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#1 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

@spudbug said:

Reading so many people saying how they feel awkward about getting sad or crying over ryan because they never met him, don't.

There are a lot of people that you've met that you don't know half as well as Ryan. Our lives will go on and certainly none of us are affected in the way any of the Giant Bomb crew, his family, or his friends are, but it doesn't make what you feel less valid.

Let it out, duders. Just don't forget that he would still want to be making people smile.

Agree completely.

#2 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

@jnal: Trust me, it's perfectly honest to feel the way you feel. Hell, I never met the man, but I've been in tears for the past hour(Which I'm sure the alcohol has something to do with) because, let's face it, for a lot of us, Ryan and the rest of the crew were a staple in our day to day activities. And now part of that has been taken from us, and it's hard to deal with that.

#3 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

I wouldn't say "Bless Ryan Davis", I'd say we were blessed to spend a little bit of life with Ryan Davis; we were truly the blessed ones.

Good post though, very touching.

#4 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

It probably won't sink in for me until the gang starts to do content with some regularity again. Like, I'm going to think I'm over it and then they'll be doing GOTY stuff and Ryan's list will be missing, and I'll just start bawling.

All I'm gonna say is, my best of 2013: Ryan Davis.

#5 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

We should all play Cards Against Humanity in Ryan's honor. He loved the shit out of that game.

I spent a good hour trying to find that TNT, solely because of a small clip I saw on youtube of the guys playing it.

#6 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

@simplexity: Hey, I understand. Trust me, if you have friends or family who care, they will understand as well. I mean, look at how some people are when a celebrity passes. This isn't any different, so don't feel weird that you have the feelings you have.

#7 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

@simplexity: Duder, I know I've never spoken to you before, and for all you know I could be an elaborate spambot trying to sell you ch33p h3rb@l #ci@lis, but if you need to vent, hit me up. I'm sorta experienced in grief counseling

#8 Posted by revolve (28 posts) -

I find myself in the realm between believing it, and expecting to wake up to "IT'S TUESDAY" from that jolly asshole(Used with all respect)

#9 Edited by revolve (28 posts) -

@m3rphy: I'd rather not mourn, but celebrate. Because mourning is a period of sadness, and while this is truly a sad event, the positive is that it affects all of us so profoundly, that we make these forum posts/blog writeups, showing how much he meant to all of us, even if for a brief, shining moment. And I'd take that brief moment, knowing the hurt to come, over never having that moment in the first place.

#10 Edited by revolve (28 posts) -

@reddenblack: It's a great lesson on growing up in these troubled times. Either that or a game about a dude gettin attacked by fireballs.

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