I wish they hired Cara.
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I've seen a lot of people saying that when the heard about Ryan's passing they broke down and wept. I was among them. Something else I've seen is a decent amount of people saying that their friends who aren't Giant Bombers don't really understand why we are as upset as we are.
So, if anyone in the Nashville area wanted to meet up tonight to drink in Ryan's name let me know. Or if there are other people in other cities that want to get together we can organize here. Share stories of first finding Giant Bomb, how long we've followed Jeff and Ryan, our favorite Ryan moments and just talking about video games and movies and whatever would feel good.
The thanksryan stream is great but seeing the people that felt touched by his life would be a great way to honor him, but it feels like a night to be with people. To go out and live life while we still have the opportunity. Because some of us are taken before we can give everything to this world that we have to give.
I want the guys to do whatever they feel is right. Whether that means skipping, doing as much as they can or even just 15 minutes honoring Ryan. I'm still trying to process all of this, I can't imagine how the crew is handling it. There must be buckets of tears.
They can take as much time as they need. I've always trusted that Giant Bomb was doing what was best for not just us as their audience and fans but for themselves also. They will do what's best for everyone when the time is right for it to happen. In the meantime I'll be in the corner crying.