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  1. 1

    That's not insensitive. It's true.



  2. 2

    douche shouldn't of drank and tried to be a show off in his fancy car.



  3. 3

    Ebert said nothing wrong.



  4. 4

    I do not think there is anything wrong with this comment! Absolutely true!



  5. 5

    The REAL jackass in this situation is Robert Ebert. How low class to say that about someone. Whether he was drunk or not (I think it's not secret he at least had one drink), many people today lost a friend and loved one. RIP Ryan.



  6. 6

    Totally true statement. I don't see anything wrong with it.



  7. 7

    The ones who let him drive should feel guilty. It's time to direct anger at those who allow others to drive drunk. This just puts it out there.



  8. 8

    Roger Ebert has it right. Margera and the rest of his idiots have been endangering the citizens of my town for years. I am just grateful that it was only himself that Dunn killed and not one of our kids.



  9. 9

    The man is wise…you Hilton are an idiot.



  10. 10

    Truth hurts sometimes..maybe it is a bit insensitive but you know someone was going to say it.



  11. 11

    RIP the person Ryan Dunn KILLED!!! Don't forget that person!

    Had Ryan Dunn lived, he'd be in jail - remember Hulk Hogan's son, and how everyone attacked him - how is this different?



  12. 12

    Seriously Perez? He chose to drink and drive, not only ending his own life but his passenger's as well. This is exactly the time to be pointing fingers and laying blame. They're both at fault for getting into the car and thinking they were invincible, just like every other person who has ever chosen to make the same stupid mistake. Death can often be a nasty side effect of drinking and driving, Ebert's not wrong.



  13. 13

    Re: SadieG – while that's true, many other people lost a friend and a loved one due to dunn's actions. he wasn't the only person to die in the accident. maybe ebert's comments were too soon for some, however he is bang on the money.



  14. 14

    It's not insensitive. It's so very true! Not only did he kill himself, but his dumb passenger who decided to get in the car. At least he didnt kill anyone else. So stupid. SOOO stupid.



  15. 15

    Re: SadieG – No it isn't insensitive.

    Roger Ebert said the truth and fyi so far we know that Ryan had at least 6 drinks. He drank a lot and then drove too fast trying to show off. He not only killed himself but someone else. So tell me how calling out his friends for letting this dude drive after drinking that much is insensitive?



  16. 16

    Re: amycakes86 – He is not "bang" on the money. No one forced the other person into Ryan's car. Simple as that.



  17. 17

    I think it's very rude and disrespectful. It's true, he should not have been drinking and driving and unfortunately paid the consequences but his family and friends are now the ones left to deal with this..and rude ass comments like Ebert's.



  18. 18

    Re: zeusmom – Um hello! It wasn't just Ryan that died. His passenger did too! Dude actually killed someone, feel sorry for that person!



  19. 19

    Ebert is not insensitive in this and it is good he speaks the truth…this is NOT the time to sugarcoat anything. If alcohol was involovewd on any level it needs to be brought out LOUD!



  20. 20

    I agree that it wasn't insensitive. He's not saying that Ryan deserved to die, but he's saying that he made a foolish choice that cost him his life. I think that this will definitely make people think twice about drinking and driving.



  21. 21

    Ebert calls them like he sees them.



  22. 22

    Re: FrankieLA – Sweet Jesus you have got to be fucking kidding me. A man drinks, then drives, kills the person with him in the car, and you want to lay the blame at the doorstep of his friends who ALLOWED him to drive drunk?!

    This is nothing new. Ryan Dunn grew up hearing the same message we all did. Do NOT drink and then get behind the wheel of a car. He decieded to ignore this message and not only did he kill himself, he killed his passenger. The only person to be blamed is the person who got fucked up and then drove.



  23. 23

    Re: StinkyPerez – So true. If he had lived he would be the ultimate villain - but because he died he is not responsible??? Ebert was right on.



