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Brian Deneke Memorial Committee (sad..very sad)

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Stupidnick, Sep 12, 2002.


  1. Stupidnick

    Stupidnick

    Mar 22, 2002
    ...my room...
    Brian did not die because he deserved to. Brian did not die because he asked to. Brian died because he was different. He was a nonconformist. He was an Individualist. He was a free spirit. Brian was also a thoughtful and caring young man, a good son, a good friend. His life was full of promise. His murder deprived this community of someone who had already begun to make a difference to it and no doubt would have made an even greater difference in the future. Brian Deneke is gone. His death has left a divided city, a shocked city, a hurt city in its wake. It has also left us a memory of who Brian was and what he stood for. That memory can serve either a negative purpose or a positive one.


    http://www.briandeneke.org/


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    This is one of the saddest things...that ive ever heard...
    As supporting something like this sooo long... It hurts me to see that..
    As Ive mentioned in my last post.. 80 percent of my profit from my albums that i sell out of the back of my truck and through local record stores.. ..thats going to that foundation...
    He was a good kid.. and people killed him because.. he liked fast music and didn't dress like anybody else..
    I just see it funny.. because most of those people who cheered that on.. probably dress that way now.. cause its "trendy" and.. .everything..
    That thought really sickens me..
    And now the kid who did the crime.. is getting out for parole.. *barf*

    I really hope justice is shown
     
  2. :mad:

    that's sick.