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Posted 29 August 2017 - 06:56 AM
Its actually its more common then ever in todays society. I have a friend who is a head nurse at a major hospital here in the US, she sees this trend more often than before. I have a friend who died at 40 because of a heart attack. He was fit and very lean. His demon was that his genetics got the best of him. His father passed away at 43 and his brother who was in his late 30's had a quadruple bypass.
Roger that. One of Australia's most famous lifesavers of the 80s and 90s died yesterday from a heart attack. Professional lifesaving is the beach equivalent of a triathlon (swap the bike for a surf ski). The guy was incredibly fit as he continued training until the day he died and he was only 47.
Diet and exercise play a part in heart disease, but even the fittest among us are not immune.
I can't believe this until we somehow get it confirmed. I believed that the actor of boy meets world was dead for years until I learned he was not. All due to headline reading etc. Granted though A7 hasn't posted recently on anything.
Judging by the sincerity of the family's posts (and the genuine Aussie bogan lingo), it looks legit. The man can't confirm it himself, his silence should be cause for concern.
RIP A7 and thanks for all of your help :salute:
Posted 31 August 2017 - 02:41 PM
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Posted 04 September 2017 - 11:08 AM
The Duma Army is a lesser place for his passing.
RIP A7. Condolences to family and friends.
But I safely have the clam eating Gorilla joining me, and really, when a guy is so thick he has to type with a stick, what are the odds he WON'T mess something up??
Posted 17 September 2017 - 07:30 PM
Rest in peace, brother.
Your gamplays were one of the best I have ever seen in Black Ops III.
And the way of how you played it made it look so easy.
We will will miss you, but never forget you.
Condolences to your family and your friends.
Best regards, KayOneX-24
Posted 08 November 2017 - 02:20 PM
I just read the sad news
RIP you was so helpful
You will be missed RIP
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