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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 19:49 
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I met Owen once, he had a cool hat & beard. He was also lovely :)

:this: :luv: :'(

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Very sorry to hear this news.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Oh man, his minecraft stuff...

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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I didn't know Owen that well, other than crossing paths on here and WoS, and whilst playing Minecraft and Wii Animal Crossing online, but he always came across as a credit to our community. My thoughts are with his family.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Sorry to hear this sad news.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Very sad to hear this. Had known The Rev somewhat online for almost a decade. Always good for a laugh, and his marriage seemed to have made him blissfully happy. RIP.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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The border is a nice touch but can we pin this? Student fees debate shouldn't be above it, nor should anything really.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 19:57 
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Terrible, terrible news. My thoughts are with his family and friends.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Heh, that's my most popular & interesting picture on flickr. Everyone loves Owen :)

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:00 
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Whenever I see a pic of him I immediately think "Terry Pratchett"! They both have a penchant for epic head wear, I think.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:00 
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I can hardly believe this, it's just awful.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:00 
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Owen was saying he had a chest infection the past few days, I was joking with him yesterday that he had passed it to me & now he's gone :(
Aye, it's weird to think that less than 24 hours ago we were winding each other up :(

I met Owen once, he had a cool hat & beard. He was also lovely :)


My last tweet to him before I went to work this morning ended with get well soon
WTF !! FUCK FUCK FUCK !!

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:01 
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I didn't really get a chance to meet Owen, but he was an absolutely awesome guy, a real gent. I knew him (as much as you can through the internet) back in the old Dead Journal days and I'm sad that he's no longer around in fact I'm pretty devastated. I am glad however that I got to read about his relationship with Patience and just how happy in life he was.

Like Zio, I can't make the cottage but would very much like to be part of anything that is done to remember one of the good guys.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:03 
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I think we should hold some kind of memorial at the weekend.

He did have shockingly lax taste in movies, and was a particular fan of Star Wars, so maybe you could have a lightsabre salute to him, or do a marathon watch of all six SW movies :p

I can't believe he's gone. It's funny how real a virtual presence can take and it must be all the more shocking as it unites a close knit group of people in here. Owen was a very gentle, sweet, intelligent and kind man. He's one of the few people I've encountered regularly on the internet over the last 12 or so years that I never disagreed with. Sure, I wound him up on time to time when he couldn't see flaws in a particular movie or he eulogised about a particular game. But that was him. Cut him in half, and like a stick of rock he would have fairness and forgiveness running through him. He was a fucking sweetheart and maintained a child like devotion to simple pleasures. There was no artifice or sophistry and in the virtual sense he epitomised a gold standard in the virtual world. WYSIWYG. People like him are rare and they deserve to be remembered well. RIP Owen, truly man, rest. in. peace.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Whenever I see a pic of him I immediately think "Terry Pratchett"! They both have a penchant for epic head wear, I think.

I've always thought that, too. I thought I was alone.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:13 
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myoptikakaka wrote:
I think we should hold some kind of memorial at the weekend.

He did have shockingly lax taste in movies, and was a particular fan of Star Wars, so maybe you could have a lightsabre salute to him, or do a marathon watch of all six SW movies :p

I can't believe he's gone. It's funny how real a virtual presence can take and it must be all the more shocking as it unites a close knit group of people in here. Owen was a very gentle, sweet, intelligent and kind man. He's one of the few people I've encountered regularly on the internet over the last 12 or so years that I never disagreed with. Sure, I wound him up on time to time when he couldn't see flaws in a particular movie or he eulogised about a particular game. But that was him. Cut him in half, and like a stick of rock he would have fairness and forgiveness running through him. He was a fucking sweetheart and maintained a child like devotion to simple pleasures. There was no artifice or sophistry and in the virtual sense he epitomised a gold standard in the virtual world. WYSIWYG. People like him are rare and they deserve to be remembered well. RIP Owen, truly man, rest. in. peace.


Very well said, that man. It sounds silly but just by knowing him on here, WoS and Twitter he came across as a genuinely bloody lovely bloke.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:16 
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Really sad to hear this awful news. His family are in my thoughts.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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He helped me out loads when I went to see Harry Hill in February. He'd been a few weeks before so he gave me advice on what time to get there and such like.. He seemed like a damn nice guy and even alerted me to the Tardis inside BBC studios.... and all this through Twitter.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:17 
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Horrible news. He was an excellent poster and always seemed like a top chap. Thoughts are with Patience! :(

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:18 
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DBSnappa wrote:
myoptikakaka wrote:
I think we should hold some kind of memorial at the weekend.

He did have shockingly lax taste in movies, and was a particular fan of Star Wars, so maybe you could have a lightsabre salute to him, or do a marathon watch of all six SW movies :p

I can't believe he's gone. It's funny how real a virtual presence can take and it must be all the more shocking as it unites a close knit group of people in here. Owen was a very gentle, sweet, intelligent and kind man. He's one of the few people I've encountered regularly on the internet over the last 12 or so years that I never disagreed with. Sure, I wound him up on time to time when he couldn't see flaws in a particular movie or he eulogised about a particular game. But that was him. Cut him in half, and like a stick of rock he would have fairness and forgiveness running through him. He was a fucking sweetheart and maintained a child like devotion to simple pleasures. There was no artifice or sophistry and in the virtual sense he epitomised a gold standard in the virtual world. WYSIWYG. People like him are rare and they deserve to be remembered well. RIP Owen, truly man, rest. in. peace.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:36 
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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:39 
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We shared a few sneaky lunchtime minecraft sessions with a non boss-telling pact. Castle Rev is a fantastic place and will be a lasting memory of a great man.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:42 
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Just heard via the #digi grapevine and thought this would probably be best place to say anything at all.

