RIP Evel Kinevel

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  1. Shellshock929

    Shellshock929 <a href="

    One of the greatest daredevils in the world. Kinevel always dared to do many things over the years, and he's done it all. He was found dead today ate age 69 due to Diabetes complications and pulmonary fibrosis problems. May he Rest in Peace.
  2. empoleonperson

    empoleonperson Active Member

    poor guy rest. in. peace.
  3. Vegeta ss4

    Vegeta ss4 Iron Chef Leader

    I was just getting ready to post this. It is sad that he died but, then again, he should of died many years ago!!!!
  4. hitmonchan93

    hitmonchan93 New Member

    He cheated death, ALOT. Too bad he couldn't cheat this time. R.I.P. He's a legend and as always, a well known name to the world.

    SPARTA New Member

    May the Gates of Eternity open to this brave man and welcome his soul.
  6. Regis_Neo

    Regis_Neo Moderator

  7. Jason

    Jason New Member

    RIP... feel sorry about this greatperson death. RIP
  8. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    RIP man.
  9. homeofmew

    homeofmew Active Member

    :( sad day for all his fans
  10. Croatian_Nidoking

    Croatian_Nidoking New Member

    May a troupe of angels on motorcycles ride him to his rest! We'll miss ya, Evel.

    - Croatian (jumping over schoolbuses in Heaven now) Nidoking
  11. swampert97

    swampert97 Active Member

    Dang that guys stunts were cool. Rest In Peace.
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2007
  12. ilikegengar

    ilikegengar Member

    Wow, Evel Knievel. The name brings up many memories of my childhood . . . . .. Will he make that jump?

    I find it odd actually, that he died from something (diabetes) that could happen to the average person and not from jumping a motorcycle over a line of buses. I recently saw a documentary about him on TV. It was quite good.

    In grade school my brother had an Evel Kneivel lunch box with thermos. The box is long gone but he still has the thermos. He lost the thermos once and a year later refound it in the woods at my parent's farm. When I got my very first job out of college I commuted, riding the bus into downtown Dallas for a year. I took a cup of hot tea with me each morning in that Evel Knievel thermos (days before travel mugs). My brother and I have a little joke about that thermos. He has it sitting in his china cabinet at home.

    Thanks for some good memories Evel Knievel. Rest in peace.


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