  24. 24

    Perez, quit making us jump to read the rest of the story. Newspapers work hard not to jump stories, because readers hate to have to flip pages to read the rest. The same goes for you. You lose me when you force me to click and wait.



  25. 25

    Re: angieintenn – IF Ryan was drunk, I'm sure his friends were too. That is really all I have to say. One drunk dude isn't going to stop another from driving.



  26. 26

    well, if you even READ the tweet, it wasn't directed at Ryan Dunn, it was directed at his friends who said he had 6 drinks before he left. Ebert was basically saying, if they were his friend, they wouldn't have let him drive. he wasn't making a judgment on what caused the accident or Ryan, just that if what the people said was true, what the f is wrong with them?



  27. 27

    Who is calling some one insensitive. Remember the Ramsey's, Simon and Brittany, M.J.. .
    You hypocrite Moron.



  28. 28

    Re: SadieG – What if he had killed someone else who wasn't in the car? What if he had killed a pedestrian, a child riding their bike or a family driving in another car. Whose fault is it then? The fact is that he chose to drink and drive. In the process he killed himself and his friend. The real tragedy here is not his death - he knew the potential consequences of his actions - the real tragedy is pain that his friends and family have to endure because of his loss, the loss of his friend's life and his family and friends' pain.

    Don't contribute to problem by defending his actions. He was 100% wrong and unfortunately paid the ultimate price for his own decision.



  29. 29

    and p.s. it isn't about BLAME…it's about learning from something. blame is so useless, it really doesn't do anything except try to assign "good" or "bad" to something. it's a copout for gaining true understanding and learning from situation. USELESS. blaming anything won't change what happened or make anyone feel any better about it. instead– learning from it will.



  30. 30

    society does not tolerate drinking then driving. Ebert's comments maybe harass but fair. Only positive thing to come out of this situation is that Dunn did not take an innocent family with him.



  31. 31

    This was not an insensitive remark; it was the truth and a play-on words. Ryan Dunn was a jackass for drinking and driving. He made the deliberate choice to drink and drive. It wasn't enough for him to endanger his life and the life of his friend by doing so, that he then made the decision to driving at illegal speeds. Ryan Dunn does not deserve any praise. His idiotic decisions should be made an example of.



  32. 32

    Re: amycakes86 – i doubt ryan dunn held a gun to his passenger's head and told them to get into the car. DOUBT IT. i could be wrong, but i DOUBT IT. therefore, it was their choice. and thats what we all face everyday. we make choices and some are better than others. and some may end our life. thats how it works. i dont understand why we have this obsession with laying guilt on something as if it solves a problem. ok so ryan dunn is "guilty" so what now? who feels better for that? and that isn't totally truthful anyway. they both made an unsafe decision, that unfortunately had really bad consequences.



  33. 33

    He's bang on. Harsh but bang on.
    All those people who claimed how much he drank before hand, why didn't they take his keys away? People who say "oh I'm fine" after a bunch of drinks are so full of shit.



  34. 34

    I thought it was very insensitive….think about the family and friends who are suffering and in a lot of pain right now. They don't need to read this. Of course they know that you're not suppose to drink and drive….geez.



  35. 35

    Spot on! Kudos to Ebert for speaking the truth. Society is lucky the jackass didn't take more out with him.



  36. 36

    uhg..a lot of you disgust me.. you know his friend didn't mind getting in the car while he was drunk huh? and you don't know if he was encouraging Ryan to speed and was having a blast till it happened.. none of you know.. the only people that really know are fucking dead.. it is too soon to say shit in my opinion.. a lot of you are so quick to judge.. don't be blaming murder on no one.. that's really sick.. you don't know without a doubt so have a heart.. 2 people are dead no matter what.. "jackasses"



  37. 37

    Dunn dead like he lived…a fuck head



  38. 38

    If in fact he WAS drunk while driving, Egbert's comment is spot on and I hope he didn't take anyone else out with him in that crash. When are people going to start understanding that drinking and driving is no joke? And IF he was drunk while driving, his death on the people who didn't take the keys away from him.



