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09-07-2006 04:48 AM  14 years ago


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Don;t worry about furious vigor.. he has the hots for Germaine Greer.. he wants her/him bad.....

poeple who bash Steve Erwin. go educate yourselves about the man and his work. f*&^* it breaks my heart to read moronic comments about him like some posted here. thankfully its an idiot minority. and the majority here and everywhere else respect and loved him for the work he did... the guy chose not to live a decadent life with all the money he must have made. he poured a lot of it back into conservation , buying up land etc.. .. He was a rare jewel..

The world just ain't the same without him..
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09-07-2006 05:06 AM  14 years ago


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Steve Irwin
He sure did make a BIG difference in my tv time!
R.I.P. Steve
Only wish there were more out there like him..
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09-07-2006 08:44 AM  14 years ago


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if you don't have anything good to post, don't post anything.
stere Irwen
If your gonna post something read it before you press "Submit Reply" I am sorry, I didn't mean to make you cry.....

Of coarse I know how to fly this thing, but if you see me running try to keep up!!
09-07-2006 09:39 AM  14 years ago



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if all you farkin assholes did your homework with regards to the
baby incident it was the angle of the camera which made it look worse than it was there is a photo of him with the baby at a different angle which clearly shows how far he actually was

A baby is more likely to be hit by a car while crossing a road
with it's parents than being bitten by a croc in that incident
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09-07-2006 09:45 AM  14 years ago


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Check out the video I posted earlier. I love what he told the reporter.
Quote: Well, when your at home this afternoon holding your kid, and you fall over for no apparent reason. Then we can work out a game plan!! LMAO!!!!!
He was so cool and an awesome Dad IMO!

No way they were getting the best of Stevo.. That's one reason I loved watching the guy! You could tell he was being himself. Not just some fake hyper dude for TV.. My whole family watched his movie last night together in memory of him.. He was so full of life! So very sad he is gone.. RIP Stevo! YOU ROCKED MATE!!!!!!!

09-07-2006 12:51 PM  14 years ago

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Germain Greer.

The female croc

Let me tell you about her.

As it happens I grew up just one street away from Germain Greer.
The house looked like a haunted hose, we used to see her mother and called her "Witchy Poo". (Circa: H.R. Puffinstuff)

Many years later I was an RACV roadside patrolman (fixed dead cars) I got called around the the Greer house to jump start a vehicle..

It was old Mrs Greer (Witchy Poo)
In fact she was a very nice old Dorris, who because of her daughter Germain had lived a very hard life.
She hates Germain period, Germain is not welcome in her mothers home.
Her mother has most pity for Germains brother Barry who suffered considerably havign Germain as a sister by ther hand of the media.
The Meida never let the family be over every dispicable act Germain afronted the public with, not to mention the numerous threats made to them.
Old Ma Gree drives an old rust bucket of a car, and it looks like any gains made by Germain in her career certainly never been passed on to the family at all.

Germain has brought nothing but pain and heartache to her entire family, according to her own mother.

She scurried off the London years ago because she is widely hated by Australians and completely ran out of anyone here willing to give her the time of day, media included.

What she said about Steve Irwin is pretty par for the course with that hatefull woman.
09-07-2006 03:38 PM  14 years ago

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Gutless cowards calling others reckless, simply because they are too gutless to do what others do, are a dime a dozen..
Nice quote, couldn't have said it better....
furiousvigor and your special pal raptorgreg, pretty sorry excuses for human beings
Which is worse, ignorance or apathy? I don't know and I don't care!
09-07-2006 03:54 PM  14 years ago

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I for one will miss Steve and his genuine outlook on life. Not very often does a person (a celebrity) come along that makes you feel like you know him personally when you never did or never would hav met him. Steve was one of those people. If I were to have met him on the street I feel I could have walked up to him and said, "Hi Steve" just as if I had known him for years and he would probably say hi back just like he had known me for years. He was just a plain ole good guy that had the guts to do things that most of us guys would be scared to death to even consider. I don't think he was reckless at all. I think he knew what he was doing and took all the precautions he could and still do his job. I will miss him..My motto is this..Fly...Rebuild...Fly
09-07-2006 04:20 PM  14 years ago

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Furious vigor:

I Haven’t read your profile yet, you shut be a stupid thin or a frustrated adult
One of both!!!!

The thinks he was doing was to support his family he loved!!! and because his love to nature.

I can’t believe you seed you are not sorry, I fill sorry when someone crash his heli,
Now something like this,,, man whit all the respect stop thinking like stupid senseless.

Nothing personal just think in his family…………
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09-07-2006 04:36 PM  14 years ago
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frustrated adult
what makes me think is that...he can VOTE!
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09-07-2006 04:51 PM  14 years ago

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I only knew Steve from the TV screen, but what an exceptional human being. I remember a few years ago when he was becoming a household name thinking, "Wow! He's nuts!", but I loved watching every minute of him because his passion for what he did was obviously genuine. The man loved nature and he loved his family. Keep in mind he was doing what he did on TV long before we knew of him. The pumped up guy we saw was not the result of a TV producer -- he was real.

The guy took risks. His wife knew that before she married him. Risky jobs are part of life. It's very sad that he left behind so many loved ones and I feel so sorry that his children will not grow up to know him. I truly feel that God reserves space for souls such as Steve. I believe He smiled upon Steve's work and gave him a big pat on the back Monday.

May God bless his family and loved-ones.

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