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R.I.P. James Gebbia (staryder)

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Huh! I completely missed this thread a year ago. I had no idea! :( R.I.P., James!

 

Being on this site for a good couple of years now I also remember very well his enthusiastic posts about his "many quality quantity all silver pressed CD's"!. I am really sorry! :(

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Well today's the day.

 

Sounds and feels epically weird to recognize a death anniversary but, well I don't know.

 

Still thinking about you pal...

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Sorry to be weird and shit, but today would have been James' 52nd birthday.

 

I hope you are rockin' out with your cock out wherever you may be chillin my friend.

 

RIP pal and happy birthday.

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Sorry to be weird and shit, but today would have been James' 52nd birthday.

 

I hope you are rockin' out with your cock out wherever you may be chillin my friend.

 

RIP pal and happy birthday.

 

I had forgotten that Staryder and I shared the same birthday (May 22).

 

I hope he's still CD scroungin' wherever he is now...

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Will spin tonight Ashbury's "Mystery Man" and remember a couple of cool stories you told me, buddy.

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March 9th was 2 years ago since this tragedy and it is still a healing sore.

 

Thinking about scrounging in another thread I named dropped you pal and it reminded me of...

 

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I miss you buddy and I hope your still ryding those stars!

 

Here's a Tacoma Metal Band I gave to James on one of his trips to Auburn, I hope you can hear this pal as it is up to 11!

 

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March 9th was 2 years ago since this tragedy and it is still a healing sore.

 

Thinking about scrounging in another thread I named dropped you pal and it reminded me of...

 

0008368839-01_20150312.jpg

 

I miss you buddy and I hope your still ryding those stars!

 

Here's a Tacoma Metal Band I gave to James on one of his trips to Auburn, I hope you can hear this pal as it is up to 11!

 

 

Wow Terry, never heard this one before......killer!! Knowing James as I did, I know he definitely loved the sound of this one. Good time memories can never be taken away.......

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