  39. 39

    Re: gwyneth – You seem to be implying that I am defending drunk driving. I absolutely would never do that. IF he had taken the life of someone truly innocent (i.e. someone who didn't voluntarily get into a car drunk, or in the case of his friend… get in the car with someone who was drunk) then it would be a TOTALLY different story.

    You might want to learn how to comprehend what you read before you make comments. I never once defended Ryan's choice of (possibly… wait for the tox reports) drinking and driving. I was just saying how rude it is to say something in the manner that Robert Ebert did. If he wanted to comment on the accident involving Ryan, he could have done it in a much less "asshole-ish" manner.



  40. 40

    So..because this guy is dead now we have to sugar coat it?? Come on..this guy was a JACKASS (in more then one way..clearly) He died because he got drunked up and drove. Do I feel bad?? Nope.



  41. 41

    Nothing wrong with that statement



  42. 42

    i just have to say that if he really was drinking and driving he deserved to have a crash. i think its just tragic that he had to take someone else with him. people say that people make mistakes but this is just disgusting. i think there should be the death penalty for drink drivers who kill someone. this man is deplorable and we are just lucky that hes been taken of our road. elbert was just saying the truth and telling it how it is. i had a partner who was driving home from work who was killed when a drink driver hit him. he burned alive in his car and i had to identify his burnt corpse. this is why i hate drink drivers so much. what is more sad is that this lady who hit him had just been given back her license after having it disqualified for drink driving 4 times. no one who is a drink driver should ever be allowed to have there license back . they should face long jail time at the least. drink drivers kill innocent people and endanger our community. im sorry if this offends some people but if this guy was really a drink driver and im only saying if then he deserved to die.



  43. 43

    Once again Perez is stirring the pot by the headline of this article. Ebert was telling the truth of the matter. Yes, someone died and perhaps a second person but they drank and drove. They have no defense whatsoever. They broke the law and paid the price. Acting like a jackass gets you dead.



  44. 44

    Re: J-Doll – well one of those people deserved to die. what he did was dispicable. what if he had taken out a child or someone else. drunk drivers disgust me and you disgust me for defending him. yes his friend was dumb for getting in the car with him but im just glad he didnt kill anyone else. this guy deserved what he got. you have obviously never lost anyone to drunk driving.



  45. 45

    I AGREE 100% with Roger Ebert. Not only was Ryan drunk but he was speeding and people had begged him not to speed many times before!



  46. 46

    y its sucks for the family/firends but what if instead of his death the dude runed over a inocent person and ended on his death? he could have killed inocent people but instead he only damaged himself. dont drink and drive its simple



  47. 47

    Stupid is as stupid does.



  48. 48

    Aren't you the sanctimonious little twit, Hilton. You really don't have a clue in your rainbow and butterfly world do you?



  49. 49

    Perez….why the hell you condemning anyone? You did the same thing on here. Fucking hypocrite.



  50. 50

    Roger Ebert looks like a victim of drunk driving, shit happens, its a tragedy when anyone dies. He should let his fans and family grief before talking shit.



  51. 51

    Ryan Dunn made a choice which resulted in two people dying. He knew perfectly well that driving under the influence is neither legal nor safe.

    So refresh my memory: WHO wasn't taking things seriously enough?



  52. 52

    I think this is straight bullshit. those 2 grown men decided to get in the car with him aswell and this "man" keeps wanting to run his mouth. The Jackass crew was family and people need to understand were fucking human beings. The other 2 that died with him were just as liable for getting in that car robert ebert needs to back for the friends and family sake its sad and sickens me. Ryan may you rest in peice. And prayers are sent out to the one hurt from all this. I know I am I enjoyed jackass with my cousin when i have a teen and after he passed a year ago from overdose and when I watch jackass I laigh knowing it was something we shared . ROBERT STOP BEING A FUCKING DICK LORD AND SHOW THE FAMILY YOU PIECE OF SHIT.



