I've been following TB for about 10 years now. Maybe I'm too empathetic to be this affected by someone's passing that didn't ever meet or know in person; but, it's difficult not to be when they're a consistent part of your life for so long. I'll always remember John for his honesty, a commitment to always delivering the best content he could, and for his wanting to help people. Whether it was through his Salebox and WTF is... videos helping people sort through the mess that is Steam games; or by supporting his passion for the StarCraft esports scene by CREATING HIS OWN DAMN TEAM or producing and casting what was probably the best modern StarCraft tournament in his King of the Hill series, it was all done from a passion to help people out because he had a voice and a platform that people paid attention to. Some of you may recall his run for the King of the Web, where he eventually raised over $50K for Charity Water. Even to the end, John tried to help people by encouraging everyone to "not make the same mistake he did" and get cancer screenings early and often. If you cared about John at all, then just do what the only thing he's ever asked of anyone: listen to him, and consider his advice, get checked. Thank you, John. Rest easy.