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Did Yall Here Bout Steve Irwins Death??

Wow!He Was Seriously Stupied To Play With A Stingray!How Do Yall Feel Bout It??I Feel It Needed To Happen,Because He Playes With Danger,Just Like Playing With Fire!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Yeah, that was really stupid, but he had it coming...

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  • 1 decade ago

    What! the bloody hell are you talkin about "needed to happen" bull s hit!!! the man was a bloody legend,, he has done more for wildlife conservation than anyone in the last 20 years he brought to the entire planet not only the plight of wildlife and nature but he promoted his cause to kids all over the world,, think dude before you expouse your ignorant postulations,, Steve Irwin will be remembered long after your forgotten

    Source(s): Proud Australian
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  • 1 decade ago

    Bloody heck--I think it is really a shame. He inspired many with his excitement and love of nature and the environment. I feel the worst for his wife and child. They really lost something. And from looking at behind the scenes documentaries of his movie making and stuff, it looked like he had a very good relationship with his daugher (son not born yet.) What a huge loss for the family.

    We all know he pushed the envelope as far as animal safety went. I think some people will see him as being arrogantly unsafe, but it was part of the appeal and a part of his personality. I don't fault him for it, as I would not fault a NASCAR driver for being blown up in a crash. Sometimes crap like that happens when you are really hands-on like he was.

    I remember seeing one of those video disaster series, and a woman was speared by a swordfish in the boat. A breast implant saved her. Fish are unpredictable as hell. If the barb had not punctured his heart, he would have probably survived. It was an unfortunate hit.

    On a philosophical note, if kharma is at work, it makes no sense at all. He loved animals. From that standpoint, it makes no sense.

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  • 4 years ago

    finally, it's going to be released. i do belive, regardless of the reality that it is dying, Irwin created lots for the known public to develop into in love along with his kinfolk and morals. Now each and every thing has a beginning, and an end. Unfortunatly this has a tragic ending, that no person interior the known public would be responsive to approximately for an extremely long term. i think of the least his kinfolk can do for the known public , is to launch it, so we are able to all GREIVE at the same time. i be responsive to that not ONE guy or woman might laugh or criticize it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    OMG!!! I am soooo sad he died. He had one of the greatest shows on Animal Planet. He wasn't messing with the stingray, he was just in it's space when he was diving in the shallow part of an ocean. It was a one in a million chance that he died from a stingray.

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  • 1 decade ago

    He wasn't playing with a stingray. It was buried and when he swam above it it felt threathened and attacked. It was very sad. He didn't deserve to die because because he flirted with danger. He brought into our homes animals and reptiles we would never have seen otherwise. He will be missed.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yeah, crazy ****. Took a Stingray barb through the chest... Guess that stingray was one step ahead of Stevey Irwin that day.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I am saddened by this. He was a great family man and a lover of nature and animals. Death is a reality at anytime for everybody.

    Walking across the street, falling out of bed, eating dinner...when its your time its your time.

    Its just ashame to lose such a good man.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I loved watching his show and will miss him a lot. Imagine after doing so many episodes where he faced danger he would go out this way--but if he had been stung anywhere else but the heart then likely he would have lived. My sympathies to his family.

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  • 1 decade ago

    do you really think wot you have said it fair , tosser

    rest in peace steve your family will miss you very much, what a sad loss to the world , never mind the num nut up there asking silly questions . ps **** you are showing your age 17 eh that explains alot oh and from the states there ya go then you are a num nut , have a nice day now ,

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Of course I don't feel it NEEDED to happen. That's awful to say about such a good person. Did you watch his shows? If you did, you supported what he did. I feel bad for the wife and children he left behind too.

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