  53. 53

    Re: SadieG – No, actually I am not implying that at all. Only a complete idiot would defend drinking and driving and I do not believe you are one. What I do believe is that by placing partial blame on the passenger for his own death, automatically takes part of that blame away from Ryan Dunn when in fact, in this situation, all of the blame lies with him. His friend's choice to get in his car is completely irrelevant because even if he hadn't gotten in the car, it doesn't change the fact that Ryan Dunn still endangered his own life and the public's safety by drinking and then driving erratically. The potential for him killing "truly innocent" people was there and that alone is an unlawful act. The law places the 100% of onus on the driver to ensure their own safety, the safety of their passengers as well as anyone else around them. It's the driver of a vehicle who is responsible for himself AND his passengers. By taking even a small part of the blame away from the driver displaces responsibility and accountability which is necessary for public safety. While I do agree that we all have the social obligations to prevent driving and driving, ultimately it is the driver's responsibility.



  54. 54

    INSENSITIVE? How about the truth that young kids need to hear –instead of the shit on your site that glorifies everything and even makes teen moms "celebs". Hypocrite.



  55. 55

    Drinking and Driving is not right. it was accident yet it doesn't make it right. Ebert comment is true but inappropriate. Just like me saying his wife could stand to skip a meal or two is true but insensitive. Ebert was insensitive,especially the jackass comment. Dunn and the passenger didn't deserve to die like that no one does. thoughts and prayers go out to dunn and the passengers loved ones



  56. 56

    Tragic or not, it is the truth that he was drunk and it should not be sugarcoated — not even for a couple days. Instead it should be everywhere in the press that he was shit faced drunk and should not have been driving or he'd still be alive. Then young people can learn from it. You're an idiot.



  57. 57

    How is that comment not true or "insensitive"? A n under age drunk driver killed my sister. It's a shame he died like that but it's a risk you take when you get behind the wheel after drinking.



  58. 58

    Re: HeatherIsOnFire – Do you feel better about yourself calling someone that died a "douche"?? Everybody makes mistakes…. kind of like your dad when he forgot to wrap it up.



  59. 59

    Great time to chime in, after someone's dead. Dumb ass

    Not cool.



  60. 60

    would it be insensitive if he killed a family and their newborn baby? Is it insensitive he murdered someone else in the car? I think ebert hit the nail on the head and why people aren't mourning this idiot. I'm sad for his parents but he's famous for shoving things in his ass and wasting time when people were dying in the ER and he killed himself by drinking and driving



  61. 61

    guys lets all be nice here. Two lives were lost and both were at fault. The point is that the families and friends are having a really hard time right now and most of you are being very ulgy and cruel. Both were Loved and both will be missed. Be respectful to the deceased because it's very wrong what all of you are saying and you should be ashamed of yourselves and don't turn any of my words on ryan or the other passanger. Both will be very missed.



  62. 62

    I go to school at West Chester University and he was no stranger to the local bar, Barnaby's. But I'm sure he was not very intoxicated, he can definitely hold his alcohol. There are a lot of back roads around the area with heavy curves. It only takes one slip of the finger off the steering wheel to lose control around a bend when going at top speeds. It was his fault bc of the speed, no doubt about that, but I highly doubt it was because of alcohol. His Porsche can potentially go up to 180 mph. This incident really pains me on a personal level since I'm from the area and know the exact location.



  63. 63

    you people are real jerks. yea, of course it's messed up to drink and drive. but lets all face it people, we've all done it. or at least, 9 out of 10 of us have. what, no one has ever left a ball game after a few drinks? left a wedding? give me a break. and god knows a handful of us, probably many of you critical idiots who have bad mouthed ryan not even 24 hrs after his tragic death, have driven shitfaced before. so people, stop trying to act all righteous behind a computer screen. a brilliant comedian met a horrible, tragic demise. It is a shame and shame on all of you for belittling someone who is guilty of the same thing many of you are…myself included.



