here,
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Male 8,550
alikabul="How about a little respect?"

Respect? For a guy who recklessly put countless numbers of lives in danger just to get his `buzz on`?

Sorry, I`ve known way to many people on the receiving end of a drunk driver to respect any a$$wipe who gets $hitfaced and drives.

Nor does he deserve sympathy. A beautiful six-year old who will forever be a quadriplegic because an idiot, much like Dunn, thought it was `cool` to get wasted and drive. HE can still walk. HE never even did prison time. HE will not even acknowledge what he did.

SHE will always be confined to a chair she controls with her mouth.

SHE has my sympathy.

For HIM, and for Dunn, I only have disgust.

I`m sure had Dunn killed a little child, you would have said, "Leave the poor man alone, he was drunk and didn`t know what he was doing."
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Male 469
Wow wtf is wrong with you guys. Yes he was drinking and driving and definitely should not have but he didn`t deserve to die.
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Male 91
fock fux news
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Male 92
I would never have thought that so many IAB commenters would be as cruel about the death of two people as I have seen posted on the Ryan Dunn pages here. It`s like a Westboro rally with MeGrendel as Fred Phelps. Stay Classy IAB......
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Male 695
A guy died, people. How about a little respect? You`re no better than the guys pilfering parts of the wreck to sell on ebay.
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Male 8,550
2L82Pray-"Until the coroner releases the official report, people need to shut the F**k up "

Please try to keep up. On Wednesday June 22, 2011 the West Goshen Township Police Department received the toxicology report from Chester County Coroner`s office for Ryan Dunn. The report indicated that Mr. Dunn`s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was .196% (w/v).

They also confirmed that reconstructrion of the scene put his speed between 132 & 140 mph.

Either is stupid. Both at the same time is too stupid to live.

Sometimes, stupidity is fatal.
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Male 2,790
i hate douchey field reporters like him
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Male 3,431



"Yep, that`s how it works alright."
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Male 241
how about all those JACKASSes trying to make a dime off of somones death.
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Male 273
+4 minutes of bam crying is news ?
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Male 196
Dunn was smart Bam? Apparently not if he did something stupid like getting hammered and driving like a f***ing idiot. From Jackass to dumbass to deadass....No sympathy for Dunn.
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Male 2,436
Not even going to watch.
Dunn was funny as hell but I feel no sadness for him.
He is now a true Jackass.
Just be glad he didn`t kill anyone else except his passenger.
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Male 592
MrPeabody said what was on my mind.

On a side note: I`m baffled by how elaborated
this guys death is in the media. Like he mattered.
Like he was different from the hundreds of drunks
that die daily in traffic related accidents.
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Male 2,004
a loss is a loss no matter who or what caused it. alcohol is like guns, without it a lot of people would still be alive.

i felt really sad when they interviewed Bam
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Male 535
"friends don`t let jackasses drink and drive" is a statement he should have never apologized for! dunn was drinking and then killed himself AND ANOTHER PERSON in the crash! that is incredibly selfish behavior and really kinda feels like homicide to me
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Female 70
The only Jackass is this reporter who couldn`t step back and let a man grieve in privacy and the bastards who were looting the crash site.

No one knows if Dunn was over the legal limit or not and they won`t know until the toxicology comes back. People in this country are INNOCENT until proven Guilty. Pictures can, and are often, misleading. Until the coroner releases the official report, people need to shut the F**k up and respect the grief of this man`s family and friends
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Male 8,550
Fizz_Chilla-"shut the hell up"

Nah, don`t think so.

Fizz_Chilla-"Two men are dead"

...through Dunn`s stupidity.

Fizz_Chilla-"and people are upset about it"

...also through Dunn`s stupidity.

Fizz_Chilla-"end result is that someone is dead"

People end up dead every day:
Some for noble reasons (soldiers, law enforcement, firefighters).
Some for no reason at all.
Some, such as this case, because they were stupid.

Fizz_Chilla-"Quit the stupid arguing"

Haven`t been her long, have ya?

Fizz_Chilla-"and just be either upset"

Not going to be upset over an idiot.

