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I remember playing that game as a kid. It was one of the first games I've ever played here on NG and really played a big part in me loving this place and eventually joining.
At 6/3/13 10:59 AM, HighWay wrote: everyone is dying and i don't like it.
can we invent a fountain of youth already?!
That doesn't stop people from falling over and cracking their head open on the side though.
This too will pass.
At 6/3/13 10:53 AM, TomFulp wrote: We're featuring the skullkid on the front page today in honor of Chance Banning, aka korded, who passed away last month in an accident at age 27.
Oh wow, that was him? I remember that game from about 2004. I was shown it on other game sites. That's a bit of nostalgia. It really sucks that a fellow NGer passed away, & so young.
I found this link to this accident, He was struck by a GO train.
Below you can read a very close friend to the family response
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The young man killed was Chance Banning a wonderful talented, responsible young man. I have know Chance all his life. His mother is my best friend since 1969 when we attended OCAD. She is broken, she is surrounded by his things. His long time girlfriend lived with my best friend was taken back to her home in Alliston, by her mother. Chance had bought a house in Hamilton to fix up for them but as his father left the two lived with his mother - helping out with expenses.
How do you tell a mother her son is dead due to this senselessness! Today is the worst day of her life. Chance had great and amazing morals and kindness to others - if he drank it would be responsible, after all he did not drive his vehicle YET walked home. Terrible day, a day his mother and loving brothers, uncles and aunts will never ever forget!!!
RIP Chance, Skullkid kept me busy when i should have been learning in gradeschool a decade ago!
One of the very first games i played when i joined the portal so long ago, it is sad to lose such a creative mind especially with so many of them left in this generation, you will be missed.