My interactions with him are all sadly well in the past, from alt.digitiser, occasionally #digi and the uk games newsgroups, and via deadjournal. In a way it's bad I only ever knew him from that era when while he wasn't exactly miserable continually, he wasn't ever as happy as he appears to have been more recently, reading through this thread. I suppose the only comfort to be found from my limited knowledge of his recent life is he had found love and was happy at the end of his life, but his life ended far too soon. There are very few people I ever talk to online that I've met in person, and I'm glad Owen was one of them, he was a genuinely nice bloke. It's still a massive shock to hear he's passed away. Just like to leave my condolences here, should they be of any use to anyone.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Oh man, this is so sad :( RIP dude x


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 20:52 
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RIP Rev.

I can always remember his contributions to that game Grim... made, where you started a story and you had two choices which you made up as you went along. Rev Owen's contributions stood out and were genuine laugh out loud funny [link anyone, I can't find it?].


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine et lux perpetua luceat eis. Exaudi orationem meam. Kyrie eleison. Requiem sempiternam. In paradisum deducant te angeli.

A truly, truly, sad and bitter loss for a man who, exemplified, above all others how to Be Excellent.

I'm raising a beer to you tonight, good Rev, and dearly hope you know how many people you made so, so very happy.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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The fund is now at $2500. Hopefully Patience will have her mum with her soon.

I'm tired, so I am going to sign out for the night, and raise a glass of something strong and beardy to Owen.

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i am sorry to hear about this. My thoughts go out to his family..


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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The fund is now at $2500. Hopefully Patience will have her mum with her soon.

That made me cry a wee bit again. I think both their families will feel very proud to know that Owen had so many great friends. I'm having a drink for him right now.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Feel like I've been kicked in the stomach and I've never met the fella. Known him on-line for more years than I care to remember going back to alt.digi, ugvm, wos and here.

The world is a much shitter place without him around.

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 21:25 
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Such terrible news, don't really know what to say, feeling pretty gutted to be honest.

His wife has had such a tulmutuos year already, but they were just getting it together with her visa and whatnot.. ffs.

:(

only a couple of years older than me too

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The fund is now at $2500. Hopefully Patience will have her mum with her soon.

That made me cry a wee bit again. I think both their families will feel very proud to know that Owen had so many great friends. I'm having a drink for him right now.

:this:

After Joans managed to put potatos on the hob, then filled the oven with chips too I sent him to the shop for wine. I think it says a lot about Owen that his passing has affected even those that never met him IRL.

I think a toast to him at the weekend is definitly in order.

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Samuel L Jackson found weeping outside The Rev's house.

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Fuck.

The Excellence Per Head of Europe just plummeted. :(

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Just seen this on the Rav fourms so thought I would keep you updated and give Mimi a wee break;
Tivity wrote:
Just a quick donation update. We’re nearly at $3,000 folks! And thanks to hitherestephie we might be able to donate the WHOLE PILE to Patience without having to worry about airfare. Just amazing.

Have no worries though, this will stay up at least through the end of the month. There is no limit to how much we can send to her. Since she is no longer with income and doesn’t even drive, every little penny will help.

It looks like her Mom, Dad and brother are coming over if they can get emergency passports/visas/time off work.

*crosses everything for them*

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I hardly knew him but he clearly was a lovely bloke, this is very very sad. Reading all this makes you realise how many peoples' lives he enriched.


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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 21:53 
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Fuck.

This is awful news :(

Condolences to all his friends and family, poor, poor Patience, I cannot think what she's going through but it makes my heart ache so much trying to imagine. She really should have her mum with her as soon as possible.

I will be adding a donation from both Ramsea and I, he's in Zurich with only mobile internet atm but I've text him the news, he's gutted too.

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Really sorry to hear this awful news. He seemed like a genuinely nice guy and 37 is no kind of age to go. :'(


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RIP Owen. A bloody lovely man.

I know it's going to tear me up when his resignation in Words With Friends comes through in a couple of weeks.

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I hope this isn't somehow an insensitive question, but how did this happen, do we know? He was having trouble breathing last night from his tweets :(


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Well, I donated to the fund for the folks, it seems better to keep it all at that link I guess.

Been wandered around his minecraft buildings (till the game started crashing every time)...

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Yeah, a few of us put flowers or torches in his cave. Seems weird, the amount of stuff people leave behind nowadays.

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I hope this isn't somehow an insensitive question, but how did this happen, do we know? He was having trouble breathing last night from his tweets :(


Yes he has been been having breathing difficulties for a few days, these were unfortunately signs of heart pains & something worse to come :(

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RIP Owen. A bloody lovely man.

I know it's going to tear me up when his resignation in Words With Friends comes through in a couple of weeks.


http://twitter.com/#!/gospvg/status/27269802603

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 Post subject: Re: Rev Owen
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Fuck. RIP Owen. Again, its amazing how never meeting someone you can be so thrown about their passing. I'll he raising a glass for him and his family tonight. Thoughts with his family :(


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Bloody hell. Can't say I knew him well apart from his posts here, but he always seemed so enthusiastic about his family and a really nice guy. So sad, particularly at such a young age.


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Only known him briefly from here, mainly through Mafia Scum and more recently his castle of fun in Minecraft, but he was truly a most excellent fellow, and will be sorely missed...

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Yeah, a few of us put flowers or torches in his cave. Seems weird, the amount of stuff people leave behind nowadays.


Very weird, and aye, I put one next to crasters, oustide where he had signed his name.

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