Farewell Steve

I was going to post something exciting and enlightening tonight about my bikes but there’s something far more pressing that needs to be acknowledged.

The Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, was killed today by a stingray barb through the heart.  He was the real-life Crocodile Dundee.  He died the way he lived, playing with the most dangerous animals he could find. 


The best way to describe him would be "dangerously enthusiastic".  The man was a larger than life icon and will be greatly missed.  He is survived by his wife Terri and two children, Bindi and Bob.

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4 Responses to Farewell Steve

  1. Unknown says:

    I was shocked to hear of Steve’s death…. and sad.  Man, he had FANTASTIC energy!  Big Mike, is your space PINK?!  lol

  2. Burra King says:

    Indeed. Farewell Steve Irwin. Haven’t seen his shows or been to his zoo but i still feel his loss.

  3. BotchedExperiment says:

    To live taking all those risks, and then die in a freak accident. . .  I first saw his show in 1997 or 1998 and was abosolutely mesmerized by it. Paradoxically, thought he often came off as a relentless self-promoter, one could see that it was a means to an end: promote the crocs and reptiles of Australia (that and the guy was a incurable ham).
    Anyway, it was one of those pieces of news that made me sad.

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