Monday, December 11, 2006 6:21:21 PM
the man was a hero, walked 8 miles to find help for his family before dieing. the police were having trobles hiking the trails, the man went through hell for his family, he did more than reveiwed mp3s. look at cnet and everything on there, he did alot, and he is a hero, rip.
Monday, December 11, 2006 1:37:09 AM
It was terribly sad. I'm worried now that as a resident of Oregon everyone`s going to think that 99.99% of the state is the unforgiving wilderness (as stated by CNN). :\ It isn`t.
But also, apparently people had been lost on that road before. You`d think rescue crews would check that road when people went missing. D:
Monday, December 11, 2006 1:25:10 AM
kpforizzle: your making me sound like i was insulting him. he died almost a week ago. there is still stuff on the news about it today. many celebrities don't get that much airtime after they pass away. i don`t mean to question his importance or respect at all. so stop acting all he-man with me and either agree or disagree.
Sunday, December 10, 2006 10:06:36 PM
RIP James Kim. I think I saw his video before on CNet and recently read a news story about the search for him. I'm very sorry that he did not make it out alive. For those who say are asking why this got posted, I do not understand why this would matter, just ignore the post then. My heart goes out to his family.