Fizz_Chilla-"or ignorant of it all"

We`ll leave the ignorance to others.
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Male 17,511
MrPeabody Well said, I agree wholeheartedly.
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Male 60
True story:

A couple decades ago, a couple guys were street-racing inebriated near where my mom used to live. As they turned a corner, they collided head on with another car that had a newly-wed couple in it. THEY DIDN`T DIE (instantly). No, the car caught on fire, and they burned alive (the couple). The guy racing lived though, and when the cops learned what happened, they FORCED him, against his will, to see what he had done. They made him look at the charred corpses and smell the burnt flesh.

I have no sympathy whatsoever for people that drive like this. It puts innocent people at risk. When my mom`s ex was driving home from work, he saw what had happened shortly afterwards and saw the wreck and the couple. He was pale for weeks and didn`t speak much. Traumatizing...
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Male 119
Umm, why did this make the news? Oh yea, you dumbasses actually care about this stupid poo.
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Female 34
@Lantis & others; Dunn did kill someone other than just himself, he had a good friend of theirs in the passenger side, and he died too.
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Male 76
All the inconsiderates who are putting a complete downer on this post by saying Ryan Dunn was an idiot, shut the hell up. Two men are dead, and people are upset about it. It doesn`t matter how, why, etc, the end result is that someone is dead. Quit the stupid arguing and just be either upset, or ignorant of it all.

Also my first submission yay :D
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Male 8,550
MrPeabody-" maybe it will inspire someone to get the help they need before they kill themselves or someone else."

That would be the ideal outcome.

BUT

Knowing his fan base, a good many of them will go out and get drunk `in honor of Ryan`, and actually think it`s a fitting tribute.

Went to college with a guy who was a drunk. Driving drunk, he T-boned an elementary school teacher, killing himself and her.

His pals go to his grave every year, get drunk `in honor of our old drinking budy`, and even leave a six-pack on his grave.

The do not see the causality between getting drunk and dying while driving drunk.

Basically, they`re idiots.
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Female 27
*often don`t kill themselves
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Female 27
Everyone is entitled to be stupid and have `fun`and even risk their life, but the thing with drunk driving is, you are putting everyone on the road with you in danger,and most of the time,drunk drivers don`t kill themselves, they kill other drivers. Best thing about this is at least he didnt kill anyone else on the road that night.
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Male 1,920
"I FIND IT EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE THAT THIS HAS BEEN POSTED, NO ONE SHOULD BE VOYERISTICALLY WATCHING THE GREIF OF THIS MAN, IT IS SICK."

My sister in law was killed by a "jack ass" just like him. There was nothing left of her car, She never had a chance. I find that offensive. Thankfully he only took himself and his passenger out. It could have been worse. This is not voyeurism, it shows the reality of what people like this leave behind, and maybe it will inspire someone to get the help they need before they kill themselves or someone else.
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Male 8,550
Oystah-"McGrendal - you seem to really enjoy that." *btw, it`s mEgrendel*

Not at all. No one wanted him to get hurt. But I have no sympathy for some idiot that killed himself through his own stupidity.

Have fun golfing. If a lightening storm comes up, I hope you`re smart enough not to be walking around with a metal rod in your hand. If you`re NOT smart enough to walk around an electrical storm carrying a lightening rod, you will not get any sympathy from me.

It`s called `personal responsibility`.

Dunn was not smart enough (more likely not personally respsonible enough) to realize driving (fast) while drunk could get him killed.

Again, no sympathy for Dunn.

Now, had he run over an innocent bystander, THEN I would be sympathetic..to the innocent bystander. My feeling for Dunn would have been rage.

As it is, he killed himself through his own stupidity. My feeling is, "meh". Better him than an inn
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Male 25,416
Sad.... its odd to see Bam actually human. That ebay crap at the end is sh:t
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Male 8,550
emmettyville-"what kind off non-nice individual films this then puts it on the internet"

Yeah, it usually goes on the evening news.

