Bam Margera Tells Roger Ebert To Shut His F***ing Mouth About The Death Of His Friend Ryan Dunn!

Tue, June 21, 2011 10:02am EST by 4 Comments

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Posted at 10:14 AM on May 15, 2012  

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Posted at 12:11 AM on June 29, 2011  

Losing a friend is a very sad thing. I have been through it. Really, though, I am surprised any of this bunch is still around. Thank goodness an innocent family wasnt taken out with the drunkx2 jackass. Ebert was right, if not sensitive.

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Posted at 1:09 PM on June 21, 2011  

The real question to be asked is why a car that can go over 200 miles/hour is allowed to be sold to the general public and driven on public streets when the speed limit at best is 65 miles / hour. That my friends is equivalent to selling automatic weapons with hollow point amo to the general public and then be surprised when people are killed by its owner. All drinking questions aside, had the car he drove been restricted to say 90 to 100mph, he may still be alive today even if he was drinking and driving.

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Posted at 11:00 AM on July 28, 2011  

To you Cleo:
I would like to open my dialog with a question – are you freaking kidding me? So because it’s a fast car your contention is that’s the root of the issue? Not the fact that he was drinking and driving? The car’s speed being restricted to 90 or 100 mph means he might still be alive? Unless I’m missing something, the odds say that crashing at 90 will still kill you. So no, it wasn’t the fast car that killed him, it was the drunken idiot driving the car that did it all.

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