  64. 64

    this is ridiculous



  65. 65

    Ebert is right in the fact that he shouldn't have been drinking and driving, especially with a passenger in the car. HOWEVER, no one forced the person to get in the car with Dunn. If he thought that Dunn was too drunk to drive, he very well could have gotten another way to get home. It was a mistake. If he had hit a pedestrian or worst-case scenario a child, of course it would be awful and had he lived, he would deserve jail time (he would deserve it now if he survived). BUT IT WAS A MISTAKE. No one deserves to die, no matter what they've done.



  66. 66

    I agree with Roger on this one. If this guy was drunk and speeding, then he really was a jackass. If he wasn't, then Roger should apologize, and probably will.



  67. 67

    That's not insensitive. Not only was he drinking and driving, he was reportedly driving at over 100mph AND his actions killed the passenger in his car as well. He could have also killed someone else entirely innocent in the situation if someone else happened to be on the road at the same time as him. We all know this isn't a one time occurrence and that these guy most likely do stupid shit like this all the time, well now it finally caught up to one of them. It's sad that he died at such a young age, especially with the new ventures he was going on recently, but maybe making an example of him will show people who look up to him what can happen when you act like a "jackass".



  68. 68

    the truth isn't always pretty



  69. 69

    Will I have sympathy for an A-hole who would risk other's lives by allegedly driving DRUNK - to include his own. I think not. And it probably is not the first time he did it either…



  70. 70

    People can't accept responsibility anymore- it was Dunns fault he got behind the wheel drunk, and only his fault. Would people be crying about Ebert being "insensitive" if they were planning their sons, husbands, etc funeral because of this drunk douchebag?



  71. 71

    You know what's insensitive and disrespectful? Killing your friend and passenger because you are driving drunk, as well as killing yourself and leaving your loved ones behind. I feel sorry for him and his family, but he's killed someone else! God, Ebert is completely right, it's outrageous and there's no room for glossing over the facts here.



  72. 72

    this is the first time i will ever agree with perez, but it was insensitive. he didn't have to say it the way he did. i was hit by a drunk driver when i was younger and i got lucky. it is a horrible thing to do and he could of killed a lot of innocent people, but where i live if you are that sh*tfaced, the bartender would take your keys anyways. but that being said no one knows for sure what happened yet so stop jumping to conclusions. and if you do maybe be more sensitive towards the family of the recently desceased. ebert could of just worded it different…



  73. 73

    why don't we ait until the toxocolgy comes back becuase the legal limit is .08 in PA and the par tender says he only had a few beers so if that was the case there might have been no breaking the law with drinking and drinving come on people back the hell off hes dead let him family and friend morn.



  74. 74

    Most of you dumb motherfuckers have zero sense of accountability. Everyone knows the passenger was boozing, too, and he/she chose to get into the car just like Ryan chose to drive the car. I highly doubt the passenger was protesting when Ryan drove at high speeds. It's a fucking accident and sad that 2 people died. Ebert should shut the fuck up. RIP Ryan, your shit on CKY and Jackass will give people the giggles for years to come.



  75. 75

    Re: ChipperJones412 – agreed…said everything i wanted to say though i've never driven drunk (i dont have a license) but i know people who have driven after having a drink or two, at the end of the day everyone on here is just trying to place blame on ryan and yes he made a mistake but he deserves to die for it? no i dont think so at the end of the day two people are dead and this isnt a fucking blame game a man lost his life due to a mistake and ppl are saying oh he should've known better (maybe he did when he was sober but thats the thing about alcohol it makes you make mistakes) no one should deserves to die because of a mistake he already paid the ultimate price theres no need to shout "he deserved to die….its all his fault etx."



