iIF THIS DOESN'T BRING A TEAR NOTHING EVER WILL.OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THIS FAMILY
The loss of this brilliant star in the constellation of humanity is a tragedy as opposed to some hoodlum killing themselves in the process of escaping a potential crime scene.
sad indeed...but appropriate, dunno.
I don't get it.
Man, that's living!
I've never heard of someone dying with ceremony at track. We should pass a law against ceremony at track.
Awesome! Carting a dead person around in a circle what a tribute!? Am I missing something?
It was her passion....why not?
Her family, her friends-I would say it's up to them to decide what's "appropriate." Our Puritan heritage would dictate that we keep our heads held high and be thankful that she's "in a better place." These folks had a MUCH healthier ceremony. They celebrated her life and her passion, and they displayed their grief at her loss. Good for them.
After seeing the eccentric professional football funerals, nothing phases me in that regard.The funerals are always for the folks who remain on earth. The deceased have other things on their mind.I pray for the grieving family and friends. She was too young.
what a bunch of sick pups! shame on the district for allowing a dead body to be paraded around school property
Love the celebrations. In New Orleans, sometimes they take you out with brass band and a parade and everyone dances to celebrate the life lived. If we so called Christians really believed the kid was in a better place, we would be ecstatic over this and all death.
Certainly if she accepted JESUS as her savior she is in heaven,I think it is outstanding what her friends did for her faimly.Death need not be asolom afair'just respectful.DAGO
8:37,You are assuming all deaths result in a free pass to heaven.
Instead of judging individuals mourning a loss, why not just send them love? I am sending love to this family and hope they find peace.
"Shed a tear."?Naw.But I would like to know what a "guy hand tune up" is.
Maybe she's burning in hell? Is that a better place?
Pre! Pre! Pre!Double Fake Steve Prefontane
Questioning a ceremony where the ex/track star is driven around the track? Prefontaine had the same thing done at the University of Oregon track.
Just as goofy
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