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    Thanks for the link, Mo. I hadn't seen that video. It is to bad that someone wasn't right there to try and get them out in that 60 seconds. But, only God knows how severe the injuries were just from the crash. I do know it is a blessing they both passed and didn't survive after suffering intense burns. That has to be a living hell for people that survive fires.

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    Paul opened up to Entertainment Weekly in March 2013, referring to Meadow as “the best partner” he’s ever had. “There’s a part of me who feels like I’m making up for lost time,” he added.

    That is so creepy. PW you never lost time you were too busy fucking teeny boppers. He and his child girlfriend were banging when she was 14, it was found out when she was 16. That's so normal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alysheba View Post
    Paul opened up to Entertainment Weekly in March 2013, referring to Meadow as “the best partner” he’s ever had. “There’s a part of me who feels like I’m making up for lost time,” he added.

    That is so creepy. PW you never lost time you were too busy fucking teeny boppers. He and his child girlfriend were banging when she was 14, it was found out when she was 16. That's so normal!
    I can't find that. I've searched her name and even searched it with "14". Can you tell me where you found that?

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    There is already a death photo of these two out there. I've seen it and it sucks.

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    Oh jesus you couldn't pay me to look at that sort of thing, I can only imagine that it's horrific
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    I've read account of those who witnessed the crash that say the passengers didn't move after impact so they were probably unconscious. I pray anyway.

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    I really hate that photos get leaked of these sort of things. Totally unnecessary and disgusting.

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    When people die, especially a celebrity, I like to imagine them perfectly preserved, as if they were asleep. Though I know Paul and Roger needed their dental records to be identified, I'm pretending that's what their death photo looks like. Sometimes I'm all for the morbid but not this time. Maybe I'm getting old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeythorn View Post
    There is already a death photo of these two out there. I've seen it and it sucks.
    Jesus. Who makes that sort of thing public? Like, it's just floating out there in the internet ether?
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    I agree, it's gruesome and it really catches you unawares on Google images sometimes which is horrible

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    The photo looks like whomever took it was , was either law or a firefighter. It was when all the rescue crew was around, and it was taken on a cell phone. Assholes.
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    Omfg.....that is so low and mortifying to know that someone snapped a picture to put on the internet. How cruel and sick can one person be?? I am just shocked at how our humanity and compassion is disappearing.....

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    It is a legit pic from what I can tell. The site I found it on had even zoomed in on the corpse. Why I look for these things I don't know but it looks like it was taken on a cell phone by a bystander.

    There's also a video on Youtube of two guys in a car pulling over near to the Porsche just as it catches fire, looks like the first thing they did instead of calling 911 was to pull out their phone to video the car. Sadly that's what a lot of people do these days when seeing a crash, I was driving home from work on a country road last year and a car had gone off the road and hit a tree, two cars were already pulled over but I stopped too and the drivers were filming the damn car! Neither of them had called 999 as it is here even though the guy was still in the car and unconscious, fortunately he escaped with concussion and a broken wrist but I couldn't believe it.

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    That's disgusting, having those photos and/or video out there of him afterwards.

    Here's a wonderful article from a man who worked with his charity on how Paul started it and all he did as a grassroots organization at first and he funded the charity himself for these operations to the tune of millions and completely hands on out in the field. I had read he earned his EMT certification so he could be of more use in these ravaged areas and was thinking of going to school to become a paramedic so he could help even more the medical volunteers And he never wanted any press for himself. There are many great photos of him in that article at some of these places he brought volunteers into. The man said Paul bought chainsaws and he himself was cutting down debris to get to people's homes in Alabama. One woman said she was trapped in her home and couldn't believe it was Paul that got to her. He even personally wrote letters to all the families of the 19 firefighters who lost their lives in Arizona.

    Paul Walker's charity work, from Tinseltown to tsunami-zone | Mail Online

    Part of the article really floored me how involved and committed he was.

    "That’s what Paul did. He was on the front line and inspired human beings, who were thinking the world doesn’t give a damn about me. Paul did. It’s beautiful to watch.’JD says Paul always foot the bills of these operations with the cost running into millions - apart from a $50,000 donation from the chainsaw producer Stihl after they saw what Paul was doing in Alabama.‘Stihl wanted to be a part of it. They liked Paul’s no fuss attitude, but even their generous donation was never going to be enough to fill in the holes.‘When the Philippines were hit by a Typhoon last month, we didn’t have the money to go, we knew it was going to be very expensive as they needed specialised medical equipment.‘But every time we saw it in the paper, it was awful to see. Paul didn’t care, he filled the hole financially and said put the team together, he’d make it happen. The disaster happened in mid-November, and two days later, we got a team together,’ says JD, 29.‘That was the worst thing I’ve ever seen, they had islands with no power or food, communities that will never recover. We had 1500 pounds of medical gear and we were the only clinic that people could get help from. On top of that, there was no fuel, so we couldn’t transport people to hospitals. We were seeing 150 people a day.‘Paul has put in millions; we wouldn’t be here otherwise. He paid for the whole thing. In the Philippines, the locals were asking us: “Who was funding you? Who’s helping us?” When we said Paul, they couldn’t believe it, they said: “Why would he do that?”


    "All of this was done without Paul ever once crowing about the charity’s work to the media or even acquaintances.JD says: ‘He didn’t want the organization to be about him. He wouldn’t do publicity and wanted everyone to forget him being founder. We lost a brother in the trenches here; we all formed a bond for life. When you are seeing people lose everything, then that bond will always hold. He wasn’t just a co-worker, he didn’t just write the checks, he was on the field."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeStar70 View Post
    Omfg.....that is so low and mortifying to know that someone snapped a picture to put on the internet. How cruel and sick can one person be?? I am just shocked at how our humanity and compassion is disappearing.....
    IKR? Heard anchors on ET tonight debating how long PW had lived after the initial crash, and it felt skeezy and exploitive to me. I mean, imagine if you were a surviving family member and had to consider that, all the while trying to process your grief?! Hey, I'm here bc I love gossip like everyone on this site. But there has to be something sacred. That was out of bounds. Just, UGH.
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