Seriously, exactly how long has it been since you`ve watched ANY news media? This is what they exist for.
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Female 4,039
Congratulations, McGrendal - you seem to really enjoy that. I`m about to leave work and go golfing - there`s a chance of a thunderstorm. If I get struck by lightning, I won`t come to you for sympathy ;)
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Male 591
MeGrendel - exactly! You took the words out of my mouth.
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Male 8,550
Report is out:

Blood alcohol level 0.196. OVer 2x legal limit.
Estimates speed possibly in excess 140mph.

It`s official: Idiot killed himself by being stupid.
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Female 4,441
THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE EVER COMMENTED ENTIRELY IN CAPS LOCK, BUT I FEEEL THAT STRONGLY ABOUT THIS.
I FIND IT EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE THAT THIS HAS BEEN POSTED, NO ONE SHOULD BE VOYERISTICALLY WATCHING THE GREIF OF THIS MAN, IT IS SICK.
seriously, what kind off non-nice individual films this then puts it on the internet? leave them alone.
hey, I`ll watch them beating the s hit out of the westboro`s but not this.
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Female 165
It`s sad he`s dead...but its hard to feel pity when he was drunk driving and did it to himself.
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Male 219
C`mon, we all saw this coming, I`m surprised it didn`t happen earlier with steve-o
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Female 164
The Jackass will never be the same without Ryan Dunn. RIP dude. Thanks for all the tears you made me shed while laughing hard.
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Female 164
The Jackass will never be the same without Ryan Dunn. RIP dude. Thanks for all the tears you made me shed while laughing hard.
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Male 8,550
zombunny-"a grieving friend wants nothing more than for people to stick cameras in his face right now. Classy."

Bam has lived his life being less than classy in front of a camera.

He lives in a house called `Castle Bam`, he`s starred in Jackass movies, and even `Veva La Bam`, and a new show called `Bam`s World Domination`.

He`s spent his life seeking publicity. Why should the press all of a sudden give him privacy just because his friend managed to kill himself?
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Female 2,525
Yeah I`m sure a grieving friend wants nothing more than for people to stick cameras in his face right now. Classy.
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Male 14,331
@xxamsey

You`re ignoring the speed he was going.
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Male 90
RIP Ryan Dunn msy the next life be better and crazier for you than this one
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Male 8,550
DrProfessor-"You didn`t know him,"

People only knew him by his actions. He made a living of getting drunk, doing stupid stunts and acting like an idiot.

DrProfessor-"and you can`t pass judgment on someone"

Anyone who is willing to act out his life in front of cameras (i.e. the public eye) has no argument over people `judging` them. The minute he offered himself up to being a celebrity, he opened himself up to judgement. If he didn`t want the latter, he should have avoided the former.

DrProfessor-"over one mistake."

Dunn did not die due to `one mistake`. He died as a culmination of his lifestyle. His only `mistake` was in believing there would never be repercussions. It caught up with him. Think about it as Evolution in Action.

"Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life."-Dean Wormer
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Female 857
Five seconds into this video I bawled.

People are jumping to the conclusion that he was completely smashed when he jumped behind the wheel- a few drinks in a four hour span for a big guy who drinks frequently is not a lot to drink.
We don`t know the circumstances behind the tragedy. The roads were obviously terrible and maybe a deer could`ve ran across the road. We don`t know.
RIP Random Hero.
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Male 694
What a waste of a beautiful beard.
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Male 3,894
Alright. As far as we know, Ryan Dunn died in a stupid way. Drinking and driving is a terrible decision, with a huge risk to those involved. We`ve been taught that since we were old enough to understand the concept.

However, that doesn`t change what sort of person he was before he died, or the impact he had on people`s lives. He was an entertaining man, funny, and probably a lot more than that to those who knew him well.

To anyone saying he was an idiot and a horrible person: Shut up. You didn`t know him, and you can`t pass judgment on someone over one mistake. What if someone decided to define you by your worst decision?

To anyone idolizing him: In all reality, he was just a man. He was funny, he was one of the more memorable Jackass members, and it`s sad that we lost him. Try not to blow it out of proportion.
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Male 3,894
"And frankly, I think it`s a disgrace Thomas."
...almost as much of a disgrace as leeching off of the tragedy of someone`s death, and milking their friend`s emotion in a private moment?