  76. 76

    Wow really people? You all can honestly say that you have never in your life taken a drink and drove home, a sip of alcohol, one beer? But ya know I bet you guys are all perfect or got away with it. I'm not supporting it at all but i'm not going to make this high and mighty speech about how drunk driving kills, no shit people. For the record from what I've read it hasn't been confirmed that it was a drunk driving incident yet, he could of simply lost control of the car. Ya the guy was on jackass and did a lot of stupid shit but he has lots of people that love him and ya the comment was too soon and Eberts an insensitive asshole anyway. All of your comments make me sick to my stomach.



  77. 77

    Re: gwyneth – your comments are cold and harsh…someone lost their fucking lives! this is not about a blame game and people dont deserve to die because they make mistakes! im not defending drinking and driving but have a freaking heart, calling him a jackass etc. this is the time to bring this issue to light with sensitivity that will touch everyone's heart not about trying to find the villian here and placing blame its people like you who are always bitching for a solution but never produce any suggestions to fix the problem…



  78. 78

    There's nothing wrong with what Ebert said. It all adds up. You drink, you drive, you LOSE.



  79. 79

    Re: starlighht – no it would not be insensitive if he killed a family it would be a tragedy just like his death is a tragedy because he made one mistake he doesn't deserve to be mourned etc. thats like saying soldiers shouldn't be mourned when they die because hey they chose to go to war….go fuck yourself



  80. 80

    Truth hurts sometime, but can't fault the guy for telling it like it is. I have no sympathy for people who die drinking and driving, they chose to do it, their fault, the end. Both my husband's parents were killed by a drunk driver, and my husband was thrown through the back window , landed on his head and was in a coma and almost died. He was 12. So ya, sorry he's dead, but not much sympathy for how he died and hopefully he didn't kill anyone else.



  81. 81

    Pretty rude. People make poor choices sometimes. Very few are going to pay a price as big as Ryan Dunn and his passenger. I understand the frustration over a choice that has been so repeatedly drilled into our collective heads, but people are too easily able to pretend it won't happen to them. At least let his family bury him before getting all snarky and self-righteous. It's one thing to point his error; another to try and turn it into a wise.



  82. 82

    people are so quick to judge when the story doesnt effect them directly!!!! if the comment was directed to a borther sister mother or father of one of you who agree with ROGER EBERT i know your comments would be different!!! R.I.P RYAN



  83. 83

    You can say Ebert's comments were insensitive but he was being honest and the truth hurts. Unfortunately, this will not be the last time we hear someone die after driving under the influence. Harsh words to some of you but I doubt you would be defending him if Ryan injured or killed innocent people. The reason people are upset is because this could've been avoidable and I'm sure we can all agree to that.



  84. 84

    Roger Ebert you are a film critic. It is neither the time or your place to have any opinion about this tragedy. The only words that should be spoken are that of condolence for everyone who has suffered a loss. The statements you made, regardless of truth or lack of, are adding insult to injury. A human life is just that. So show some empathy for the human condition, compassion for those that loved Ryan and lastly… pay your respect to the dead.

    This is across the board.



  85. 85

    You people are a bunch of jerks. People make mistakes, I bet most of you have had a few drinks and driven, most people have. Fuck, the man died less than 24 hours ago and it is TOTALLY insensitive. He was a beloved person (hell, anyone is) and if that was your family you'd be outraged. Learn some compassion, sensitivity, and respect for others.



  86. 86

    Regardless if it is true, it doesn't change that it's an insensitive comment. No matter how the death came to be, any death is a sad death, even if it doesn't effect you. It should be treated with some sort of respect for him and his love one's and families. People who agree with Mr. Ebert's comment do not see out side of it just being a death, allegedly, by driving while intoxication. Have some respect seriously. I'm sure if you were in that situation you wouldn't have the same sentiment.

  87. Evex says – reply to this


    87

    It may be the truth and all, but seriously, why does he need to go about and say something like this. Dunn was a human being and as a person it's normal to fuck up and do crazy shit every now and then. We all know this. Let's just reminiscence for now, and let Ryan rest in peace.