Side note: As hard as it is to watch someone struggling through this kind of experience, it reminds me of how much of a child Bam is at heart.
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Male 622
@tedgp go phuck yourself you european fagggg
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Female 1,148
Some comments are straight up rude and disrespectful. It shouldn`t matter how the person died, no one should mock and make fun of someone`s or anyone`s death. If it was your mother who was being an idiot and decided to drive drunk and crash, you wouldn`t want people to go around calling her an idiot as you`re trying to mourn her loss.
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Male 639
First of all, I don`t consider providing a service few are willing to provide stupid, I consider it a good business model. There was a demand and he had a supply. That`s how capitalism works. You don`t have to buy his service but I don`t fault Pepsi for providing a good that many enjoy that I find distasteful.

I don`t care if you`ve never driven drunk, I haven`t either. However, a lot have and they haven`t died and I don`t think they deserve to die for one mistake. But have you ever forgotten to put on your blinker before merging or taken a turn too fast? Not as likely to crash, but the results are the same. Anyway I`m sure you`ve done something extravehicular that put your life and others at risk, we all have and it would be unfortunate if someone died no matter whose fault it was.
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Male 423
This is no tragedy just some dumbass that was drunk driving, he deserved that, you wanna do stupid things then die in a stupid way, and Jackass was never funny...
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Male 182
hey steelgrid why dont you put that rooster back in your mouth you dumbass
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Male 622
Some of you act like you have never done anything stupid that could put others in harms way. im sure you do it alot more then you think. fact of the matter is people lost a friend, and a family member. its sad. i wish them all the best.
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Male 362
I`m gonna get me dem car parts!!
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Female 4,039
@Steelgrid - while I appreciate yours and everyone else`s point of view, I doubt RD put a gun to the other dude`s head and forced him into the car - if he was that drunk, the other guy was just as irresponsible (or drunk) - he could have called a cab, taken away the keys, refused to get in the car, etc. etc. etc. It`s an accident, plain and simple. No one knows what happened in that car but those two guys. And though I do realize he was probably under the influence, can we not forget tox results won`t come out for about a month?
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Male 8,550
kingpong-"It was who he was when he was alive that gained him a following."

He lived his life as an idiot doing dumb things.
He became famous as an idiot doing dumb things.
He died as an idiot doing dumb things.

Parris Hilton gained a following, too. That does not make her any less an idiot, or less annoying.

kingpong-"have you never put yourself or others in a bad situation"

I can honestly say that I`ve never put myself, my passengers nor the public at large at danger by being an idiot and driving drunk.

So, yes, I can say he was an idiot that managed to kill himself and his passenger by being an idiot.

A `tragedy` would be had he killed an innocent bystander.

THIS is just his lifestyle catching up to him. No tragedy.
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Male 354
130MPH is not drunk driving its just being stupid while driving.
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Male 2,700
"He was a hero to me and others because he represented the best parts of America."

You do NOT speak for Americans yo. He definalty did NOT stand for the best of America. As far as this dude being your hero....For one, choose a new role model, for two, he killed someone else in his stupidity. he also endangered the lives of EVERYONE he drove past on the road. This also makes you think about how many times he did it before. its not that he "Got caught", the dude KILLED someone else. it was completely his fault with no way to "PC" what he did. Had he survived, he would have been a murderer.

Is he still your hero?
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Male 639
Jesus Christ people, it`s not how he died that made people like him. It was who he was when he was alive that gained him a following. Dunn got caught and unfortunately took someone with him, that doesn`t negate everything else he was. He was a hero to me and others because he represented the best parts of America. He was somebody who wasn`t necessarily the best or brightest but found a way to success. He showed it`s possible to escape the kitchen, factory, and construction jobs everyone else thought they were doomed to have forever. He gave people hope that they could do better than what they have now. Did he phuck up? Yes, more so than most. But honestly ask yourself this, have you never put yourself or others in a bad situation, even unintentionally? If you say yes, you`re either a liar or incredibly boring. He got caught, it was bound to happen eventually, but it`s still a tragedy to so many people. Learn some manners and don`t talk shtit about people who can`t talk back.
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Male 220
now bam starts treating your parents nicer
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Male 230
:(
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Male 1,557
Unfortunate, but I hope this publicly will be referred to and used as an example against drink driving.