  88. 88

    Re: ChipperJones412 – you are basically admitting you have been a drunk driver. you disgust me. do you know what its like to ID the burnt corpse of your partner after they have been hit by a drunk driver. i dont think so. this guy deserved to die. what if he had hit a child. people drink and drive all the time yes and the reason it keeps happening is because they dont get big enough punishments. the lady who hit my partner had had 4 arrests for drink driving and she only had her license disqualified for three months. she had just got back her license when she hit my partner. if the police had done something more like given her jail time which she deserved then my partner would still be alive. drink driving kills innocent people and it is not alright. so think about that the next time you defend a drunk driver.



  89. 89

    I'm sure if we could ask Ryan Dunn and his passenger Zack, they'd agree with Roger that it was a stupid way to die. Had he lived he'd be facing manslaughter charges. He died because of beer and shots, that is beyond sad, it's stupid.



  90. 90

    Re: sarmcmahon – are you nuts?? the idiot deserved to die . he could have killed a lot more people. this just makes me so angry. the only sad part is that he had to take someone else with him. look at my previous comments and then decide wether or not you want to defend this fucker.



  91. 91

    Re: Josephine05 – The solution is simple: don't drink and drive. Have a nice evening.



  92. 92

    Re: T.E.A.M.J.O.L.I.E

    Are you human? Youve obviously felt loss, as these families are now. Compassion would suit you better.



  93. 93

    Ebert is right. Truth does hurt.



  94. 94

    We all agree that drinking & driving is wrong, but it's a little too early to be saying things like that. There are many friends that are morning right now & they don't need comments like that to upset them. You can't just be thinking about Ryan's wrongdoing while saying things. You need to think of his friends & family. Put yourself in their place! R.I.P Ryan. I'll always love you!



  95. 95

    Re: anothertruthmaker – agreed, this is not a time to pretend like the average human doesnt make mistakes, if he did infact make one. you're all speculating he was hammered over a PICTURE, 1 picture! you dont know if a animal ran in the road, someone else ran him off, he got distracted by something else, YOU DONT KNOW. have respect.



  96. 96

    also, let me go on to say THEE only reason i made an acct was to say something in response to this. I didn't know ryan. though, he frequented my work. He was more in the manner of entertaining friends then himself, I maybe served him 3 drink in the hours he'd spend watching his friends have fun. And this is when he had a hotel room to go right to, where he could have got wild. He always sipped the same warm beer. I think this bothers me so much because people can actually sit here and ridicule him over a picture, and make assumptions. Is this a time to sit on a soap box and preach what is and isnt right? Two people with family and friends and even fans are dead. Think about that. I loved when Ryan came in and he will be missed, I've never met a more polite, well mannered celebrity and this is a terrible tragedy we should respect.



  97. 97

    Re: anothertruthmaker – i have compassion for the family of the friend he murdered. and i feel sorry for the family of this guy.it wasnt there fault that he did this. i am only basing this on if he was actualy drunk. it mightve just been an accident. but if it wasnt then he deserved what he got. drunk driving kills innocent people and thats the bottom line. if he was drunk then i have absolutly no compassion for him, just for the families he ruined.

  98. Lilzy says – reply to this


    98

    Do any of you actually know he was over the limit? No. So stop being so insensitive and shut the hell up.



  99. 99

    Wow can anyone of you be more careless like seriously he hasnt even bein dead a day an your dogging on him? seriously there was no need to be an asshole have some fucking respect a mother just lost her son and friends just lost a brother and so have his fans.. Rest in paradise ryan dunn you will be missed by millions of people an you will forever be remembered.



  100. 100

    Yes people, drinking and driving is bad. Let this be a lesson. BUT, his comment's insensitive because it seems as though he's dismissing the fact that two human beings lost their lives. Serioulsy, is that all he had to say? Meanwhile, fans, friends, family and lovers are trying to process what just happened. I think a sincere apology for his lack of compassion is in order. My condolences to those who feel the loss.

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