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Male 17,511
I`ve lost a family member due to the actions of a drunk driver, her son has not been right since that accident.

Before you attempt to drive while intoxicated, remember this! You DO NOT WANT your friends and relatives grieving over you for something that can easily be prevented.

If you know someone is intoxicated and attempting to drive, STOP THEM, please.
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Female 1,784
I hate bam but I do feel for the guy :( super sad. you never get over a loss of a friend. I lost a best friend, worst thing is we had a huge fight before he took his life... Ill never ever forgive myself for it. I know it wasent my fault but I wish we left on a better note.
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Male 2,700
"I love how americans glorify him as some sort of hero. "

I love how dumbfuqs like you use nationallity again with no base. No one is making him a hero, people are just saying its sad. Sad that he died early and sad that someone else died because of his stupidity. No one is cheering this dude as a hero you stupid schit. no one is celebrating how he died, people are just celebrating his life.

Oh and BTW, people from your country watch the show too....So get up off your high horse and pull the stick from your ass.
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Male 762
I like how Bam linked his overblown, spoiled brat, rock star destruction of a rental van to some sort of supernatural connection to Dunn`s death. It is a coincidence beyond drugs and alcohol or the fact that he probably pulls poo like that every night. They are just like teenagers in their nieve indestructible attitudes, only they are adults and should know better. This is Bam`s realization that should have come 20 years earlier.
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Male 1,596
destroying a rental van for no reason, what a prick
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Male 794
i lost my father earlier this year and i had to hop on a flight for 12 hours and then drive for another 4 after i landed, i know exactly how hard that is to be surrounded by people who have no idea while all you want to do is cry, and there is no one that understands you. I dont agree with drinking and driving i lost a few friends that way and one of my best friends went to prison after killing an innocent pedestrian, i dont ever drink and drive, too bad others dont follow that advice, RIP Ryan Dunn, your CKY tapes are still part of my permanent collection, hang in there Bam.
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Male 383
@tedgp ; it seems to me that, at least on here, there`s a consensus that he was an idiot for driving whilst drunk.
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Male 3,285
I love how americans glorify him as some sort of hero.

He got drunk. He got in a car with a passenger. He broke the speed limit while drink driving, thinking he was cool. He crashed teh car and both occupants burned alive. He deserves no respect.
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Female 4,039
:`( It`s so hard to see someone mourn a loss - it`s a painful, painful experience. The price you pay for love is grief.

*HUG* to you, Meep.
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Male 14,331
Lesson from this don`t get smashed and drive your penis extention extremely fast.
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Male 1,735
This is what happens when you encourage people to be drunk and stupid. They get drunk and do stupid things, at least they didn`t take anyone else with them. I feel bad for the passenger, but not for the driver, he did it to him self and deserves no pity for being that stupid. Which is what he was famous for, being stupid.

I`m not trying to be cold, or heartless, just trying to be honest, I will not mourn for someone who kills them self and specially not when they take someone else with them.
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Male 6,693
I know exactly how Bam feels. My Buddy died 4 years ago and I still miss him every day.
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Female 843
I never really liked Bam (but I`ve only seen his TV personality, he could be completely different in real life), but watching the video I just wanted to give him a hug. That`s gotta be such a horrible feeling :(

People stealing things from the crash are just pathetic. I really hope they get caught.
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Male 8,550
And the lesson we can learn from this: "Stupidity Can Be Fatal."
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Male 5,314
i suppose that`s what happens when you drink and drive extremely fast, doesn`t it?
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Female 1,435
pretty sad.
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Male 586
pff. I don`t see why this is sad. This is retarded. Dunn is a complete idiot.
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Male 76
Link: Bam Visits Ryan Dunn`s Crash Site [Rate Link] - Sad interview with Bam as he makes it to the crash site. Damn.
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